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Maverik Motion Picture Productions - Digi Industrial IoT Case Study
Maverik Motion Picture Productions
When we first met the team at Maverik Motion Picture Productions, it consisted of 5 full time members of staf. As with many businesses, they were working from a central ofce and sharing one handset between them. As the company grew, this started to become problematic and due to the nature of the business, each member of the team was spending a lot of time on site with clients. This created a real need for each team member to be able to work remotely, using their mobile phones. The businesses central ofce was being rented, which meant the idea of a permanent solution would not be suitable, as they may need to expand or move in the near future.
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Integrated Home Automation Solutions - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Integrated Home Automation Solutions
Faststream Technologies has developed a comprehensive Smart Home & Build Automation solution that helps consumers automate their home application devices and appliances, each of the devices being connected to the network, consumers can have total controls over their devices anytime anywhere with internet connectivity.Our catalog of services includes a variety of smart home options which fully automates and integrates home entertainment systems, heating, ventilation & air conditioning, home and building lighting control system, presence and intrusion detection, automation of home appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines, kettles. Our suite of products integrates with voice assistants Amazon Echo and Google Home for voice control of the entire home.
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USB Audio Development - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
USB Audio Development
A Linux driver was build to catch information from the camera chip and show it on i.MX board with LCD screen. The system included me.MX board with camera chip. This framework could be utilized as a part of a vehicle infotainment system that is coordinated with GPS. Our solution gives connectivity to smartphones by means of Bluetooth and furthermore underpins a rear camera and a display system for parking assistance.
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Smart Water Flow Measurement System - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Smart Water Flow Measurement System
Human Body Comprises 70% of Water and hence it is important that the water we consume is not only fresh and clean but also free from invisible harmful bacteria and excessive dissolved solutes. This is perhaps one of the reasons, why fresh and clean water ranked as one of the highest rank quality of life factor.With ever-increasing demand, the supply of clean and safe water has become a major challenge globally, more so because of the rapid urbanization, growth of world population, and rapid climatic change. Given these modern-day challenges, it is only imperative and natural that we optimized the utilization of nature’s most precious gift. With the above consideration in mind, our client, one of the global major in Water treatment and management has entrusted us with the design and development of an IoT based water flow monitoring and control system, that utilizes state of the art sensor technology and wireless connectivity for real-time monitoring & control of water treatment and filtration process with minimal wastage. The system addresses the various challenges in the water sector, like real-time flow rate measuring, monitoring of filter elements, optimize the filtration process while reducing wastage. Faststream has successfully designed and delivered the product with the most customer satisfaction.
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Smart Home Control Solution: Smart AC - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Smart Home Control Solution: Smart AC
Our esteemed clients required new smart home automation and control solutions, which not only help consumer enhance their personal comfort but also reduce energy consumption substantially,  besides each of the devices being connected to the network, consumers can access, monitor, and control each of their devices on the go.
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Atlassian's Solution on AWS - Amazon Web Services Industrial IoT Case Study
Atlassian's Solution on AWS
At Atlassian, growth is on a fast track. The company adds more customers every day and consequently needed an easy way to scale JIRA, which is growing by 15,000 support tickets every month. The instance supporting this site was previously hosted in a data center, which created challenges for scaling. “The scale at which we were growing made it difficult to quickly add nodes to the application,” says Brad Bressler, technical account manager for Atlassian. “This is our customer-facing instance, which gathers all the support tickets for our products globally. It’s one of the largest JIRA instances in the world, and growing and maintaining it on premises was getting harder to do.” For example, the support.atlassian.com instance was hosted on a single on-premises server, which the company needed to frequently take down for maintenance.The company also needed to ensure high availability for JIRA. “This is a mission-critical application, and the number of customers potentially impacted by downtime is huge,” says Neal Riley, principal solutions engineer for Atlassian. “As we grew, we became more concerned about the resiliency and disaster-recovery capabilities of the data center.”To move into a more scalable, highly available environment, Atlassian created JIRA Data Center, a new enterprise version of the application. However, JIRA Data Center required shared storage. “We needed a shared file system so the individual application nodes could have a shared source of truth for profile information, plug-ins, and attachments,” says Riley. 
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Qualcomm Wireless Reach Helping High School Correspondence  - Qualcomm Industrial IoT Case Study
Qualcomm Wireless Reach Helping High School Correspondence
• According to Renaissance High School, many Japanese high school students are dissatisfied with the traditional curriculum and prefer to study topics that are of personal interest or related to a potential profession.• Without a high school diploma, students have greater difficulty landing steady jobs, and the full-time employment rate of high school dropouts is relatively low, putting a strain on the nation’s social welfare system.1• Many Japanese high school students are dissatisfied with the inflexible, uniform content of their education and often suffer from loss of motivation.• In Japan, the need for digitization of education has been discussed for a long time; the government has just begun to focus on introducing digital textbooks.
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Cooperation with VR FleetCare for predictive analytics - Humaware Industrial IoT Case Study
Cooperation with VR FleetCare for predictive analytics
Bogies are the most significant components of the rail fleet in terms of lifecycle costs and traffic safety. In addition to creating significant cost savings for the rail fleet owners, data-driven maintenance will enhance safety and the usability of the rolling stock. The predictive maintenance capability will improve reliability of the trains, cost-efficiency and passenger comfort. Train traffic will operate more reliably when it is possible to predict rolling stock malfunctions before they cause disruptions in traffic.
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Video surveillance and video capturing - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Video surveillance and video capturing
Video surveillance and video capturing are accessed in a limited location from a central setup for surveillance. Supphttps://www.faststreamtech.com/ose user places a camera in one particular room which is to be a monitor for security purpose if the user wants to go to the remote location and still he wants to monitor that same room for security, and then the user can make use of remote surveillance system by use of mobile through internet facility.Surveillance, depending on the situation, may also involve a serious invasion of the privacy of the persons filmed by the cameras. It is therefore important when planning, installing and operating such systems to pay special attention to the rules on the protection of privacy. So mobility application makes it easy to stay connected to your surveillance system when you can’t physically be on location.We develop the video-based mobile application, which is used to receive the live video stream from the external camera device and also internal camera device. The application developed for both Android and iOS mobile device platforms.
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Parking Optimization - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Parking Optimization
Amongst the wide range of parking solutions that can contribute to reduce parking problems or regulate parking activities, e-Parking looks at developing and applying an innovative e-business application for parking optimization services.Requirement:The two target user groups of a Parking Brokerage Service are primary drivers on the one side and parking space suppliers regardless of their type on the other side. For the primary categories, the essential aspect that needs to be taken into account when specifying a travel-related service are the information needs of the users. In general, drivers, as other types of travelers, expect services that provide accurate and real-time information, meet their preferences and particular needs, and are available whilst being on the move. Parking suppliers expect services that are adaptable or complementary to their parking management policy, can help them to improve existing services or that can bring them the possibility to offer new ones to their customers, can optimize their parking management operations, and that are related to their parking location and the purpose of use of their customers. Based upon these considerations the essential requirements that have been extracted to respond to the user needs are summarized below.Real-time information provision, which shall be precise and accessible by the users of the system, makes use of available communication infrastructure.Ease of use characterized by a destination is driven service including Geographical Information Service (GIS) modules, which is fast and easy to operate, and that is customizable permitting the introduction of user preferences and the information about services related to the parking destination.
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Thin Client - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Thin Client
Our client requirement was to solve their desktop management environment. They aimed at minimizing cyclic renewal costs while maximizing their desktop hardware lifespan. They wanted to give their employees wider access, simplifying the management of hardware and increasing renewal costs.
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Reducing Downtime with Predictive Analytics - Seebo Industrial IoT Case Study
Reducing Downtime with Predictive Analytics
To improve production capacity and avoid downtime, a global biotechnology manufacturing company implemented Seebo Predictive Analytics.The company’s quarterly operations review revealed a 3.6% increase in downtime during production. This downtime stemmed from an unexplained viscosity in one product in the production line.The resulting pipeline blockages between the reactor and the centrifuge in the production line led to more frequent equipment cleaning procedures and stoppage during the batch production, high levels of waste, a decreased capacity, and lengthened time to market.The investigative team could not identify a reason for the blockage, as all relevant production parameters were in the approved working range.
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Integrated Blockchain Offering -  Industrial IoT Case Study
Integrated Blockchain Offering
TCS has partnered with ABN AMRO bank to explore the potential of blockchain in the clearing and settlement segment. This test explores how tokenized cash balances and equities are allotted and transferred between issuers, clearing banks, and investors. We leveraged our PoC platform within a sandbox environment integrated to their back-office platform. This engagement tries to establish whether a distributed ledger integrated with legacy systems can create a‘single source’of truth to allow instant cash settlements
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The Dow Jones' Solution on AWS - Amazon Web Services Industrial IoT Case Study
The Dow Jones' Solution on AWS
Investors use Dow Jones to learn about what’s happening in financial markets throughout the world. “Our mission is to shine a light on dark corners of the world, focusing on news that impacts decision making,” says Stephen Orban, Chief Information Officer & Global Head of Technology. The company relies on cutting-edge technology to keep its customers as up to date as possible on the latest news.In Asia, about 12.8 million people use WSJ.com, which generates about 90 million page views each month. When the lease on its Asian data center ran out in early 2013, the company needed to find an alternative that would help its developers focus more on revenue-generating applications instead of on data center maintenance. Dow Jones also wanted to reduce latency for its Asia-based customers—and it wanted to avoid delays for acquiring and configuring hardware. “My preference is to have my team build products rather than running data centers, Orban says. “Now that data center is a commodity, that’s exactly what they’re able to do.”
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Show Pro - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Show Pro
ServerAfter clicking on Live Mode, It will share a server IP address to track the event in the browser of the device and pc as well.Specific RequirementsInputs•    Enter show information and click on the design show button•    Set the show Start Time and End Time•    Fill in all the details in cue sheets like user details, Action, and notes.Key Problems•    Admin cannot share private notes and shared notes when it is in live mode•    We cannot remove a particular user in live mode•    We are not able to write and share the private note in iPad 
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High Performance Computing (HPC) Solution - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
High Performance Computing (HPC) Solution
A bank needed to upgrade its custom-made software system to a High-Performance Computing (HPC) solution. The bank was looking for HPC for the purpose of complex computations to offer its clients with information to make capital markets buying/selling decisions, risk modeling, and faster analysis for future trades.The bank requirement was to replace a custom-made data processing system with a High-Performance Computing (HPC) solution to perform financial computations including risk modeling, predictive analytics, etc.
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Thing-Space Manage  - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Thing-Space Manage
ThingSpace Manage is a self-service portal to manage the IoT device's connectivity on the Verizon Wireless Network. Using ThingSpace Manage IoT device usage can be tracked, active service, set up automatic alerts, troubleshoot device connectivity, and more.
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Plug Computer  - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Plug Computer
Software tasks:Port U-Boot 2011.06 (and 3.5.9 by Marvell)Port Linux kernel 3.1.1 (and linux-feroceon_5_1_3_KW by Marvell)Create Debian6.0-based root file systemIntegrate and adapt FreeNAS-based graphic user interfaceIntegrate Asterisk
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Intercake – Deploying IoT Connected Cake Printers to Supermarkets Across the UK - Robustel Industrial IoT Case Study
Intercake – Deploying IoT Connected Cake Printers to Supermarkets Across the UK
Reliability of Cellular Connectivity - How could Robustel help Intercake ensure printers located in supermarkets across the UK with varying RF environments all worked flawlessly?Qualifying Data Usage - How could Intercake use the data counting and analytical tools available inside all Robustel devices to manage airtime costs and prevent 'bill-shock'?Capital Expenditure for Connectivity - How could Robustel work with Intercake to make sure they had a solution that was fit for purpose but not 'over-engineered' to ensure maximum return on a nationwide roll-out?
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Smart Street lighting control system - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Smart Street lighting control system
The city which used our lighting control solutions was able to improve the efficiency, costs, and operations of their streetlights. Our solutions had helped them do more with their strategic but costly lighting assets. Data from traffic and weather sensors and an internal astronomical clock are used to automatically dim some street lights, thus reducing energy use, extending lamp life, and lowering replacement costs.
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Industrial CPU Board - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Industrial CPU Board
CPU board designed for use in complex hardware systems implements functions of relay protection, control, and automation. The CPU boards for Embedded systems, Faststream Technologies offers a broad portfolio of x86 and ARM-based Embedded boards in the most common form factors and various performance classes. We design and manufacture custom CPU boards and Carrier boards for Scale and Freescale ARM-based architectures. We design and produce ad-hoc solutions that integrate your I/O needs onboard to perfectly suit your machine needs. We deliver complete systems from a mechanics and accessories point of view.
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ENTERPRISE IoT - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
ENTERPRISE IoT
This settled organization was quick to secure its market position and future development openings in an evolving world. As a provider of keen entryway related “things” – their association with clients was more value-based than shared. Its marked passage items gambled commoditization, and the absence of profound associations with clients made holes and open doors for contenders to wear down a piece of the pie. Client input circles were difficult to build up, hampering extension openings inside existing records.The absence of direct client association likewise introduced huge difficulties when items were utilized inaccurately. Sorting out what occurred afterward was tedious and disagreeable.Despite the fact that upkeep and buying rules were set to advance quality, the procedure was manual and defective. Discovery units had expected life expectancies, however without clear and current information, it was difficult to check their actual compelling execution period. Substitution calendars could be excessively proactive or lack. 
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WIRELESS SPEACKER - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
WIRELESS SPEACKER
According to the requirement of the design, the MP3 decoding module, Wi-Fi module, Power amplifier module, Audio channel selection module, Bluetooth audio receiver module, and radio module was designed. STM32 series microcontroller is the main control chip, the music in other storage media are decoded and played through the MP3 decoder chip. By selecting a sound module like Bluetooth audio module, Wi-Fi wireless connection with mobile, or receiving music by radio module, the input can be given to the amplifier. In this design, data transmission by the wireless way can reduce wiring work.
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AGM Creates Revolutionary New SCADA Communication Tool with CalAmp Solutions - CalAmp Industrial IoT Case Study
AGM Creates Revolutionary New SCADA Communication Tool with CalAmp Solutions
Today, interoperability is a challenge. Communicating between programmable logic controllers (PLCs) from different vendors and with other peripheral devices on the same system presents difficulties. Industrial IoT companies rely on remote devices to control, monitor and maintain the health of their systems. The RTU, or remote terminal unit, transmits telemetry data to the PLC via the DCS or SCADA system and uses messages from them to control connected objects. For example, oil and gas companies need to know the status of pressure and volume on their pipeline. They may need to open or close valves depending on the conditions, which operators would do by communicating with the RTUs.When updates to the hardware were required, these companies were faced with limited options. They could either buy more devices from the same vendor, which was restrictive. Or, they could purchase from another manufacturer and then invest more time and money to have their SCADA integrator reprogrammed.
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Simeco Streamlines Teka Oven Line Assembly with RFID - Litum  Industrial IoT Case Study
Simeco Streamlines Teka Oven Line Assembly with RFID
Simeco is the manufacturer of Teka premium cooking appliances.  Teka strives to combine quality, convenience and efficiency in everything they do, to achieve the best solution for its customers.  The joint effort to provide “meaningful experiences” for their customers begins at Simeco’s 24,000 square meter manufacturing facility, which has the capacity to build 500,000 units a year, on its six production lines. It is at this site where the company manages the materials used for assembly, the assembly process itself, and also constantly seeks ways to improve efficiency and eliminate errors.As part of that effort, Simeco wanted a technology-based solution that would automatically monitor the receipt and consumption of materials, as well as the work taking place on its production lines, and automatically detect and prevent any errors in the testing and control processes.The company wanted the technology not only to bring real time visibility into its product processes, it wanted a way to manage the overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) as well.Simeco needed an automated system to be able to detect and identify when an error could be made in mounting components, as well as provide support for assembly workers by displaying relevant instructions on the assembly floor. The technology also needed to be able to capture analytical data so the company could continue to improve its processes.Litum’s UHF RFID solution automatically tracks a tagged component or unit as it moves through assembly. With location and status data from the solution, the software can provide contextualized information to those on the assembly floor and to managers overseeing processes, historically as well as in real time.To ensure the technology would meet the company’s needs, Litum customized the solution, thereby reducing costs. One example was the engineering of the tags themselves: Litum worked with Simeco to develop a reusable tag, thereby increasing sustainability and reducing cost. The reusable tags, attached and detached with a specialized assisting tool, uniquely identify a component, and can be detached and reused on subsequent assembly processes.Litum also specially designed the middleware to integrate with the brand's existing manufacturing system. The result is a software platform known as the Simeco Traceability Software.
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Improved Business Agility for a Home Improvement and Construction Company - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Improved Business Agility for a Home Improvement and Construction Company
The organization used various applications over the years to accumulate and process transactions which resulted in disjointed processes and the inability to generate financial statements as frequently as it was required because of the fact that a lot of effort was taken in consolidating the data. The disparate system was creating inefficiency.So they require a solution that accommodates custom job order entry, a flexible purchasing structure, holdback processing, automated terms discounts, decentralized payment processing, commission reporting, and a platform to distribute information to the employees.
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Siemens Chooses Effective Software's Solution as their Safety Software -  Industrial IoT Case Study
Siemens Chooses Effective Software's Solution as their Safety Software
Before implementing our safety software solution, Michael Armitage, EHS Manager noted how Siemens had a lot of business units using different systems for the recording of EHS events. There was a clear need for a more efficient system for managing EHS data which would fit both client and divisional reporting requirements. The biggest issue with each business unit using a different H&S system was that a lot of them were using old databases and in some cases, Excel spreadsheets. Risk assessments, inspections and audits, method statements and training all sat separately with little or no interaction.
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Manage HVAC systems to optimize performance and save up to 40 percent - IBM Industrial IoT Case Study
Manage HVAC systems to optimize performance and save up to 40 percent
IBM
Seeking to add value beyond pump efficiency, Armstrong wanted to help customers address the issue of predictive maintenance through continuous learning to improve efficiency and by sharing best practices across industries and buildings.
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TAKEBISHI – FACTORY AUTOMATION - From Kyoto to the World - WIBU-SYSTEMS Industrial IoT Case Study
TAKEBISHI – FACTORY AUTOMATION - From Kyoto to the World
Takebishi, the Kyoto-based total solutions provider, distributor and evangelist for Mitsubishi Electric Corp. factory automation technology, is readying its flagship industrial communication middleware DeviceXPlorer® OPC Server for the smart factories and connected industry of the 2020s with a major new version upgrade. With its business growing both in its native Japan and around the world and unauthorized use an increasing concern, the invaluable intellectual assets invested in the system call for a licensing solution that is as smart and sophisticated as it is reliable and easy to use.
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SECURITY WATCH - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
SECURITY WATCH
Security Watch or Cam Pack is the surveillance App/Device that turns your iPhone into an instant spy. Use the Bluetooth Camera Device to stream live what’s happening behind you. Perfect for situations when you feel the person is suspicious or ready to rob/assault you from behind. The device is worn like a watch on your wrist. The device captures the video and transmits it to the Mobile App through Bluetooth. The App takes care of the rest. The app has a panic button that calls to 911 immediately in case of any danger.
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