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How an Edge-to-Cloud Data Platform Works - Litmus Automation Industrial IoT Case Study
How an Edge-to-Cloud Data Platform Works
At Litmus, the biggest challenge the customers face is access to the data they need to fuel machine learning and analytics models. Large scale manufacturers come to Litmus looking for the fastest way to connect to their assets and send data to the cloud. Companies not only need to send data to the cloud to create machine learning models, but they also need to deploy those models back at the edge with a unified edge-to-cloud platform. 
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AI in Flexible Processing Production Line of Automobile Powertrain - Shanghai SmartState Technology Industrial IoT Case Study
AI in Flexible Processing Production Line of Automobile Powertrain
At present, the field of automotive intelligent manufacturing is facing two major difficulties and pain points:First, the production line equipment is prone to failure and has a serious impact. Once the current production line equipment is shut down due to a fault, it will affect the production rhythm and reduce the output, or cause production stoppage in the worst case, causing huge losses to the manufacturer. Monitoring the performance status of production equipment and predicting faults is the key to ensuring the reliability of equipment to achieve normal production and operation.Second, it is difficult to realize automatic and flexible production changeover for traditional single-production lines. The traditional multi-variety manufacturing needs to build a separate line, the cost of production line construction is high, and the new product launch cycle is long, and it is increasingly difficult to adapt to the requirements of multi-variety, variable batch, equal emphasis on research and production, and mixed-line production mode.
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Manufacturing Optimization for Flexible Manufacturing Systems - AnyLogic Industrial IoT Case Study
Manufacturing Optimization for Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Flexible manufacturing system designModern machining shop floors require production systems that can be adapted to meet production problems as they occur. For technical reasons, most shop floor processes are automated, and, for economic reasons, the flow of materials and resources should also be automated to allow for long periods of unattended operation. The resulting systems are highly complex and would benefit from better forecasting and analytics.MCM has also found that when designing such complex systems for successful tender, precise dimensioning is necessary to win the bidding process. Further design challenges arise when trying to predict system behavior or plan reconfigurations. And, without knowing system behavior well, it is difficult to define machine control policies.A performance evaluation tool would help MCM address the challenges associated with FMS plant design. They wanted a tool to help support several activities:Performance evaluationInitial plant configuration supportAutomation dimensioning performance insightsInsights on component marginal utilityConfiguration comparisonsNew FMS plant management business opportunities 
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Design and Additive Manufacturing Expertise from 3D Systems to Serve Thales Alen - 3D Systems Industrial IoT Case Study
Design and Additive Manufacturing Expertise from 3D Systems to Serve Thales Alen
Optimize Critical Satellite Sub-system for Accuracy and ReliabilityThe Electrical THruster mechanism points to the satellite propulsion of the Spacebus NEO satellite to correctly position it in space. As such, the reliability of this component is mission-critical. Four ETHMs are required per satellite, forming the chassis around the engines. These parts perform as two-axis gimbals holding the electrical propulsion unit and enabling it to vector with smooth and steady movements.To meet Thales Alenia Space requirements, the ETHM needed to balance volume and mass constraints while meeting stringent performance specifications, including:High angle pointing accuracy (0.1-degrees);Part count reduction including functional integration of various thruster commodities (harness and piping);Serial production that meets quality requirements for orbital class products.
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LCFC Electronics Technology - 3DSignals Industrial IoT Case Study
LCFC Electronics Technology
To accelerate the process of developing new products for the market, LCFC needed to shorten the time to validate new designs for their performance, quality, and durability. 
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Optimize waste collection routes with connected dumpsters - Actility Industrial IoT Case Study
Optimize waste collection routes with connected dumpsters
Trash containers can often fill up too soon, and most of the time there is no real-time information on waste bin filling levels. Waste is typically collected on a fixed schedule, while the pick-up routes are not adapted to the actual level of waste in dumpsters. Same routes are always used, which is leading to inefficient waste management in a city, and also unnecessary CO2 emissions and traffic complications.
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Commsignia Works with Audi and Qualcomm for C-V2X in Virginia - Commsignia Industrial IoT Case Study
Commsignia Works with Audi and Qualcomm for C-V2X in Virginia
Work zone detection is not cleard. Vehicle safety, road hazzards and fatalities are constraints.
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Vision-guided Robots Simplify Component Production and Inspection - COGNEX Industrial IoT Case Study
Vision-guided Robots Simplify Component Production and Inspection
Executing the pick and place processes for simultaneous delivery and quality control of raw materials and finished components on the production line.
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Identify Problems in Manufacturing with AI - Intraratio Industrial IoT Case Study
Identify Problems in Manufacturing with AI
Outliers have often been seen as the low-hanging fruit for various manufacturing issues, whether it's root cause, machine issue, or raw material.
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Collaborative Data-driven Business Models - Fraunhofer IOSB Industrial IoT Case Study
Collaborative Data-driven Business Models
In the real world, installed machines come from different machine suppliers that are equipped with different products from different component suppliers. Challenge for manufacturer X (component supplier) to access the data of his delivered product X.Current barriers to implementing collaborative business models:Lack of trustLack of corporationLack of scalabilityLack of business modelLack of framework for digital intrapreneurship and entrepreneurship
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CERN LHCb Advances Particle Detection Capabilities with 3D Printed Cooling Syste - 3D Systems Industrial IoT Case Study
CERN LHCb Advances Particle Detection Capabilities with 3D Printed Cooling Syste
Develop and produce reliable, leak-tight custom cool bars to achieve -40˚C temperatures within the Large Hadron Collider detector.
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Gexa Energy Teams Up with AutoGrid to offer New Demand Response Programs in ERCO - AutoGrid Industrial IoT Case Study
Gexa Energy Teams Up with AutoGrid to offer New Demand Response Programs in ERCO
Demand response tailored to meet the needs of C&I customers.
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Scalable Automation Initiatives in the Healthcare Industry - BlueCat Networks Industrial IoT Case Study
Scalable Automation Initiatives in the Healthcare Industry
Their automation initiatives couldn’t scaleThe entire networking team at this 129,000-person organization is just a small handful of professionals. And they were relying on some Powershell scripts to interface with BlueCat’s API.While the pet project proved the value of automating DDI services, the team began to run into scale problems.
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Shifting supply chain economics with Avnet Integrated - Avnet Industrial IoT Case Study
Shifting supply chain economics with Avnet Integrated
Ribbon Communications utilizes outsourced inventory management and integration model. Its customer Service Level Agreements (SLAs) require the company (and its supply chain partners) to have enough inventory on-hand to fulfill customer orders around the globe immediately. This is complicated by the fact that Ribbon Communications offers multiple base platforms of its solution with more than 20 different configurations. Keeping all the necessary inventory to fulfill customer demand on hand would pose a financial and logistical burden for any company.Ribbon Communications has fully virtualized its product portfolio, enabling the company to benefit from the economics of a software-based business model-higher profit margins and fewer inventory risks - and lessen the impact of a capital-intensive, small margin model required in hardware. However, hardware is still an important aspect of the Ribbon Communications solution. Many customers still expect fully engineered systems with support, locked-down bill of materials (BOMs) and firmware management included.Ribbon Communications saw an opportunity to change the way it managed its supply chain operations in a way that benefited its customers and themselves. But it needed the right partner. One that could help it coordinate and integrate the hardware and related service and support requirements of its solutions and take on the economic and supply chain implications that went with them. One that could also assure its customers were getting the same, highly engineered, and high-performance solution Ribbon Communications expected.
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Rural Hospital - Kittitas Valley Healthcare - Augmedix Industrial IoT Case Study
Rural Hospital - Kittitas Valley Healthcare
As a small regional rural health system, KVH understands the importance of providing its clinicians with the support they need to maintain quality outcomes, reduce costs, and improve the patient experience—the Triple Aim of health care. KVH also understands the importance of providing a healthy work-life balance for its clinicians by reducing administrative burdens. As part of that effort, KVH uses scribes to assist providers with documentation and entering data into the EMR.Because of its rural location, KVH found itself struggling to recruit and retain high-performing scribes. While some were medical students from a local college, others had little to no experience in a clinical environment, which made training essential. That training, however, could take six to eight months and, in the end, wasn’t very effective in reducing high scribe turnover rates. Carrie Barr, Chief of Clinic Operations for KVH, wanted to continue offering scribes to KVH clinicians but knew she needed a different approach.
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A Force Multiplier for Third-Party Cyber Risk Management - CyberGRX Industrial IoT Case Study
A Force Multiplier for Third-Party Cyber Risk Management
In 2012 Blackstone initiated a third-party risk management program that consisted of spreadsheets and phone calls. As their business grew rapidly, with 4 to 6 vendors coming on every month, they realized that a program based on spreadsheets and phone calls couldn’t keep up. This challenge wasn’t unique to Blackstone. Their entire portfolio, over 100 companies, shared the challenge of third-party risk management programs that weren’t scaling as quickly as the risks were growing.As Blackstone engaged with its portfolio to solve this common problem, it became apparent that most of the companies were using different methodologies to support their third-party risk programs, there was a lot of overlap among common vendors that were being assessed by multiple companies, and findings from assessments were rarely shared.
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Threats Managed: How This Global Intelligence Agency Keeps Its Clients, People a - BlackBerry Industrial IoT Case Study
Threats Managed: How This Global Intelligence Agency Keeps Its Clients, People a
Whether protecting a VIP, evacuating a hot zone, or dealing with highly sensitive data or physical assets, a global intelligence and threat management firm TAM-C Solutions applies a strategic, data-driven approach that produces results, no matter how difficult the circumstances, identifying threats to client personnel, operations, assets, and the client’s brand.  For instance, at the height of the COVID-19 breakout, TAM-C was responsible for managing the logistics for the high-profile evacuation of a group of students stranded in Lima, Peru. The private agency simultaneously coordinated flights out of the country and travel from remote regions to the U.S. Embassy without incident.  Battle-Tested, Client-Focused“TAM-C’s analysts work in extremely close proximity to our clients, which include Fortune 100 companies, academic institutions, non-governmental organizations, and humanitarian agencies all over the world,” says Richman. “It’s not uncommon to have 50 or more staff working at a client’s facility off-site, supporting them on a 24x7 basis. It’s part of our relationship with them, a partnership we forge with each client.” TAM-C’s specialized services rely on its proprietary Fusion system, a patented artificial intelligence platform that perpetually collects and collates data from a wide range of sources. These include publicly available information via social media and the dark web, data on groups and persons of interest, and threats from extremist factions. Fusion automatically analyzes and ranks all collected data by relevance. The findings are assessed by highly skilled security analysts, who then coordinate with teams assigned to client organizations.  
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