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NetApp Powers SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud - NetApp Industrial IoT Case Study
NetApp Powers SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud
In 2013, before the launch of its managed cloud offering, HANA Enterprise Cloud, SAP was looking for the right infrastructure partner to support the performance, flexibility, and reliability requirements of its own customersSAP knew it could rely on NetApp to deliver the significant improvements in processing speed, product time to market, and security that SAP customers were expecting.
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Custom Varistar Rack Solution For Vehicle Test & Measurement - nVent Industrial IoT Case Study
Custom Varistar Rack Solution For Vehicle Test & Measurement
This customer needed to be able to have capabilities to protect both rack-mounted and non-rack-mounted devices as well as combinations of both. They wanted the flexibility to decide on a cabinet-by-cabinet basis as to what custom options they needed for their testing equipment.
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Upgrading an Automotive Tool with Additive Manufacturing - Materialise Industrial IoT Case Study
Upgrading an Automotive Tool with Additive Manufacturing
Eliminate issues caused by using conventionally manufactured toolsExperts at the Metal Competence Center are very familiar with applying AM technology to applications in the automotive industry. They are constantly rethinking old processes with AM. This is how the team identified a point within the production process that often causes inconsistency, time delays, and excess scrap—drape forming.
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Powering the Search for Data-driven Innovation - elastic Industrial IoT Case Study
Powering the Search for Data-driven Innovation
Logging was initially managed manually using a file log tool, but this approach became too time consuming as InfoTrack grew and didn’t allow developers to trace and debug applications. So InfoTrack searched for an alternative solution and briefly considered building its own. However, this would have taken months and required a dedicated resource to manage activities like horizontal scaling and the separation of logs between applications. The search for a solution continued until early 2017 when the CEO heard about the Elastic Stack and asked the Innovation team to test it out. 
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OUA Increases CSAT with Higher Education Chatbots Powered by Conversational AI - LivePerson Industrial IoT Case Study
OUA Increases CSAT with Higher Education Chatbots Powered by Conversational AI
Provide around-the-clock chatbot coverage to target international audiences and increase revenueDesire to increase entry points and channels for prospective students to more easily engage with the education aggregatorThe long-term goal is to enhance automation to match the value of human agents
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Saving millions with a predictive asset monitoring and alert system - IBM Industrial IoT Case Study
Saving millions with a predictive asset monitoring and alert system
IBM
The challenge was to harvest and sift through this data, recognize the patterns that indicate a high likelihood of asset failure, identify the most urgent issues, and get the right information to its engineers with enough lead time for them to take effective action.“Before, we only used between 10 and 12 percent of the operational data we collected, which is the industry average,” comments Benn. “By the time we had searched for, collated and forwarded the right information to the right people, we might respond too late to avoid impact to operations, or have to make last-minute changes to our maintenance schedule, which reduces efficiency. Our challenge was to provide right-time, actionable, effective information proactively, rather than in a reactive or look-back assessment.”“What we wanted was a way to identify patterns in that sensor data that would give us an early warning of asset failure. We saw an opportunity to use analytics technology to extract greater value from the systems and data we already possessed, which would help us to, for example, avoid preventable failures and potentially save millions of dollars.
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Ursalink Provides Stable and Secure Internet Access for Video Surveillance in Se - Ursalink Technology Industrial IoT Case Study
Ursalink Provides Stable and Secure Internet Access for Video Surveillance in Se
Access to the Internet with wired connection24/7 monitoring and real-time data transmission from equipment
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Università degli Studi di Udine - Endian Industrial IoT Case Study
Università degli Studi di Udine
University of Udine is a college committed to the highest education standards, research, interaction with surrounding territories. The collaboration with Endian brought its technological vocation beyond the academic field to translate into a project aimed to protect and safely manage accesses to electrical and thermal control systems, access control and video surveillance.
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Coast Revolutionizes Credit Underwriting for the Fleet Industry - Alloy Industrial IoT Case Study
Coast Revolutionizes Credit Underwriting for the Fleet Industry
Coast needed an end-to-end solution to quickly launch their fleet cardCoast identified a gap in the operations of the fleet industry and launched with the goal of having a credit product that was intuitive and easy to use while saving the business money. Unlike traditional players, they wanted to put the power into their customers’ hands, giving them the ability to set limits, issue cards, and authorize payments in just a few clicks. They also wanted the entire process to be fast and easy for their customers whether they had 5 or 500 vehicles to operate. Coast needed an end-to-end onboarding and underwriting solution to accomplish this goal.
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IGEL is relying on “Cloud First” in the workplace—with Citrix on Azure - Citrix Industrial IoT Case Study
IGEL is relying on “Cloud First” in the workplace—with Citrix on Azure
IGEL Technology is developing smart, secure endpoint solutions to access Cloud Workspaces. The company is also adopting the “Cloud First” strategy within its own organisation: IGEL recently started providing desktops and applications to its own employees using Citrix Workspace in Microsoft Azure.An important goal of cloud migration was to make improvements to the performance and availability of digital workplaces. That goal was achieved right from the start. For one thing, employees benefit from a highly reliable Azure platform, including guaranteed uptime for the resources provided. For another, IGEL’s IT department now has new options and tools to give every user the best possible user experience.
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Ubisoft, Developers of  - Klocwork Industrial IoT Case Study
Ubisoft, Developers of
Ubisoft's aim is to share the tools and game engines so they support a range of game platforms and minimize the platform-specific changes needed in the final versions of production data. As of May 2007, these platforms included Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii, portable consoles including PSP, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, and the PC.One of the main development challenges facing Ubisoft is to improve the sharing of tools between the development teams and to improve productivity with new tools and processes.
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Tracking Material and Assets in Plating Factories - Quuppa Industrial IoT Case Study
Tracking Material and Assets in Plating Factories
Partial plating is an intermediate process for Toshin’s manufacturing customers. The process can often be difficult due to fluctuations in the processing quantity and product type. In addition, the variety and quantity of items have increased, and it has become more difficult to store them in a fixed location due to a shortage of storage space. Since multiple pieces of the same material are delivered with a first-in-first-out method, matching both the type and lot is necessary. Employees end up spending a lot of time searching for materials and stored items, which is a waste of time.
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Connecting HVAC Systems to the Cloud - Sierra Wireless Industrial IoT Case Study
Connecting HVAC Systems to the Cloud
Leveraging the IoT to Enhance HVAC OperationsThe internet of things (IoT) is having a major impact on building management. Connected sensors are allowing facilities managers to track a wide range of parameters from resource consumption, to space utilization, to temperature and light usage. By integrating this data with advanced building-management systems (BMS), it is possible to automate key functions, giving far greater control over the building. For example, lighting may be automatically turned down in areas that are unoccupied. With large-scale sites, efficiency is paramount. Commercial buildings account for 18% of US energy consumption overall,1 and there is great pressure to reduce this environmental impact. By making buildings more efficient, there is also a great opportunity to reduce costs. According to Gartner, using the IoT to create smart buildings can reduce operational expenses by up to 30%.2One area that has great scope for optimization is heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC). These systems are notoriously power-hungry as they are in almost constant use around the clock. In total, HVAC accounts for 39% of all energy used in commercial buildings in the US.3 As a result, even small efficiencies can have an outsized impact on building costs. IoT devices are capable of closely tracking the temperature in different rooms in a building and adjusting the heating or AC accordingly. Another way of generating cost savings is through predictive maintenance. Building managers typically have very little visibility into how their equipment is performing. Service visits are scheduled throughout the year, but these are costly and may be unnecessary as the equipment is working adequately. Alternatively, a component may fail unexpectedly causing an outage. In severe cases, parts of a building may become unusable for a period causing a loss in productivity. The IoT enables building managers to take a precision approach. Advanced sensors can monitor the performance of individual components and send detailed information back to a cloud-management platform. By using data analytics, it is possible to then determine when a piece of HVAC equipment is likely to fail. Service personnel can be sent for only when needed. Also, they will have foreknowledge of the fault and can arrive with the appropriate parts and equipment, increasing the first-time fix rate.However, implementing a predictive maintenance system involves building out a complex IoT architecture. A large number of sensors and devices have to be connected to a centralized management system. A manufacturer may have hundreds if not thousands of HVAC assets in the field, all of different types and models. These devices may be spread over different regions, which means managing and negotiating with multiple network operators. To enable remote monitoring, there also has to be stable and secure connectivity. The HVAC equipment will be constantly sending detailed data, so coverage gaps or network outages can be disruptive, especially for mission-critical applications. Without control over the connectivity layer, it can also be easy for costs to over-run, causing unpleasant bill shocks. 
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Cognex VIDI Kit: Deep Learning for the Automotive Industry - COGNEX Industrial IoT Case Study
Cognex VIDI Kit: Deep Learning for the Automotive Industry
The piston's compression ring serves several functions in a reciprocating engine, including sealing the combustion chamber and regulating fuel consumption. Defects on the compression ring are difficult to detect due to the reflective metal surface of the piston. The cylindrical shape of the piston is sometimes blurred and out of focus in the image. Normal variations in metal surface texture are expected as part of the manufacturing process, and some of these variations are acceptable, including rust spots, white areas, and surface cracks and fissures. But some long scratches that affect piston performance and threaten compression levels in the cylinder are the real flaws. The inspection system must be able to ignore normal variations and insignificant anomalies on the compression ring surface while identifying longer scratch defects.To program such complex inspections to rule-based algorithms would require complex defect databases. While manual detection is more flexible, it is too slow.
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Baidu Cloud Supports Gian in Quality Assurance - Baidu Industrial IoT Case Study
Baidu Cloud Supports Gian in Quality Assurance
As a leading manufacturer of precision parts in China, Gian Technology's customers include Samsung, OPPO, Vivo and other well-known enterprises. They have very high requirements for the precision and appearance of products. Every year, Gian invest a substantial amount of capital in manpower and capital in quality control and quality inspection. The "original" method of the traditional naked eye + magnifying glass is intensive and boring, making many young people reluctant to choose this job. The gap between business volume and manpower is getting bigger and bigger, and it is difficult to meet the quality inspection needs in three shifts and eight hours. Overtime is a common occurrence.
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Secure Serverless Compute Environment, Fewer Limitations - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Secure Serverless Compute Environment, Fewer Limitations
Serverless comes with its own set of challenges. Cold start times* — the several hundred milliseconds of latency required to execute an inactive serverless function — cause delays in the user experience that too often have a major impact on conversion rates. Add in limited observability and resource contention, as well as emerging security concerns about side-channel attacks, and it becomes clear why organizations hesitate to move business-critical workloads to serverless. What’s needed is a different approach to serverless that’s highly performant, developer friendly, and secure.
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10 seconds to understand. 10 months to become the leader. - G7 Industrial IoT Case Study
10 seconds to understand. 10 months to become the leader.
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Beko wanted to raise awareness of the new refrigerator and fridge freezer range Beko EverFresh+ and increase its sales with least 15%. But wait!What’s EverFresh+?A humidity-controlled compartment that can keep fruit andvegetables fresh for up to 30 days.What for Beko was a core name for years of research, tests, and inspiration, for the consumers was only another engineering gimmick they didn’t understand.How to communicate this impressive innovation to the shopper in a compelling way, in a few seconds? In a market oversaturated by expressions such as “true digital inverter”?
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MultiFiber Pro Shows One Installation Contractor - Fluke Networks Industrial IoT Case Study
MultiFiber Pro Shows One Installation Contractor
Yet one such installation contractor found its progress grinding to a halt around a particularly thorny problem with an MPOdeployment. The company was in the midst of an installation comprised of two MPO fiber cassettes and a pre-tested and certified MPO trunk cable. And it wasn't going well.The manufacturer of the equipment they were using required that pass-fail limits be derived from the company's link loss calculator and then input into test tools such as a Fluke Networks DTX CableAnalyzer as a custom limit. And these custom limits are tight; stricter even than the traditional TIA-568-C industry standard. Total budgets of only 1.40 dB are common for two cassette links. And unfortunately, the installation contractor was struggling to get under this budget for one portion of a particular job.The installers repeatedly examined, cleaned, and retested the fibers without being able to solve the issue. As a result, the profitability for that particular job was vanishing with each additional hour of testing, driving the company to reach out to its distributor, which in turn put in a call to Fluke Networks.
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How the Wallace Group Save time and Money - Deltek Industrial IoT Case Study
How the Wallace Group Save time and Money
When The Wallace Group’s servers crashed in fall 2020, they knew it was time to move their business to the cloud.  They worked with Deltek to quickly move their Deltek Ajera Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution to the Deltek Cloud. In just a few days, their systems were back up running, and they could get back to managing projects, creating invoices, and processing payroll.With overall responsibility for Human Resources, Accounting and Information Technology (IT) in her role, Bordieri has seen significant cost, security and time saving benefits by moving to the cloud.
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HID Global’s Passive RFID Sensor TAGs Help GE Hydro Optimize Operations - HID Global Industrial IoT Case Study
HID Global’s Passive RFID Sensor TAGs Help GE Hydro Optimize Operations
In these hydropower applications, it is very important to track generator temperatures and shaft line strain and this is done in harsh conditions where traditional solutions are ineffective. GE Hydro uses wired sensors in static parts of turbine generators to check their conditions, but high-moving parts like the generator poles are less instrumented today, even though they are critical parts of the equipment.Monitoring, collecting, and managing reliable data with a small RFID TAG is a major technical challenge because of the brute force of the operating equipment. One of them comes specifically from the high currents and related electromagnetic fields inside the enclosure where is the RFID chip in the generator: any loop in such fields can turn into unwanted currents with potential short circuits in either the chip or the printed circuit board.
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Catalina Labs Identifies Customer Location and Improves User Experience - Neustar Industrial IoT Case Study
Catalina Labs Identifies Customer Location and Improves User Experience
Catalina Labs’ mission is both ambitious and necessary: “humanizing the way people communicate with technology.” As the first step in delivering on that promise, Catalina Labs developed Wixi, a solution designed to improve upon the in-home WiFi experience.Wixi empowers users to take control of their home network by allowing them to scan their WiFi network and connected devices to identify and resolve WiFi connectivity problems. By removing the need to call the Internet Service Provider’s (ISP) support team, Wixi provides immediate assistance to users who are looking to troubleshoot typical broadband problems while also alerting the ISP to connectivity issues in certain areas.
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Transforms & Accelerates Customer Engagement - Neo4j Industrial IoT Case Study
Transforms & Accelerates Customer Engagement
They had limited visibility of what they had delivered before, they needed to do more than simply list everything in a database. Wanted to be able to map and match capabilities onto what they were hearing from the client, and what they were saying in their strategy papers and company reports, to present the ideal recommendation and create the most effective transformation roadmap – and do this in real-time, in client meetings.
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Embracing Network Functions Virtualisation - Juniper Networks Industrial IoT Case Study
Embracing Network Functions Virtualisation
Three compounding factors drove Datanet to change its data center network, eventually resulting in a move away from its incumbent network equipment supplier:Datanet’s network equipment was approaching end-of-life, causing concern about its long-term viability. As Datanet’s customers require extremely reliable services with minimal downtime, a future-proofed and high-availability network was needed.As Datanet’s services became more successful and the volume of backup and recovery services increased, it also needed to upgrade the capacity of its network from 1 Gbps to 10 Gbps to keep pace with traffic volumes. Upgrading its existing equipment would have required a substantial investment, almost the same as replacing it completely, prompting Datanet to look for alternative solutions.Datanet had also experienced a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack that its previous vendor had struggled to deal with satisfactorily. It was keen to deploy comprehensive security throughout its new infrastructure as a fundamental design feature, rather than an add-onDatanet decided that it was time to upgrade its network.
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The Rise of SMART Building - Milestone Systems Industrial IoT Case Study
The Rise of SMART Building
A smart facility management system to manage 5 new towersElectra group of companies has been developing new high-rise commercial towers intended for high-end customers. Recently the company has finished building 5 new towers.All towers are installed with IoT devices, smart power and water management, smart lighting, smart cleaning systems, controllable machines and sensors, security and safety systems, and parking and gate systems, all of which need to be both smart and green, but also offer advanced high-level services for the tower’s residents and offices.Electra needed to find a cloud-based, smart facility management system, that could integrate, control, and monitor all their towers remotely from their main HQ.The system should be flexible and generic for all types of systems installed and should have customizable integration workflows and rules for automating all sub-systems’ control and operations.The solution should incorporate a mobile application for all facility management staff to receive technical alarms and faults, as well as control smart elements directly from the phone.The solution should have a visitor management system built in.The solution should assist in cutting down facility management costs, time of response to faults, and reduce utility charges.
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Sharktech Brings its Unique Service Focus to Cloud - jelastic Industrial IoT Case Study
Sharktech Brings its Unique Service Focus to Cloud
Moving to cloud… when the platform was rightWith its dedicated servers, colocation, IP transit, and DDoS services, Sharktech had established a reputation as a reliable, affordable hosting services provider with close-touch support.Sharktech customers tend to be small and medium-sized businesses, and the company has many VPN and game service provider clients across the U.S., Europe, and China. In 2019, Sharktech made the decision to expand with its own cloud services. Cloud has obviously been around for much longer, so why did the company wait so long?
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IGEL is relying on “Cloud First” in the workplace—with Citrix on Azure - Citrix Industrial IoT Case Study
IGEL is relying on “Cloud First” in the workplace—with Citrix on Azure
IGEL Technology has decided to move towards cloud-based workplaces from the early stages. The company previously had an external service provider that operated a Citrix infrastructure for the majority of its IT users.
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TAQA Boosts Efficiencies with Oracle Cloud and Reduces Downtime by 80% - Oracle Industrial IoT Case Study
TAQA Boosts Efficiencies with Oracle Cloud and Reduces Downtime by 80%
Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA) is a diversified utilities and energy group headquartered in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, and is one of the largest companies listed on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange.With multiple vertically integrated operating units and US$49 billion in assets, TAQA runs Oracle E-Business Suite for its critical business processes. For more than 10 years, the company outsourced management of the application to Oracle Managed Cloud Services.Then in 2020, the utility adopted a multi-cloud strategy to address key challenges, including the need to improve system availability and reduce outages, enhance security compliance requirements, and implement a disaster recovery site for Oracle E-Business Suite.
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Lendi Makes Data-driven Decisions with Fivetran - Fivetran Industrial IoT Case Study
Lendi Makes Data-driven Decisions with Fivetran
Building an accurate profile of each customer requires tapping into behavioral data on third-party engagement platforms such as Facebook, Google and Bing. This data is readily available to Lendi, but the insights from each platform are siloed and don’t integrate very easily. Even when the data can be brought into the same repository, the data structure is often inconsistent, creating the need to clean the data before it can be put to use. Making sure stakeholders from across the company — marketers, accountants, brokers and customer service reps, for example — are able to analyze and create actionable insights from third-party data is the responsibility of Daniel Deng, Lendi’s Data Architect.
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How CloudHealth Enables Thales DIS’ FinOps Strategy - VMware (DELL) Industrial IoT Case Study
How CloudHealth Enables Thales DIS’ FinOps Strategy
Thales DIS began its journey to the cloud after recognizing the benefits of Amazon Web Services (AWS), which allows flexibility of the public cloud in terms of costs and diversity of services. The team quickly moved a dozen legacy solutions to AWS by lifting and shifting, the main objective is to keep customers happy while respecting the service-level agreement.After implementing AWS, Thales DIS found it was difficult to control cloud costs. Within its Cloud Center of Excellence (CCoE) team, the FinOps team was created and tasked with controlling and monitoring the costs of the public cloud, but the cloud providers’ native tools they were using were not able to answer all of their needs.The team soon recognized the need for a comprehensive cloud management platform to attain visibility into the growing cloud environment and to implement cost optimization practices.
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Global Semiconductor Company Rapidly Deploys Hybrid Services - Infoblox Industrial IoT Case Study
Global Semiconductor Company Rapidly Deploys Hybrid Services
Through M&A activity, the company absorbed another firm and had to quickly and affordably onboard geo-diverse locations while saving a full network migration for a future date.The company needed to integrate the network infrastructure of two companies to obtain full network visibility and control but did not have the time to seek budget approval for a more extensive integration.
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