- Application Infrastructure & Middleware - Middleware, SDKs & Libraries
- Networks & Connectivity - Cellular
- Inventory Management
- Retail Store Automation
One of the challenges that Digitalli has is monitoring its installed equipment to make sure that it is functioning correctly. Having screens that suddenly stop working can damage the consumer experience and impact the visual aesthetic of a store. This translates into lower sales and a poorer brand image. However, sending in maintenance crews to regularly check on the equipment, or fix screens when there are unexpected outages, is expensive. As a result, Digitalli was looking to implement an IoT solution with an advanced management platform that would enable it to remotely monitor all of the assets in its network and keep track of how they are functioning.
About The Customer
Digitalli is an audiovisual communication company based in Paris that creates, produces, and installs video experiences for luxury retailers. They specialize in end-to-end solutions, from scripting films to managing audiovisual and technology systems. Their clients include leading brands in the luxury sector.
Digitalli opted for Sierra Wireless’ AirLink LX40, a compact, robust, and secure router that connects to cellular networks. The LX40 supports IoT applications and low-power wide-area technologies, ensuring reliable coverage in indoor spaces. Digitalli also used Sierra’s Smart Connectivity for AirLink, which utilizes embedded eSIMs for easy management and instant global connectivity. With this solution, Digitalli can remotely monitor and troubleshoot its equipment on a global scale, simplifying the IoT journey and providing a single management platform.
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