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MAPTRACK - CORPORATE VEHICLE AND ASSET MANAGEMENT SOLUTION
MAPTRACK - CORPORATE VEHICLE AND ASSET MANAGEMENT SOLUTION
The client needed a new solution based on a fleet management system to track its vehicles’ locations around Europe and provide real-time analytics that allowed a more efficient exploitation of its valuable fleet and personnel resources and calculation of the amount of fees to be paid by different types of vehicles based on route distances. The main challenge was to boost the system’s performance,enable multi-tenant architecture, support theprogram in hosted/on-premise mode and provideavailability in multiple languages.
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5 Myths About IoT Analytics
5 Myths About IoT Analytics
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Automating Operations for Fleet Management
Automating Operations for Fleet Management
Certified Tracking Solutions (CTS) is using on the Internet of Things (IoT) to deliver industry-leading fleet management solutions to both commercial fleet operators and individual consumers. With tens of thousands of connected devices in the field, CTS relies on the Cisco Jasper platform to automate device management and provide customers with real-time intelligence on their devices’ performance and connectivity status.
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Cultivating an Agribusiness with Automated Efficiency
Cultivating an Agribusiness with Automated Efficiency
Agriculture is a difficult business and connected devices are becoming increasingly important on the farm, especially during peak times when equipment must work around the clock and achieving maximum productivity is crucial.
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Drill ship power challenge: hybrid solution solves distribution issues
Drill ship power challenge: hybrid solution solves distribution issues
Aspin Kemp & Associates (AKA), a manufacturer of electrical power and control systems headquartered in Montague, PEI, encountered one with its hybrid power initiative, the first hybrid drill floor destined for installation on ultra-deepwater drill ships operated by Transocean, Swiss offshore drilling contractors.Since on-site modification was impossible and scrap recycling of any modifications was unacceptable, the enclosures had to arrive ready-to-install.
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Healthcare - Always Connected
Healthcare - Always Connected
Philips Motiva is an interactive TeleHealth platform, expertly designed to allow people with chronic conditions such as: Chronic Heart Failure, Diabetes Mellitus, and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) to be monitored from the comfort of their own home. With data sent direct to their healthcare provider, both patients and care staff are empowered to manage the condition with greater flexibility. Able to monitor weight, blood pressure, oxygen saturation in the blood and can also be used to answer a questionnaire, the system is intuitive and can be tailored to suit the individual requirements of each patient.Philips Healthcare needed a totally managed solution, giving reliable, in home connectivity to the Philips Motiva, allowing connectivity to multiple networks across Europe. Poor connectivity could result in multiple engineering visits and delays in the installation process costing Philips both time and money.
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Launching a Life Changing Product
Launching a Life Changing Product
M-KOPA is a mobile technology company based in Nairobi, Kenya. The M-KOPA team includes founders and senior management from the Vodafone and Safaricom award-winning M-PESA service. It was formed to make accessible a range of life changing products.Even before forming the company the M-KOPA team realised that there were going to be considerable challenges in designing and managing such a product, so they sought out M2M experts with a reputation for delivering complex solutions.
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Sharing the Positive Energy-Connecting Pan-European EV Charge Stations
Sharing the Positive Energy-Connecting Pan-European EV Charge Stations
The New Motion were looking for a second supplier for cellular network connectivity with proven reliability, good debugging capabilities as well as competitive prices. “With each EV charge station expected to have a lifespan of 5-10 years, it is imperative that our suppliers understand our need to have reliable and future proof solutions.”- Remi Caron, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer , The New Motion.
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A Hybrid Switchgear-Communication Solution Satisfies Shopping Center’s No-Antenn
A Hybrid Switchgear-Communication Solution Satisfies Shopping Center’s No-Antenn
Based in Bolton, England, Ascribe is a leading provider of business intelligence (BI) and clinically focused IT solutions and services for the healthcare industry. Ascribe estimates that 82 percent of National Health Service (NHS) trusts in the United Kingdom use its products. With access to large volumes of data maintained by the trusts, the company wanted a BI solution that would help healthcare providers detect, predict, and respond more quickly to outbreaks of infectious disease and other health threats. Healthcare analysts typically work from data collected and coded when patients receive treatment in clinics and hospitals. “By the time they get that information it’s usually out-of-date,” says Paul Henderson, Business Intelligence Division Head at Ascribe. “The data has already been coded and stored in a record-keeping system, or it’s been collected from a hospital workflow, and that doesn’t always happen in real time.” In addition, huge volumes of potentially useful data existed in text files from sources such as unscheduled visits to emergency rooms, school attendance logs, and retail drug sales. The Internet offered another trove of untapped information including clickstream analysis and social media such as Twitter. “If you think about each clinician who struggles with getting timely, accurate data, and you compound it on a national scale, then it becomes an immense challenge,” says Henderson. “You have lots of small pieces of data coming in from multiple places, and it can be very difficult to aggregate and interpret.”Ascribe had previously worked on a solution to support the analysis of national emergency care attendance. The system was designed to monitor the daily number of people who visited emergency departments in the UK and raise an alarm when it identified unusual levels of activity such as a potential outbreak of an infectious disease. However, it was difficult to collect data from a rapidly growing number of healthcare providers, including mobile clinicians. In addition, clinicians were unable to use the exploding volume of unstructured data from patient case notes and social media feeds. “The processing power you would need to handle all of that information is beyond the capability of most organizations,” says Henderson. “A hospital can’t just stand up a server farm to process millions of case notes from an emergency care system in addition to other data.” To solve these problems, Ascribe decided to design a proof of concept that would create a standardized approach to working with healthcare data. The company asked Leeds Teaching Hospitals, one of the biggest NHS trusts in the UK, to participate in the project. Leeds can generate up to half a million structured records each year in its Emergency Department system. The hospital also generates approximately 1 million unstructured case files each month.Ascribe wanted to create not just a proof-of-concept BI solution for monitoring infectious disease on the national level, but also a tool that could be used to improve operations for local care providers. “Our goal was to find a way to make data flow more quickly in near-real time,” says Henderson. “We also wanted to augment clinically coded data with data harvested from case notes.” The company wanted to create a national knowledge base that both analysts following disease outbreaks and local clinicians could use to improve healthcare. Ascribe needed a highly scalable, end-to-end solution that could work with multiple data types and sources, as well as provide self-service BI tools for users.
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Ground-breaking Service for Millions Uses Cloud for Online Psychotherapy
Ground-breaking Service for Millions Uses Cloud for Online Psychotherapy
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are approximately 1.7 billion people in the world suffering from a range of mental health conditions. This might be anything from acute anxiety and clinical depression to obsessive-compulsive disorders. The WHO believes there are 23 million people suffering from these and similar conditions in Egypt alone. However, one of the factors preventing people from receiving treatments are cultural values and social stigma: they say that either these conditions do not exist, or that if people are indeed suffering, they just need the willpower to overcome their afflictions rather than seeking specialized treatment.With an estimated 10,000 website hits per month, Shezlong needed a hosting platform that could not only provide a foundation for the service but also accommodate its open source architecture.
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Installation of a Com.X2 SIP Gateway Solution for a Dynamic Call Routing at ER24
Installation of a Com.X2 SIP Gateway Solution for a Dynamic Call Routing at ER24
ER24 wanted transparent voice connectivity independent of whether there was a network failure from their Telco providers. ER24 required SIP based connectivity across fibre as a primary out and inbound solution while maintaining Telkom PRI’s as redundancy should Activate Telecoms’ SIP network be unavailable.
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TSS4U collected machine data and created alarms of important events
TSS4U collected machine data and created alarms of important events
TSS initially started looking for a remote access solution. TSS wanted to gain more insight into their systems, which are often situated at remote and hard to reach locations. “We want to learn how exactly our systems behave, to find out if and how we can improve them in the future,” Sébastien explains. The gathering of machine data plays an enormous role in TSS’s drive to continuously improve and optimise their products.TSS came across IXON during the Industrial Ethernet Event. The focus quickly shifted from remote access to data logging. Sébastien explains: “With Cloud Logging we can gather data. We don’t share all data with the customer as some information is only important for us.” TSS gathers machine data which allows them to monitor and analyse their systems. However, it did not help TSS quickly respond to failures and ad-hoc problems.
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Field Devices Asset Management for Chemical Company in China
Field Devices Asset Management for Chemical Company in China
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Connected Sheep in Norway
Connected Sheep in Norway
On a typical sheep gathering session, 10-12 farmers face difficulties finding all their animals. The implication is that both animal and farmer may have to stay out for longer than necessary. When there is heavy snow, this compounds the problems and the cold induces distress upon both farmer and animal.
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Marathon Petroleum Develops Collaborative Strategy for Optimizing APM
Marathon Petroleum Develops Collaborative Strategy for Optimizing APM
Since 1999, Marathon has been utilizing Asset Performance Management (APM) from Meridium (now acquired by GE Digital) for its day-to-day reliability needs across a number of its business units, and currently has over 1,300 APM users. After implementing SAP, Marathon found that the modules were deeply customized and difficult to adapt to the existing reliability program. As a result, Marathon began looking into how to improve its overall operational support
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Seawage Overflow Reduction
Seawage Overflow Reduction
DOEE identified intelligent retention as an important option for limiting wet-weather discharge, storing water on-site for use, and informing future improvements to District infrastructure.
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Shell uses the IoT for pipeline monitoring
Shell uses the IoT for pipeline monitoring
Oil company Shell wants to take advantage of an internet of things (IoT) connectivity solution to improve the company’s monitoring capabilities for its operations in Nigeria. 
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Ursalink Improves Data Control and Energy-Saving for Smart Gas Metering
Detect issues with consumption, pressure, etc.Monitorand control gas delivery devices to manage billing history and dataReceive real-time alerts
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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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Ursalink Secures Internet Connection on Remote Monitoring for PLCs
Staff working in the office needs access to industrial production management in remote fieldsNeed a fast and secure network that would provide the speed and reliability to underpin their time-critical operations
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Fully Automated Identification for Alping Italia
Fully Automated Identification for Alping Italia
Full material traceability ensures process reliability in production and it is a major building block for the economic success of manufacturing companies. To optimise production management, automated identification systems with tags which have barcodes printed on them are now increasingly used in production facilities and warehouses. This ensures full control from the receipt of raw materials to the finishing of the products and shipping.The steel industry in particular, is a difficult environment and the labels and tags that ensure full material traceability have to withstand extreme conditions. Raw materials and products have rough surfaces. In addition, the data carriers are exposed to enormous heat and heavy soiling. And last but not least, the whole identification process always has to be carried out under time pressure.
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Fully Automated Identification in the Steel Industry
Fully Automated Identification in the Steel Industry
Different industries also have different requirements with regard to identification systems and materials. Let us take a look at the steel industry. As this is a difficult environment, requirements are very different. This applies, in particular, to the labels and tags that are used to ensure full material traceability. Raw materials and products have rough surfaces. In addition, the data carriers are exposed to enormous heat and heavy soiling. And last but not least, the whole identification process always has to be carried out under time pressure. Usually, there is a maximum of 10 seconds for the application of each tag.
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IoT Provides Insights into Real Vehicle Mileage
IoT Provides Insights into Real Vehicle Mileage
Nowadays, drivers of company cars pay a given taxation in Germany for the use of the company vehicle, no matter if the vehicle is used for personal or professional purposes. Unless they are able to do a manual paperwork along the year, collecting all trips and making the differentiation between personal and professional they can not achieve any tax saving.
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Multifunctional labels in Steel Service Centers
Multifunctional labels in Steel Service Centers
Until 2007, the Kerschgens Group handled the processes that involve moving goods into and out of stock like many companies in the industry. The daily work of the logistics personnel was characterised by delivery lists and slips of paper. However, the market is changing, and so are the requirements. Whereas the company used to sell mainly standard products, the need arose to put together orders made up from many different individual parts. And working with lots of bits of paper frequently led to time being spent on searching and errors with goods movements. A new concept had to be developed to optimise the process
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Reliable Identification Solutions for the Automotive Industry
Reliable Identification Solutions for the Automotive Industry
High quality standards and full material traceability are essentialrequirements for identification solutions in the automotiveindustry. Parts identification and container management areconsidered to be important factors for a problem-free productionprocess. The labels must also retain their adhesive properties on many different types of surfaces - from porous structures to oilymaterials. The labels should also be able to withstand rugged, high-temperature environments without tearing or peeling off.
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Smart Technology Brings the Heat to Optimize Steam Heating Systems
Smart Technology Brings the Heat to Optimize Steam Heating Systems
Industrial facilities, municipalities, hospitals and universities nationwide depend upon steam carried through pipes to heat their buildings. Unfortunately, the reliability of steam systems also leads to them being forgotten or poorly maintained until it’s too late, resulting in uninsulated distribution components and faulty steam traps (leaks) that can lose hundreds or even thousands of dollars a day in wasted energy. That’s why Embedded Energy Technology (EET) teamed up with Thermaxx Jackets to create a next-generation solution for steam pipe insulation. They wanted to develop a product that not only insulated pipes, but also used technology monitor the system for leaks and heat loss. Ideally this solution would install in minutes, have no wires, and avoid the need for costly construction.
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Telefonica Smart Metering
Telefonica Smart Metering
The UK Government is requiring energy companies to install 53 million gas and electricity meters at 30 million domestic and smaller non-domestic properties by 2020.Under the UK Government's Smart Metering Implementation Programme (SMIP), there was a need for a Communications Service Provider (CSP) to provide connectivity services and communication hubs to energy suppliers. Telefonica was chosn to be this CSP.
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Tray Identification at the Kennametal Drill Plant
Tray Identification at the Kennametal Drill Plant
Kennametal's high quality drill bits along with their associated aluminium trays where they are arranged go through a thorough cleaning process involving ultrasound, damp and vacuum cleaning processes after machining is performed. Before entering this washing facility, the order documents and the tray are separated and then re-allocated after cleaning. A work step that involves a risk as analyses have shown that, on occasion, trays and order documents were allocated incorrectly after cleaning. Drills went through coating processes that were supposed to be used for a different order. Hence, there was a need to eliminate mix-ups altogether.
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