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Unisys Group’s safe driving programme in Indonesia
Unisys Group’s safe driving programme in Indonesia
As the economies of Southeast Asia have grown, the number of cars has rocketed. At the same time, implementation of traffic rules and measures to ensure road safety have been slow to develop, meaning that accidents are common.“The damage incurred by companies through car accidents and property damage is growing because the number of cars has increased without any solid framework for insurance, or safety measures being put in place,” says Miyuki Nakamura, Nihon Unisys Group.In response to this situation, Nihon Unisys Group took its Mujiko-Program DR™ cameraequipped mobile communication driving management and support service, which it had released for corporate clients in Japan in 2009, and remodelled it for the Southeast Asian market. 
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Global fully-virtualized SAP
Global fully-virtualized SAP
Deliver a global, agile, high-performance application delivery platform that improves service delivery and productivity.
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HMI Total Solution Enables Bus Manufacturers to Realize a Smart Factory
HMI Total Solution Enables Bus Manufacturers to Realize a Smart Factory
Industry 4.0 is gradually becoming a reality, and manufacturers are actively transforming their production process into intelligent manufacturing systems by leveraging Information Technology (IT) and Operations Technology (OT).The main concept of Industry 4.0 is to realize transparent vertical and horizontal integration from the production line to management level so as to increase productivity and efficiency. In other words, the resources available throughout the entire production process must be digitalized and networked so that they can be visible and completely availability.
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Reducing Simulation Cost to Become More Competitive
Reducing Simulation Cost to Become More Competitive
Like many aerospace engineering firms, TLG employs STAR-CCM+, a leading industry application, to perform CFD simulations. TLG uses the application to conduct aerodynamic simulations on aircraft and predict the pressure and temperature surrounding airframes. However, the company wanted to reduce the costs associated with running simulations. “We were using a cloud provider to host our simulations, but the cost per simulation was high,” says Andrew McComas, engineering manager at TLG Aerospace. “Running a typical simulation was costing us hundreds of dollars per case, and there may be hundreds of cases per project.”TLG also wanted the ability to scale its high-performance computing (HPC) applications to take on larger simulations. “The trend in our industry is toward doing more complex simulations that require more compute resources,” McComas says. “But with the internal HPC cluster we were using, we were limited as far as the maximum size problem we could run. We were limited to a small number of nodes and couldn’t allocate enough memory to run large-scale problems.”Because it wanted to reduce costs and gain scalability, TLG decided to search for a new cloud provider.
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ViziTech’s Training Solution for the GDOT HERO Unit
ViziTech’s Training Solution for the GDOT HERO Unit
Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) needed a consistent and thorough approach for training inspectors to assess road defaults such as holes, cracks, and more. The level of wear and tear on the roadways determines the amount of money that districts in Georgia receive for repairs, so it was important that all assessments were judged by the same standards.
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Smart energy by Mobisol
Smart energy by Mobisol
Mobisol combines solar power generation with innovative technology, mobile communication and affordable microfinancing solutions for customers. The company’s solar home systems comprise elements such as solar cells, power inverters and a battery system. It also offers a range of low power consumption electrical devices adapted to the output that the solar system can produce, such as LED lights, televisions and charging stations for mobile phones.A key aspect of Mobisol’s business model is ensuring that the agreed installments are paid on time. Therefore, the solar home systems needed to be fitted with SIM cards that cannot be removed without destroying the devices. If payments are not made the system can be switched off remotely. Mobisol was looking for a mobile partner that was able to provide SIMs and mobile coverage in the across the east African countries in which it operates.
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Amazon helped an American energy company
Amazon helped an American energy company
Based on a program need to build a collaborative data repository for the Marine Hydrokinetic Program, NREL wanted to build a secure, yet collaborative, platform to collect, curate, store, and share moderately sensitive data, which focuses on water power research. As part of this effort, NREL built an environment with a Moderate Authority to Operate (ATO) accreditation from the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA). With a FISMA Moderate ATO, NREL maintains all mandated cyber security requirements, while gaining the ability to manage and share moderately sensitive data with other government agencies and research entities.As it prepared to design the new infrastructure, NREL knew it needed agility and flexibility. “Our goal was to make it easy for analysts and scientists to access and publish data, but we didn’t want to spend our time managing infrastructure to facilitate that. We want to focus on the product—the data itself,” says Webber. For example, NREL uses a dev-ops team approach focused on the needs of the client and ensures that the research metadata is optimized for accessibility. “We need to make sure the right descriptors and keywords are there so we can easily connect our users to all the other research sites,” says Jon Weers, senior web strategist at NREL. “If the data isn’t discoverable, it’s not useful to researchers.”
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Barcelona's Smart City Platform
Barcelona's Smart City Platform
Barcelona city was receiving large amounts of data vertically organized, unable to effectively manage and visualize them in real time on one screen. Barcelona sought an innovative way of managing their assets and resources, along with improving their processes.Data coming from street lighting, traffic, blue zone free parking spots, waste disposal and trucks, acoustic and atmospheric contamination, irrigation system, electric supply stations sensors and actuators.
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Kinseed enables remote patient monitoring
Kinseed enables remote patient monitoring
Kinseed’s core purpose is ‘Connecting the Disconnected’ – whether that means people, information, or processes. Working with Great Ormond Street Hospital, Kinseed identified a major gap in accessing patient data. The monitoring of patients during transit to the hospital was predominantly manual and high-effort. A solution for real-time monitoring did not exist and handover processes were manual, slow and prone to error.Using a standard bedside monitor to track patients’ vital signs, Kinseed created an application to access and analyse this data in real-time, which consultants could access from their phones and tablets at Great Ormond Street Hospital or from wherever the specialist resided when providing care. The challenge for Kinseed was connectivity. The company needed a partner that could provide reliable and robust connectivity, ensuring that consultants were able to access critical patient data without issue.
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HOW AR HELPS LINDSTRÖM TO SELL ITS DESIGN MAT RANGE
HOW AR HELPS LINDSTRÖM TO SELL ITS DESIGN MAT RANGE
The mats make a huge difference in how people view the company’s premises and the company itself. However, when the mats should be chosen, many people find it difficult to visualize how the mats would look in the premises.Lindström’s mat selection is also so large that viewing them all, let alone comparing alternatives, is challenging for many customers. In addition to the actual product selection, the sales consultants usually spend significant time in the back-office tasks like calculating pricing and data entry. 
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Panasonic Rebuilds Its Private Cloud with Tintri
Panasonic System Networks launched a new project to refresh the entire storage infrastructure for the company's cloud platform. 
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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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Ray Devices: Independence for Blind and Visually Impaired People
Ray Devices: Independence for Blind and Visually Impaired People
» 285 million people worldwide are visually impaired: 39 million are blind and 246 million have low vision. » About 90 percent of the world’s visually impaired people live in developing countries. » About 65 percent of visually impaired people are 50 and older; an estimated 19 million children worldwide are visually impaired. » Today, blind and visually impaired people use a simple mobile phone for daily telephone communications. They also use an array of specialty devices, such as audio book-readers, color readers, navigation tools, raised Braille labels, special bar-code scanners, and large-buttoned Braille-raised MP3 players. Each device has a unique UI, and the lack of integration makes them difficult to use. Collectively, these devices are prohibitively expensive.» Audio-books, magazines, and periodicals are an important form of entertainment for blind and visually impaired people. However, no timely, secure, affordable system exists today to provide these materials.
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QNAP NAS helps Artisantech deploy IoT applications for its client to optimize en
QNAP NAS helps Artisantech deploy IoT applications for its client to optimize en
Artisantech was commissioned by the New Taipei City Department of Education to upgrade the energy monitoring and management system in its education center, and to introduce a new server.The original energy monitoring and management system at the education center runs on a PC-based server. The machine has been worn out from prolonged usage, and is difficult to maintain. As such, breakdowns are common, resulting in frequent disruptions.There is also the pressing issue of insufficient storage space. As the energy monitoring and management system generates a large amount of data, the education center needs a sufficiently large space to store this data for downstream analysis. Existing storage devices are no longer serviceable and must be replaced. The education center also planned to set up an integrated management platform that facilitates real-time monitoring of various types of energy equipment (such as water meters, electricity meters, and solar panels). This allows them to quickly obtain status updates of various types of energies, allowing them to make use of data and analysis results in their educational guided tours and presentations, to educate the public on the proper usage of energies and impacts of sustainable development on the environment.Having understood the client’s needs, Artisantech began to plan and improve on the solution. Their strategy was to deploy a central server in the client’s energy monitoring and management system for centralized management of energy devices, and for proper storage of data from various energy sources.
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AWS helped Haven power increase their database ability
AWS helped Haven power increase their database ability
Haven’s focus on customer service has fuelled a rapid level of growth since its launch in 2006. For its first five years, the company ran on a hybrid infrastructure that was made up of a mixture of onsite and offsite servers. Haven’s systems were not as flexible as it would have liked, with limited support for technology testing and development. The company lacked a complete business continuity and disaster recovery (DR) plan, and needed a technology infrastructure that could both keep up with demand and help drive further growth.Haven had three options: getting a DR solution through the data center of its parent company, Drax Group; going through a third-party re-location disaster recovery service; or moving to the cloud.
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Microsoft makes urban data usable via cloud technology
Microsoft makes urban data usable via cloud technology
As one of the biggest megatrends of the 21st century, urbanization affects both recent and established industrial countries. In the European Union, already more than 70 percent of the population live in an urban area. In Germany, the uninterrupted urban growth is likely to pose huge challenges for many municipalities in the future, in areas like traffic, energy, environment and health. For this reason, innovative solutions in terms of city planning and city development are required. Additionally, increasingly demanding citizens expect a high quality of life and improved citizen services. To address those challenges, traditional routes must be tested, old infrastructures modernized and administrative processes organized more efficiently.
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Operational Excellence Increases Productivity and Avoids Capital Expense
How to boost capacity to meet growing demand. The company had plans to buy equipment and add production lines but Baird Capital believed near- and long-term growth could be met within the existing footprint.
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Beach & Water Reservoir Monitoring Platform
Beach & Water Reservoir Monitoring Platform
Catalan Water Agency is responsible for the overall management and supervision of the water reservoirs of Catalonia region. Part of its Big Data strategy was to find a monitoring system to surveil, manage and supervise in real-time the coastal areas (including swimming and non-swimming beaches), the water and its quality.
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Scalable Predictive Maintenance in Nissan
Scalable Predictive Maintenance in Nissan
With an abundance of data and insufficient skilled resources to perform analysis, Nissan were keen to expand the benefits of using data to influence maintenance. It decided to embark on a Condition Based maintenance programme to reduce production downtime by up to 50% across thousands of diverse assets. It was attracted to Senseye by its strong prognostics offering underpinned by machine learning.
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Enabling easier access to the future of mobility with CodeMeter licensing power
Enabling easier access to the future of mobility with CodeMeter licensing power
As a trailblazer for the future of mobility and a leading innovator behind ingenious technologies for electric car charging, safety and security concepts, Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles, and the AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform, Vector’s business depends on selling many thousands of licenses every year. Protecting its technology from piracy is a challenge that Vector faces head-on with their Vector Network Interfaces (VNIs) and licenses associated with a combination of Wibu-Systems hardware and software containers. Integrating this system into the production landscape and streamlining its delivery called for a leaner and standardized solution, built right into the company’s sales processes.
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ECSI installs Tellabs Optical LAN to Help Kraus-Anderson Building's Network
ECSI installs Tellabs Optical LAN to Help Kraus-Anderson Building's Network
Kraus-Anderson (K-A) invested in constructing a new 100,000 square foot corporate headquarters in downtown Minneapolis to create a state-of-the-art campus that enabled a modern collaborative work environment, and above all, helped them attract, retain, and develop the best employee talent possible in this progressive metropolitan setting. Kraus-Anderson also knew that this forward-looking 5-story building, and its elite workforce, would demand an equally high-performance and secure network, with ubiquitous accessing through either wired or wireless connectivity.The main saught after feautres were space savings and strict security.
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Enabling Business Efficiency for Medical Technology Providers
Enabling Business Efficiency for Medical Technology Providers
As the company expanded into new geographies and areas of therapy, existing patient management platform performance was unable to support future business needs. This resulted in end user satisfaction being compromised.Some of the business challenges were:Value based care delivery: Robust platform to support wide array of devices, data, and applications that manage patient data with utmost security. This facilitates the delivery of customised care to end-users, increasing the patients’ adherence to medication.Business efficiency: Integration with legacy enterprise applications to ensure seamless exchange of customer, product, and sales data between BU’s as well as enabling KPI tracking at various enterprise levelsShorten time to market: Ability to run complex analytical models and data science functionality on the data collected from multiple sources to streamline development cycles.
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Microsoft Azure Cloud Migration For Idea Management Tool
Microsoft Azure Cloud Migration For Idea Management Tool
High cost of hosting dedicated servers regardless of usage of the systems and resources Time required to have application provision for each new instance for end user clientsTime and resources required to manage servers, back up, and IT infrastructure in data center End user clients requiring storage of data in their own countries End user clients asking for on-demand scalability of resources on servers End user clients asking for secured certified data center with required compliances as per their IT security policy 
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ArcelorMittal condition monitoring
ArcelorMittal condition monitoring
ArcelorMittal’s rotating assets often operate in harsh environments. A conveyor at the company’s hot strip mill in Ghent, Belgium moves plates of sizzling hot steel along the production process. In conditions like these, traditional proximity-based technologies like vibration and acoustic analysis fail: the sensors can’t handle the high temperatures.“In the steel industry, assets frequently operate in conditions that are not hospitable to sensitive sensor technologies,” says Andy Roegis, ArcelorMittal’s industrial digitalization manager for northern Europe. “The conveyor on our hot strip mill is a critical part of the production process, but it’s virtually impossible to use manual or vibration-based techniques to assess its condition.”
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Wind turbines using digital technology
Wind turbines using digital technology
Issues involved in expanding commercialization of wind powerIn 2015, the worldwide capacity of renewable energy facilities exceeded that of coal-fired power.*1 With the aim of creating a low-carbon society, in July 2012, Japan put into effect the feed-in tariff scheme for renewable energy, stimulating the construction of solar and wind farms. In 2016, the full liberalization of the electrical retail business resulted in an increasing number of companies planning either to enter the power generation field or to expand their business. These market conditions engendered a need for the development, design, manufacturing, and sales of wind turbines optimized for Japan's environmental conditions. Utilities considering entering the field of wind power also sought assistance in the streamlining of maintenance and other such business operations.
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Maverik Motion Picture Productions
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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Manage Resources More Intelligently for a Smarter, Greener World
Manage Resources More Intelligently for a Smarter, Greener World
Renewable energy production can fluctuate with weather changes. High volatility from intermittency of renewables adversely affects grid integrity. Traditional energy sources are run as a backup, causing pollution, waste and inefficiencies.
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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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Permeable Pavement Allows for Sewer Overflow Reduction
The City of Omaha enlisted Opti to actively test the effectiveness of permeable pavements and real-time stormwater management as Best Management Practices.
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OWASP CAL9000 Project
OWASP CAL9000 Project
A featured set of current web proxies and automated scanners had yet to be made standardized.  
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