Accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things
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Number of Case Studies389
Coor Brings IoT to the Office
Coor Brings IoT to the Office
Coor wanted an IoT solution to simplify office manager's job. The solution must require the following features: boost productivity, apply technology innovation, and consolidate management.
Development of Universal Remote Control for a Global Leader
Development of Universal Remote Control for a Global Leader
The client wanted to develop a Universal Remote that can be used as an intermediate device to control the entertainment devices from Wi-Fi enabled devices such as PC, iPhone, etc.
ABB Increases Productivity and Reduces Operational Costs
ABB Increases Productivity and Reduces Operational Costs
ABB relies on Control Center to monitor connections to its customers' industrial robots for potential problems. As soon as conditions change, ABB engineers want to know about it so that they can act on it. Engineers wanted a solution so that they can anticipate problems by constantly analyzing the information that they receive from the devices. They have developed a set of predictive KPIs, which they share with their customers to help them decide if their equipment requires maintenance.
Number of Hardware503
Viper Communication Device
Viper Communication Device
The CalAmp Viper SC+ is an intelligent, point-to-multipoint bridge or router for licensed narrowband spectrum holders.
Embedded System Development Boards and Kits
Embedded System Development Boards and Kits
Opal-6 System on Modules - SOM Development Kit eMMC
M3 Trolley Indoor Data Capture Device
M3 Trolley Indoor Data Capture Device
MOBILE 3D DATA CAPTUREOur cutting edge mobile 3D scanning device captures all the data needed for fully immersive indoor visualization and navigation, including panoramic images, point clouds and location data, such as WiFi, Bluetooth and magnetic data.
Number of Software173
Axonize
Axonize
"Axonize: We broke the limits of IoT platforms so you can scale your IoT business"Axonize's users can choose the exact devices to meet clients' specifications and budget, leveraging on Axonize's flexibility and openness.You can scale as many devices, rules & actions as you need. You can keep making the application more powerful by expanding in to additional devices or systems. Users can carry over installed devices and business logic to the next project or PoC - a significant shortcut!
Salesforce IoT Cloud
Salesforce IoT Cloud
Connect the Internet of Things with the Internet of Customers.Now you can harness the power of the Internet of Things and turn the data generated by every one of your customers, partners, devices, and sensors into meaningful action. With IoT Cloud you can process massive quantities of data, build business rules with simple, intuitive tools, and engage proactively with customers in real time. Easily create IoT engagement rules with clicks, not code.
IoTivity
IoTivity
IoTivity is an open source software framework enabling seamless device-to-device connectivity to address the emerging needs of the Internet of Things.
Number of Suppliers588
Reekoh
Reekoh
Reekoh is an IoT Application Integration Platform and Developer Marketplace, connecting devices and sensors to the largest library of gateways, cloud platforms, tools and services in the market through its unique Plugin Store.Using this plugin architecture and marketplace, developers can fully customise Reekoh instances to provide a lean and powerful backend to their IoT applications and products, only running what is required to facilitate data flow from device to application, app back to devices, and also device-to-device.
Waylay
Waylay
Waylay is an IoT PaaS automation platform for smart connected device solutions. It seamlessly blends devices, applications and online services and allows for better real-time decisions based on real-time data. waylay is targeted at OEMs, integrators and providers of smart connected device solutions that want to move beyond data aggregation and visualization.
ConnectOne
ConnectOne
Connect One is a leading fabless semiconductor company that provides value-added solutions for connecting devices to the Internet and other IP-based networks. Their field-proven embedded chips, embedded device servers, and external serial device servers enable manufacturers of any kind of non-PC device to easily, quickly and cost-effectively add IP connectivity to new and existing devices. They provide you with unequaled solutions and support at every step in your project, from concept and design through mass deployment.
Number of Organizations28
AVnu Alliance
AVnu Alliance
AVnu Alliance is a consortium of professional, automotive and consumer electronics companies working together to establish and certify the interoperability of open Audio Video Bridging (AVB) standards. The Alliance works with its member companies to certify AVB products for interoperability. Manufacturers may use the AVnu logo on such certified products. Not every AVB-compliant device is submitted for certification to the AVnu Alliance. The lack of the AVnu logo does not necessarily imply a device is incompatible with other AVnu-certified devices.
Open Connectivity Foundation
Open Connectivity Foundation
Billions of connected devices (devices, phones, computers and sensors) should be able to communicate with one another regardless of manufacturer, operating system, chipset or physical transport. The Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) is creating a specification and sponsoring an open source project to make this possible. WHAT ARE WE DOING?- Defining the specification, certification & branding to deliver reliable interoperability -- a connectivity framework that abstracts complexity- Our open specification allows anyone to implement and it is easy for developers to use- It includes predictable IP protection & branding for certified devices (via compliance testing) and service-level interoperability- There is also an Open Source implementation of our specification - IoTivity Project- This Open Source implementation is designed to enable application developers and device manufacturers to deliver interoperable products across Android, iOS, Windows, Linux, Tizen, and more.WHY ARE WE DOING THIS?- We want to connect the next 25 billion devices for the Internet of Things.- We want to provide secure and reliable device discovery and connectivity across multiple OSs and platforms.- There are multiple proposals and forums driving different approaches... but no single solution addresses the majority of key requirements.- To get industry consolidation around a common, interoperable approach.- To build a broad industry consortium of companies to create a scalable solution.WHO NEEDS THIS?- Consumers, Enterprise, Industrial, Automotive, Health, etc. who want smart devices to easily interconnect and communicate with appliances, embedded devices, etc.- Developers of operating systems, platforms, and applications who want their products to interoperate seamlessly across many brands and ecosystems.- End users who want consistent levels of security and identity across smart devices down to the smallest connected appliance
IoT World Alliance
IoT World Alliance
The IoT World Alliance aspires to:- Leverage the reach of the world’s largest M2M partnership- Deploy seamless international M2M solutions through a single point of contact- Reduce the cost of high-volume data connectivity with local operator SIM profiles- Manage vast numbers of connected devices via a unified M2M Control Centre- Gain full visibility to usage and costs- Ensure full compliance with local telecommunications regulations
Number of Use Cases38
Tamper Detection
Tamper Detection
Tamper detection is the ability of a device to sense that an active attempt to compromise the device integrity or the data associated with the device is in progress; the detection of the threat may enable the device to initiate appropriate defensive actions. The tamper detection design can be implemented to sense different types, techniques, and sophistication of tampering, depending on the perceived threats and risks. The methods used for tamper detection are typically designed as a suite of sensors each specialized on a single threat type, some of which may be physical penetration, hot or cold temperature extremes, input voltage variations, input frequency variations, x-rays, and gamma rays. Examples of techniques used to detect tampering may include any or all of the following: switches to detect the opening of doors or access covers, etc. Many IoT devices use WiFi for communication and Channel State Information (CSI) based tamper detection is a valid option. Each 802.11n WiFi frame contains a preamble allows a receiver to estimate the impact of the wireless channel, the transmitter and the receiver on the signal. The estimation result - the CSI - is used by a receiver to extract the transmitted information. However, as the CSI depends on the communication environment and the transmitter hardware, it can be used as well for security purposes. It is through this channel that IoT can be utilized to prevent device tampering. The utility of this technology goes without saying; preventing the theft or damage of assets is obviously critical, and businesses should take appropriate steps to ensure that their assets remain is good condition. Benefits: -OT CAPEX Reduction -IT CAPEX Reduction -OPEX Reduction
Remote Patient Monitoring
Remote Patient Monitoring
Remote patient monitoring leverages IoT technology to revolutionize the way hospitals are organized and patients are taken care of. By making healthcare "smart" hospitals allow nurses and doctors to receive real-time data regarding the health of every patient.Extended life spans are placing an increasing burden on the world's healthcare systems, while particularly in developing countries like China and India there are insufficient doctors and nurses to care for the growing (and aging) population.This situation makes the health care industry ripe for innovation. Still today, healthcare providers are often unable to access patient health data remotely.
Smart HVAC
Smart HVAC
HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) is the technology of indoor environmental control. Its goal is to manage air temperature, humidity and quality to meet the needs of both people and industrial processes. With low cost sensors, wireless connectivity and more powerful data processors, HVAC companies are now able to collect real time performance data and monitor the condition of their equipment. Remote monitoring solutions can monitor hard to reach areas and sites in order to alert staff to a breakage and heat or water damage in a cable. IoT can help the HVAC industry improve overall equipment effectiveness and save money by minimising equipment failure and optimizing energy usage and performance levels. Direct digital control: Central controllers and most terminal unit controllers are programmable, meaning the direct digital control program code may be customized for the intended use. The program features include time schedules, setpoints, controllers, logic, timers, trend logs, and alarms. The unit controllers typically have analog and digital inputs that allow measurement of the variable (temperature, humidity, or pressure) and analog and digital outputs for control of the transport medium (hot/cold water and/or steam). Digital inputs are typically (dry) contacts from a control device, and analog inputs are typically a voltage or current measurement from a variable (temperature, humidity, velocity, or pressure) sensing device. Digital outputs are typically relay contacts used to start and stop equipment, and analog outputs are typically voltage or current signals to control the movement of the medium (air/water/steam) control devices such as valves, dampers, and motors. Groups of DDC controllers, networked or not, form a layer of system themselves. This "subsystem" is vital to the performance and basic operation of the overall HVAC system. The DDC system is the "brain" of the HVAC system. It dictates the position of every damper and valve in a system. It determines which fans, pumps, and chiller run and at what speed or capacity. With this configurable intelligency in this "brain", we are moving to the concept of building automation. Key vendors: Grainger, Johnson Controls, Lennox Commercial, Mitsubishi
Number of Terms232
Central Device
Central Device
One of the two types of devices defined by the BLE standard.
Cellular Modem
Cellular Modem
Allows a device to receive Internet access over the cellular mobile networks.
Lightweight M2M (LWM2M)
Lightweight M2M (LWM2M)
OMA Lightweight M2M is a protocol from the Open Mobile Alliance for M2M or IoT device management.
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