Accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things
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Number of Case Studies162
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.
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.
Going Mobile: Business on the Go
Going Mobile: Business on the Go
Haier is building a mobile application platform where all mobile applications running on this platform must be designed with unified security, architecture, management, and platform support capabilities. This new platform also must incorporate Haier's IT applications with smart devices.
Number of Hardware1
Battery Management
Battery Management
Number of Software172
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!
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.
CloudLock Cloud Security Fabric
CloudLock Cloud Security Fabric
While cloud security products focus on securing an enumerated list of SaaS applications, a platform extends security to protect apps on Infrastructure and Platform-as-a-Service (IaaS and PaaS) and dynamically orchestrates security across an organization's cybersecurity architecture, including Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS), Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM), Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFW), Software Web Gateways (SGW), Threat Emulation, and more.As a platform, the CloudLock Cloud Security Fabric takes a programmatic approach to cloud security. In addition to leveraging APIs from cloud services, CloudLock is itself a collection of RESTful, API-based microservices. Using this approach, CloudLock dynamically applies individual security services (such as Cloud DLP) to customer apps on any platform, whether those apps are running on a well-known services such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) or an on-premises server.
Number of Suppliers200
Works Systems, Inc
Works Systems, Inc
Founded in 2004. We have around 60 employees. In which 80% of them are technical staffs with over 10-year telecom and industrial industry experiences.  Dedicated in Device Management Solution development. Offer turn-key solution to help customers manage devices, monitor performance and analyze business operations. Up to now, there are over 80 telecoms and 140 chipset/device vendors select our Device Management Solution.
Leviton
Leviton
Leviton is a global leader in electrical wiring devices, lighting energy management solutions, networking solutions, security and home automation and commercial data infrastructure products. Leviton offers a product line that includes more than 25,000 devices for virtually every conceivable residential, commercial and industrial wiring device need.
AMES ADT, Inc.
AMES ADT, Inc.
Applied Device Technologies develops Enterprise-Ready tablet solutions.We are a team of hardware, software and sales folks who engineered solutions at the early onset of the device movement for both consumers and business alike. We figured out quickly the BYOD maze was not for us, so we began creating purposed devices – dedicated devices that look, feel and perform like consumer devices, but are optimized for business.We are passionate about creating customer-facing technology solutions with the essential management, control and visibility tools to securely connect to Enterprise.
Number of Organizations5
Hart Communication Foundation
Hart Communication Foundation
HART is a bi-directional communication protocol that provides data access between intelligent field instruments and host systems. A host can be any software application from technician's hand-held device or laptop to a plant's process control, asset management, safety or other system using any control platform.HART technology offers a reliable, long-term solution for plant operators who seek the benefits of intelligent devices with digital communication – that is included in the majority of the devices being installed. In many cases however, most applications cannot retrofit their existing automation systems with a system that can accept the digital data which is provided by the HART Protocol.Because most automation networks in operation today are based on traditional 4-20mA analog wiring, HART technology serves a critical role because the digital information is simultaneously communicated with the 4-20mA signal. Without it, there would be no digital communication.
Open Mobile Alliance (OMA)
Open Mobile Alliance (OMA)
OMA was formed by the world’s leading mobile operators, device and network suppliers, information technology companies and content providers as the industry focal point for the development of mobile service enabler specifications. OMA is a non-profit organization that delivers open specifications for creating interoperable services that work across all geographical boundaries, on any bearer network. OMA’s specifications support the billions of new and existing terminals across a variety of wireless networks, including traditional cellular operator networks and emerging networks supporting machine-to-machine device communications for the Internet of Things (IoT).Significant new work in OMA is leading to the development of next generation mobile services in areas such as Device Management, LBS, IoT, APIs and more.Goals of OMA:- Deliver high quality, open technical specifications based upon market requirements that drive modularity, extensibility, and consistency amongst enablers to reduce industry implementation efforts.- Ensure OMA service enabler specifications provide interoperability across different devices, geographies, service providers, operators, and networks; facilitate interoperability of the resulting product implementations.- Be the catalyst for the consolidation of standards activity within the mobile data service industry; working in conjunction with other existing standards organizations and industry fora to improve interoperability and decrease operational costs for all involved.- Provide value and benefits to members in OMA from all parts of the value chain including content and service providers, information technology providers, mobile operators and wireless vendors such that they elect to actively participate in the organization.
Global M2M Association (GMA)
Global M2M Association (GMA)
The GMA is an association of leading mobile operators with world-class networks.We have made it easier for global enterprises to deploy and manage M2M services across the world by aligning our operational processes, enhancing quality of service (QoS) and creating common services.We have proven experience and know-how in supporting business-critical M2M services and collectively connect tens of millions of M2M devices. As established operators with a long history in M2M, you can be assured that our members offer outstanding levels of support and customer care.We currently provide enhanced M2M connectivity services throughout 33 countries in Europe and in key markets in North America, South America and Asia. Within Europe our networks reach 94% of the European population. As new members join, our footprint will expand.Your customers will be expecting a high-quality, seamless service from their connected device: we ensure this happens straight out of the box. We help ensure this through our module certification program and by aligning our operational support processes.We develop secure and reliable solutions that make it easier for enterprises to deploy connected devices on a global scale. In 2015, we will launch Multi-Domestic Service, an innovative M2M connectivity management service that combines an embedded SIM with a global management platform.
Number of Use Cases14
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. 
Industrial Wearables
Industrial Wearables
Industrial wearable devices are tools designed to improve workplace productivity, safety, and efficiency in sectors such as manufacturing, logistics, and mining. These devices collect data in real time, track activities, provide alerts, and provide customized experiences depending on the users' needs and organizational objectives. They are typically designed for specific situations or industry verticals, as opposed to consumer wearables which are often general in function.  Industrial wearables can be designed to aid a worker in performing specific tasks or to measure health parameters for working in dangerous environments. In addition to performing a specific function for their wearer, the devices can be linked to enterprise systems. For example, linking wearables worn by employees in hazardous environments to employee welfare programs can be used to track and provide evidence of the wellbeing of employees, thereby reducing health insurance costs.
Shipment Tracking
Shipment Tracking
Utilizing IoT and digital supply chain management platforms have moved far beyond looking at only ocean carrier milestones. With this new level of end-to-end shipment visibility, shippers can instantly access transit times from every carrier along the route to create efficiencies and increase communication within their organizations – ultimately providing the highest level of customer satisfaction.Digitized data comes in many formats, including feeds from the Internet of Things (IoT). Global supply chains are ideal candidates for IoT applications because there are so many moving parts and multiple parties. IoT applications capture and share immense amounts of data that equip logistics managers with a level of visibility not previously achievable. Specifically, for shippers and the carriers moving their products, advances in cellular devices and networks have made it possible for less-than-truckload (LTL) and other over-the-road truckers to provide tracking data.These connected tracking devices feed into transportation management and supply chain platforms to provide critical information at the pallet and package level. When connected with the ocean, air, and rail shipment tracking, these last mile data systems give shippers a competitive edge. To alleviate the pressure on your supply chain, the most important component is a technology platform with one big view of everything across your multimodal transportation ecosystem. 
Number of Terms23
Lightweight M2M (LWM2M)
Lightweight M2M (LWM2M)
OMA Lightweight M2M is a protocol from the Open Mobile Alliance for M2M or IoT device management.
Device Cloud Networks (DCN)
Device Cloud Networks (DCN)
An IoT device management platform.
Cumulocity
Cumulocity
A M2M device visualization, management, and integration developed by Cumulocity.
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