Accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things
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Number of Case Studies15
Using LonWorks to Keep Acela Trains Zip Along
Using LonWorks to Keep Acela Trains Zip Along
Canadian transportation company, Bombardier was tasked with building a bullet train system on rails that were designed for lower speed trains. In addition, they had to ensure safe and optimal operation at high speeds, maximize train uptime and enhance communication with passengers.
Railroad Asset Identification using Computer Vision
Railroad Asset Identification using Computer Vision
This customer maintains a railroad network consisting of thousands of miles of track across North America. They are regulated by a primary federal agency for the safe operation and maintenance of their network. One of the many requirements is the consistent posting of signage at various locations of their tracks.The customer began capturing video of their rail network a number of years ago and updates it on a continual basis. The challenge is the ability to watch the video and determine if specific signage is in place and if it is in serviceable condition.
Marine and Industrial Displays by Caterpillar
Marine and Industrial Displays by Caterpillar
Caterpillar needed a flexible platform for a new generation of connected human-machine interfaces across a wide variety of industrial environments. Examples include marine, petroleum pumping, generators, custom hydraulics, mining, and rail applications.
Number of Hardware49
Antenna
Antenna
Antenna Screw
Antenna
Antenna
Antenna Dielectric 2798MHz 2-Pin
Antenna
Antenna
Antenna Chip 0.9dBi Gain 2500MHz T/R
Number of Software33
GoLINC
GoLINC
Transferring data. Hosting applications. Interfacing with third-party systems. Now you have a communication and application management platform designed for the harsh railroad environment. Get ready to make every aspect of your operation work smarter.
relayr Cloud
relayr Cloud
Relayr’s agnostic cloud platform allows you to build connectors between any service, any sensor, any software, any hardware - Any to Any. Through our multi-protocol support, routing and API adaptors, we make it easy to securely connect to any cloud or any device. Quickly and effectively build and launch powerful applications that can manage entire factories and supply chains, or build operating systems for whole cities that manage sensors from different vendors.
Loadsensing
Loadsensing
Loadsensing is a long-range wireless data acquisition system for sensor networks. It delivers periodic readings for monitoring the real-time evolution of structures. Loadsensing’s dataloggers are adaptable to the most commonly used sensors within industry.
Number of Suppliers21
MOVUS
MOVUS
MOVUS is a provider of Industrial Internet of Things solutions. We build industry vertical solutions from custom sensors to cloud-based analytics, we're bringing sustainability to industry. We enable industry to reduce waste, increase efficiency and empower people.
WAGO
WAGO
WAGO is the leader in spring pressure connection technology that eliminates loose wires resulting from vibration and temperature cycling, while providing highly reliable, corrosion-resistant and maintenance-free connections. WAGO's products include DIN-rail, PCB and chassis mount terminal blocks; signal conditioners; the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM and more.
3onedata
3onedata
Haibao company's products and solutions have been widely used in aerospace, railway high-speed rail, mechanical and electrical equipment, motor vehicles and parts, household appliances communications, mold manufacturing, mining machinery, engineering machinery, hydraulic machinery, textile machinery, printing machinery, bearings manufacturing, mechanical and electrical manufacturing, metal processing industries.
Number of Organizations2
Suzhou New District
Suzhou New District
It was one of the first industry parks opened to attract foreign investors from APEC countries. It served as an export base for technology-related services and products in China. In 2003, the district's total output value is 25.1 billion yuan. Industrial sales of 70.06 billion yuan, The local budget revenue was 1.53 billion yuan and export of 8.76 billion USD.[3] Up to the end of 2003, the district has attracted a total of over 800 foreign projects including 40 multinational corporations. Foreign investment has reached over 6 billion USD while the actually utilized investment reached 3.4 billion USD. The district attracts many different types of industries, including consumer electronics, information technology, precision instruments, biotechnology, and pharmaceuticals. The Suzhou New District was the first APEC hi-tech development zone to be approved by the Foreign Ministry and Science and Technology Ministry and receive ISO 14000 certification.
Huzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone
Huzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone
HETDZ is fully equipped with completed infrastructure, such as telecommunication bureau, postal center, transit station combined by rail, and road and river transportation with an annual handling capacity of 1,100,000 ton. Huzhou is one of the origins of the modern national industry, and is also one of the earliest open cities following the opening-up policy. Huzhou thus appears to be more accustom to the market economic system. The governmental department works efficiently, and has strong consciousness of law. The city's education is on the top level in mainland China. Over 83% staff has finished high school education or mid-professional education. Besides, being close to Shanghai, Hangzhou and Nanjing, where locates enormous outstanding universities like Zhejiang University, Tongji University, Fudan University, Shanghai Community University and Nanjing University, Huzhou is strongly supported by professional experts, and absorbs sophisticated technology from them.
Number of Use Cases20
Enterprise Asset Management
Enterprise Asset Management
Asset management systems enable organizations effectively monitor and manage their different types of assets without creating a huge management workload that erodes the bottom line.
Time Sensitive Networks
Time Sensitive Networks
Time-Sensitive Networks (TSN) operate in a manufacturing ecosystem of applications. TSN enable a standard, single, open network infrastructure supporting multi-vendor interoperability and integration.They are used to support real-time control and synchronization of high performance machines over a single, standard Ethernet network, supporting multi-vendor interoperability and integration.Support of fast control applications means the network needs to support communications with low latency and low jitter and to provide mechanisms for distributed coordination or time synchronization. Typically these requirements have resulted in non-standard network infrastructure or unconnected standard networks where devices and data are not accessible throughout the infrastructure.
High Speed Network Infrastructure
High Speed Network Infrastructure
The High-Speed Network Infrastructure testbed will introduce high-speed fiber optic lines to support Industrial Internet initiatives. The network will transfer data at 100 gigabits per second to support seamless machine-2-machines communications and data transfer across connected control systems, big infrastructure products, and manufacturing plants.The 100 gigabit capability extends to the wireless edge, allowing the testbed leaders to provide more data and analytical results to mobile users through advanced communication techniques. Industrial Internet Consortium founder, GE, is leading efforts by installing the networking lines at its Global Research Center. Cisco - also a founder of the Consortium - contributed its expertise to the project by providing the infrastructure needed to give the network its national reach.Industrial Internet Consortium members Accenture and Bayshore Networks are currently demonstrating the application of the High-Speed Network Infrastructure for power generation.Wave division multiplexing dominates the global optical network hardware market, generating over 81% of the overall revenue. The dominance is primarily driven by China’s investments towards the development of broadband infrastructure, with a focus on 100G fiber-optic internet connections.
Number of Terms3
DIN Rail
DIN Rail
A metal rail used for mounting electrical equipment and racks.
Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA)
Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA)
Terrestrial Trunked Radio (formerly known as Trans-European Trunked Radio) is a professional mobile radio and two-way transceiver (colloquially known as a walkie talkie) specification.
BlueMix
BlueMix
A mix of IoT Platform, API, Visualization, and analytics offerings in a PaaS model developed by IBM.
15 Case Studies
49 Hardware
33 Software
21 Suppliers
2 Organizations
20 Use Cases
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