Accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things
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Vehicles with Sensors to Control Air Quality in Glasgow
Vehicles with Sensors to Control Air Quality in Glasgow
Countries throughout the world have a need, and in many cases a legal obligation, to ensure air quality is meeting specific standards. Policies aim to reduce exposure to air pollution, by reducing emissions and setting limits and targets for AQI.Public authorities in cities have deployed static stations to monitor air quality data for a set of pollutant with specific, and high cost, sensing technologies. These stations provide highly accurate data but their cost limits the quantity of deployments, leaving large gaps in coverage.
Smart Cities Control the Health of Cultural and Historical Monuments
Smart Cities Control the Health of Cultural and Historical Monuments
The customer wants to control of the “health status” of cultural and historical monument of the city in order to facilitate decisions on maintenance and preservation.
Enhancing Environmental Control and Reducing Emissions in Nordic Smart Cities
Enhancing Environmental Control and Reducing Emissions in Nordic Smart Cities
Municipalities and public institutions are concerned about air, water, noise or lighting pollution in cities. In the last years, it has become mandatory through several international regulations to reduce emissions that could impact in the environment and also inhabitants lives.Being a Smart City is more than just a trend, is a commitment with society and stakeholders.Carbon Track and Trace Project (CTT) aim is reducing CO2 emissions, combating climate change in cities and also developing a decision support system for cities greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions monitoring. It was funded by the Low Carbon City Lab flagship of the EU Climate KIC programme.
Number of Suppliers32
Streetline
Streetline
Streetline, the leading smart parking company, helps solve parking issues by delivering smart data and advanced analytics to customers worldwide. Streetline’s pioneering technology makes the parking experience for consumers easier, while making cities, universities, and corporate campuses more efficient and reducing their carbon footprint.
Goldenet
Goldenet is a leading smart city solutions provider promoting high-tech development for smart cities in China. Goldenet successfully implemented evacuation systems for the 60th Chinese National Day, as well as Command and Control Systems for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games for public areas, vehicles and personnel, amongst others.
Sensity Systems
Sensity Systems
Sensity Systems uses energy-efficient LED lighting as the foundation for its IoT platform for Smart Cities. The company enables light owners to capitalize on the LED conversion process by embedding networking technology within both retrofit and new LED luminaires. With the Sensity open, privacy-by-design, multiservice NetSense platform, lighting owners are able to reduce energy costs and implement a variety of Smart City applications and services, including public safety, environmental and weather monitoring, parking management and location analytics.
Number of Organizations3
UI LABS
UI LABS
Our vision is to transform entire industries by accelerating the deployment of emerging technologies through collaboration. UI LABS plays three roles with our 200+ partners:Neutral convener + catalyst: We bring together leading companies, researchers, and entrepreneurs to catalyze “unnatural” alliances.Solution-delivery engine: We follow a design-driven process to accelerate the co-development of new products and processes.Trusted dealmaker: We de-risk and syndicate investment, providing the ground rules to quickly on-ramp collaborative ventures. UI LABS is creating a portfolio of Labs to accelerate the deployment of innovative technology to make lives better and enhance the competitiveness of our nation and region. In February 2014, UI LABS announced the formation of its first Lab, the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII), through collaboration with the Department of Defense and a host of other partners, to transform American manufacturing through digitization of the supply chain.UI LABS’ second Lab, City Digital, launched in 2015 to digitize the built environment to transform how citizens live, work, and play in cities today and tomorrow.
Internet of Things Consortium (IoTC)
Internet of Things Consortium (IoTC)
The Internet of Things Consortium (IoTC) is comprised of leading hardware, software and analytics companies – in areas including home automation, wearables, connected cars, smart cities, 3D printing, and virtual/augmented reality. Based in San Francisco, IoTC is a non-profit organization connecting a global ecosystem of companies and organizations.On behalf of its members, the IoTC is dedicated to the growth of the internet of things marketplace and the development of sustainable business models. The IoTC educates technology firms, retailers, insurance companies, marketers, media companies and the wider business community about the value of IoT.
Breed Reply
Breed Reply is the IoT active operational investor for early stage businesses delivering Internet of Things solutions that respond to the real needs of people and companies. We have significant experience in scaling up early stage companies, in-depth understanding of the market, proven track record in sales channel development and a strong technological DNA. Our incubation model includes hands-on support in developing and growing your business across functions, from general management to sales and marketing and technology. We can also give access to office space and related services.
Number of Use Cases1
Industrial Edge Computing
Industrial Edge Computing
Edge (fog) computing shifts computing applications, data, and services away from centralized servers to the extremes of a network. This enables analytics and knowledge generation to occur at the source of the data. Industrial IoT companies face challenges turning machine data into business intelligence. Existing cloud-based technologies do not solve problems of data analytics, software deployment, or updates and security for remote devices. Edge or fog computing solves the problem of accessing large amounts of machine-generated data by processing data at the edge of the network and converting it into actionable, useful business information. In an Intelligent Industrial Fog, software can be deployed at various points in the network to not only automate monitoring and control, but also to apply embedded intelligent agents that can adjust device behaviors in relation to ongoing performance variables, reduce running costs by reducing power consumption during off-cycles, or even detect imminent failures and notify technicians to perform preventative maintenance. Companies use edge computing technologies to analyze the data locally, sending only most important data to a centralised cloud. This reduces data transmission and storage costs while also allowing real-time analysis and action. Edge computing also allows remote software deployment and secure M2M communication. Edge computing leverages resources that are not continuously connected to a network, such as laptops, smartphones, tablets and sensors. It covers a wide range of technologies, from wireless sensor networks and mobile data acquisition to cooperative distributed peer-to-peer ad hoc networking and processing. Import IoT applications include remote cloud services, distributed data storage and retrieval, and self-healing networks.
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Contiki
Contiki
Contiki is an open source operating system for networked, memory-constrained systems with a particular focus on low-power wireless Internet of Things devices.
Vortex
Vortex
An intelligent data sharing platform developed by Prismtech.
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