Accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things
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Improved Reliability for Samsung's Smart Wearables
Improved Reliability for Samsung's Smart Wearables
With a need to deliver round-the-clock reliability and peace of mind to seniors and their loved ones should the unfortunate happen, it is vital for Jupl to maximize uptime.
Precision Wearable Biometrics Provider, Valencell, Selects Arxan to Protect Intellectual Property
Precision Wearable Biometrics Provider, Valencell, Selects Arxan to Protect Intellectual Property
Years of research and development were invested by the company into their biometric sensor technology. They wanted to ensure that their unique, patented intellectual property (IP) was not compromised or cloned through application attacks, such as reverse-engineering or code tampering. This was particularly important given the increased competitive pressures in the wearables market and the customer’s distribution model of working in partnership with consumer product manufacturers and potentially third party developers. Although patented and protected under NDA, the company’s code and IP could potentially be exposed during the sharing of their technology (in the form of an SDK/library) during integration as partners work to turn their wearable products into biometric wearables. The customer also required ease of use and flexibility such that their proprietary technology could first be easily protected and then be leveraged within another 3rd party application. As such, the solution needed to meet stringent resource consumption requirements of diverse mobile / IoT platforms.
Wearables for Connected Workers
Wearables for Connected Workers
Together, Honeywell and Intel have developed a IoT proof of concept (PoC) for the Connected Worker. The Connected Worker can take many forms - factory laborer, mine worker, first responder, firefighters and more. For each environment and worker role, a different selection of sensors may be appropriate to provide the most meaningful IoT-fueled dataset to represent that individual worker asset.As with most IoT solutions, it is critical to avoid being overwhelmed by a steady stream of meaningless data. Rather, it is essential to send select actionable intelligence to the cloud for visualization and customized alert notifications.The downside is that data from individual wearable devices - if viewed independently - can potentially cause false alarms and contribute to inefficiencies in a manpower as a result. Fusing sensor technology with big data processing (hub/gateway), analytics - all in the cloud - is the key to improving local intelligence as well as remote visualization of actionable intelligence.
Number of Hardware22
WT41N0 Wearable Terminal
WT41N0 Wearable Terminal
With the major increase in package volume driven by multi-channel support, demands for the ultimate in customer service and increasing regulations for traceability, you need to move more items through your warehouse or distribution center and capture more information about those items than ever before.With the WT41N0 Wearable Terminals Series on the arms of your workers, you will.These rugged devices will allow you to achieve maximum error-proof productivity, operational efficiency and accuracy through voice compatibility for streamlined warehouse and package handling functions. A full range of accessories future-proofs and protects this investment, allowing you to easily expand the functionality of this hip- or wrist-mounted device with cordless scanners and more.
Asset Trackers
Asset Trackers
The ATU 620 is a battery-operated asset tracking product designed for reliable, multi-year deployments. The ATU-620 is an ideal solution for managing assets that will be deployed for long periods without maintenance needs.
Fleet Telematics Devices
Fleet Telematics Devices
The LMU-2720 fleet tracking unit offers leading edge fleet management features including a 3-axis accelerometer for measuring driver behavior and vehicle impacts while offering the high reliability fleet customers demand.
Number of Suppliers45
WORKERBASE
WORKERBASE
WORKERBASE is a platform to optimize manual work in Industry4.0. It has been created after 18 months of research at the global R&D unit of a large conglomerate company active in the fields of industry, energy and infrastructure solutions. We have spent many days in factories talking to managers and workers and observing how work is performed today. We have identified several areas in which manual work processes could be improved and bundled our research results into the WORKERBASE platform.Our founding team has a combined experience of more than 30 years in IT, manufacturing, mobile and product development. Modern software architectureOur services run on a modern event-based software architecture that allows for integration of any existing system. Hardware and Software PlatformWe do not stop at the software level but go the last mile to deliver and end-to-end platform that is optimized for your needs. Strong industry backgroundOur team brings a wealth of combined IT and manufacturing experience to craft state-of-the-art solutions for manufacturing problems. Optimize before you automateInstead of jumping directly to a total automation scenario you can easily harvest existing benefits using our platform. Using wearables to get work doneWhen equipped with the right software stack, wearable devices offer a strong unique interaction platform for the worker.
Augmedix
Augmedix
Augmedix is a telemedicine charting service that allows healthcare providers to save resources on EHR documentation, through their wearables (Google Glass) and softwares.
Ubimax
Ubimax
Ubimax is global market leader for Industrial Wearable Computing solutions, creating fully integrated solutions powered by latest Wearable Computing technologies to improve and simplify the daily tasks of the frontline worker.
Number of Organizations3
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.
DreamT
It's a internet-focused accelerator launched by Amazon Web Services and Shanghai municipality Jiading district. Jiading district will offer free infrastructure to incubatees, including more than 4,000 square meters of co-working space, apartments and preferential policies. AWS will support the program with its cloud services, technical services and training resources, while DTer will be responsible for day-to-day operations of the accelerator. In terms of technical support, projects under the program will receive up to US$15,000 worth of AWS cloud services, according to Rong Yongkang, vice president of AWS, along with training on the platform to help entrepreneurs master it. Rong added that AWS will invite experts from abroad to share their insights so as to help bridge foreign and domestic startup ecosystems.
R/GA Accelerator
R/GA Accelerator
The R/GA Accelerator is designed for startups developing connected hardware products and software services with the goal of helping them to build businesses and brands that can scale. It is a three-month, immersive, mentor-driven program. The participation of leaders in the IoT space combined with the support of R/GA’s technology, product design and marketing talent provides startups in the program an incredible advantage over their competitors.
Number of Use Cases1
Industrial Wearables
Industrial Wearables
Wearable products comprise smart devices equipped with microchips, sensors, and wireless communication capabilities. These devices collect data, track activities, and provide customized experiences to user’s needs and desires. The adoption of wearables in the workplace will occur both in corporate enterprise environments and in industrial settings such as warehouses, manufacturing shop floors, and field maintenance sites.The growing popularity of mobile networks has been one of the most important factors in the development of wearable technology. Bluetooth headsets, smartwatches, and web-enabled glasses allow people to access data hands-free from Wi-Fi networks.An entire industry devoted to the development of applications that can work with wearable technologies has recently developed, with services being sold or given for free to individuals willing to download applications. These applications cover a broad spectrum: from those focused on health and exercise to sports and maps.
Number of Terms13
Wearables or Wearable Technology
Wearables or Wearable Technology
Technology that can be worn, typically to quantify a physical process (such as heartbeat monitoring) or to augment human capabilities.
Companion Device
Companion Device
In wearables, a companion device requires a parent device, such as a smartphone, to fully operate.
Human Internet of Things (HIoT)
Human Internet of Things (HIoT)
Another way of expressing the Quantified Self concept, the HIoT refers to the collection and optimization of physiological data from sensors applied to humans, generally with wearable tech.
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