Number of Case Studies13
Danish Cell Controller Project
Danish Cell Controller Project
Prior to 1990, most Danish electric power was produced at large, centralized generation plants from which it was transmitted and distributed to commercial, industrial, and residential consumers. Since then, thousands of distributed generators have been added such that the installed generation capacity at the distribution level exceeds the generation capacity at the transmission level. The distributed generation (DG) assets include dispersed combined heat and power (CHP) plants and wind turbines, creating a “carpet” of generation at the low and medium voltage levels of the distribution system (see inset). These distributed resources provide renewable and flexible energy production and support local thermal heating loads but were designed to operate only while grid-connected and could not be used in the case of a major power outage. The high penetration of variable wind generation also created the situation where the transmission system had to balance all the local variability of wind (both real and reactive power).
Monday Motorbikes Manufactures 100% electric bikes
Monday Motorbikes Manufactures 100% electric bikes
Urban commute is a pain: most trips are short and existing options just don't cut it. Cars are expensive / hard to park / stuck in traffic Buses are slow / unreliable / stuck in traffic Motorcycles are heavy / require a special license Bicycles are exhausting / range-limited / slow
Siemens | Using Machine Learning to Get Machines to Mimic Intuition
Siemens | Using Machine Learning to Get Machines to Mimic Intuition
The ability to learn is a precondition for autonomy. With this in mind, Siemens researchers are developing knowledge networks based on deep learning-related simulated neurons and connections. Such networks can be used to generalize information by identifying associations between extraordinarily complex realms, such as the publicly accessible Internet and a company’s internal information systems. Far-reaching and generic, this technology appears to hold the potential of mimicking what humans call intuition.
Number of Suppliers18
Roving Networks
Roving Networks
Roving Networks was acquired by Microchip Technology.Roving Networks manufactures sensors and other custom platforms to integrate embedded devices, allowing access from Bluetooth enabled PCs, PDAs, cell phones, and networks. Their products reduce wireless product development cycle times and eliminate hassles in the design, test, certification, and manufacture of products. Roving Networks' products are used in a variety of applications for the data entry, industrial automation, medical and hospital, point of sale, inventory, and home control markets.
KUKA AG
KUKA AG
KUKA AG is a global automation company with sales revenues of around 3 billion Euro and a workforce of 12,300 worldwide. The company is one of the world’s leading suppliers of automation solutions. KUKA offers its customers tailored solutions ranging from the core Component – the robot – to cells and large-scale systems. The company is headquartered in Augsburg. KUKA operates internationally for customers from the automotive industry and general industry.
ADRF
ADRF
Advanced RF Technologies, Inc. (“ADRF”) is an established, leading provider of in-building equipment and services that improve wireless coverage and capacity for the largest service providers and enterprise customers around the world. ADRF’s product suite encompasses active systems, including RF repeaters, distributed antenna systems, small cells, antennas, and passive components. ADRF offers complete, custom-designed turnkey solutions for wireless carriers, enterprise and public safety entities. They leverage their substantial wireless industry experience and in-building expertise to give their customers a seamless experience.
Number of Organizations3
Lianyungang Economic and Technological Development Zone
Lianyungang Economic and Technological Development Zone
Lianyungang ETDZ consists of state-level New Pharmaceuticals Industrial Base, provinciallevel New High-tech Industrial Zone, Near-Port Industrial Zone, International High-Tech Industrial Park, Kunshan Industrial Park and Near-Port International Comprehensive Logistics Park. Lianyungang ETDZ's major industries are textiles, electronics, pharmaceuticals, machinery, and food and beverages. Lianyungang EPZ mainly encourages investment in the mechanical and electronics industries, biopharmaceuticals, precision machinery and garment manufacturing.
Taizhou Medical New&Hi-tech Industrial Development Zone (China Medical City)
Taizhou Medical New&Hi-tech Industrial Development Zone (China Medical City)
According to the CMC, it currently hosts more than 560 medical enterprises, including 12 vaccine companies, TCM and general medical universities, in addition to a children's hospital. The range of medical projects in the works includes regenerative medicine, biotechnology, medical devices, and stem cell research. The CMC staff and local officials alike spoke in earnest about their desire to recruit more foreign students to study at local universities, and were keen to draw attention to the prestigious university degrees held by the center's resident researchers. The campus is also strategically located near the offices of local regulatory agencies, and it also offers offices to rent and research facilities to small and medium-sized businesses. The CMC claimed that most large organizations have preferred to build and manage their own facilities. In addition, the CMC has its own human resources staff "to help companies recruit domestic and foreign talents," Wang said, "as well as an intellectual property office to assist companies."
Bluetooth SIG
Bluetooth SIG
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) is the body that oversees the development of Bluetooth standards and the licensing of the Bluetooth technologies and trademarks to manufacturers.Created in 1994, Bluetooth® technology was conceived as a wireless alternative to data cables by exchanging data using radio transmissions. The name Bluetooth came from a tenth century Danish King, Harald Blåtand or, in English, Harold Bluetooth. As the story goes, King Blåtand helped unite warring factions in parts of what are now Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Similarly, Bluetooth technology was created as an open standard to allow connectivity and collaboration between disparate products and industries.One of the most popular applications for Bluetooth historically has been wireless audio—headsets and hands-free connectivity in cars to wireless speakers and headphones that stream music from your phone or tablet. This uses a version of Bluetooth called BR/EDR (bit rate/enhanced data rate) that is optimized for sending a steady stream of high quality data (i.e. music) in a power efficient way.With the advent of Bluetooth with its low energy functionality (Bluetooth Smart or BLE), developers are now able to create small sensors that run off tiny coin-cell batteries for months, and in some cases, years. Many of these Bluetooth sensors use so little energy that developers are starting to find ways to use scavenged energy, like solar and kinetic, to power them—a potentially unlimited life from a power perspective. This allows you to find Bluetooth technology in billions of devices today, everything from phones to headsets to basketballs and socks—the use cases are limited only by a developer’s imagination.
Number of Use Cases1
Indoor Air Quality Monitoring (IAQ)
Indoor Air Quality Monitoring (IAQ)
Indoor air quality monitoring (IAQ) is carried out to assess the extent of pollution, ensure compliance with national or local legislation, evaluate pollution control options, and provide data for air quality modeling. It is particularly important in chemical plants, mines, and other facilities with potentially harmful concentrations of pollutants.The central objective is to ensure that the location is safe for individuals. As the burden of air quality regulation shifts from publicly-funded monitoring to industry-funded monitoring, businesses have begun to invest more heavily in their own air quality monitoring equipment and processes. 
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