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ER Telecom Turns To LoRaWAN To Accelerate Digital Transformation In Russia - Actility Industrial IoT Case Study
ER Telecom Turns To LoRaWAN To Accelerate Digital Transformation In Russia
Russia offers a unique environment for IoT connectivity compared to densely populated European countries, because of the sheer size of the Russian Federation and its sparsely-populated or empty areas where there is no GSM mobile network coverage – although these areas can still be home to industries such as mining, oil & gas production or logging. In addition, there is a specific requirement to store and process all data within Russian borders to comply with national data protection regulations.
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Slovenian Smart Factory manages Electricity Consumption - Actility Industrial IoT Case Study
Slovenian Smart Factory manages Electricity Consumption
Salonit also has a strong environmental regulation compliance strategy and it is dedicated to optimizing and reducing energy consumption. The goal was to reach the top 10 % of the most energy-efficient cement factories in the European Union. But producing clinker is energy-intensive: its electricity consumption averages 85 GWh, with 2500 Tera Joules of energy used for clinker burning. In the past years, Salonit’s energy bills went up to 9 million EUR per year, mainly for electricity.  Salonit needed to comply with European energy regulations. The company could leverage a co-financing mechanism to invest in equipment and monitoring solutions that help meet the energy consumption reduction target.
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Optimize waste collection routes with connected dumpsters - Actility Industrial IoT Case Study
Optimize waste collection routes with connected dumpsters
Trash containers can often fill up too soon, and most of the time there is no real-time information on waste bin filling levels. Waste is typically collected on a fixed schedule, while the pick-up routes are not adapted to the actual level of waste in dumpsters. Same routes are always used, which is leading to inefficient waste management in a city, and also unnecessary CO2 emissions and traffic complications.
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A Smart Response To a Slovenian Shopping Mall’s High Energy Costs - Actility Industrial IoT Case Study
A Smart Response To a Slovenian Shopping Mall’s High Energy Costs
Due to a large number of facilities, wide area, and high consumption of electricity, water, and heating, BTC’s energy needs are comparable to those of urban centers.In a bid to reduce energy consumption and costs as well as subsequent CO2 emissions, BTC sought to implement energy management (EM) system for its multi-purpose facilities, such as those used by Smart Cities, and in line with the ISO 50001 standard, aimed at supporting organizations to conserve resources and tackle climate change.  BTC turned to Solvera Lynx, the region’s leading provider of comprehensive energy management solutions, to help devise its own system to monitor and reduce energy consumption.
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