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Inductive Automation produces software that reduces frustration and increases efficiency in the industrial automation market. Our software facilitates the instant accessibility of meaningful information throughout the enterprise. We begin by listening, then acting on what we hear to inject innovation and unprecedented value into the industry.
To deliver first class software solutions that enhance customers' product productivity and hence, their profitability and competitive effectiveness.
In the Digital Age, data is the backbone of the enterprise. Getting the metrics you need to optimize your asset management system is the first step. But to truly drive meaningful improvement, you need to go beyond collecting the numbers. You need analysis that gives you insight into your operations and identifies opportunities for improvement.What are we about? Connections. We connect you to your assets, your employees, and your customers. We connect your business operations to your big data. We connect your fleet to the Internet of Things. And most importantly, we stay connected with our customers, our roots, and our core values.I.D. Systems was founded by two Stanford University engineering classmates in 1993 to explore how radio frequency identification (RFID) technology could be used to manage data from vehicular fleets. In 1995, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) saw the value in collecting and analyzing metrics gathered from testing scenarios, then using that information to optimize delivery operations. They awarded I.D. Systems a $6.6 million contract to develop and implement a custom tracking system, and we were off and running. By 1997, we found ourselves filling a market need that most fleet operators didn’t know they had. And by 1999, our technology had proven so successful that we took the company public.Compared to today, the amount of data we were able to collect in the 90s was pretty small. As wireless technology exploded, we dedicated our resources and our expertise to research and development. Our customers needed deep insights, and we were committed to providing them. That commitment hasn’t wavered since.Over twenty years later, our solutions have grown more sophisticated as we firmly settle into the Digital Age. Today, there’s no lack of data. The Internet of Things has connected the world, and it produces massive amounts of information that can be unmanageable. The challenge is harnessing that data, finding what’s important, and using detailed analysis to drive continual improvements in operations and profit.