|Supplier Slogan||A Complete Sensor Solution that Deploys in Minutes||Bringing IIoT and Big Data to the Edge of Innovation||We Make Industry Smarter.||IoT Application Platform||Better Buildings. Better Business.||Be In Motion|
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|Employees||201 - 1,000||< 10||11 - 50||11 - 50||11 - 50||201 - 1,000||51 - 200||11 - 50||11 - 50|
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Samsara builds sensor systems that combine wireless sensors with remote networking and cloud-based analytics - all in an easy-to-use, software-centric solution. Samsara believes that by making sensors simple to deploy and their data easy to consume, customers will be able to deploy them by the thousands, and in places they've never been used before.
Wi-NEXT is an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Solution Provider delivering complete hardware and software solutions that collect data from machines and sensors, and use analytics and machine learning to identify inefficiencies and offer operational actions. Year founded: 2015
Elmodis provides an integrated hardware and cloud based software solution that enables manufacturers and users of electric motors (EM) and EM-powered machines to remotely monitor performance of their equipment in real time, based only on electric parameters. Elmodis was founded by an experienced team of engineers that had worked for more than 15 years for European industrial customers in the areas of machine monitoring and diagnostics, predictive maintenance and energy efficiency. The technology applied in their implementations was developed in-house, based only on measuring current and voltage from electric engines powering those machines. The whole solution is patent-pending and has been proven in various industrial applications. Year founded: 2015
TempoIQ is an IoT Analytics platform that helps companies solve their biggest IoT data problems. We provide APIs to store, analyze and monitor the large datasets that power our customer’s connected applications. By providing real-time analytics as a platform,it helps companies produce insights in minutes over months.
Lucid pioneered behavioral efficiency and occupant engagement technology in commercial buildings. The company is now endeavoring to transform the energy management industry with an operating system for buildings. Lucid's BuildingOS aggregates energy and water data from 150+ metering and building systems into one unified source, including building automation, submeters, lighting and plug load controls, and on-site generation. Lucid’s Building Dashboard enables energy reduction competitions, showcases real-time building performance and green features, and empowers occupants to become active participants in energy management.
Based in Nuremberg, Baumüller is a leading manufacturer of electric automation and drive systems. Our employees are planning, developing, fabricating and installing intelligent system solutions for mechanical engineering at more than 40 locations worldwide – from the user interface and motion control software as per PLCopen, software modules and controls all the way to converters, electric motors and the entire service program for automation solutions. Baumüller’s full range of services also includes the areas of service, installation, assembly and relocation. Baumüller is one of the leading automation partners in mechanical engineering worldwide.
Beckwith Electric is the leading provider of innovative solutions for Smart Grid Volt/VAr Optimization and Conservation Voltage Reduction. These smart grid strategies provide huge energy savings and free up critical electric power system capacity. Beckwith’s field-proven smart controls for transformers, regulators and capacitor banks incorporate the latest technologies in microprocessor architecture and communications. Features include real time power quality metering capable of detecting damaging harmonics, sags, swells, faults, and sub-synchronous transients with massive nonvolatile memory for data recording. Communications options include 128-bit encrypted Bluetooth for laptop connection in the field from the comfort of a fleet cab, and true Ethernet capability allowing multiple concurrent sessions using DNP, Modbus, and IEC 61850 for remote access.
GridSense develops innovative, practical and cost effective monitoring solutions for the power sector. GridSense provides technology and services that help customers address the limitations of an old and aging infrastructure. Since the company’s beginnings, GridSense has developed and successfully commercialized ‘world first’ technology such as continuous sampling and adaptive sensing into advanced line sensors. GridSense pioneered advanced, affordable remote monitoring solutions for distribution transformers, as well as underground and other hard-to-reach network assets. Combining deep industry experience and technical knowhow with creative ideas, GridSense creates intelligent, reliable and leading-edge technologies that add value to customers’ businesses and shape the future of the modern power system. Working in partnership with customers and other trusted industry professionals, GridSense provides a range of monitoring solutions from portable rugged devices through to some of the world’s most complete, powerful network monitoring systems. Integrating advanced sensing and measurement capabilities with remote communications and computing technologies, GridSense has developed a range of offerings that address all the critical points along the electricity delivery system. The company’s growing product and services portfolio is driven by the passion of its employees to continue creating solutions that comprehensively meet and exceed the current and future needs of the electricity industry.
Prism helps makes sense of a visual world. Their unique cloud service transforms any video camera into a business intelligence tool that can be accessed from any device. Retailers large and small, as well as other customers, use Prism’s platform to remotely audit, manage, and optimize their real-world businesses.
Wi-NEXT and IBM have joined forces to offer a unique IIoT proposition to help manufacturers improve their decision-driving processes. By making performance data available in real-time, plant management professionals save money and improve operating and quality efficiency by preventing failures and adjusting quality and processes in a way never seen before and with a clear and simple-to-understand return on investment. Wi-NEXT brings a tremendous opportunity for manufacturers to move from simple connectivity to true Internet-based integration with enterprise-grade applications, providing a wealth of new data that can be collected, analyzed and acted upon to significantly improve asset availability and performance. Wi-STREAMS Platform is a complete and powerful edgeware solution that allows manufacturers to make their machines smarter thanks to a very simple-to-understand value proposition and high ROI, representing a huge opportunity both for vendors of machines and manufacturers in industries with very low margins. The Wi-NEXT Wi-STREAMS Platform helps manufacturers to improve process efficiency and quality control even in highly automated environments, usually a plant floor, or in challenging low-cost environments, for example at Point of Sale, with a high ROI due to the low initial cost and simple deployment.
A lot has been written about the Industrial IoT (or “Industry 4.0”, as it’s called in Europe) and to many it seems another buzzword without any actual meaning. Indeed, it‘s very difficult to imagine its trillion dollar impact on the economy, many billions of connected devices, or billions of dollars to be spent on IIoT solutions by companies, without seeing actual examples. However, if we go down to a factory level, it all starts to make more sense. As we can read in a special report about Industrial IoT prepared by World Economic Forum and Accenture: “With the Industrial Internet, manufacturers are already using new software capabilities to improve operational efficiency through predictive maintenance, and achieving results such as savings on scheduled repairs (12%), reduced maintenance costs (nearly 30%) and fewer breakdowns (almost 70%)”. An “IIoT State of Initiative Survey Report” by Smart Industry (May 2015) indicates that the two top benefits driving the adoption of Industrial IoT are to optimize asset utilization and reduce operational cost. For any industrial plant (in manufacturing, oil & gas, energy, mining, etc.) to operate properly, hundreds of machines are needed to work on site. In short, they power key industrial processes by moving things around: air, water, raw materials, chemicals, or even the entire production line. These are mainly pumps, compressors, industrial fans, conveyor belts, etc. What they all have in common are electric motors that power them. Elmodis team has developed standard models of electricity flows for the most common industrial machines, formulating an integrated hardware and cloud based software solution that enables manufacturers and users of electric motors (EM) and EM-powered machines to remotely monitor performance of their equipment in real time, based only on electric parameters.
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IoT Snapshot: Hardware
|Processors & Boards|
|Sensors & Actuators|
|Devices & Equipment|
IoT Snapshot: Software
|Software as a Service|
|Platform as a Service|
|Infrastructure as a Service|
IoT Snapshot: Service
|Construction & Buildings|
|Equipment & Machinery|
|Logistics & Warehousing|