Accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things
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Sensus

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United States
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Sensus helps public service providers, including utilities and cities, reach farther by doing more with their infrastructure to improve quality of life in their communities.

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From utilities to cities to industrial parks and campuses―our solutions empower you to build interconnected systems with intelligence at every point. So you can be more responsive. Smarter. And make the most efficient, cost-effective decisions.

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Hardware
Hardware that enables dual directional communication for data collection and control message delivery. Examples include cellular, Ethernet, and Wi-Fi.
Sensors transform energy into electrical data; they are the eyes and ears of IoT. Actuators transform electrical data into energy; they are the muscle of IoT.
Technologies that enable legacy devices and other systems to connect to the IoT. They integrate technologies and protocols for networking.
Products used by end users that contain IoT technologies. Examples include enabled equipment, wearables, hand-held scanners, and tracking devices.
Software
Horizontal applications are standardized (e.g., asset tracking). Vertical applications are tailored to specific needs (e.g., delivery fleet management).
APIs are the market enabler for IoT. They allow users to manage devices, enable data transfer between software, and provide access capabilities.
IoT analytics includes real-time or edge computing and batch analysis. Analytics can be behavioral, descriptive, predictive, or prescriptive.
Visualization solutions use dashboards, alerts, events, maps, and other tools to present easily comprehensible data to end users.
Services
System integrators link IoT component subsystems, customize solutions, and ensure that IoT systems communicate with existing operational systems.
IoT data management consultancies help to make sense of big data, decide which data to maintain and for how long, and troubleshoot IT issues.
Number of Case Studies6
Water District Improves Meter Read Accuracy
Water District Improves Meter Read Accuracy
Headquartered in Perris, California, EMWD provides services to seven cities in Riverside County and is California’s sixth-largest water agency. With 795,000 individuals served and counting, the Southern California water provider is quickly installing meters to keep up with its expanding customer base. In the past four years alone, the utility has installed more than 7,000 new residential and commercial meters. With a growing number of customers to gather data from each month and California’s ongoing drought creating new regulatory challenges, the organization needed to conserve time and water.
智能水网
智能水网
Etowah Water & Sewer Authority(简称“该机构”)坐落于拉尼尔湖和阿巴拉契亚山脉之间,距离亚特兰大以北约一小时路程。该机构于 1980 年获特许建立,旨在通过合理管理水资源改善其客户生活质量、社区及环境,每天通过 175 英里的管道为 5,400 名消费者提供服务并处理 150 万加仑的水资源。“我们的公用事业虽然规模较小、相对年轻,但是重视对社区的承诺,”Etowah Water & Sewer Authority 的总经理 Brooke Anderson 分享了其看法,“我们的客户相信我们能够就我们有限的水资源做出扎实的决定。因此,我们的供应商必须同样可靠,并且专注于与我们合作让各方受益。”
Benton PUD Builds a Foundation for the Future
Automate meter reading capabilities and improve customer service
Number of Software1
FlexNet System
FlexNet System
The Sensus FlexNet™ communication system is an industry-respected and time-tested communications platform delivering high-speed, reliable, scalable and secure data via long-range radio. This award winning smart metering infrastructure supports Mission Critical IoT, tailoring its offering to a utility’s individual business case.
Number of Memberships1
Internet Protocol (IP) for Smart Object Alliance (IPSO Alliance)
Internet Protocol (IP) for Smart Object Alliance (IPSO Alliance)
Our strategy is to embrace the promise of the Internet of Things, Intelligent Autonomous Machines, and the creation of a Data Marketplace. We desire to create a consensus-based Alliance very focused on Smart Object Model definition for the distribution and alignment with existing formal and relevant standards development organizations. We do not want to create a standalone definition or one-off standard, but rather our work effort is to create a unified open viewpoint for large scale adoption.There is a market need and urgency for industry leadership in the definition of the next generation of Smart Objects and the IPSO Alliance is up to the challenge. No doubt, it is critical in this new era that we continue to drive towards openness and interoperability of Smart Objects, but also we need to drive towards a common understanding and method of identity and privacy.The IPSO Alliance is updating its charter to include new generation Smart Object definitions that contain a number of additional attributes for example: Immutable Identity Model, Protocol Model, Physical Model, Data Model, Resource Model, Service Model and Autonomous Model. These attributes, combined together with references to industry standards, define the next generation IPSO Smart Object Framework.The IPSO Alliance continues to a be focused special interest group (SIG) comprised of a diverse international membership of companies and non-profit organizations focused on developing the definition of this Smart Object Framework with an emphasis on the aspects of Identity and Privacy.
Number of Similar Suppliers8
Gemalto
Gemalto
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DAQRI
DAQRI
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PHYTEC
PHYTEC
Founded in 1986 by Karl Neubecker, PHYTEC remains a majority family-owned enterprise, with minority ownership shares held by the managers of our operational divisions in Germany, North America, France, and India. With no debt or external financing, PHYTEC has funded its continued growth and expanding international presence entirely through operations. In 1987 we were the first company to launch an OEM-able module, which was based on a Siemens 8051 8-bit microcontroller. Over two decades later, we are still supporting cutting edge application processor technologies on our System on Modules. In addition to our SOMs, we offer a complete set of services: systems integration, hardware and software design, mechanical design, and manufacturing. Our products have been deployed in thousands of systems across a wide range of industries and applications, such as control and automation, medical, test and measurement, automotive, energy, transportation, and more. We provide end to end solutions for companies seeking full product development support from a single source, enabling them to shorten time-to-market, reduce development costs and avoid substantial design risk in bringing products to market.
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