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IoT Based Asset Tracking System - Zerone Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
IoT Based Asset Tracking System
The existing system used by the customer could only track a few thousand assets and was able to generate only a few standard set of reports. As the number of assets tracked grew exponentially, the system started to break at the seams. The Tracking devices were from different manufacturers following different protocols. There was no proper integration among the devices to send instant alerts. There are thousands of tracking devices spread across multiple geographies, that are moving. The configuration and troubleshooting of these devices incurred heavy costs, which was a logistics challenge. The existing system did not provide sophisticated Analytics, Business Intelligence and Insights from the data
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IoT Based Health Monitoring System - Zerone Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
IoT Based Health Monitoring System
The primary challenge was to monitor the progress of the plans adopted by the patients. In most cases, the patient will start with a plan and give up in the middle. It is important to motivate them to continue through the plan.
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Mobile – Based Solution To Integrate Disparate IoT Devices - Zerone Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Mobile – Based Solution To Integrate Disparate IoT Devices
The quality of water is assessed against several parameters (around16+) using numerous sensors placed at the respective locations. The information generated by the sensors is in a form incomprehensible to humans (in bits and bytes). The staff that monitor water quality had to visit the location physically to check the parameters. This consumed a lot of time. One person is responsible for monitoring water quality at multiple locations. Most of the times, all the parameters will be within their thresholds. Only when the parameters go out of thresholds, the responsible person need to act upon it. So, ideally, an application should monitor water parameters at fixed intervals and give appropriate alarms to the responsible person, only when some parameters need attention. There were multiple types of instruments and different versions of the same type of instrument placed at several locations to check the quality of water. All these devices generated a huge quantity of data. The customer required an application that integrated all their IoT devices and provided reports, analytics and insights from a central depository.
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