The Internet of Things (IoT) is about much more than just smart toasters…
For the corporation, it enables collection and analysis of data from sensors on manufacturing equipment, pipelines, weather stations, smart meters, delivery trucks and other types of machinery. IoT analytics applications can help companies understand the IoT data, with an eye toward reducing maintenance costs, avoiding equipment failures and improving business operations.
- Transform IoT data into actionable information
- Solve business problems with new insights
- Discover unknown trends, inefficiencies, wasted resources
- Build new procedures, revenue streams, and automation services, and incorporate them into the existing processes
By mapping out a business strategy, we help customers get the most out of new technology and business insights to create value.
We build solutions that incorporate all the necessary components so that asset data reaches all necessary touch points, enabling businesses to use their data right away.
We make your data accessible and usable in existing procedures.
We allow customers to manage and scale their IoT solutions into new and current systems.
We help our customers navigate the selection and integration process with:
- Platform Architecture
- Vendor Selection
Some innovative use cases:
Although the applications for IoT are vast, the strategy, infrastructure, and analytics involved with it aren't. Below are some examples for innovative uses of IoT.
- Cart Tracking
Carts tracking in retail can determine the order and location of selected products, which tells a lot about customer selection habits.
- Queue Analysis
Predict queue lengths and waiting time to add IoT sensors data and machine learning techniques open a new space of improvement to increase sales and upscale average ticket.
Safety and Security
- Vehicle Identification
Security professionals have at their disposal a range of devices that support the security function, i.e. closed-circuit TVs, and x-ray scanners. Machine learning can help detect security threats.
Energy and Utility
- Energy Fraud Detection
Advanced analytic helps utilities to identify risks of fraud or improper behavior resulting in losses. Through a mix of business rules, anomaly detection, and predictive analytics, we detect risky behavior, giving a fraud risk score to any event.
- Field Intelligence
Industrial companies gather, analyze, store and relay data from oil field equipment resulting in cost savings, reduced maintenance costs, lengthened machinery lifespan and more efficient performance for a workload in demanding environments.
- Predictive Maintenance
IoTs can transform field service and help manage assets. With Predictive Maintenance, we can analyze large volumes of operational data and apply predictive insights in real time.
- Fleet Management
Fleet Management solutions are ideal for any business with multiple vehicles. It can help industries in oil and gas, forestry, construction, mining and utilities that need to protect field workers and streamline their operations.
- Supply Tracking
The logistics & transportation industry has an ever-increasing demand for smarter goods delivery and raw fulfillment processes.
- Precision Agriculture
By gleaning data generated from GPS and sensors on the field and farming equipment, and using big data analytics, farmers have been able to improve crop yields, water utilization, etc.
- Precision Viticulture
Sensors across the vineyard upload data on such metrics as soil humidity, air humidity, the sunshine, and intensity of the sunshine, temperature, and rainfall to the cloud.
- Behavior Analytics
Organizations and institutions find known and hidden threats using ML, behavior baseline, peer group analytics and advanced correlation. Actions can be taken based on risk ratings and supporting evidence.
- Patient Flow Safety
Create efficiency by tracking patient flow with IoT sensors and location devices is essential in an emergency department, operating room, surgery center or medical clinic.
- Wandering Management
IoT data sensors integration and analytics can help promote independent living for patients with Alzheimer’s or other cognitive conditions.
- Smart Traffic Management
Traffic signals and sensors regulate the flow of traffic through the city in response to demand.
- Smart Trash Collection
Wireless sensors use ultrasound to tell how full a trash bin is. The information links up with systems meant to optimize trash collection routes.