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Wireless Control Smart Switch for Electrical Appliances - Faststream Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Wireless Control Smart Switch for Electrical Appliances
The client requirement was to develop an IoT-based device, which can control the on-off of any electrical device at home by using wireless technologies. The device is connected to the internet via Wi-Fi, and access through the smartphone application.
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IT services provider XenitAB gains efficiency with auto-scaling thanks to Citrix - Citrix Industrial IoT Case Study
IT services provider XenitAB gains efficiency with auto-scaling thanks to Citrix
Because Xenit used Amazon Web Services (AWS), Gottschlag wanted a solution for application delivery that worked seamlessly with AWS and that was extensible to give Xenit customers an option for incorporating other public cloud solutions into their cloud portfolios. The solution also needed to make application delivery easier to manage and more cost effective.
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The Royal Victoria Hotel - Digi Industrial IoT Case Study
The Royal Victoria Hotel
The Royal Victoria’s 20-year-old Mitel system, with separate analogue voicemail system, needed to be replaced. The hotel required a modern communications solution that would:Connect the hotel's 160 employees.Provide call logging to help monitor business performance and control costs.Provide communications to mobile members of the team such as the night porters.Improve guest WiFi internet access.
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Siemens Wants to Reduce Time to Market by Speeding up Cycle Times - Revenera Industrial IoT Case Study
Siemens Wants to Reduce Time to Market by Speeding up Cycle Times
To reduce time to market by speeding up cycle times, and reduce manufacturing and inventory costs, of complex building system automation equipment.
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Automotive manufacturer increases productivity for cylinder-head production by 2 - IBM Industrial IoT Case Study
Automotive manufacturer increases productivity for cylinder-head production by 2
IBM
Daimler AG was looking for a way to maximize the number of flawlessly produced cylinder-heads at its Stuttgart factory by making targeted process adjustments. The company also wanted to increase productivity and shorten the ramp-up phase of its complex manufacturing process.
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Improving “people flow” in 1.1 million elevators globally - IBM Industrial IoT Case Study
Improving “people flow” in 1.1 million elevators globally
IBM
KONE already provided traditional maintenance services for its more than 400,000 building owner and facilities management customers, but it sought cloud-based analytics technology to capture and use the vast amount of data generated by its elevator and escalator equipment worldwide to transform its service offerings. “We knew that digitalization was changing the industry, and we wanted to become a forerunner, not a follower in this development,” says Markus Huuskonen, the Director of Maintenance Processes and Connected Services at KONE.
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IoT Solutions In Medical Clinics - TEKTELIC  Industrial IoT Case Study
IoT Solutions In Medical Clinics
Proper storage plays a vital role in safeguarding the integrity of pharmaceutical products. Many drugs, medicine, and other pharmaceuticals are susceptible to temperature and humidity levels, and as such, have stringent storage requirements.Improper storage can result in medications losing their efficacy or becoming harmful to patients. To avoid deterioration in pharmaceutical product quality, clinic operators must consistently and accurately measure, monitor, and track real-time conditions in pharmaceutical storage cabinets. Controlling these conditions presents a significant challenge for medical facilities, as manually checking temperature and humidity is inefficient and labor-intensive, also carrying the risk of human error in measurement accuracy and reporting. IoT technologies are enabling medical practitioners to automate temperature monitoring of pharmaceutical storage cabinets. As one of the most renowned private medical clinics in Switzerland, the Merian Iselin Clinic sought a reliable and effective method of remotely monitoring and maintaining ideal temperature and humidity conditions within its pharmaceutical storage cabinets.
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AxFina Finds Speed and Regulation with Azure Migration - Microsoft Azure Industrial IoT Case Study
AxFina Finds Speed and Regulation with Azure Migration
With AxFina’s desire to innovate and scale and regulatory requirements looming, they turned to Hungarian IT company DIGITAL Kft. to help them migrate the entirety of its IT applications to the cloud. Microsoft Azure became the ideal solution to ensure AxFina maintained security, regulatory compliance, and speed.
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How Traditional Defenses Let Major Threats Slip through - DarkTrace Industrial IoT Case Study
How Traditional Defenses Let Major Threats Slip through
 As a global company with over 1,200 employees and 24 subsidiaries, KTR systems has a diverse and complex digital infrastructure to protect. With increasingly subtle and sophisticated cyber-attacks targeting every corner of the digital ecosystems, the IT team sought a new approach that could detect and autonomously respond to these threats.
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Unified Quality Inspection Standards for Brand Owners and Multiple Factories - Huawei Industrial IoT Case Study
Unified Quality Inspection Standards for Brand Owners and Multiple Factories
In the 3C industry and the automotive industry, the consistency of the measurement standards of upstream parts processing manufacturers and OEMs is important. How to quickly and efficiently sample the quality of parts according to the standards after OEM manufacturers receive parts, digitize the test results in real-time and share with other business systems and make them traceable, are common pain points in the industry.
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Mitsubishi Electric’s Fast Stepwise-learning AI Shortens Motion Learning - Mitsubishi Electric Industrial IoT Case Study
Mitsubishi Electric’s Fast Stepwise-learning AI Shortens Motion Learning
Due to declining workforces in ageing societies such as Japan, securing sufficient human resources is becoming increasingly difficult, which in turn is raising the demand for AI that can support efficient mechanized operations. New production facilities, however, present special challenges due to differences in pre-learned and actual shop environments, resulting in huge amounts of time devoted to teaching AI before it can be implemented on a full scale.
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Seawage Overflow Reduction - Opti Industrial IoT Case Study
Seawage Overflow Reduction
DOEE identified intelligent retention as an important option for limiting wet-weather discharge, storing water on-site for use, and informing future improvements to District infrastructure.
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Large-scale Implementation of Wireless Predictive Maintenance - Petasense Industrial IoT Case Study
Large-scale Implementation of Wireless Predictive Maintenance
In 2016, Arizona Public Service (APS) decided to enter the California ISO (CAISO) market, which allows them to sell power into the California market. One of their key assets was Sundance, a 420 MW unmanned peaker plant located 50 miles outside Phoenix. The entry into the CA energy market meant that starts tripled and run hours doubled almost immediately at the plant. They started looking for wireless Predictive Maintenance (PdM) system because the running hours were typically when no one was on site, which meant that traditional forms of PdM were not possible. Typically, a specialist would collect vibration and other condition data on equipment, but it had to be taken during operation, and it was difficult to get personnel out to the site.“Reliability was foremost on our minds,” commented Don Lamontagne, Supervisor of Equipment Reliability Engineering. “We faced huge loss of potential revenue, as well as fines if we weren’t able to generate power when it’s needed.”
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Threats Managed: How This Global Intelligence Agency Keeps Its Clients, People a - BlackBerry Industrial IoT Case Study
Threats Managed: How This Global Intelligence Agency Keeps Its Clients, People a
Whether protecting a VIP, evacuating a hot zone, or dealing with highly sensitive data or physical assets, a global intelligence and threat management firm TAM-C Solutions applies a strategic, data-driven approach that produces results, no matter how difficult the circumstances, identifying threats to client personnel, operations, assets, and the client’s brand.  For instance, at the height of the COVID-19 breakout, TAM-C was responsible for managing the logistics for the high-profile evacuation of a group of students stranded in Lima, Peru. The private agency simultaneously coordinated flights out of the country and travel from remote regions to the U.S. Embassy without incident.  Battle-Tested, Client-Focused“TAM-C’s analysts work in extremely close proximity to our clients, which include Fortune 100 companies, academic institutions, non-governmental organizations, and humanitarian agencies all over the world,” says Richman. “It’s not uncommon to have 50 or more staff working at a client’s facility off-site, supporting them on a 24x7 basis. It’s part of our relationship with them, a partnership we forge with each client.” TAM-C’s specialized services rely on its proprietary Fusion system, a patented artificial intelligence platform that perpetually collects and collates data from a wide range of sources. These include publicly available information via social media and the dark web, data on groups and persons of interest, and threats from extremist factions. Fusion automatically analyzes and ranks all collected data by relevance. The findings are assessed by highly skilled security analysts, who then coordinate with teams assigned to client organizations.  
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Copps Industries’ sales have tripled since going live with Deacom ERP - Deacom Industrial IoT Case Study
Copps Industries’ sales have tripled since going live with Deacom ERP
Since 1979, Copps Industries has provided epoxy resins to civil engineering, mining, electronics, and adhesive markets around the world. Its reactive polymers had countless applications, yet the company could only scale to meet market demand once it had strong process control and flexibility delivered by Deacom’s Managed Cloud Services.Before adopting Deacom ERP, Copps ran on dated technology coupled with a significant number of manual workarounds to fill in process gaps. A company with customers around the world, Copps relied on people to deliver scalable and repeatable processes and, as a result, had to limit the volume of SKUs so it was manageable for their small team. In addition, Copps was saddled with an outdated disk-operating system (DOS) that no longer supported its business needs and employees struggled with managing a paper trail of documents.Copps also endured the retirement of two 20+ year veterans, who took with them their skills and processes when they left the company. This led to issues with process control and even onboarding and educating new employees. Copps Industries needed a solution that would tighten process control, scale with its business, and centralize information so that anyone could access it, at any time.In order to overcome these challenges, Copps needed to upgrade to a more robust cloud-based offering. The company was in search of a solution that would allow them to easily scale their business, ensure process control and centralize information. Copps outgrew the existing ways of working and needed a solution that would provide the flexibility they needed to improve productivity and efficiency. 
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Reliable incident alerting for critical IT systems at German health insurance pr - Derdack Industrial IoT Case Study
Reliable incident alerting for critical IT systems at German health insurance pr
Debeka’s IT monitoring monitors both the critical IT infrastructure with more than 4000 VMs and critical applications and services, e.g. customer applications. Debeka IT is the basis for core applications of the insurance business. In the event of critical disruptions, it is, therefore, necessary to respond promptly and 24/7.Before the introduction of Enterprise Alert, Debeka used a solution developed in-house. In order to reduce maintenance and servicing costs and to avoid having to use its own capacities for further development, Debeka opted for a purchased solution. The solution had to be flexible enough to take over the existing processes, but also offer additional functions and be future-proof. In addition, the product should have a GUI.
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5G+AI: Production Process Bottleneck Analysis - Huawei Industrial IoT Case Study
5G+AI: Production Process Bottleneck Analysis
In the product assembly operation involving people in the factory production line, the general actions usually include fixed operation procedures such as: reaching out, grasping, moving objects, assembling. After the operator works for a long time or is disturbed, the assembly action will be omitted and it might cause misoperation. It's also necessary to identify the problems existing in the action through action analysis so that the sequence and method of the action can be improved.
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Robotic Guidance: Automatic Wheel Mounting - VISIO NERF Industrial IoT Case Study
Robotic Guidance: Automatic Wheel Mounting
There are many challenges to address when designing applications that can improve performance, flow, and quality. These challenges involve rotors and the process of installing tires:Over 60 different edges are used for different types of surfaces (dark, matte, glossy), which makes 2D camera systems difficult to capture due to the influence of lighting solutions on different types of surfaces.The bolts are pre-installed on every router. Each bolt cap has a small surface area, which means a 3D, high-resolution vision system is necessary to accurately locate the point cloud for each bolt cap. During installation, the rotor has random rotation, which means that the bolts are in different positions for each installation, and a solution is needed that will identify the bolt positions.The solution also needed to be capable of 3D matching or large point clouds, as the rotor could rotate 15 degrees in both directions along with the vehicle.In addition to these technical factors, the part is heavy and has a limited cycle time of only 3.5 seconds for full point cloud grabbing and processing.
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Rural Hospital - Kittitas Valley Healthcare - Augmedix Industrial IoT Case Study
Rural Hospital - Kittitas Valley Healthcare
As a small regional rural health system, KVH understands the importance of providing its clinicians with the support they need to maintain quality outcomes, reduce costs, and improve the patient experience—the Triple Aim of health care. KVH also understands the importance of providing a healthy work-life balance for its clinicians by reducing administrative burdens. As part of that effort, KVH uses scribes to assist providers with documentation and entering data into the EMR.Because of its rural location, KVH found itself struggling to recruit and retain high-performing scribes. While some were medical students from a local college, others had little to no experience in a clinical environment, which made training essential. That training, however, could take six to eight months and, in the end, wasn’t very effective in reducing high scribe turnover rates. Carrie Barr, Chief of Clinic Operations for KVH, wanted to continue offering scribes to KVH clinicians but knew she needed a different approach.
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Jacobs Douwe Egberts: Effectively mitigating risks with OT cybersecurity insight - CGI Industrial IoT Case Study
Jacobs Douwe Egberts: Effectively mitigating risks with OT cybersecurity insight
CGI
JDE needed a partner with the expertise to provide a comprehensive overview of all cybersecurity risks and vulnerabilities across its factories. This included all operational technology computing systems used to manage the entire industrial operation.
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Closer To Becoming world's Most Digitized Bottling Operation - CyberArk Industrial IoT Case Study
Closer To Becoming world's Most Digitized Bottling Operation
While digitization is increasing efficiency and significantly growing customer engagement, it also comes with several challenges, not least being the growing risk of cyberattacks.This led the company’s Australian, Pacific and Indonesian operations (CCEP API) to create a three-year roadmap for developing and implementing enhanced security measures. A key element of the plan has been to improve existing privileged access management processes and gain heightened oversight and control over the use of elevated credentials.
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Automated Car Wash System Puts Shine on Wireless LAN and WAN - Cradlepoint Industrial IoT Case Study
Automated Car Wash System Puts Shine on Wireless LAN and WAN
Motor City Wash Works knew its end-to-end, as-a-service car wash technology system could revolutionize how car wash businesses optimize operations, but first, it would need to address connectivity.Everything from machinery data to PCI-compliant point-of-sale information depends on 24x7 network access. Thus, any downtime is costly and manual, making in-person troubleshooting unrealistic and inefficient. 
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Apartments Upgraded with Exceder LED Low Frequency Sounders to Meet New Codes - Eaton Industrial IoT Case Study
Apartments Upgraded with Exceder LED Low Frequency Sounders to Meet New Codes
The challenge for DFI was to bring the apartment building up to the latest fire alarm codes, including the new sleeping room requirements listed in both the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 72 National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code as well as the NFPA 720 Standard for Installation Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detection and Warning Equipment. To improve the effectiveness of awakening individuals, the codes state that audible appliances provided in sleeping areas are now required to produce different low-frequency alarm signals - T3 for fire and T4 for Carbon Monoxide (CO) detection.
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The Convergence of Predictive and Preventative Maintenance for Mill Reliability - General Electric Industrial IoT Case Study
The Convergence of Predictive and Preventative Maintenance for Mill Reliability
Gerdau was looking to reduce their annual maintenance spend while also improving productivity, thus targeting margin improvements within their manufacturing operations. 
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How a major player in the oil & gas industry decreased downtime - Fiix Software Industrial IoT Case Study
How a major player in the oil & gas industry decreased downtime
Sean Simon is the SVP of Operations at CIG Logistics, where sand is transloaded and stored for third parties in the oil and gas industry. Before looking into CMMS solutions, his team spent three years trying to manage their maintenance operations with a paper-based system, leaving them with the major issue of not being able to gather or access data. “There’s no way to mine paper. There was no daily summary, no way of tying together comments or keywords.” As a result, trying to track and schedule preventive maintenance was nearly impossible. “It was like owning a car in the 1950s. You had to try to remember the last time you did something and guess at the maintenance that needed to be done in the future”.
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Saving millions by avoiding expensive downtime for hydraulic fracturing equipmen - Luxoft Industrial IoT Case Study
Saving millions by avoiding expensive downtime for hydraulic fracturing equipmen
To extract shale oil and gas, specialized equipment is used to fracture rock via a process called hydraulic fracturing (or “fracking”). To do this efficiently, users must know when their equipment needs maintenance. If the equipment stops working while in the well, millions of dollars are lost due to downtime and logistics. Additionally, our client, a major oilfield equipment company, needed a way to make their product stand out. They wanted to accomplish this by providing oil and gas software solutions but had no idea on how to develop and deliver software in the cloud.
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The Biggest Challenge for FinTechs Worldwide - Aspire Systems Industrial IoT Case Study
The Biggest Challenge for FinTechs Worldwide
Among FinTechs globally, 81 percent have reported data to be their biggest technical challenge. These data issues are split between leveraging data for AI-ML (faced by 41 percent) and connecting to customer applications and data systems (faced by 40 percent). More data issues faced by FinTechs are security (40 percent) and deployment in multiple clouds (39 percent).The consequences of data issues faced in leveraging data for AI in deriving valuable insights is trouble faced to innovate further due to a lack of clear picture about the type of products and services that customers require and about the businesses themselves. The lack of ability to connect to customer applications directly impacts the user experience and the ability to offer their present products to the wider customer base.Also, the consequences include the inability to secure partnerships with incumbent banks, and the more serious one of a lack of regulatory compliance. The above two consequences could bring into question the aspect of survivability and data issues at the root of them should be solved before they take effect.
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Tronergy: IT Technology Company - Alibaba Cloud (Aliyun, 阿里云) Industrial IoT Case Study
Tronergy: IT Technology Company
According to Tronergy's experience, many clients are accustomed to using traditional web hosting services. But as their projects evolved, it was difficult for them to increase the bandwidth or improve performance dynamically and automatically by only using traditional web hosting solutions.Clients may also require the integration of several other business solutions to quickly customize their projects, such as adding text messaging (SMS), optical character recognition (OCR), email push, and chatbot features. Building a new solution from scratch would be unacceptable for many businesses as the time and cost required will be too high.
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A Force Multiplier for Third-Party Cyber Risk Management - CyberGRX Industrial IoT Case Study
A Force Multiplier for Third-Party Cyber Risk Management
In 2012 Blackstone initiated a third-party risk management program that consisted of spreadsheets and phone calls. As their business grew rapidly, with 4 to 6 vendors coming on every month, they realized that a program based on spreadsheets and phone calls couldn’t keep up. This challenge wasn’t unique to Blackstone. Their entire portfolio, over 100 companies, shared the challenge of third-party risk management programs that weren’t scaling as quickly as the risks were growing.As Blackstone engaged with its portfolio to solve this common problem, it became apparent that most of the companies were using different methodologies to support their third-party risk programs, there was a lot of overlap among common vendors that were being assessed by multiple companies, and findings from assessments were rarely shared.
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Developed a digitalized warehouse management system - Cygnet Infotech Industrial IoT Case Study
Developed a digitalized warehouse management system
Manual errors in warehouse managementProblems such as inventory theft, delayed shipment, and the need for double verification of inventory
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