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Is Wired Monitoring Still Relevant? Wired vs. Wireless
Is Wired Monitoring Still Relevant? Wired vs. Wireless
Is Wired Monitoring Still Relevant? Wired vs. Wireless
Enviromon
While the many benefits of environmental sensors for preventing damage to assets and equipment, automation, IT management and smart facilities are well documented and commonly discussed, many businesses are still unsure as to whether a wired or wireless system is best for their goals.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Maintenance
Capabilities: Data Acquisition & ManagementEnvironmental Monitoring
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NIST Teams Up with Sparks Dynamics to Drive Down Energy Costs
NIST Teams Up with Sparks Dynamics to Drive Down Energy Costs
NIST Teams Up with Sparks Dynamics to Drive Down Energy Costs
Sparks Dynamics
Faced with an antiquated inefficient compressed air systemand the challenge of fully benchmarking the existing systemperformance, NIST knew they needed a professional energyally so they could focus on what they do best—technologyand standards development.


Industries: Chemicals
Functions: Product Development
Capabilities: Data VisualizationEnergy Management
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Washington, D.C. Pediatric Center Consults on Heart Disease with Immersive Video
Washington, D.C. Pediatric Center Consults on Heart Disease with Immersive Video
Washington, D.C. Pediatric Center Consults on Heart Disease with Immersive Video
Cisco
• Provide urgent pediatric care to children in developing countries• Connect medical teams internationally in real time• Increase access to education for surgical teams and nurses


Industries: Other
Functions: Product Development
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The Use of AR Technology in the Spatial Design of a Corporate Production Line
The Use of AR Technology in the Spatial Design of a Corporate Production Line
The Use of AR Technology in the Spatial Design of a Corporate Production Line
Transition Technologies
The cosmetics market requires manufacturers to make quick changes in the matters of both production and distribution. In this market segment, one of the principal marketing tools is grouping products in packages (for example, shampoo + conditioner, cream + makeup remover). So far such process has been carried out in the Polish division of L’Oréal through outsourcing, which has limited the possibilities of a dynamic reaction to market impulses.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Discrete Manufacturing
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Temboo Enabling Sky Smart Innovation
Temboo Enabling Sky Smart Innovation
Temboo Enabling Sky Smart Innovation
Temboo
SkySmart needed a reliable method to ensure safe storage conditions of avionics equipment.


Industries: Transportation
Functions: Maintenance
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LSE Group to develop Securities Data Blockchain Solution for European SMEs
LSE Group to develop Securities Data Blockchain Solution for European SMEs
LSE Group to develop Securities Data Blockchain Solution for European SMEs
IBM
Sharing secure and transparent critical network data across shareholder networks is difficult using traditional system. Furthermore, private SMEs lack access to public stock exchange networks or formalized credit structures.


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ER Telecom Turns To LoRaWAN To Accelerate Digital Transformation In Russia
ER Telecom Turns To LoRaWAN To Accelerate Digital Transformation In Russia
ER Telecom Turns To LoRaWAN To Accelerate Digital Transformation In Russia
Actility
Russia offers a unique environment for IoT connectivity compared to densely populated European countries, because of the sheer size of the Russian Federation and its sparsely-populated or empty areas where there is no GSM mobile network coverage – although these areas can still be home to industries such as mining, oil & gas production or logging. In addition, there is a specific requirement to store and process all data within Russian borders to comply with national data protection regulations.


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 Department of Energy & Climate Change
 Department of Energy & Climate Change
Department of Energy & Climate Change
Telefonica
The UK Government is requiring energy companies to install 53 million gas and electricity meters at 30 million domestic and smaller non-domestic properties by 2020. To undertake the quest, the UK Government launched the Smart Metering Implementation Programme (SMIP) 


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Handheld Spectrometer Bundles KeyASIC Wi-Fi SD card Set New Technology Benchmark
Handheld Spectrometer Bundles KeyASIC Wi-Fi SD card Set New Technology Benchmark
Handheld Spectrometer Bundles KeyASIC Wi-Fi SD card Set New Technology Benchmark
KeyASIC


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Functions: Discrete Manufacturing
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringRemote Access & Control
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KPMG’s Distributed Ledger Services meet Luxembourg
KPMG’s Distributed Ledger Services meet Luxembourg
KPMG’s Distributed Ledger Services meet Luxembourg
KPMG
In the upcoming years, we believe that interest in distributed ledgers will continue to grow around the globe.In Luxembourg, attention on the technology has surged in recent months, with digital players involved in DLT being increasingly attracted to Luxembourg.All industries combined, public institutions and private companies alike, are shifting together towards automating their internal and external processes. This phenomenon is triggering a digital convergence between market participants and will bring new opportunities for collaboration.New modes of transactions and user interactions for current products and services are emerging. We believe that industries should now internally improve their skills and competencies in order to be ready when the technology will reach its full maturity. 


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Functions: Quality Assurance
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How Augment’s Integration With Salesforce Streamlines the Sales Process
How Augment’s Integration With Salesforce Streamlines the Sales Process
How Augment’s Integration With Salesforce Streamlines the Sales Process
Augment
Coca Cola Germany’s sales team used to face a number of challenges when selling its beverage coolers.  Among the wide variety of designs and sizes available, it was difficult to find the ideal fit for each store and to show customers how Coca-Cola’s coolers would look in their space.  There seemed to be no solution that enabled customers to quickly reach a full appreciation of the product and layout.


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Functions: Other
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Desoutter streamlines the digital transformation with CodeMeter
Desoutter streamlines the digital transformation with CodeMeter
Desoutter streamlines the digital transformation with CodeMeter
WIBU-SYSTEMS
In the Industry 4.0 world, Desoutter’s customers call for a higher degree of flexibility in the way they can use their products. The company looked for a solution that could bring that level of versatility within reach for every customer and help establish Desoutter’s position as an Industrial Internet frontrunner in the market.


Industries: Automotive
Functions: Discrete ManufacturingProduct Development
Achieving Reliability and Service Quality Using the Cisco Unified Communications
Achieving Reliability and Service Quality Using the Cisco Unified Communications
Achieving Reliability and Service Quality Using the Cisco Unified Communications
Cisco
To address the challenges of proactively monitoring the very large Cisco Unified Communications global network and to achieve reliability and service quality goals, Cisco IT turned to the Cisco Unified Communications Management Suite. The Cisco® internal Unified Communications network is a very large global deployment, having more than 85,000 IP phones spread over six continents.Being in new and uncharted territory in the initial stages, the Cisco IT team first had the challenge of defining methodologies and metrics for measuring and monitoring the key components of service quality: Availability (Can I pick up the phone and get dial tone? Does my call connect? Can I leave and retrieve voicemail?)Performance (How is the voice quality? Did I get disconnected mid-call? How does the voicemail sound? How fast is the voicemail prompt?)The team also had the additional challenge of figuring out approaches, techniques, and tests to:Detect configuration issuesReduce recovery time in the event of a service failure 


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Waterford Township Improves Maintenance Consistency and Efficiency
Waterford Township Improves Maintenance Consistency and Efficiency
Waterford Township Improves Maintenance Consistency and Efficiency
GE Digital (GE)
Waterford Township has been faced with losing a significant number of DPW staff, some with more than three decades of water and wastewater knowledge, to retirement. The company began to search for a solution that would like real-time operational data from its SCADA systems to its CMMS and DMS to create standard operating procedures and work orders automatically when conditions were met in defined workflow procedures. One key aspect of the project was to get operating procedures standardized and in a format where staff in the field, who might not be familiar with the system, could follow the necessary steps to correct the issue.


Industries: Energy
Functions: Maintenance
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Fujitsu Power Appliance
Fujitsu Power Appliance
Fujitsu Power Appliance
Fujitsu
Frucor has experienced rapid growth, and with it increased volumes and complexity of business data. The company has a core SAP (System Applications and Products) system that does an excellent job of collecting and processing company-wide data. As the business continues to expand locally and internationally the company's data warehousing overhead was becoming complex, resulting in some reports taking too long to process.


Industries: Energy
Functions: Logistics & Warehousing
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Telstra's Unified Communications Solution Helps MB Century Boost Productivity
Telstra's Unified Communications Solution Helps MB Century Boost Productivity
Telstra's Unified Communications Solution Helps MB Century Boost Productivity
Telstra
As a major provider of onshore drilling services, MB Century faces special challenges in controlling operating expenses. Effective communications is of paramount importance in this regard. When employees are in the field or away from their desks, the loss of productivity associated with playing “telephone tag” can be considerable.Moreover, operating heavy equipment is inherently dangerous. At times of emergency, having reliable communications to manage urgent safety issues is essential.Aware of the productivity improvements from the introduction of TIPT two years earlier, MB Century was keen to enjoy the full benefits of Unified Communications. The company turned again to its whole-of-business telecommunications partner, Telstra, to recommend a solution.


Industries: Energy
Functions: Process Manufacturing
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F2103 for Programmable Logic Controller Monitoring
Xiamen Four-Faith Communication Technology Co., Ltd.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Logistics & Warehousing
Acquiring Quality Talent
Acquiring Quality Talent
Acquiring Quality Talent
Intel
The primary challenge faced by Intel was of employer brand perception. Being perceived as only a hardware employer, the need of the hour was to create career attractiveness for software professionals. With tremendous competition from multinationals as well as local players, it was crucial for Intel to develop a long-term brand awareness and recruitment strategy that would allow them to recognize, engage, nurture and finally bring onboard talented software professionals.Establishing a relationship with passive professionals and creating attractiveness and excitement for software openings was a challenge. Intel needed a solution to engage this passive pool of talent and make them aware of the opportunities that exist at Intel to create a proactive talent pipeline.


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Functions: Quality Assurance
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InterDigital Remote Augmentation In Multipoint Telepresence
InterDigital Remote Augmentation In Multipoint Telepresence
InterDigital Remote Augmentation In Multipoint Telepresence
InterDigital
The ability to enrich remote live video by virtual information does not exist in standard teleconferencing systems yet, partly because transmitting real-time captured 3D information over network has some disadvantages. For example, bandwidth requirements of 3D information are much higher than normal video. Also, in order to generate an accurate 3D representation, the environment must be captured from several directions. Normally, users are accustomed to pointing a video camera so that it captures only those parts of the environment that the user wants to show to remote participants of the video conference.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Product Development
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Migrating to Software-Only Licenses for More Responsive License Management
Migrating to Software-Only Licenses for More Responsive License Management
Migrating to Software-Only Licenses for More Responsive License Management
WIBU-SYSTEMS
The world’s premier shipping companies work with the software solutions of ABB Marine & Ports to get their vessels safely and efficiently to their destinations. A loyal customer of Wibu-Systems for over a decade, ABB has been relying on CodeMeter dongles to store the license keys for their ABB AbilityTM Marine Advisory System - OCTOPUS.The current version of the system is using Wibu-Systems’ robust metal-case CmStick ME, a perfect choice for the rugged conditions at sea. As satellite communications has made fast Internet connections at sea a common reality for maritime operators, the company is looking to move from physical to software solutions to streamline its logistics processes.


Industries: Transportation
Functions: Maintenance
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Protection and Licensing in Chemical Analytics
Protection and Licensing in Chemical Analytics
Protection and Licensing in Chemical Analytics
WIBU-SYSTEMS
For the launch of its new OMNIS product line, a titration platform for chemical laboratories, Swiss Metrohm AG required a protection system to safeguard the know-how invested in its software and a flexible licensing system that would allow for the creation of customized software licensing models for its laboratory instruments. One specific requirement posed by the company was the necessity to integrate the licensing and entitlement solution seamlessly with the company’s existing back office systems.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Product Development
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GenoSpace Boosts Population Analytics and Application Performance
GenoSpace Boosts Population Analytics and Application Performance
GenoSpace Boosts Population Analytics and Application Performance
Intel
GenoSpace, headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is a fastgrowing company that offers cloud-based software services designed to be HIPAA-compliant and applied across research, clinical development, pathology, and clinical care. The company’s offerings include data integration, modeling, analysis, interpretation, visualization, and collaboration capabilities for genomic and other biomedical data. Since maintaining the confidentiality of human genetic data is of paramount importance to GenoSpace, the company has made security a top priority. In an environment where breaches involving healthcare data have reached alarming levels, GenoSpace understands the costly business impact of noncompliance with HIPAA patient privacy regulations and industry-leading data security practices. For example, the Identity Theft Resource Center’s 2014 annual list of security breaches points out that the medical/healthcare sector accounted for more than 42.5% of all the breaches listed, topping all other categories. Since reporting requirements began, the US Department of Health and Human Services has tracked 944 incidents involving approximately 30 million individuals. Along with the persistence and enormity of this problem comes financial fallout. For example, in its study, 2014 Cost of Data Breach Study: Global Analysis, the Ponemon Institute estimated that the average cost of a data breach in 2014 was $3.5 million, an increase of 15% over 2013. Additionally, the average cost per record across all sectors also increased, from $188 to $201—and the per capita cost for healthcare was the highest across all industries at $316 per patient. And the typical fine for a data breach runs up to $1.5 million per incident. The cost of breaches to the healthcare sector overall is estimated at $5.6 billion annually.


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Richmond Cars
Richmond Cars
Richmond Cars
Ericsson
Richmond Cars faced a number of challenges in regards to their business communications:Site-to-site trafc and incoming calls were increasing, and Richmond needed to understand this in order to manage their response accordingly without just increasing headcount.They wanted to really understand call traffic, customer demand and service levels as customer service is imperative – Richmond's reputation depends on excellent customer relationships.As they grow and add additional sites, their communications system also needs to be scalable. Drive revenue generating services through outbound calling. 


Industries: Automotive
Functions: Other
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Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority
Clevest
The problem of meter inoperability was driven by several process issues, including large backorders of work orders, a lack of system integration with their enterprise asset management system, manual data entry processes, poor data integrity and the use of multiple systems for work order tracking.Albuquerque Water needed a workforce management solution that would move them from their paper-based service order environment to complete automation of service order work. The utility determined they required a solution that was fully integrated with their enterprise asset management system and provided clear processes to transform their field operations, and at the same time reduce costs and achieve meter maintenance.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Quality Assurance
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Centrica Connected Homes
Centrica Connected Homes
Centrica Connected Homes
Amazon Web Services
With the acquisition of hardware and platform partner, AlertMe, in 2015, Centrica Connected Home was faced with the prospect of a significant shift in focus. Previously the relationship had been one of vendor-customer with AlertMe also pursuing it's own goals for expansion and licensing of its software. After the acquisition, Centrica Connected Home moved to quickly integrate the technical talent from the two companies and then to realign the development efforts of the teams.The new common goals of product evolution, feature enhancement and international launch, presented a number of challenges in the form of a rapid scaling requirement for their live platform, whilst maintaining stability and availability. Added to these demands on the company were an expansion into new markets, and brand new product launches, including smart boiler service and a growing ecosystem of new Hive smart home devices. They even found the time to develop deeply functional Alexa skills for their products and hence be a Smart Home Launch Partner for the Amazon Echo in the UK in 2016.


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Functions: Maintenance
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Geith International
Geith International
Geith International

The complex Business requirements and existing Legacy platforms posed challenges for Geith. Given the size of business, the costs had to be kept under strict control so as to justify the business case and extract the expected returns. Moreover, the implementation timelines were to be kept at a minimum, so as to avoid business disruption.


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Functions: Maintenance
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Automated Headcounts Brings Security for Ferrero
Automated Headcounts Brings Security for Ferrero
Automated Headcounts Brings Security for Ferrero
Litum
Accounting for more than 1200 personnel, as well as visitors, at any given time is an arduous task, and even harder in the chaotic environment of an emergency. Every second counts when it comes to the safe evacuation of individuals in such events.Ferrero needed a way to confirm that all its employees could be safely accounted when an emergency evacuation was underway. The manual method had gotten out of date -- tracking each individual through manual counting was time-consuming and introduced potential for errors. Even if all personnel appeared at the dedicated mustering points, the employee roster for any given day could not be accurately obtained, especially when visitors were also in the building.Ferrero takes safety for these employees seriously and was recently seeing a solution that leveraged the latest that technology has to offer. The company’s internal audit system requires employee headcounts fast. After all, seconds can be critical when an emergency takes place and people need to be accounted for.  


Industries: TransportationEquipment & Machinery
Functions: Process ManufacturingMaintenance
Global fully-virtualized SAP
Global fully-virtualized SAP
Global fully-virtualized SAP
VMware (DELL)
Deliver a global, agile, high-performance application delivery platform that improves service delivery and productivity.


Industries: Mining
Functions: Maintenance
Software:
Intamac And Securitas Collaborate To Improve Monitoring Structures
Intamac And Securitas Collaborate To Improve Monitoring Structures
Intamac And Securitas Collaborate To Improve Monitoring Structures
Intamac
Securitas wanted to give new and existing customers a proposition that was unlike anything they had offered before, a security system that broke the traditional mould but took advantage of the monitoring infrastructure that was already in place, including the manned response capabilities and alarm receiving centres.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Product Development
Hardware:
Software:
Services:
Smart Harbor @ Porto Turistico di Roma by Unidata
Smart Harbor @ Porto Turistico di Roma by Unidata
Smart Harbor @ Porto Turistico di Roma by Unidata
Unidata
The Porto Turistico di Roma wanted to address two main pain points:1) manual meters reading activity too long and too expensive2) time for billings to customer customers' too long 


Industries: EnergyConstruction & Buildings