Feintool works tirelessly to eliminate manufacturing downtime

Feintool is a manufacturer of presses for fineblanking. The company has created a monitoring system that refines data into actionable insights. The solution, called FEINmonitoring, promises to ensure the smooth running of Feintool machines, optimise production uptime for Feintool customers and provide them with a web portal access to its machine data.

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Nokia horizontal platform positively IMPACTs productivity at Chorus New Zealand

Today’s widespread use of field service technicians and vehicles – coupled with the speed of technological innovation – calls for a transformational technology solution that changes the face of field services and the supply chain. Many types of enterprises depend on a field service force to set up, install, enable and maintain their products, services

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Digicel Group uses IoT-X to manage customer connectivity

When Digicel required a connectivity management platform to enable it to provide connectivity services to the 33 M2M markets throughout the Caribbean, Central America and Asia Pacific regions, it turned to the IoT-X platform from Stream Technologies – which now benefits from additional technologies from Starhome Mach.

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IoT Starter Kit enables enhancements to Snow Melt system

In the City of Holland, Michigan, USA, the board of public works has turned to IoT to manage its Snow Melt system for clearing foot paths of snow and ice around the city more effectively. Here, we explore how AT&T’s Flow was utilised to enable the city to design and develop a wireless sensor network.

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Powered by Aeris IoT Services, In-car Cleverness provides innovative, end-to-end telemetry solutions

Fleet telematics has evolved. Automotive personnel realise that the focus now is on understanding what the car can tell you. The issues have moved beyond simple tracking and fuel consumption data offered by most telematics providers. Today’s systems can accurately, cost-effectively, and remotely extract and present data from the engine management systems of a vehicle

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Agricultural equipment manufacturer relies on IoT to help farmers improve efficiency and increase profits

Farmers have always been skilled at observing their environment: weather, soil, crop readiness and adjusting their planting, harvesting and other tasks based on measurements, conditions and forecasts. Here we look at a recent project to IoT-enable these traditional farming skills.

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Satellite monitoring: Bringing new dimensions to the technology

Over the last two decades, fleet management software has been steadily gaining popularity around the globe. According to the MarketsAndMarkets report the Fleet Management market is expected to reach US$27.9 billion by 2021.

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Berendsen UK’s fresh approach to the Internet of Things

When bosses at laundry company Berendsen UK say their biggest challenge is “speed of cycle”, they’re not referring to the giant washing machines they fill with one million bed sheets, pillowcases, tablecloths, napkins and towels every day.

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Enhancing environmental control and reducing emissions in Nordic Smart Cities

Municipalities and public institutions are concerned about air, water, noise or lighting pollution in cities. In the last years, it has become mandatory through several international regulations to reduce emissions that could impact in the environment and also inhabitants lives.

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Tank monitoring solution delivers big savings for bulk fuels distributor

Fuel delivery has always had some built-in inefficiency. Like most fuel and lubricant distributors, Retif Oil & Fuel followed a keep full model when restocking fuel tanks and was spending too much money topping off customer fuel tanks and making emergency deliveries. Without an accurate view of customer fuel stocks it was impossible to determine

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IoT platform enables safety solutions for U.S. school districts

Designed to alert drivers when schoolchildren are present, especially in low-visibility conditions, school-zone flasher signals are typically updated manually at each school.

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Using real-time intelligence to solve transportation issues

Isotrak is a provider of fleet management software solutions and systems integration to some of the largest Fortune 500 companies and to six of the top 25 largest food retailers worldwide. With its ATMSi transport management system, customers gain real-time visibility,

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WiredScore tells IoT Now how to future-proof buildings for the Internet of Things

Workspace’s Metal Box Factory  redevelopment in London has achieved the top connectivity rating from the independent commercial connectivity accreditor, WiredScore for its investment in connectivity infrastructure and solutions.

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IoT projected to be the first US$10tn IT market – really?

Report Snapshot Strategy Analytics has developed IoT market sizing and forecasts starting with a consistent definition for that market. The analysis examines the IoT market within the context of overall IT expenditures and the global economy. Beginning with an estimate of a market at $150 billion in 2016, IoT is projected to grow to $550

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LTE – IS IT THE BEST WAY FORWARD FOR IOT?

WHAT DOES LTE OFFER? The M2M and IoT markets face substantial disruption as new network technologies come to market that offer widely different speeds and capacities. 2G cellular connections are starting to disappear in some markets as 2G networks are retired to free up spectrum for 4G – LTE – capacity. The sunsetting of 2G

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White Paper examines 40 case studies of Enterprise Wearable trials and deployments

Enterprise applications for wearable technology are just beginning to scratch the surface in terms of applicability and use cases, according to a new white paper published by market intelligence firm Tractica. Organisations that are taking innovative approaches to utilising wearables in their operations range from large hospitals to small clinics and from Fortune 500 companies

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