Businesses boost supply chain visibility with IoT technology

Internet of Things (IoT) solutions are powerful tools for managing a supply chain.  Whether businesses are shipping a container overseas, moving an excavator to a new jobsite or carrying valuable equipment on an airplane, they want to know the location and health of their assets.

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Smart Meter automation powers customer service at Jersey Electricity

Although Jersey is not a part of the UK Smart Meter roll out, Smart Meters are a central part of a large-scale government project to upgrade the UK’s energy system, replacing around 53 million existing gas and electricity meters by 2020, allowing consumers a more accurate view of their energy consumption. Designed to provide ‘near

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Case Study: ThyssenKrupp Elevators uses rich data insight to drive predictive maintenance

CASE STUDY: Using rich data insight to drive proactive, predictive maintenance. ThyssenKrupp Elevator (TKE)  Americas is the largest producer of elevators in the Americas, providing and maintaining more than one million elevators around the world.

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Keeping patient information secure for SCL Health

Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (SCL) Health is a nonprofit healthcare organisation that operates eight hospitals, four safety net clinics, and one children’s mental health center in the United States. SCL Health was formed in 1972, but its roots can be traced back to 1873.

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Fleet management system tracks vehicles, delivers savings and improves driver behaviour

Airporter, a private sector airport transfer organisation, is implementing Masternaut’s fleet management solution to provide real-time vehicle tracking, increase passenger safety, and deliver fuel efficiency savings.

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iLOC Technologies address startling figure that 60% of Alzheimer’s patients and 90% of children with ASD will wander

The challenge Globally, over 30 million individuals suffer from Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or Alzheimer’s disease. In the U.S. and Canada alone, there are more than 500,000 individuals with ASD (an alarming one in 88 children) and more than 5.5 million seniors suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. On average there are more than two people providing

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Don’t tell your other half but Dunlap thinks you should love your billing provider

London, UK. March 5, 2014 (IN PROFILE) — “What did I notice in Barcelona? Well, for one thing,” says Jim Dunlap, “everyone seemed to have a take on M2M.” That probably suited Cycle30’s president just fine. After all, he has just restructured his whole company around two business streams, Telco/Cable and machine-to-machine (M2M) services.

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Biometrics, mobile and cloud technologies combine to manage a construction workforce

(Construction Case Study): Serving a variety of sectors, JS Wright & Co employs 120 staff and runs multiple projects simultaneously. Like many firms in the building services and construction industry, one particular challenging is verifying the hours worked by individuals on site.

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Smart grids can offer the key to utilities’ sustainability

(CASE STUDY:) January 3, 2013 — Mobile connectivity is enabling utilities to more effectively manage the supply and demand of consumers’ energy and water use. A good example of this is EDP’s Smart City Project in Portugal, Évora InovCity

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M2M data collection helps UK local authorities operate cloud-connected 'smart loos'

From fully automatic self-cleaning toilets to night-based pop-up urinals, Healthmatic and its data collection division H2evidence are providing ‘smart loo’ services which rely on M2M connectivity to remotely monitor and manage the facilities’ performances.

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Vodafone Case Studies: Real-world examples of putting these technologies to work

Vodafone foresees ‘trillions’ of connected devices and has provided machine-to-machine connectivity for its customers around the world

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