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IMC Case Studies: Internet of Things Propels Awareness
Participating in case studies produced by the International M2M Council provides unmatched visibility for firms that are adopting machine-to-machine communications – improving prospects for direct sales, sales channel development, investment community awareness, and personnel recruitment.

With our marketing partners, aggressive IMC promotional programmes for our case studies often include:
  •  Worldwide publicity, in the form of newswire distribution on three continents, with distribution usually made in English, German, French, Spanish, and simplified Mandarin. One recent release was carried by over 900 online news outlets, not including print media!
  • Airing on the promotional lists of IMC Board companies, including industry icons like AT&T, Deutsche Telekom, Oracle, and more.
  • Distributed media coverage to over 60,000 registered subscribers, all with a known interest in the Internet of Things and M2M.
  • Social media presence, with the groups’ LinkedIn and Twitter audiences at over 12,000 members and 2,500 followers, respectively.
  • Representation at the largest live events in M2M, including CTIA (USA), CeBIT (Germany), and more.

Since the IMC is a noncommercial foundation, there is no charge for this service. We have now retained Beecham Research – one of the best known analyst firms in the industry – to help compile M2M case studies for our IoT Content Library. Please contact us for more information:
Case Study: Building Smarter AND SAFER Communities
by: Verizon

10/8/2014

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Police officers, firefighters, and other first respondents operate in dynamic and often dangerous circumstances. By nature, their work also keeps them highly mobile a necessity that can make communication and collaboration difficult. But the safety of both officers and citizens depends on real-time situational awareness and immediate contact with colleagues and support personnel. Verizon Smart Cities solutions work to bridge the information gap, helping departments provide officers the data, applications, and support they need in an efficient and cost-effective way.
Location-Based, Real-Time Remote Monitoring for Breath Alcohol Testing
by: Numerex

10/22/2015

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How do you build a remote alcohol tester that provides law enforcement officials all the detail they need including unsupervised breath testing, regular test results, location of device, facial recognition of user, and wireless connectivity - without being overly invasive? SCRAM Systems was faced with these issues when developing the Remote Breath device, and partnered with Numerex to develop a solution.
M2M Connectivity Simplifies Safety Operations in School Districts Across America
by: Numerex

10/23/2015

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RTC has been in the business of helping students get to school safely since 1987. School districts across America use flashing warning-signals, known as "flashers" to school personnel, in school zones to alert drivers at times of the day when children will likely be present. Typically school flasher time schedules are individually updated manually for every school by a school district employee. School flasher times vary throughout the year based on the school calendar. If an unexpected early dismissal or weather event alters the schedule, then the flashers need to be updated with a hand-programmed schedule update, or switched on manually. This requires a significant effort due to the large number of flashers typically present in a school district.