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Asset management is a cross-industry preoccupation, as the storage, moving, and maintenance of assets represents a significant cost for most businesses. Similarly, the ability to more rapidly deliver products and services to customers enables organizations in most industries to create additional value. All of that said, the optimisation of asset management and logistic flows is an important operational initiative.
LvLogics provides accurate and reliable silo levels as-a-service to end users, distributors and manufacturers of animal feeds, wood pellets or any solids or semi-solids. The patented solution enables low-cost sensors to be used in dusty environments and solves the issue of constant maintenance, manual workflows and unreliability due to dust in an aggressive environment.
The goal of this business case is to explain the Supply Chain Monitoring solution that enables the interaction of different IoT technologies to manage, monitor and control the whole delivery process of goods. Starting with the journey from the farm, through all the delivery routes, warehouses and shops onto the customer’s fork. Cold chain monitoring is one of the specific Supply Chain Monitoring business cases provided thanks to Coiote IoT Data Orchestration.
As world populations age, the human and economic toll of currently incurable neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s grows staggering. DZNE fights these diseases using Big Data analytics, but the limitations of traditional computer systems have been a major bottleneck. Seeking a breakthrough solution, DZNE discovered HPE’s Memory Driven Computing—and saw unprecedented computational speed improvements that hold new promise in the race against Alzheimer’s.
IoT Innovation from Neeco and Tata Communications Delivers Dynamic Logistics for International Dairy Company.
With exploding demand for IoT solutions in logistics and transportation, the Neeco and Tata Communications partnership delivers reliable and secure systemsanywhere in the world.
LBS Application Enables Safeguarding of Remote Assets and Navigation of Evolving Regulatory Landscapes
The new global economy is more complex, intertwined, and regulated than ever before. In this new data-driven society, businesses are increasingly demanding highly customisable products and services that solve unique business challenges, offer long term value, and satisfy localised needs. As a result, service providers are adopting revenue models that help penetrate these emerging markets and uncover opportunities, leading to the “servitisation” of goods – a concept in which tangible products are offered on subscription basis rather than discreet one-off sales. By focusing on these offerings, service providers are able to position their value-chains inline with broader market requirements. With that said, implementing these types of services requires thoughtful planning, careful allocation of resources, and a holistic technology approach capable of extracting value across the organisation.
A recent study of the importance of real time location data for different types of enterprises (Location Intelligence Market Study, January 2019) shows that, among other findings in other sectors, 70% of telecommunications companies consider location intelligence to be critical to their success. Of all the enterprises in the study, representing a broad range of different business sectors and applications for which the data is used, an average of 66% ranked location intelligence as either critical or very important to their ongoing revenue growth strategies. Less than 5% considered it unimportant.