Public Infrastructure: Emergency Services

IoT Industry Impact: Field Services

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.

SMS WorldWide’s Disaster Communication System Powered by MultiTech

In times of crisis, maintaining communication between individuals is vital. With this awareness in mind, SMS WorldWide went to work in 1999 to develop the rst major incident text communication system to handle emergency communication management needs. The system required a no-fault text messaging foundation. Regardless of any and all conditions, it was imperative that messages within the system could be successfully transmitted from a desktop, laptop or tablet computer to any cell phone on any network worldwide. Failure within the system was unacceptable.

CASE STUDY: HEALTHCARE Navigating Network Technology Evolutions for Long-Term IoT Success

MobileHelp is the leading provider of Mobile Personal Emergency Response System (mPERS) technology in the United States, with an established reputation for delivering high quality, affordable medical monitoring and location tracking services that enable personal protection and peace-of mind both in and away from home environments. KORE has been the company’s dedicated IoT partner for more than ten years, delivering the complete IoT management capabilities and trusted advisor expertise needed for MobileHelp to achieve transformative business performance with IoT.

Trans-African Hydro-Meteorological Observatory

The Trans-African Hydro-Meteorological Observatory (TAHMO) is an application that recognizes the great humanitarian and scientific potential of the IoT. Partnered with Oregon State University and the Delft University of Technology, the organization aims to create a socially driven network of 20,000 connected weather monitoring stations every 30 km across the continent, to accurately measure previously undocumented weather systems, and leapfrog Africa to one of the best monitored continents in the world.