Public Infrastructure: Public Transport Management

Travel SIM for things

The number of international travelers is set to reach 1.8 billion by 2025,1 and as travel statistics continue to rise, so do roaming expectations. Day to day, consumers are reliant on an increasing number of connected devices, which are equally – if not more – important when traveling abroad. Travelers expect their devices to remain operational wherever in the world they are, with reliable, high quality, cost effective connectivity. For providers, the Travel SIM market is highly competitive – as customer demand increases, operators must deliver the best customer experience at the right price, to remain viable.

Marshall Electric’s Latest Advance into Industrial IoT

When Marshall Electric, a locally owned Industrial Automation and SCADA provider in Southern Illinois, needed to convert their existing SMS-only remote monitoring stations to newer technology, they knew they needed a partner whose products could handle anything, anywhere. Marshall Electric was looking to incorporate human machine interface (HMI), IoT devices, and smartphones all on a single system that was trustworthy enough for critical applications.

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.

Crossing to Safety

There is no room for error when implementing a school flasher system that helps children safely cross the road to school. RTC Manufacturing, Inc., the largest supplier of school zone equipment in the world, has been helping kids do just that and more since 1987. Its industry leading zone flasher system provides an ecient solution for students and drivers to get where they need to be, unharmed.

Case Study: CVG International Airport

The indoor train was a common point of confusion for travelers at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Travelers didn’t know if they should wait for the train, or walk to the terminal. Additionally, some passengers believed the train would take them into the city although it is only used for terminal-to-terminal transportation.