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The Horseware Ireland Horsepal Edge is a market-leading Internet of Things (IoT) solution for the equestrian industry and represents the next generation in the Horsepal series. The Horsepal Edge enables a “connected horse,” allowing health, activity and behavior to be monitored in real time. The Horsepal Edge ensures professional knowledge to optimize the wellness and performance of the horse through evaluation and management of activity, rest, sleep and environment.
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.
iBASIS eSIM technology enables network performance for the most advanced and precise sports tracking technology systems on the market
McLloyd, a key player in high performance sport technology, sought iBASIS eSIM technology to achieve unparalleled real-time monitoring in their HPv2 trackers, which are designed for real-time global broadcasting of horse races. The McLloyd trackers are used on horse saddle blankets to enable measurement of their individual performance and monitor their evolution and position during races.
Realising the ever-expanding holiday rental market had no simple solution for round-the-clock, secure key exchange between owners and visitors, they devised the system that became KeyNest. From an informal “collect the keys at the local bar” strategy, an extensive network of key holding partners now exists across a dozen countries.
Over the past decade, a surge in rally sport competition has resulted in greater incidences of injury, fatalities, and property damage. In an attempt to mitigate these risks, regulators and rally industry representatives are taking steps to rewrite many of the procedures, requirements, and rules currently on the books. This includes firming up team and vehicle licensing requirements, mandating the use of specialised safety equipment, and requiring the latest integrated in-vehicle GPS and communication technologies.
Traditionally, teams of marshals on a golf course would manage the flow of play and ensure that golfers weren’t holding up players behind them. They would need to manually identify and locate slow groups of players, requiring time and many resources. With Tagmarshal’s system, all the information about where players are on the course and how long they are taking to complete the hole is now sent back to marshals via GPS devices.
In this use case we show how monitoring the hotel employee’s location is simplified thanks to the use of WiFi and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) as well as AVSystem’s products—Linkyfi Location Engine (advanced system for indoor positioning) and the Coiote IoT Data Orchestration platform (IoT platform for integrating, visualizing and processing data).
The Adventure Racing World Series (ARWS) is the ultimate in extreme team sport, encompassing several endurance disciplines including navigation, running, canoeing and cycling. Mixed teams of four must find the fastest way to negotiate between 500 and 700 km of challenging terrain. Adventure racing is probably just as far from a cozy workspace as you can get, but it is in these extreme environments that the Trileuco team flourish.
The Scout Association takes every precaution possible to ensure that the young people in their care are as safe as possible. In order to provide the young people with an extra layer of safety, West Lancs Scouts wanted to provide them with small GPS tracking devices to carry while they undertook certain navigation activities.
Born from the need to safely leave keys for collection by Airbnb guests at a mutually convenient location, KeyNest was founded by Marc Figueras and Florian Hoven in 2015. Realising the ever-expanding holiday rental market had no simple solution for round-the-clock, secure key exchange between owners and visitors, they devised the system that became KeyNest. From an informal “collect the keys at the local bar” strategy, an extensive network of key holding partners now exists across a dozen countries.