Doosan Bobcat has deployed an Internet of Things solution from Rockwell Automation to integrate data from its assembly site so that operators and management can understand each product's status and history as it is assembled, inspected, repaired or maintained.
Apptricity says its new Bluetooth Low Energy technology can provide location data for tracking individuals and things in wide spaces or very large buildings, without the high cost of installing numerous readers or using satellite or cellular devices.
Subsea 7 is returning its workers to the office with an Internet of Things solution from Empathic Building that displays where desks have been assigned, presents safety guidelines and displays real-time data regarding cafeteria occupancy.
A connected business is a profitable business, and technologies like cloud computing, RFID and Bluetooth Low Energy are becoming vital.
Apex Building Group is using an Internet of Things solution from Triax Technologies to view the real-time location of each of its workers for safety purposes, as well as for state regulation compliance, as they renovate 15 occupied apartment buildings.
A LoRaWAN-based solution is bringing visibility to assets, equipment and cargo, thereby decreasing energy consumption, improving passenger comfort, making operations more efficient and reducing flight delays.
Triax is teaming up with EarthCam to employ the latter's video-capture technology at construction site entrance points, thereby creating an automated link between a worker's ID number and video of that individual, with the goal of boosting safety and security.
Stora Enso, Atos partner on sustainable automated retail solutions; PragmatIC, Schreiner MediPharm team up for smart labels; Understory, MSI GuaranteedWeather intro weather sensor for auto insurance; Altair Semiconductor unveils automotive IoT chipset; the Industrial Internet Consortium updates its IIoT technical report; PT Next acquires RFID software company CodeNameWhat; Triax Technologies, Skanska to co-present at Autodesk University on IoT systems.
Smartrac and SensThys have partnered to develop a moisture-, humidity- and temperature-sensing solution that is being piloted for roof leak detection and concrete curing; the technology companies are also selling a starter kit for a variety of use cases.
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