Sectors benefiting from our technological expertise
We can name a few ways in which IoT technology, along with others such as AI, Machine Learning and Big Data, to name just a few, are affecting an entire industry:
Recognition and communication with traffic signs, markings and other outdoor objects.
Detection and action in the event of potential accidents, collisions and/or poor driving.
Communication with emergency services and/or traffic control.
Intelligent traffic management, coordinating routes and avoiding traffic congestion.
Implementation of emergency routes for public assistance services (ambulances, firefighters, police).
Reduction of pollution and promotion of efficient and sustainable energy consumption.
And a long etcetera in the integration of sensor and artificial intelligence technologies that will completely change not only driving habits, but also autonomy.
Detection and/or prevention of equipment failures to minimize non-productive time.
Control of fuel consumption for equipment operation.
Evaluation of the performance of the on-site work team.
Control and monitoring of remote equipment usage hours to schedule preventive maintenance.
Remote communication and remote management, together with the ability to process large volumes of data, allow critical reports to be generated for rapid decision making.
To improve patient care, raise provider productivity and enable startups to bring connected medical devices and wearables to market.
IoT adds a myriad of solutions that enable a personalized and superior customer service experience, based on:
Remote patient monitoring.
The development of connected medical devices and wearables.
Smarter attention coordination.
Hospital asset management.
We can group by sectorized solutions for:
Transparency and citizen cooperation.
The energy sector faces many challenges that IoT technology can help to overcome, such as energy management or load assessment and integration of the new energy carriers (such as wind energy, wind power, wind energysolar energy and hydrogen). These key points will make it possible to maintain and improve the well-being of the population.
We could groupr solutions oriented to: Network monitoring.
Control of energy production.
Integration and measurement of new energy vectors.
The evolution of demand.
Keeping cargo safe and in optimum condition throughout the journey, no matter how far or complex the terrain to be covered, is one of the main factors occupying the industry today.
Integrating the physical and digital operation is a great first step to optimize the entire supply chain, access key information to understand the flow of activity and meet agreed deadlines.
Knowing the status and location of vehicles and loads in real time allows a condensed view of the entire operation, even in areas where there is no conventional coverage.
State of charge.
These are just some of the latent needs required by operators in the maritime and inland waterway segment.
Agribusiness is a market where telemetry and the correct management of information is a fundamental input to maximize production.
Meeting future demands requires management at the next level to:
Promote crop intensification.
To achieve the expansion of biodiversity.
Increasing care for the environment.
The data collected by smart farming sensors, in this approach to farm management, has several key components viz:
This data can be used to track the state of the company in general, as well as staff performance and equipment efficiency.
This permanent monitoring and analysis also allows:
Generate alerts that anticipate failures and avoid critical situations.
Intensify maximum security measures.
Maximize extraction operations.
Having this extremely accurate view allows companies to digitally transform their operations and obtain machine information from multiple mine sites simultaneously.