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Pitney Bowes Industrial Internet
Pitney Bowes Industrial Internet
Pitney Bowes Industrial Internet
GE Digital (GE)
The world's 1st-ever Industrial Internet platform, Predix, becomes a pathway for revenue generation and notable new cost savings for Pitney Bowes' production mail business. An ordinary mail business, this is not. Of the 150 million pieces of mail produced each day in the US, the majority go through Pitney Bowes machines.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Discrete Manufacturing
Capabilities: Data Acquisition & ManagementData VisualizationOverall Equipment Effectiveness
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Process Control System Support
Process Control System Support
Process Control System Support
Auvesy
In many automated production facilities, changes are made to SIMATIC PCS 7 projects on a daily basis, with individual processes often optimised by multiple workers due to shift changes. Documentation is key here, as this keeps workers informed about why a change was made. Furthermore, SIMATIC PCS 7 installations are generally used in locations where documentation is required for audits and certification. The ability to track changes between two software projects is not only an invaluable aid during shift changes, but also when searching for errors or optimising a PCS 7 installation. Every change made to the system is labour-intensive and time-consuming. Moreover, there is also the risk that errors may occur. If a change is saved in the project, then the old version is lost unless a backup copy was created in advance. If no backup was created, it will no longer be possible to return to the previous state if and when programming errors occur. Each backup denotes a version used by the SIMATIC PCS 7 system to operate an installation. To correctly interpret a version, information is required on WHO changed WHAT, WHERE, WHEN and WHY: - Who created the version/who is responsible for the version? - Who released the version? - What was changed in the version i.e. in which block or module of the SIMATIC PCS 7 installation were the changes made? - When was the version created? Is this the latest version or is there a more recent version? - Why were the changes made to the version? If they are part of a regular maintenance cycle, then is the aim to fix an error or to improve production processes? - Is this particular version also the version currently being used in production? The fact that SIMATIC PCS 7 projects use extremely large quantities of data complicates the situation even further, and it can take a long time to load and save information as a result. Without a sustainable strategy for operating a SIMATIC PCS 7 installation, searching for the right software version can become extremely time-consuming and the installation may run inefficiently as a result.


Industries: Chemicals
Functions: Maintenance
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Bridge monitoring in Hamburg Port
Bridge monitoring in Hamburg Port
Bridge monitoring in Hamburg Port
Worldsensing
Kattwyk Bridge is used for both rail and road transport, and it has played an important role in the Port of Hamburg since 1973. However, the increasing pressure from traffic requires a monitoring solution. The goal of the project is to assess in real-time the bridge's status and dynamic responses to traffic and lift processes.


Industries: Transportation
Functions: Maintenance
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Smart, Connected Applications Maximize Agricultural Business Performance
Smart, Connected Applications Maximize Agricultural Business Performance
Smart, Connected Applications Maximize Agricultural Business Performance
ThingWorx (PTC)
OnFarm needed to move quickly to capitalize on a significant "smart agriculture" opportunity to build connected applications and dashboards that captured and monitored sensors in the field and provided actionable data back to their customers. The overall solution OnFarm determined necessary was a set of "dashboard-driven connected services utilizing an IoT backend" that would accomplish several key things: • Easily collect data from incompatible sensors via wireless networks • Provide a means to integrate, analyze, and correlate different data sets of information into easily-understood and easy-to-customize reports leading to specific actionable outcomes • Manage end-user permissions, distribute reports and business intelligence through a customizable Web interface that would include dashboards, allowing custom organization of data applicable to the business employing OnFarm's suite of services


Industries: Mining
Functions: Maintenance
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British Gas Modernizes its Operations with Innovative Smart Metering Deployment
British Gas Modernizes its Operations with Innovative Smart Metering Deployment
British Gas Modernizes its Operations with Innovative Smart Metering Deployment
Trilliant
The UK government has mandated that smart meters are rolled out as standard across Great Britain by end of 2020, and this roll-out is estimated to create £14 billion in net benefits to the UK in consumer energy savings and lower energy generation demand, according to the Oxford Economics report, “The Value of Smart Metering to Great Britain.” While smart-metering systems have been deployed in many countries, the roll-out in Great Britain is unique because it is led by energy retailers, who have responsibility for the Electricity and Gas meters. The decision to have a retailer-led roll out was made by DECC (Department of Energy and Climate Change) to improve customer experience and drive consumer benefits. It has also led to some unique system-level requirements to support the unique local regulatory model.


Industries: Energy
Functions: Maintenance
Capabilities: Billing & MonetizationEnergy Management
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BMW Story Spare Part Logistics
BMW Story Spare Part Logistics
BMW Story Spare Part Logistics
ProGlove


Industries: Transportation
Functions: Quality Assurance
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringData Acquisition & ManagementEnvironmental Health & Safety
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How Sirqul’s IoT Platform is Crafting Carrefour’s New In-Store Experiences
How Sirqul’s IoT Platform is Crafting Carrefour’s New In-Store Experiences
How Sirqul’s IoT Platform is Crafting Carrefour’s New In-Store Experiences
Sirqul, Inc
Carrefour Taiwan’s goal is to be completely digital by end of 2018. Out-dated manual methods for analysis and assumptions limited Carrefour’s ability to change the customer experience and were void of real-time decision-making capabilities. Rather than relying solely on sales data, assumptions, and disparate systems, Carrefour Taiwan’s CEO led an initiative to find a connected IoT solution that could give the team the ability to make real-time changes and more informed decisions. Prior to implementing, Carrefour struggled to address their conversion rates and did not have the proper insights into the customer decision-making process nor how to make an immediate impact without losing customer confidence.


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Energy Management System at Sugar Industry
Energy Management System at Sugar Industry
Energy Management System at Sugar Industry
Secure Meters
The company wanted to use the information from the system to claim under the renewable energy certificate scheme. The benefit to the company under the renewable energy certificates is Rs 75 million a year. To enable the above, an end-to-end solution for load monitoring, consumption monitoring, online data monitoring, automatic meter data acquisition which can be exported to SAP and other applications is required.


Industries: Energy
Functions: Quality Assurance
Capabilities: Data Acquisition & ManagementEnergy Management
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Intelligent Building Automation System and Energy Saving Solution
Intelligent Building Automation System and Energy Saving Solution
Intelligent Building Automation System and Energy Saving Solution
Advantech
One of the most difficult problems facing the world is conserving energy in buildings. However, it is not easy to have a cost-effective solution to reduce energy usage in a building. One solution for saving energy is to implement an intelligent building automation system (BAS) which can be controlled according to its schedule. In Indonesia a large university with a five floor building and 22 classrooms wanted to save the amount of energy being used.


Industries: Construction & Buildings
Functions: Maintenance
Capabilities: Energy ManagementOverall Equipment Effectiveness
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Driven by Data
Driven by Data
Driven by Data
Siemens
Digitalization starts with the design of a product. Maserati needs to virtually create, simulate, and test their cars in a time efficient manner. The Maserati engineers needed to manage their project collaboratively across various locations.


Industries: Automotive
Functions: Logistics & Warehousing
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Underground Mining Safety
Underground Mining Safety
Underground Mining Safety
Sine-Wave Technologies
The goal was to produce a safety system to monitor and support underground mining operations; existing systems were either too simple (i.e. phone line) or overly complex and expensive, inhibiting deployment, and providing little-to-no support in event of an accident. Given the dangerous nature of the mining work environment and the strict regulations placed on the industry, the solution would have to comply with Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) regulations. Yet the product needed to allow for simple deployment to truly be a groundbreaking solution - increasing miner safety and changing daily operations for the better.


Industries: Mining
Functions: Quality Assurance
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Automated Predicitive Analytics For Steel/Metals Industry
Automated Predicitive Analytics For Steel/Metals Industry
Automated Predicitive Analytics For Steel/Metals Industry
SORBA IoT
Asset to be monitored: Wire Compactor that produces Steel RebarCustomer Faced The Following Challenges:Dependent upon machine uptime.Pressure cylinders within the compactor fail to control compression and speed causing problems in binding the coil.Equipment failure occurs in the final stage of production causing the entire line to stop, can you say bottleneck?Critical asset unequipped with sensors to produce data.


Industries: Mining
Functions: Maintenance
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The Connected Enterprise Optimizes Facilities and Supplier Networks
The Connected Enterprise Optimizes Facilities and Supplier Networks
The Connected Enterprise Optimizes Facilities and Supplier Networks
Rockwell Automation
Rockwell wanted to implement flexible and agile global MES for diverse product portfolio and a variety of manufacturing processes and replace individual ERP systems and custom application with a standardized system that spans all plants.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Maintenance
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringData Acquisition & ManagementOverall Equipment Effectiveness
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Integrated Smart Card and Fingerprint Biometric Authentication
Integrated Smart Card and Fingerprint Biometric Authentication
Integrated Smart Card and Fingerprint Biometric Authentication
Gemalto
Protecting IT systems and employee identity credentials has always been a priority for AXA Technology Services. Strong authentication devices have been deployed more employees who are traveling and working remotely while still needing access to IT systems. Smart card-based devices are an optimal solution because of their security, convenience and cost advantages.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Quality Assurance
Capabilities: Infrastructure Access & SecurityOverall Equipment Effectiveness
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Bluescope Steel on Path to Digitally Transform Operations and IT
Bluescope Steel on Path to Digitally Transform Operations and IT
Bluescope Steel on Path to Digitally Transform Operations and IT
DXC Technology
Increasing competition and fluctuations in the construction market prompted BlueScope Steel to look toward digital transformation of its four businesses, including modern core applications and IT infrastructure. BlueScope needed to modernize its infrastructure and adopt new technologies to improve operations and supply chain efficiency while maintaining and updating an aging application portfolio.


Industries: Mining
Functions: Logistics & Warehousing
Capabilities: Data Acquisition & ManagementOverall Equipment Effectiveness
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Remote Monitoring and Control for a Windmill Generator
Remote Monitoring and Control for a Windmill Generator
Remote Monitoring and Control for a Windmill Generator
MOXA
As concerns over global warming continue to grow, green technologies are becoming increasingly popular. Wind turbine companies provide an excellent alternative to burning fossil fuels by harnessing kinetic energy from the wind and converting it into electricity. A typical wind farm may include over 80 wind turbines so efficient and reliable networks to manage and control these installations are imperative. Each wind turbine includes a generator and a variety of serial components such as a water cooler, high voltage transformer, ultrasonic wind sensors, yaw gear, blade bearing, pitch cylinder, and hub controller. All of these components are controlled by a PLC and communicate with the ground host. Due to the total integration of these devices into an Ethernet network, one of our customers in the wind turbine industry needed a serial-to-Ethernet solution that can operate reliably for years without interruption.


Industries: Construction & Buildings
Functions: Product Development
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringOverall Equipment EffectivenessRemote Access & Control
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Delivers Seamless Scalability to IOTATOI
Delivers Seamless Scalability to IOTATOI
Delivers Seamless Scalability to IOTATOI
ThingWorx (PTC)
IOTATOI is a division of Power Agent Systems that has developed an edge server called the Universal Monitoring System (UMS). IOTATOI is using UMS as an edge tier data collector to monitor backup battery arrays in manufacturing, mines, and chemical plants. This experience with battery backups led IOTATOI to expand the system to any condition that can be monitored by sensors such as vibration, heat, temperature, and flow. IOTATOI found they needed to move from their original middleware to something that would allow greater scalability and to also present information in a much broader way allowing them to dynamically look at the information and perform benchmarking analysis, feeding the data into analytics engines and creating a much more actionable view.


Industries: Chemicals
Functions: Maintenance
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringPredictive Maintenance
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Garmin delivers real-time data to customers using IoT
Garmin delivers real-time data to customers using IoT
Garmin delivers real-time data to customers using IoT
Cisco Jasper
Garmin operates on a global scale and offers a vast array of products across a number of industries, including aviation, marine, outdoor, fitness and automotive. Garmin is looking for a solution that can help them better manage all their connected devices.


Industries: Automotive
Functions: Maintenance
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringOverall Equipment EffectivenessRemote Access & Control
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Series Production with Lot-size-1 Flexibility
Series Production with Lot-size-1 Flexibility
Series Production with Lot-size-1 Flexibility
Beckhoff
Nobilia manufactures customized fitted kitchens with a lot size of 1. They require maximum transparency of tracking design data and individual processing steps so that they can locate a particular piece of kitchen furniture in the sequence of processes.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Discrete Manufacturing
Capabilities: Data Acquisition & ManagementMass CustomizationOverall Equipment Effectiveness
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Transforming Water Utilities with IoT, saving a Billion Gallons every year!
Transforming Water Utilities with IoT, saving a Billion Gallons every year!
Transforming Water Utilities with IoT, saving a Billion Gallons every year!
Saviant
The big problem that Utilities face includes:(i) How to make meters “smart” and ingest the data from homes to the companies and;(ii) how to derive intelligent actions from huge amounts of meter data, in an efficient and cost-effective way.Solving these problems would help Utilities track & monitor water consumption data, identify leakage, theft & various anomalies. This demands the need of a scalable system with remote asset management & proactive maintenance capabilities. This would also help end-consumers understand their water usage for better decision-making to conserve water.


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Smart City Public Safety
AMYX+
Amyx+ worked with a local government authority to develop an Internet of Things-enabled public safety strategy. In the current state, vigilance meant manually scanning through potentially hundreds of analog surveillance videos feeds. Manual, costly and ineffective, the local agency desired to transition from analog to digital CCTV, apply computer vision and other technologies to automatically detect potential crime in progress, expedite and streamline emergency calls and integrate with personal wearables to ensure the safety of their citizens.


Industries: Construction & Buildings
Functions: Maintenance
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Greenhouse Intelligent Monitoring and Control Solution
Greenhouse Intelligent Monitoring and Control Solution
Greenhouse Intelligent Monitoring and Control Solution
Advantech
Farming Orchids is the most successful form of precision farming in Taiwan, and also the most exported flower. Orchids need a specific temperature and humidity conditions to grow and bloom, and its flowering time may not be in line with market demands, so the price collapses when there is overproduction. Therefore, some farmers began to import automated greenhouse control systems for breeding and forcing, which not only improves quality, but also effectively controls the production period and yield to ensure revenue. In 2012, an orchid farmer built a Forcing Greenhouse of about 200 pings (approximately 661 Square Meters) in Tainan, Taiwan. The system integrator adopted Advantech’s APAX-5000 series programmable automation controllers to build the control platform, coupled with Advantech WebAccess HMI/SCADA software, to achieve cloud monitoring. The staff of the orchid field can monitor important data anytime via smart phone, iPad, and other handheld devices, and control the growth and flowering conditions. System requirements: In the past, most environmental control systems of orchid greenhouses in Taiwan used PLCs (Programmable Logic Controller) with poorscalability and control, and could not be connected to the Internet formonitoring from the cloud. For advanced database analysis and networking capability, the PC platform must be adopted. Therefore, PAC Systems (Programmable Automation Controller) with both PLC programming capabilities andPC functions is a better choice.The environmental control of the Orchid greenhouse switches on and off devices like fan, shade net, cooling/heat pump, liquid flow control, water-cooling wall etc. It is controlled by a control panel of electric controllers, and is driven by a motor, to adjust the greenhouse temperature, humidity, and other environmental conditions to the set parameters.


Industries: Mining
Functions: Process Manufacturing
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Benteler Automobiltechnik automates plants & processes
Benteler Automobiltechnik automates plants & processes
Benteler Automobiltechnik automates plants & processes
Cisco
Benteler Automotive is looking for a solution that can solve the following situations: - Operation of 70 plants in 29 countries with worldwide reliance on components - Identify a seamless way to connect people, process, data and things to expedite the production process


Industries: Automotive
Functions: Discrete Manufacturing
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringOverall Equipment EffectivenessRemote Access & Control
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Carmaker Holds the Keys to Network Security
Carmaker Holds the Keys to Network Security
Carmaker Holds the Keys to Network Security
Huawei
FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Company (FAW-VW) required a high number of communication terminals due to its rapid development. FAW-VW also faced challenges in security management, IT Operation and Maintenance (O&M) costs, and employees work efficiency. FAW-VW needed terminal security protection with reliable access control and user rights management and comprehensive network protection.


Industries: Automotive
Functions: Discrete Manufacturing
Capabilities: Infrastructure Access & Security
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Developing a MyCity Vision for a Digital Birmingham
Developing a MyCity Vision for a Digital Birmingham
Developing a MyCity Vision for a Digital Birmingham
Atos
Birmingham wanted to attract more investment, generate more employment, promote sustainability and offer a better quality of life to their citizens. Birmingham needed a solution that can solve the following problems: „lack of statutory authority to enforce specific technology requirements, absence of universal standards to disparate networks, fragmented and incomplete GIS information about city utilities, bureaucratic nature of civic planning processes, rising demand for high-speed connectivity and need for more bandwidth and power for data-intensive services.


Industries: Construction & Buildings
Functions: Logistics & Warehousing
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringData Acquisition & ManagementRemote Access & Control
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Smart, Connected Applications Drive IoT Road Side Safety
Smart, Connected Applications Drive IoT Road Side Safety
Smart, Connected Applications Drive IoT Road Side Safety
ThingWorx (PTC)
All Traffic Solutions needed to reduce software complexity so that they could quickly and effectively build out and enhance smart, connected applications without the need to develop their own backend infrastructure and development platform. Ted Graef, All Traffic Solution’s president, emphasizes that it is no longer enough for the company to deliver the best hardware; their hardware must become part of a larger ecosystem that is centered on automating all related business processes and evolving them into a simple-to-use suite of real-time, software-driven services. All Traffic Solutions took a significant step in its connected services evolution when the company decided to include standardized wireless capabilities in all of its products. The move required the company to its hardware costs, yet the belief was - and the reality turned out to be - that their customers would quickly be able to make up for the additional costs through significant improvements in workforce and customer service efficiency. The bold stroke, however, was not the conversion to wireless hardware. Rather, it was in recognizing that to be successful within a rapidly evolving mobile and wireless world, All Traffic Solutions had to also significantly enhance its software capabilities. Graef says the company understood that it had to deliver software that would provide valuable services, and make it easy for its customers to promptly make sense of the real-time data and alerts that would be transmitted and collected.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Product Development
Capabilities: Data Acquisition & Management
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29% Energy Savings with Industrial Optimisation
29% Energy Savings with Industrial Optimisation
29% Energy Savings with Industrial Optimisation
ionSign Oy
A leading global Chinese LCD panel manufacturer needed to ramp up cost competitiveness and carbon footprint. It needed to cut down on the 47 GWh of annual electrical energy used for compressed air production at the manufacturing site.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Quality Assurance
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringOverall Equipment Effectiveness
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Temperature Monitoring for Restaurant Food Storage
Temperature Monitoring for Restaurant Food Storage
Temperature Monitoring for Restaurant Food Storage
Enviromon
When it came to implementing a solution, Mr. Nesbitt had an idea of what functionality that he wanted. Although not mandated by Health Canada, Mr. Nesbitt wanted to ensure quality control issues met the highest possible standards as part of his commitment to top-of-class food services. This wish list included an easy-to use temperature-monitoring system that could provide a visible display of the temperatures of all of his refrigerators and freezers, including historical information so that he could review the performance of his equipment. It also had to provide alert notification (but email alerts and SMS text message alerts) to alert key staff in the event that a cooling system was exceeding pre-set warning limits.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Quality Assurance
Capabilities: Environmental MonitoringRemote Access & Control
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SAP Leonardo Enabling Rocket Science
SAP Leonardo Enabling Rocket Science
SAP Leonardo Enabling Rocket Science
SAP
At times, ULA has as many as 15 different operating systems dedicated to overlapping processes, such as rocket design, testing, and launch. Multiple systems created unnecessary costs and unwanted confusion among workers at offices, factories, and launch sites in different location. In order to improve collaboration and transparency during vital activities that directly influence mission success, ULA wanted to improve data sharing and streamline manufacturing processes.


Industries: Transportation
Functions: Product Development
Capabilities: Data Acquisition & ManagementData VisualizationEnvironmental Health & Safety
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ABB Robot Calibration
ABB Robot Calibration
ABB Robot Calibration
RoboDK
The company manufactures marina products through robot milling but observed important errors in the surface quality of their machined parts. It uses an ABB IRB 6640-130/3.2 robot, which has 130 kg payload, 3.2 m reach, 0.050 mm repeatability, and was not factory calibrated. On top of that, the robot is placed on a linear track, which introduces yet another source of errors.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Maintenance
Capabilities: Data VisualizationQuality Assurance & Control
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