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Safety Wi-Fi Socket for Smart Home Solution
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Overview
ImageSafety Wi-Fi Socket for Smart Home SolutionConnected OfficerMonitoring Unmanned Weather StationsUnswerving Focus Solidifies Traffic SafetyIoT Powering A New Way to Light Streets with Bifacial Solar PanelsIntamac And Securitas Collaborate To Improve Monitoring StructuresPC-based PAC solution for material handling AGV optimizationStratoscale & SanDisk | Transforming DevTest Deployment Process
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SnapshotSafety Wi-Fi Socket for Smart Home SolutionConnected OfficerMonitoring Unmanned Weather StationsUnswerving Focus Solidifies Traffic SafetyER Telecom Turns To LoRaWAN To Accelerate Digital Transformation In RussiaIoT Powering A New Way to Light Streets with Bifacial Solar PanelsIntamac And Securitas Collaborate To Improve Monitoring StructuresPC-based PAC solution for material handling AGV optimizationStratoscale & SanDisk | Transforming DevTest Deployment Process
Challenge
To create a home automation environment, let user have a more comfortable, more energy efficient, safer household life
 Mobile/web app for location tracking of police officers  Automatic alerts to supervisors based on gestures & actions in case of emergency  Live streaming of crime scene to supervisors  Automatic dispatch of backup to crime scenes  Historical and real-time tracking of police officers’ vehicles
Unmanned weather stations play an essential role in the effort to analyze and predict the world's ever-changing weather patterns. The unmanned stations collect and store large amounts of weather data and then download the data at regular intervals to a back-end host for analysis and long-term storage. The computing device housed in the weather station must be robust enough to work continuously for long periods of time while exposed to a wide range of temperatures. It should also be able to collect readings from various sensors that use different data transmission protocols, and have the capability to store large amounts of data.
Providing machine-to-machine (M2M) wireless connectivity to deliver vital traffic information to local municipalities and their motorists to improve traffic safety.

Russia offers a unique environment for IoT connectivity compared to densely populated European countries, because of the sheer size of the Russian Federation and its sparsely-populated or empty areas where there is no GSM mobile network coverage – although these areas can still be home to industries such as mining, oil & gas production or logging. In addition, there is a specific requirement to store and process all data within Russian borders to comply with national data protection regulations.

When James Meringer’s commercial contracting business experienced a rapid increase in solar projects, he also saw an opportunity to extend the benefits of solar by using the bifacial solar panels he’d become familiar with in new ways. Bifacial solar panels enable sunlight from both sides of the panel, making it a more efficient harvest of solar power. Seeing the panel’s power, James and his team set out to use the same technology for street lighting. Until now, solar street lights have served as utilitarian solutions that force designers to choose between form and function. The Mira Bella Energy team has changed that.

Securitas wanted to give new and existing customers a proposition that was unlike anything they had offered before, a security system that broke the traditional mould but took advantage of the monitoring infrastructure that was already in place, including the manned response capabilities and alarm receiving centres.

Widely used across many industries, Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) have been scooting around factory floors for decades. Thanks to evolving technologies like sensors, wireless networks and automatic control technologies, their guidance methods and physical dimensions continue to evolve and now small lightweight trackless AGV are being rolled out. An American AGV System Integrator (SI) was designing a Laser Guided Vehicle (LGV) for a material handling system in an automotive assembly plant. Since the plant’s existing AGV system used an expensive PLC-based control system there weren’t enough functions to meet the new control requirements, the company decided to upgrade and shift to a compact PC-based PAC control system ideal for the new compact vehicle design, capable of integrating with upper management systems using a single software application to replace the original two software applications.

Western Digital R&D teams continuously run testing cycles, as a part of the organization’s mission to deliver innovative products to a wide variety of customers. DevTest projects require setting up and customizing physical servers; these are not only resource intensive tasks, but also time-consuming and often result in a slow time-to-market. Scaling up and out adds another layer of complexity, especially given the difficulty of managing various hardware configurations.

Solution
Use a IOT Wi-Fi module to wirelessly control, and connect to internet by IOT cloud service. User can control the socket through an APP on smartphone APP anywhere and anytime
The solution proposed by Synapt requires high-speed wireless network and a variety of sensors, including motion sensors, body-worn cameras, gun-lift sensors, etc. These sensors are seamlessly integrated with Synapt’s IoT products, Gateway Enablement Framework, IoT Middleware Platform, Service Management Framework, and Data Analytics Framework, in order to deliver the sought benefits. In addition, Synapt developed a mobile app targeting police officers that works with an integrated OBD II GPS device to provide the exact location of each officer on the mobile map. The solution is tailor-made and vertical-specific to cater to four types of users.
Protocol Conversion and Front-end Data Processing The data collected by a typical unmanned weather station includes temperature, rainfall and snow accumulation, air pressure, humidity, and ultraviolet intensity. One of the tasks that the UC-7420 unit must handle is protocol conversion, since there is no guarantee that the devices collecting the weather data all use the same protocol. In addition, the UC-7420 can be used to do preliminary data processing before downloading data to the central computer. MOXA's UC-7420 is ideally suited for these tasks, since the user can easily embed a C program that is custom written for the devices used at the station. If future changes involve adding or removing devices, the programmer simply needs to modify the C code, recompile it, and then download the executable program over the network to the UC-7420 unit. Connecting to the Network and the Internet In addition to being programmable, the UC-7420 also offers users an array of connection options. To begin with, data entering the serial ports from attached sensors can be processed and then forwarded through one or both of the dual Ethernet ports to the LAN. One of the serial ports can also be connected to a V.90 or GPRS modem for PPP connections, and a PCMCIA port is available for installing a wireless LAN card for 802.11b/g networks. By including multiple connection options in the UC-7420's design, user's gain the flexibility needed to connect from virtually anywhere. Combinations of connection types can also be used to provide redundancy. For example, if unavoidable network problems cause an interruption in service, the user can connect by modem. CompactFlash Storage Space One of the dilemmas faced when creating a "small" computer is how to provide users with adequate storage space. For unmanned applications, it is best if the storage device does not contain moving parts. Although hard drives may seem to last forever for day-to-day use, we cannot make this assumption for continuous use at remote locations. The UC-7420 overcomes this problem by providing a CompactFlash slot. If needed, flash memory cards with storage capacity of up to several gigabytes can be used to store data until it is convenient to transfer the data to a central computer.
Web-based, wirelessly enabled, intelligent traffic signs — including radar speed display signs and variable message signs powered by KORE Global Connect. With multi-national customers using web-based interfaces, All Traffic Solutions delivers global access to local traffic data in real-time. The data and statistics collected by these devices are what helps customers determine safety benchmarks, traffic pattern flows and ultimately change the flow of traffic in a city for the better. And by coordinating with KORE, All Traffic Solutions is able to manufacture every device they deploy with wireless connectivity, knowing that global services are available and can be implemented quickly and easily when requested by their customers. This single source solution allows municipalities to take advantage of the wireless connectivity without having to order different equipment. Since every device is installed with this capability, they have the opportunity to decide to use it or not.

Searching for an IoT communication solution that is easy to deploy, offers long -orange coverage and the lowest total cost of ownership, ERTH was quick to recognize the benefits of LoRaWAN, and chose to work with Actility, based on the company’s existing track record in powering over half of all the national scale LPWA networks deployed by operators globally. “The agreement signed between ER-Telecom Holding and Actility is an important step in building a federal IoT coverage”, says Andrey Kuzyaev, the President of ER-Telecom Holding.

Mira Bella Energy had a unique panel designed to be mounted to street lights. The bifacial solar panel is mounted vertically, instead of being mounted to the top of the light pole as it is traditionally. Vertically mounting the panel allows allows it to capture both day and evening sunlight. The 5-foot panels look like fins and are designed to be wind-tolerant. Each has a lithium-ion battery stack in that pole for night. The batteries are good for 3,000 charging cycles, or around 8 years of use. This means that lighting can be completely removed from the grid, or a hybrid approach can be used. To make the solution as smart, efficient and scalable as possible, Mira Bella Energy created an intelligent, bifacial solar powered lighting system by putting Internet of Things technology to work. To do this, each street light panel is also equipped with Digi XBee RF modules, a X2/X4 gateway and a connection to Digi Device Cloud. The XBee collects and communicates information from the street light solar panel to the gateway, which sends the information to the cloud where it's accessible via a web dashboard. “Our Santa Cruz solar street light product utilizes the Digi XBee module, a Digi gateway and Digi Device Cloud for control and communication. That’s what enables our product to participate in the Internet of Things,” said Mira Bella Founder James Meringer. “We used Digi products years ago with another company and always knew Digi would be one to watch for communications devices.”

The premise for the security system was that it should be extremely user friendly and accessible to a diverse target market. For this reason the dedicated gateway incorporates GPRS and broadband connectivity, making it possible for those without a fixed broadband connection to benefit from a monitored alarm.

The client had several requirements for this project. Not only did the new hardware have to be small enough and robust enough to survive in the harsh factory conditions, it was also essential that there wouldn’t be any breakdown in communication between the LGV and the control room. To ensure this stability, the SI used industrial grade wireless devices with wider network coverage and higher power output. It was also required that any system provided to the SI would be able to support their bespoke version of Linux (Debian Wheezy X64). Inside the LGV, an APAX-5580Control IPC with three modules (APAX-5490, APAX-5046, APAX-5040) was connected to the motion controller and safety relay. To wirelessly communicate to the control site and EKI-5525 and EKI-6331AN were connected to the APAX-5580. An IDS-3110 touchscreen monitor was attached to the exterior of the LGV. The APAX-5580 combines the capabilities of PLC and PC but also is a PC-based open control platform to provide industrial computing performance and integrate a variety of I/O modules with ease. Featuring a fanless, low power, ultra-compact and cable-free connection makes it be particularly suitable for the AGV automation control applications which require high stability in limited space. To protect the operating system and its data, the APAX-5580 also includes an industrial-grade mSATA SSD with excellent anti-shock and anti-vibration properties. In the event of system problem the PAC also includes a SD card one key recovery function which lets users quickly return the system to the default factory settings. It’s also an application ready platform for embedded applications. Regardless of what the customers’ applications require, users can fully utilize itsrich I/O interfaces to connect a wide range of peripheral devices such as digital/analog signals, Ethernet network, computer monitor, memory card, etc. Plus, it can support multiple operating systems and drivers to shorten the development time of System Integrators. To communicate with the control station the LGV also includes a small EKI-5525 5-port Fast Ethernet ProView Switch and an EKI-6331AN IEEE 802.11 a/n Wi-Fi AP/CPE wireless module. For users to help communicate directly with the LGV an IDS-3110 10.4” industrial-grade TFT LCD touch screen. By adopting ultra-thin and non-frame design, the monitor perfectly fits with the compact AGV embedded applications. In the Control Site, an EKI-7710E Managed switch is responsible for sending signals to EKI-6311’s spread throughout the site. The EKI-7710 is an All-in-One managed redundant switch not only provides network redundancy in the car assembly factory but also has high output power for the reliable coverage and data throughput and 2x2 MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) to optimize data transmission, as well as supporting wide temperature range (-20~70°C) with IP55 protection.

Stratoscale Symphony Software-Defined Hyperconverged Private Cloud includes holistic on-prem solution that covers the entire datacenter stack in addition to advanced cloud capabilities that are delivered on-prem.  Secdonly the Private Cloud includes freedom of choice, which is deployed on any commodity x86 server, enabling maximal utilization of existing hardware.

Customer
Orvibo: A company focus on IOT technology and create smart home products and solutions. Aims to create a more comfortable, more energy efficient, safer household life experience.
The client is one of the world’s largest wireless service providers serving millions of customers in the US. The key business areas of the client include wireless communication, voice, messaging, and broadband.
Located in State College, Pa., All Traffic Solutions is consistently recognized as a leading innovator in the traffic safety market for speed displays, message signs and imaging products, delivering groundbreaking levels of service and product capability. By integrating cloud technology into all of its products, All Traffic Solutions allows customers to manage all their equipment and data remotely, through a browser.

ER-Telecom Holding

Mira Bella Energy

Securitas

An American AGV System Integrator (SI)

SanDisk

Solution TypeIOTIOTIOTM2MIOTIOTITIOTIOT
Solution MaturityEmerging (technology has been on the market for > 2 years)Cutting Edge (technology has been on the market for < 2 years)Mature (technology has been on the market for > 5 years)Emerging (technology has been on the market for > 2 years)Emerging (technology has been on the market for > 2 years)Emerging (technology has been on the market for > 2 years)Cutting Edge (technology has been on the market for < 2 years)Mature (technology has been on the market for > 5 years)Cutting Edge (technology has been on the market for < 2 years)
Data Collected
Location tracking, Motion sensor data, Visual data from body-worn cameras.
Traffic flow trends and patterns.
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Use Cases
Use CasesPerimeter Security & Access Control Process Control & Optimization (PCO)

Operational Impact
Impact #1
Data Aggregation - Cloud solutions enable aggregation of 'big data' to enable more robust analysis and lower costs.
Command and control view—quicker, better perimeter control for quick conflict resolution. Quicker officer response times.
Multiple connection options for greater networking versatility. Maintenance personnel can monitor from a remote location
Municipalities around the world can receive vital traffic and safety information to better manage traffic flow, implement new DOT programs, improve driver and pedestrian safety as well as the reduce traffic congestion.

The Russian ecosystem is burgeoning rapidly. Today, there is a shortage of localized devices using the dedicated radio frequencies for LoRaWAN in Russia, but according to ERTH, there are enough to begin PoCs. ER-Telecom Holding is working with local and global partners to address this issue. Many IoT start-ups are beginning to emerge to join the Russian IoT and LoRaWAN ecosystem and ERTH will open a dedicated developer portal for Russia with the help of Actility.

Ability to utilize motion detection, manage light brightness, monitor the charge of batteries and to have a complete view into what type of solar harvest is being pulled from the panels at any point in time.

Home security alerts by SMS, email and app notifications.

Advantech's PAC open control platform provides many advanced features for System Integrators to quickly and conveniently develop their applications.

The lab environment deployment process has been significantly simplified and enables setting up of 100s of VMs in minutes, as well as consolidating multiple labs on heterogeneous hardware.

Impact #2
Real-time monitoring: online internet service by IOT cloud.
Lowered incidence of property crimes due to greater investigative capabilities
Programmability gives system integrators infinite possibilities. No fan, no hard drive design for longer MTBF. CompactFlash slot for adding gigabytes of storage space
Increasing information flow through a variety of sensors available for data collection (tampering, cameras, speed, traffic patterns, etc.)

Actility is not only supporting ERTH with its network roll-out, but it will also offer IoT expertise to Russian customers as well as lead the development of a Russian LoRaWAN ecosystem.” Felix Marnin, Actility.

Broadband and GPRS connectivity for broad accessibility.

Stratoscale Symphony utilizes hyperconvergence to increase utilization, while ensuring high availability; Symphony’s flexibility enables the management of mixed workloads via a single pane of glass.

Impact #3
Officer paperwork automation, Accurate data reduces manual errors.

ER-Telecom Holding is also transforming itself and creating new business in the process. The company is developing own products and platform for SMEs offering a building management utility. “We want to become an IoT business“, says Victor Ratnikov. “In technology, there’s no one size fits all. We are not focused on technology, but on our customers, their businesses, and how our solutions can help them transform.”

Video and camera monitoring for streaming and still images.

Stratoscale’s self-service user experience offers templates for physical and virtual servers for simple, easy and quick deployment for projects.


Quantitative Benefit
Benefit #1
Point to multipoint control: the WT8266-S1 support 1 to 8 connect.
Benefit #2
Smartlink technology: access internet in 2 second.
Benefit #3

Technology
HardwareConnectPort X2 - Industrial-Grade Programmable XBee to IP GatewaysDigi - XBee and XBee-PRO ZigBee RF Modules
SoftwareiDigi Device Cloud
Tech PartnersActilityIntamacStratoscale

IoT Snapshot: Hardware
Processors & Boards
Transceivers
Sensors & Actuators
Gateways
Devices & Equipment
Wearables

IoT Snapshot: Software
Software as a Service
Artificial Intelligence
Platform as a Service
Cybersecurity
Infrastructure as a Service

IoT Snapshot: Service
System Integration
Hardware Development
Software Development
Network Connectivity

Industries
Heavy Vehicle
Automotive
Transportation
Energy
Construction & Buildings
Equipment & Machinery
Mining
Chemicals
Other

Functions
Discrete Manufacturing
Process Manufacturing
Maintenance
Logistics & Warehousing
Product Development
Quality Assurance
Other

Connectivity Protocols
6LoWPAN
AMQP
ANT
Alljoyn
BACnet
Bluetooth
Brillo
Cellular
CoAP
DDS
DNS-SD
DigiMesh
EnOcean
Ethernet
FirstNet
Hypercat
IO-Link
IPSO
IPv6
IoTivity
KNX
LPWAN
LWM2M
LoRaWAN
LonWorks
M-Bus
MQTT
Modbus
NFC
Neul
oneM2M
PROFIBUS
RFID
RS-232
RS-422
RS-485
Satellite
Sigfox
Thread
UDP
UPnP
Weave
WebSocket
Wi SUN
Wi-Fi
WirelessHart
XMPP
Z-Wave
ZigBee
Other frequency

Overview
ImageSafety Wi-Fi Socket for Smart Home SolutionConnected OfficerMonitoring Unmanned Weather StationsUnswerving Focus Solidifies Traffic SafetyIoT Powering A New Way to Light Streets with Bifacial Solar PanelsIntamac And Securitas Collaborate To Improve Monitoring StructuresPC-based PAC solution for material handling AGV optimizationStratoscale & SanDisk | Transforming DevTest Deployment Process
Verified Vendor
SnapshotSafety Wi-Fi Socket for Smart Home SolutionConnected OfficerMonitoring Unmanned Weather StationsUnswerving Focus Solidifies Traffic SafetyER Telecom Turns To LoRaWAN To Accelerate Digital Transformation In RussiaIoT Powering A New Way to Light Streets with Bifacial Solar PanelsIntamac And Securitas Collaborate To Improve Monitoring StructuresPC-based PAC solution for material handling AGV optimizationStratoscale & SanDisk | Transforming DevTest Deployment Process
Challenge
To create a home automation environment, let user have a more comfortable, more energy efficient, safer household life
 Mobile/web app for location tracking of police officers  Automatic alerts to supervisors based on gestures & actions in case of emergency  Live streaming of crime scene to supervisors  Automatic dispatch of backup to crime scenes  Historical and real-time tracking of police officers’ vehicles
Unmanned weather stations play an essential role in the effort to analyze and predict the world's ever-changing weather patterns. The unmanned stations collect and store large amounts of weather data and then download the data at regular intervals to a back-end host for analysis and long-term storage. The computing device housed in the weather station must be robust enough to work continuously for long periods of time while exposed to a wide range of temperatures. It should also be able to collect readings from various sensors that use different data transmission protocols, and have the capability to store large amounts of data.
Providing machine-to-machine (M2M) wireless connectivity to deliver vital traffic information to local municipalities and their motorists to improve traffic safety.

Russia offers a unique environment for IoT connectivity compared to densely populated European countries, because of the sheer size of the Russian Federation and its sparsely-populated or empty areas where there is no GSM mobile network coverage – although these areas can still be home to industries such as mining, oil & gas production or logging. In addition, there is a specific requirement to store and process all data within Russian borders to comply with national data protection regulations.

When James Meringer’s commercial contracting business experienced a rapid increase in solar projects, he also saw an opportunity to extend the benefits of solar by using the bifacial solar panels he’d become familiar with in new ways. Bifacial solar panels enable sunlight from both sides of the panel, making it a more efficient harvest of solar power. Seeing the panel’s power, James and his team set out to use the same technology for street lighting. Until now, solar street lights have served as utilitarian solutions that force designers to choose between form and function. The Mira Bella Energy team has changed that.

Securitas wanted to give new and existing customers a proposition that was unlike anything they had offered before, a security system that broke the traditional mould but took advantage of the monitoring infrastructure that was already in place, including the manned response capabilities and alarm receiving centres.

Widely used across many industries, Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) have been scooting around factory floors for decades. Thanks to evolving technologies like sensors, wireless networks and automatic control technologies, their guidance methods and physical dimensions continue to evolve and now small lightweight trackless AGV are being rolled out. An American AGV System Integrator (SI) was designing a Laser Guided Vehicle (LGV) for a material handling system in an automotive assembly plant. Since the plant’s existing AGV system used an expensive PLC-based control system there weren’t enough functions to meet the new control requirements, the company decided to upgrade and shift to a compact PC-based PAC control system ideal for the new compact vehicle design, capable of integrating with upper management systems using a single software application to replace the original two software applications.

Western Digital R&D teams continuously run testing cycles, as a part of the organization’s mission to deliver innovative products to a wide variety of customers. DevTest projects require setting up and customizing physical servers; these are not only resource intensive tasks, but also time-consuming and often result in a slow time-to-market. Scaling up and out adds another layer of complexity, especially given the difficulty of managing various hardware configurations.

Solution
Use a IOT Wi-Fi module to wirelessly control, and connect to internet by IOT cloud service. User can control the socket through an APP on smartphone APP anywhere and anytime
The solution proposed by Synapt requires high-speed wireless network and a variety of sensors, including motion sensors, body-worn cameras, gun-lift sensors, etc. These sensors are seamlessly integrated with Synapt’s IoT products, Gateway Enablement Framework, IoT Middleware Platform, Service Management Framework, and Data Analytics Framework, in order to deliver the sought benefits. In addition, Synapt developed a mobile app targeting police officers that works with an integrated OBD II GPS device to provide the exact location of each officer on the mobile map. The solution is tailor-made and vertical-specific to cater to four types of users.
Protocol Conversion and Front-end Data Processing The data collected by a typical unmanned weather station includes temperature, rainfall and snow accumulation, air pressure, humidity, and ultraviolet intensity. One of the tasks that the UC-7420 unit must handle is protocol conversion, since there is no guarantee that the devices collecting the weather data all use the same protocol. In addition, the UC-7420 can be used to do preliminary data processing before downloading data to the central computer. MOXA's UC-7420 is ideally suited for these tasks, since the user can easily embed a C program that is custom written for the devices used at the station. If future changes involve adding or removing devices, the programmer simply needs to modify the C code, recompile it, and then download the executable program over the network to the UC-7420 unit. Connecting to the Network and the Internet In addition to being programmable, the UC-7420 also offers users an array of connection options. To begin with, data entering the serial ports from attached sensors can be processed and then forwarded through one or both of the dual Ethernet ports to the LAN. One of the serial ports can also be connected to a V.90 or GPRS modem for PPP connections, and a PCMCIA port is available for installing a wireless LAN card for 802.11b/g networks. By including multiple connection options in the UC-7420's design, user's gain the flexibility needed to connect from virtually anywhere. Combinations of connection types can also be used to provide redundancy. For example, if unavoidable network problems cause an interruption in service, the user can connect by modem. CompactFlash Storage Space One of the dilemmas faced when creating a "small" computer is how to provide users with adequate storage space. For unmanned applications, it is best if the storage device does not contain moving parts. Although hard drives may seem to last forever for day-to-day use, we cannot make this assumption for continuous use at remote locations. The UC-7420 overcomes this problem by providing a CompactFlash slot. If needed, flash memory cards with storage capacity of up to several gigabytes can be used to store data until it is convenient to transfer the data to a central computer.
Web-based, wirelessly enabled, intelligent traffic signs — including radar speed display signs and variable message signs powered by KORE Global Connect. With multi-national customers using web-based interfaces, All Traffic Solutions delivers global access to local traffic data in real-time. The data and statistics collected by these devices are what helps customers determine safety benchmarks, traffic pattern flows and ultimately change the flow of traffic in a city for the better. And by coordinating with KORE, All Traffic Solutions is able to manufacture every device they deploy with wireless connectivity, knowing that global services are available and can be implemented quickly and easily when requested by their customers. This single source solution allows municipalities to take advantage of the wireless connectivity without having to order different equipment. Since every device is installed with this capability, they have the opportunity to decide to use it or not.

Searching for an IoT communication solution that is easy to deploy, offers long -orange coverage and the lowest total cost of ownership, ERTH was quick to recognize the benefits of LoRaWAN, and chose to work with Actility, based on the company’s existing track record in powering over half of all the national scale LPWA networks deployed by operators globally. “The agreement signed between ER-Telecom Holding and Actility is an important step in building a federal IoT coverage”, says Andrey Kuzyaev, the President of ER-Telecom Holding.

Mira Bella Energy had a unique panel designed to be mounted to street lights. The bifacial solar panel is mounted vertically, instead of being mounted to the top of the light pole as it is traditionally. Vertically mounting the panel allows allows it to capture both day and evening sunlight. The 5-foot panels look like fins and are designed to be wind-tolerant. Each has a lithium-ion battery stack in that pole for night. The batteries are good for 3,000 charging cycles, or around 8 years of use. This means that lighting can be completely removed from the grid, or a hybrid approach can be used. To make the solution as smart, efficient and scalable as possible, Mira Bella Energy created an intelligent, bifacial solar powered lighting system by putting Internet of Things technology to work. To do this, each street light panel is also equipped with Digi XBee RF modules, a X2/X4 gateway and a connection to Digi Device Cloud. The XBee collects and communicates information from the street light solar panel to the gateway, which sends the information to the cloud where it's accessible via a web dashboard. “Our Santa Cruz solar street light product utilizes the Digi XBee module, a Digi gateway and Digi Device Cloud for control and communication. That’s what enables our product to participate in the Internet of Things,” said Mira Bella Founder James Meringer. “We used Digi products years ago with another company and always knew Digi would be one to watch for communications devices.”

The premise for the security system was that it should be extremely user friendly and accessible to a diverse target market. For this reason the dedicated gateway incorporates GPRS and broadband connectivity, making it possible for those without a fixed broadband connection to benefit from a monitored alarm.

The client had several requirements for this project. Not only did the new hardware have to be small enough and robust enough to survive in the harsh factory conditions, it was also essential that there wouldn’t be any breakdown in communication between the LGV and the control room. To ensure this stability, the SI used industrial grade wireless devices with wider network coverage and higher power output. It was also required that any system provided to the SI would be able to support their bespoke version of Linux (Debian Wheezy X64). Inside the LGV, an APAX-5580Control IPC with three modules (APAX-5490, APAX-5046, APAX-5040) was connected to the motion controller and safety relay. To wirelessly communicate to the control site and EKI-5525 and EKI-6331AN were connected to the APAX-5580. An IDS-3110 touchscreen monitor was attached to the exterior of the LGV. The APAX-5580 combines the capabilities of PLC and PC but also is a PC-based open control platform to provide industrial computing performance and integrate a variety of I/O modules with ease. Featuring a fanless, low power, ultra-compact and cable-free connection makes it be particularly suitable for the AGV automation control applications which require high stability in limited space. To protect the operating system and its data, the APAX-5580 also includes an industrial-grade mSATA SSD with excellent anti-shock and anti-vibration properties. In the event of system problem the PAC also includes a SD card one key recovery function which lets users quickly return the system to the default factory settings. It’s also an application ready platform for embedded applications. Regardless of what the customers’ applications require, users can fully utilize itsrich I/O interfaces to connect a wide range of peripheral devices such as digital/analog signals, Ethernet network, computer monitor, memory card, etc. Plus, it can support multiple operating systems and drivers to shorten the development time of System Integrators. To communicate with the control station the LGV also includes a small EKI-5525 5-port Fast Ethernet ProView Switch and an EKI-6331AN IEEE 802.11 a/n Wi-Fi AP/CPE wireless module. For users to help communicate directly with the LGV an IDS-3110 10.4” industrial-grade TFT LCD touch screen. By adopting ultra-thin and non-frame design, the monitor perfectly fits with the compact AGV embedded applications. In the Control Site, an EKI-7710E Managed switch is responsible for sending signals to EKI-6311’s spread throughout the site. The EKI-7710 is an All-in-One managed redundant switch not only provides network redundancy in the car assembly factory but also has high output power for the reliable coverage and data throughput and 2x2 MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) to optimize data transmission, as well as supporting wide temperature range (-20~70°C) with IP55 protection.

Stratoscale Symphony Software-Defined Hyperconverged Private Cloud includes holistic on-prem solution that covers the entire datacenter stack in addition to advanced cloud capabilities that are delivered on-prem.  Secdonly the Private Cloud includes freedom of choice, which is deployed on any commodity x86 server, enabling maximal utilization of existing hardware.

Customer
Orvibo: A company focus on IOT technology and create smart home products and solutions. Aims to create a more comfortable, more energy efficient, safer household life experience.
The client is one of the world’s largest wireless service providers serving millions of customers in the US. The key business areas of the client include wireless communication, voice, messaging, and broadband.
Located in State College, Pa., All Traffic Solutions is consistently recognized as a leading innovator in the traffic safety market for speed displays, message signs and imaging products, delivering groundbreaking levels of service and product capability. By integrating cloud technology into all of its products, All Traffic Solutions allows customers to manage all their equipment and data remotely, through a browser.

ER-Telecom Holding

Mira Bella Energy

Securitas

An American AGV System Integrator (SI)

SanDisk

Solution TypeIOTIOTIOTM2MIOTIOTITIOTIOT
Solution MaturityEmerging (technology has been on the market for > 2 years)Cutting Edge (technology has been on the market for < 2 years)Mature (technology has been on the market for > 5 years)Emerging (technology has been on the market for > 2 years)Emerging (technology has been on the market for > 2 years)Emerging (technology has been on the market for > 2 years)Cutting Edge (technology has been on the market for < 2 years)Mature (technology has been on the market for > 5 years)Cutting Edge (technology has been on the market for < 2 years)
Data Collected
Location tracking, Motion sensor data, Visual data from body-worn cameras.
Traffic flow trends and patterns.
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Use Cases
Use CasesPerimeter Security & Access Control Process Control & Optimization (PCO)

Operational Impact
Impact #1
Data Aggregation - Cloud solutions enable aggregation of 'big data' to enable more robust analysis and lower costs.
Command and control view—quicker, better perimeter control for quick conflict resolution. Quicker officer response times.
Multiple connection options for greater networking versatility. Maintenance personnel can monitor from a remote location
Municipalities around the world can receive vital traffic and safety information to better manage traffic flow, implement new DOT programs, improve driver and pedestrian safety as well as the reduce traffic congestion.

The Russian ecosystem is burgeoning rapidly. Today, there is a shortage of localized devices using the dedicated radio frequencies for LoRaWAN in Russia, but according to ERTH, there are enough to begin PoCs. ER-Telecom Holding is working with local and global partners to address this issue. Many IoT start-ups are beginning to emerge to join the Russian IoT and LoRaWAN ecosystem and ERTH will open a dedicated developer portal for Russia with the help of Actility.

Ability to utilize motion detection, manage light brightness, monitor the charge of batteries and to have a complete view into what type of solar harvest is being pulled from the panels at any point in time.

Home security alerts by SMS, email and app notifications.

Advantech's PAC open control platform provides many advanced features for System Integrators to quickly and conveniently develop their applications.

The lab environment deployment process has been significantly simplified and enables setting up of 100s of VMs in minutes, as well as consolidating multiple labs on heterogeneous hardware.

Impact #2
Real-time monitoring: online internet service by IOT cloud.
Lowered incidence of property crimes due to greater investigative capabilities
Programmability gives system integrators infinite possibilities. No fan, no hard drive design for longer MTBF. CompactFlash slot for adding gigabytes of storage space
Increasing information flow through a variety of sensors available for data collection (tampering, cameras, speed, traffic patterns, etc.)

Actility is not only supporting ERTH with its network roll-out, but it will also offer IoT expertise to Russian customers as well as lead the development of a Russian LoRaWAN ecosystem.” Felix Marnin, Actility.

Broadband and GPRS connectivity for broad accessibility.

Stratoscale Symphony utilizes hyperconvergence to increase utilization, while ensuring high availability; Symphony’s flexibility enables the management of mixed workloads via a single pane of glass.

Impact #3
Officer paperwork automation, Accurate data reduces manual errors.

ER-Telecom Holding is also transforming itself and creating new business in the process. The company is developing own products and platform for SMEs offering a building management utility. “We want to become an IoT business“, says Victor Ratnikov. “In technology, there’s no one size fits all. We are not focused on technology, but on our customers, their businesses, and how our solutions can help them transform.”

Video and camera monitoring for streaming and still images.

Stratoscale’s self-service user experience offers templates for physical and virtual servers for simple, easy and quick deployment for projects.


Quantitative Benefit
Benefit #1
Point to multipoint control: the WT8266-S1 support 1 to 8 connect.
Benefit #2
Smartlink technology: access internet in 2 second.
Benefit #3

Technology
HardwareConnectPort X2 - Industrial-Grade Programmable XBee to IP GatewaysDigi - XBee and XBee-PRO ZigBee RF Modules
SoftwareiDigi Device Cloud
Tech PartnersActilityIntamacStratoscale

IoT Snapshot: Hardware
Processors & Boards
Transceivers
Sensors & Actuators
Gateways
Devices & Equipment
Wearables

IoT Snapshot: Software
Software as a Service
Artificial Intelligence
Platform as a Service
Cybersecurity
Infrastructure as a Service

IoT Snapshot: Service
System Integration
Hardware Development
Software Development
Network Connectivity

Industries
Heavy Vehicle
Automotive
Transportation
Energy
Construction & Buildings
Equipment & Machinery
Mining
Chemicals
Other

Functions
Discrete Manufacturing
Process Manufacturing
Maintenance
Logistics & Warehousing
Product Development
Quality Assurance
Other

Connectivity Protocols
6LoWPAN
AMQP
ANT
Alljoyn
BACnet
Bluetooth
Brillo
Cellular
CoAP
DDS
DNS-SD
DigiMesh
EnOcean
Ethernet
FirstNet
Hypercat
IO-Link
IPSO
IPv6
IoTivity
KNX
LPWAN
LWM2M
LoRaWAN
LonWorks
M-Bus
MQTT
Modbus
NFC
Neul
oneM2M
PROFIBUS
RFID
RS-232
RS-422
RS-485
Satellite
Sigfox
Thread
UDP
UPnP
Weave
WebSocket
Wi SUN
Wi-Fi
WirelessHart
XMPP
Z-Wave
ZigBee
Other frequency