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Unite Set For 10% Energy Reduction Thanks To Eseye Shoebill

Unite Set For 10% Energy Reduction Thanks To Eseye Shoebill
Unite Set For 10% Energy Reduction Thanks To Eseye Shoebill
Unite Set For 10% Energy Reduction Thanks To Eseye Shoebill

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ImageUnite Set For 10% Energy Reduction Thanks To Eseye ShoebillSmart Street Light Network (Copenhagen)Intelligent Building Automation System and Energy Saving SolutionIIC Precision Crop Management TestbedEnergy Conservation and Efficiency in a Shanghai Office BuildingCellular RTU for Building Beijing Water Pipeline Remote Monitoring SystemsIIC - Water Management TestbedImproving Vending Machine Profitability with the Internet of Things (IoT)How to Connect & Take Control
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SnapshotUnite Set For 10% Energy Reduction Thanks To Eseye ShoebillSmart Street Light Network (Copenhagen)Intelligent Building Automation System and Energy Saving SolutionIIC Precision Crop Management TestbedEnergy Conservation and Efficiency in a Shanghai Office BuildingCellular RTU for Building Beijing Water Pipeline Remote Monitoring SystemsIIC - Water Management TestbedImproving Vending Machine Profitability with the Internet of Things (IoT)How to Connect & Take Control
Challenge

Unite Students needed to find out where and when the most energy was being expended, so they could better devise strategies to reduce energy consumption. Key to this plan was a monitor that wasn’t intrusive to the business or the residents and that didn’t require releasing staff to take meter readings.

Key stakeholders are taking a comprehensive approach to rethinking smart city innovation. City leaders have collaborated through partnerships involving government, research institutions and solution providers. The Copenhagen Solutions Lab is one of the leading organizations at the forefront of this movement. By bringing together manufacturers with municipal buyers, the Copenhagen Solutions Lab has catalyzed the development and deployment of next-generation smart city innovations. Copenhagen is leveraging this unique approach to accelerate the implementation of smart city solutions. One of the primary focus areas is LED street lighting.

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.

The global population is continuing to grow at a rapid pace placing increasing demands on the global food supply. In addition, impacts from climate change and a yearly reduction of available arable land will require the Agricultural sector to develop better ways of increasing crop yields and reducing costs. GOAL The goal for the Precision Crop Management Testbed is to create an environment where IoT solutions with the potential to impact world hunger can be developed.

Conservation of energy resources through energy management solutions are receiving considerable attention in the modern office building sector. Specific questions were directed towards average monthly energy costs and energy consumption. Meanwhile administrators need to have sufficient information about the state of their facilities’ to plan energy conservation. For those reasons, new office buildings are usually embedded with advanced technology energy efficiency features to monitor their electricity and water resources to detect leaks in the building’s plumbing and facilities usage to reduce energy costs as well as providing a comfortable office environment.

Water pipeline pressure needs to be kept at 0.3 Mpa in order to deliver a reliable stream of tap water to homes, businesses, and factories. Water companies use real-time monitoring systems in order to achieve consistent water pressure management that can quickly respond to any sudden drops of water pressure. System Requirements - Monitor all the distributed pressure points of a widely distributed water pipeline network - Monitor and display in real-time data from every pressure value on the central SCADA system HMI - Stable cellular communications network - High expandability

The growing water shortage is regarded as the most crucial global challenge, affecting both developing and developed nations at present. Large amount of water is lost in between the point of production and receipt by end users due to leaky pipes and outdated infrastructure. This results in the loss of millions of dollars and huge wastage of such a key resource. GOAL A substantial opportunity exists to reduce the amount of water lost. As water can be lost at multiple points over a wide geographical area, Internet of Things (IoT) technology is particularly well suited to address this problem. The Smart Water Management Testbed will implement a network of real-time sensors (leakage, moisture, and water -flow detection). These will be deployed at high-risk locations across the testbed water infrastructure to reduce the amount of water being ‘lost’ by: • Rapid detection of leaks • Preemptive detection of potential leaks • Precision irrigation of watered areas

The vending industry is undergoing a sea change, taking advantage of new technologies to go beyond just delivering snacks to creating a new retail location. Intelligent vending machines can be found in many public locations as well as company facilities, selling different types of goods and services, including even computer accessories, gold bars, tickets, and office supplies. With increasing sophistication, they may also provide time- and location-based data pertaining to sales, inventory, and customer preferences. But at the end of the day, vending machine operators know greater profitability is driven by higher sales and lower operating costs.

Customers have very similar challenges nowadays. Cost saving is high on the agenda as is safety. Common themes under customers with Materials Handling Equipment are; how to make sure that they stay within contracted hours but not under use the equipment. Another point is out of contract cost caused by misuse of equipment. We from Hyster like to help our customers to find a solution that fits your organization. With Hyster Tracker we are able to track your trucks and help to save you money. General savings can be up to 20% spread across different parts of the business. For example with the digital operator checklists which saves time and reduces the paper hassle. Or with the rotation of equipment when we see underutilization in one place and over usage in another, based on the telemetry data.

Solution

Shoebill is the suitable solution. It collects data more frequently than similar products on the market, every half an hour instead of once or twice a day, and it could measure consumption from two units through its twin current clamp sensors. Hardware Components - Shoebill: GSM Enabled Utility Monitor

Copenhagen chose Silver Spring Networks and partners Citelum and SELC to deploy an enhanced city lighting system designed to improve energy effi ciency, lower operational costs, enable remote lighting management and control, and improve citizen safety. The goal is to install and network 20,000 LED street lights throughout the city, and provide a flexible network that can then support many other smart city applications.

The University of Indonesia has a class booking system which is used to force students and lecturers to use the classrooms effectively. Therefore, the proposed intelligent building automation system needed to be able to integrate with this system and update the schedule time automatically. The proposed system needed to use a SCADA system that could control the lights and air conditioners based on the scheduled system, and monitor the lights and ACs in real-time. Power consumption can also be measured using a power meter installed in the building and connected to the controller. To manage the data coming from the circuit breakers and air conditioners an IPC-7220 industrial PC is installed with WebAccess 8.0. Going beyond SCADA, WebAccess 8.x is also a HTML5 Business Intelligent Dashboard which can be opened from anywhere on any HTML5 compatible browser. The Business Intelligent Dashboard analyses data and helps managers make decisions as to what to do and WebAccess 8.x also provides developers with the tools to design their own widgets and applications and the integration with many database systems such as MySQL, Oracle, SQL Server, through ODBC. Included is a set of Excel templates or users can build their own report templates to generate daily, weekly, monthly and yearly reports to help predict the status of equipment. Through HTML5, a limitless number of users, with varying access levels are able to read information and make changes from wherever they are using either the Internet or Intranet. To connect the IPC-7220 to the rest of the network and EKI-3528 unmanaged switch is used. The EKI-3528 is a new generation of products with a green Ethernet design. They feature green solutions that automatically adjust power consumption by detecting the link status and cable length. Designed with 1/2 "VIP" ports to get optimal bandwidth for media traffics through VIP ports users can experience better performance of multimedia streaming preferred through prioritized bandwidth setting. The devices come with compact metal and plastic housing that is IP40 rated to protect against dusty industrial environments. The wide power input power (8.4 to 52.4 VDC) is dedicated to operate in areas of unstable power and rugged environments. It also provides an event alarm and in the event of a power failure and connection loop, the integrated LED will activate the alarm to notify administrators. After the switch is an ADAM-5510/TCP which is used to connect to the air conditioning controllers and the circuit breakers via the ADAM-5056S’s 16-ch Digital Output Module and ADAM-5051S’s 16-ch Digital Input Module. The ADAM-5510/TCP, ADAM-5056S and ADAM-5051S combination is used to control and monitor the status of circuit breakers which is connected to the lights in the classroom. In addition, all ACs in classrooms can be turned on/off based on the scheduler by using IR-Controller which are connected to ADAM-5510/TCP through an RS-485 connection.

*This is an IIC testbed currently in progress.* LEAD MEMBERS Infosys SUPPORTING COMPANIES Sakata Seed America, Inc. MARKET SEGMENT Agriculture Technology (Agri-Tech) FEATURES • Integration of aerial imagery and multiple sensor technologies to provide a ‘360-degree’ view of the plant environment • Near real-time, 24/7 transmission of data via mesh / cellular network • Ability to analyze data, through the provision and analysis of high-volume sensor data TESTBED INTRODCUTION The Testbed will explore the ability of IoT technology to improve Crop Management, through increased production (yield), lower operational costs plus smarter applications of chemicals and fertilizers. The Testbed will focus on improving crop yield through the analysis of real-time data from a variety of environmental sensors and other sources of truth located in commercial crop fields or throughout the enterprise.

The Shanghai Hung-Xiang Building was completed in June, 2011. This new office building with 15 floors and 3 basement levels, implemented the Building Energy Management System (BEMS) to effectively monitor its equipment usage, especially in terms of electricity and water. Because of its large building area, the building needed more than a thousand monitoring points to collect details of the facilities’ conditions and control several subsystems, including fresh air handling units, heat pumps, water supply and the facilities’ energy conservation devices. All of the data has to be transmitted to the energy management system to help the supervisor to fully understand the situations of each floor. Advantech's Building Energy Management System (BEMS), combines two major hardware devices. The first item is a 20-ch BAS-3520 Web-enabled DDC Controller which delivers various onboard I/O’s to satisfy versatile application requirements and is installed on each floor to control and monitor the chiller plant, AHU and plumbing facilities. The second device is a BEMG-4110 Energy Data Concentrator which is in charge of data collection from water and power meters. In addition, the browser-based HMI/SCADA software - WebAccess is another key segment for any BEMS. Advantech's WebAccess applications provides remote control and management allowing users to easily view, control, and configure automation equipment in building automation systems. Through the use of data acquisition devices and real-time data control software, the administrator can easily control and manage all the devices in a building via Advantech's BEMS. Technology Deployed: WebAccess: Browser-based HMI/SCADA Software BAS-3520: 20-ch Web-enabled DDC Controller BEMG-4110: Energy Data Concentrator with 4 x COM, 1 x LAN

Moxa's ioLogik W5340 is a cellular RTU solution designed specifically for remote monitoring systems. Compared with RF monitoring solutions, cellular offers a more cost efficient way to build a remote monitoring solution. Traditional cellular products use polling to request data, which requires a static and public IP. Moxa’s ioLogik W5340 can actively update pressure values to the SCADA system regardless of what kind of IP address it uses. In addition, active reporting provides a way to get real-time data from the remote location, which is impossible with a polling system. As a simple comparison, it takes a traditional polling architecture two to three minutes to obtain four different pressure values from different monitoring sites. The ioLogik W5340 can use active communications to obtain the status in just a few seconds. Moreover, the ioLogik W5340 also supports local intelligence, so control logic can be executed and stored in the front-end device for a truly PC-free solution. The ioLogik W5340 includes free Active OPC Server software that integrates seamlessly with any SCADA system. In addition to Active OPC Server, the free Moxa DA-Center software allows users to feed the I/O data straight into a database or quickly produce Excel files for data analysis.

*This is an IIC testbed currently in progress.* LEAD MEMBER Infosys SUPPORTING COMPANIES GE, EMC, Sierra Wireless MARKET SEGMENT Local government, public facilities, critical infrastructure, organizations with large campuses, emerging markets FEATURES • Monitor water flows at key places in the infrastructure • Visualize the water flow for different time-lines • Showcase patterns, trends in intuitive ways • Manage irrigation based on the readings from moisture sensors • Offer alarms to improve operations for fixing leakage issues TESTBED INTRODUCTION The growing water shortage is now regarded as the most crucial global challenge, affecting both developing and developed nations (World Economic Forum: The Global Risks Report 2015). Growing water shortages have been driven by a rapid increase in the global population, accelerating climate change, growing industrialization in developing countries, and aging infrastructure. Cities and large organizations are increasingly struggling to meet growing demands for water and will have to take measures for reducing the water losses. The focus of this testbed is reducing water losses through the implementation of IoT technologies across the water infrastructure. It could be a city, large campuses of private organizations or large infrastructure utilities like airports or shopping malls. Infosys, a member of the Industrial Internet Consortium, is leading this testbed, with contribution from consortium members GE, EMC, Sierra Wireless and others. The testbed will be developed from the context of smart city initiative. It will have a platform on which additional testbeds like lighting management, environment management, security, etc. can be developed.

Addressing these priorities, Intel and ADLINK Technology are delivering products and services based on the Internet of Things (IoT), which refers to billions of Internet-connected devices ranging from industrial sensors to pedometers. This paper details a vending machine management and data analytics solutions that connects a fleet of machines to the cloud-based tools that can help generate more revenue and reduce maintenance effort.

The first level of Hyster Tracker technology includes all of the essential tracking capabilities that help to effectively manage fleets of trucks and operators. This data can help to identify equipment that may be over-utilised, which may otherwise lead to increased maintenance and service costs. It can also identify under-used equipment. Operator access control works with RFID cards to ensure that specific equipment is used only by authorised or appropriately trained operators. It also helps to manage incidents and improve driver accountability by identifying who was operating a truck in the event of a recorded incident. To drive down fuel or power costs, the idle shutdown function can also be set. Operator Pre-shift Checklist Tracking forces the operator to complete a series of verifications before the equipment can be operated

Customer

Unite Students provides Purpose Built Student Accommodation across the United Kingdom. ‘Unite Students’ is the trade name for The Unite Group Plc, a London Stock Exchange listed business and a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index.

Copenhagen, one of the world’s most sustainable and smartest cities, as set the ambitious goal of becoming carbon neutral by the year 2025. For that reason, the city is transforming how it manages energy use, traffic systems and emergency response. Copenhagen’s commitment to the smart city transformation begins, in part, through more efficient and networked street lighting systems supported by Silver Spring Networks.

The University of Indonesia

The Shanghai Hung-Xiang Building

Babcock International Group provides 24/7 support for the largest naval base in Western Europe, where many of its 80 Hyster fork lift trucks are operating on a multishift basis.

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Data Collected
Utility consumption data
• Main Service Meter • Drive Motor / Engine Runtime Meter • Hydraulic Operation Meter • Transmission/Traction Operation Meter • Odometer • Monitored Duration • Container Count (Truck specific) • Energy Fuel Used • Laden Hours • Un-Laden Hours • Impacts horizontal • Impacts vertical • Checklist • Telemetry System Diagnostics • Truck Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) • Drive Session • System Fault • System Information • Truck Status • Key Switch 'On' Duration • Operation Presence Duration • Moving Duration • Hydraulic Function Duration • Working Duration • Lift Duration • Lower Duration • Auxiliary Hydraulic Duration • Low Speed Operation Duration • Medium Speed Operation Duration • High Speed Operation Duration • Low Overspeed Operation Duration • High Overspeed Operation Duration • Reverse Gear Duration • Forward Gear Duration • Seat Belt Interlock Violation Duration • Idle Time
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Use Cases
Use CasesBuilding Energy Management System (BEMS)Smart City OperationsBuilding Automation and Controls (BAC)Precision FarmingBuilding Energy Management System (BEMS)Water Quality and Leakage MonitoringWater Quality and Leakage MonitoringProcess Control & Optimization (PCO)Fleet Management (FM)

Operational Impact
Impact #1

Data Aggregation - Cloud solutions enable aggregation of 'big data' to enable more robust analysis and lower energy costs.

Energy Efficiency - Highly efficient LED fixtures ensure energy savings and a better quality of light.

Improved crop productivity (yield) through early abnormality detection and corrective actions capability and the identification of optimal (and sub-optimal) crop conditions with actionable insight

Building administrator can effortlessly control the facilities in real time and receive periodic reports to help them to analyze and adjust the building's energy consumption to achieve greater energy efficiencies.

Real-time data acquisition with active report technology

A reduction in the amount of water used should result in a monetary saving.

Lower Operating Costs

Reassures Babcock that drivers are complying with all legal requirements to carry out appropriate checks before starting work.

Impact #2

Energy Efficiency - The amount of energy used in particular time and place can be identified and lowered.

Remote Control - Real-time visibility, monitoring, and control improves asset and resource efficiency.

Improved operational efficiency through optimized aerial sampling and inspections

Advantech’s solution can provide more I/O points for the future expansion.

All-in-one cellular solution, seamless connection to SCADA via Active OPC server

The ability to anticipate delivery disruptions will likely result in lower maintenance costs.

Simplified Deployment and Operation

Reporting helps us to manage asset decisions according to over- or under-utilisation.

Impact #3

System Flexibility - Ongoing application development and improvements are relatively quick and inexpensive to implement due to the system's flexibility.

Precision irrigation, based on the analysis of soil moisture levels and /or weather patterns, could be expected to improve the overall efficiency of these operational functions.

Increased Sales and new Revenue Streams

Features such as oil immersed brakes have helped Babcock maintain maximum availability of the fleet in tough and challenging applications


Quantitative Benefit
Benefit #1

United Students has reduced their electricity bills by more than 10%.

Replacing its high-pressure sodium lamps with highly efficient LED fixtures that not only provide a better quality of light but also ensure energy savings of 65%.

Vending machines can also send real-time updates (e.g., supply and operating status) that can be used to optimize delivery schedules and logistics, and improve inventory tracking and control.

Babcock was the winner of the FLTA Safe Site Award 2013 as a result of the safety initiatives implemented, including the use of telematics on the site.

Benefit #2

Remote lighting management and control of 20,000 LED street lights throughout the city. The fusion of intersection-based occupancy sensors and light controls to sense an approaching bicyclist and provide extra light as they cross vehicle intersections.

The cloud makes it easier to implement promotional strategies for increasing transaction size and sales volumes, like gifting, dynamic pricing, vouchers, coupons, and loyalty programs, which is virtually impossible with conventional vending machines.

Benefit #3

Vending machine operators can generate incremental revenue from product manufacturers who want to show directed advertisements to customers and encourage repurchases by sending coupons to their mobile phones.


Technology
HardwareFM2O.E.M. Industrial Telemetry Products
Software
Tech PartnersCitelumIndustrial Internet Consortium (IIC)Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)Sierra WirelessDell EMCGeneral Electric (GE)ADLINKSpeedshield TechnologiesChang Hong Technology Co. Ltd.

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
ImageUnite Set For 10% Energy Reduction Thanks To Eseye ShoebillSmart Street Light Network (Copenhagen)Intelligent Building Automation System and Energy Saving SolutionIIC Precision Crop Management TestbedEnergy Conservation and Efficiency in a Shanghai Office BuildingCellular RTU for Building Beijing Water Pipeline Remote Monitoring SystemsIIC - Water Management TestbedImproving Vending Machine Profitability with the Internet of Things (IoT)How to Connect & Take Control
Verified Vendor
SnapshotUnite Set For 10% Energy Reduction Thanks To Eseye ShoebillSmart Street Light Network (Copenhagen)Intelligent Building Automation System and Energy Saving SolutionIIC Precision Crop Management TestbedEnergy Conservation and Efficiency in a Shanghai Office BuildingCellular RTU for Building Beijing Water Pipeline Remote Monitoring SystemsIIC - Water Management TestbedImproving Vending Machine Profitability with the Internet of Things (IoT)How to Connect & Take Control
Challenge

Unite Students needed to find out where and when the most energy was being expended, so they could better devise strategies to reduce energy consumption. Key to this plan was a monitor that wasn’t intrusive to the business or the residents and that didn’t require releasing staff to take meter readings.

Key stakeholders are taking a comprehensive approach to rethinking smart city innovation. City leaders have collaborated through partnerships involving government, research institutions and solution providers. The Copenhagen Solutions Lab is one of the leading organizations at the forefront of this movement. By bringing together manufacturers with municipal buyers, the Copenhagen Solutions Lab has catalyzed the development and deployment of next-generation smart city innovations. Copenhagen is leveraging this unique approach to accelerate the implementation of smart city solutions. One of the primary focus areas is LED street lighting.

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.

The global population is continuing to grow at a rapid pace placing increasing demands on the global food supply. In addition, impacts from climate change and a yearly reduction of available arable land will require the Agricultural sector to develop better ways of increasing crop yields and reducing costs. GOAL The goal for the Precision Crop Management Testbed is to create an environment where IoT solutions with the potential to impact world hunger can be developed.

Conservation of energy resources through energy management solutions are receiving considerable attention in the modern office building sector. Specific questions were directed towards average monthly energy costs and energy consumption. Meanwhile administrators need to have sufficient information about the state of their facilities’ to plan energy conservation. For those reasons, new office buildings are usually embedded with advanced technology energy efficiency features to monitor their electricity and water resources to detect leaks in the building’s plumbing and facilities usage to reduce energy costs as well as providing a comfortable office environment.

Water pipeline pressure needs to be kept at 0.3 Mpa in order to deliver a reliable stream of tap water to homes, businesses, and factories. Water companies use real-time monitoring systems in order to achieve consistent water pressure management that can quickly respond to any sudden drops of water pressure. System Requirements - Monitor all the distributed pressure points of a widely distributed water pipeline network - Monitor and display in real-time data from every pressure value on the central SCADA system HMI - Stable cellular communications network - High expandability

The growing water shortage is regarded as the most crucial global challenge, affecting both developing and developed nations at present. Large amount of water is lost in between the point of production and receipt by end users due to leaky pipes and outdated infrastructure. This results in the loss of millions of dollars and huge wastage of such a key resource. GOAL A substantial opportunity exists to reduce the amount of water lost. As water can be lost at multiple points over a wide geographical area, Internet of Things (IoT) technology is particularly well suited to address this problem. The Smart Water Management Testbed will implement a network of real-time sensors (leakage, moisture, and water -flow detection). These will be deployed at high-risk locations across the testbed water infrastructure to reduce the amount of water being ‘lost’ by: • Rapid detection of leaks • Preemptive detection of potential leaks • Precision irrigation of watered areas

The vending industry is undergoing a sea change, taking advantage of new technologies to go beyond just delivering snacks to creating a new retail location. Intelligent vending machines can be found in many public locations as well as company facilities, selling different types of goods and services, including even computer accessories, gold bars, tickets, and office supplies. With increasing sophistication, they may also provide time- and location-based data pertaining to sales, inventory, and customer preferences. But at the end of the day, vending machine operators know greater profitability is driven by higher sales and lower operating costs.

Customers have very similar challenges nowadays. Cost saving is high on the agenda as is safety. Common themes under customers with Materials Handling Equipment are; how to make sure that they stay within contracted hours but not under use the equipment. Another point is out of contract cost caused by misuse of equipment. We from Hyster like to help our customers to find a solution that fits your organization. With Hyster Tracker we are able to track your trucks and help to save you money. General savings can be up to 20% spread across different parts of the business. For example with the digital operator checklists which saves time and reduces the paper hassle. Or with the rotation of equipment when we see underutilization in one place and over usage in another, based on the telemetry data.

Solution

Shoebill is the suitable solution. It collects data more frequently than similar products on the market, every half an hour instead of once or twice a day, and it could measure consumption from two units through its twin current clamp sensors. Hardware Components - Shoebill: GSM Enabled Utility Monitor

Copenhagen chose Silver Spring Networks and partners Citelum and SELC to deploy an enhanced city lighting system designed to improve energy effi ciency, lower operational costs, enable remote lighting management and control, and improve citizen safety. The goal is to install and network 20,000 LED street lights throughout the city, and provide a flexible network that can then support many other smart city applications.

The University of Indonesia has a class booking system which is used to force students and lecturers to use the classrooms effectively. Therefore, the proposed intelligent building automation system needed to be able to integrate with this system and update the schedule time automatically. The proposed system needed to use a SCADA system that could control the lights and air conditioners based on the scheduled system, and monitor the lights and ACs in real-time. Power consumption can also be measured using a power meter installed in the building and connected to the controller. To manage the data coming from the circuit breakers and air conditioners an IPC-7220 industrial PC is installed with WebAccess 8.0. Going beyond SCADA, WebAccess 8.x is also a HTML5 Business Intelligent Dashboard which can be opened from anywhere on any HTML5 compatible browser. The Business Intelligent Dashboard analyses data and helps managers make decisions as to what to do and WebAccess 8.x also provides developers with the tools to design their own widgets and applications and the integration with many database systems such as MySQL, Oracle, SQL Server, through ODBC. Included is a set of Excel templates or users can build their own report templates to generate daily, weekly, monthly and yearly reports to help predict the status of equipment. Through HTML5, a limitless number of users, with varying access levels are able to read information and make changes from wherever they are using either the Internet or Intranet. To connect the IPC-7220 to the rest of the network and EKI-3528 unmanaged switch is used. The EKI-3528 is a new generation of products with a green Ethernet design. They feature green solutions that automatically adjust power consumption by detecting the link status and cable length. Designed with 1/2 "VIP" ports to get optimal bandwidth for media traffics through VIP ports users can experience better performance of multimedia streaming preferred through prioritized bandwidth setting. The devices come with compact metal and plastic housing that is IP40 rated to protect against dusty industrial environments. The wide power input power (8.4 to 52.4 VDC) is dedicated to operate in areas of unstable power and rugged environments. It also provides an event alarm and in the event of a power failure and connection loop, the integrated LED will activate the alarm to notify administrators. After the switch is an ADAM-5510/TCP which is used to connect to the air conditioning controllers and the circuit breakers via the ADAM-5056S’s 16-ch Digital Output Module and ADAM-5051S’s 16-ch Digital Input Module. The ADAM-5510/TCP, ADAM-5056S and ADAM-5051S combination is used to control and monitor the status of circuit breakers which is connected to the lights in the classroom. In addition, all ACs in classrooms can be turned on/off based on the scheduler by using IR-Controller which are connected to ADAM-5510/TCP through an RS-485 connection.

*This is an IIC testbed currently in progress.* LEAD MEMBERS Infosys SUPPORTING COMPANIES Sakata Seed America, Inc. MARKET SEGMENT Agriculture Technology (Agri-Tech) FEATURES • Integration of aerial imagery and multiple sensor technologies to provide a ‘360-degree’ view of the plant environment • Near real-time, 24/7 transmission of data via mesh / cellular network • Ability to analyze data, through the provision and analysis of high-volume sensor data TESTBED INTRODCUTION The Testbed will explore the ability of IoT technology to improve Crop Management, through increased production (yield), lower operational costs plus smarter applications of chemicals and fertilizers. The Testbed will focus on improving crop yield through the analysis of real-time data from a variety of environmental sensors and other sources of truth located in commercial crop fields or throughout the enterprise.

The Shanghai Hung-Xiang Building was completed in June, 2011. This new office building with 15 floors and 3 basement levels, implemented the Building Energy Management System (BEMS) to effectively monitor its equipment usage, especially in terms of electricity and water. Because of its large building area, the building needed more than a thousand monitoring points to collect details of the facilities’ conditions and control several subsystems, including fresh air handling units, heat pumps, water supply and the facilities’ energy conservation devices. All of the data has to be transmitted to the energy management system to help the supervisor to fully understand the situations of each floor. Advantech's Building Energy Management System (BEMS), combines two major hardware devices. The first item is a 20-ch BAS-3520 Web-enabled DDC Controller which delivers various onboard I/O’s to satisfy versatile application requirements and is installed on each floor to control and monitor the chiller plant, AHU and plumbing facilities. The second device is a BEMG-4110 Energy Data Concentrator which is in charge of data collection from water and power meters. In addition, the browser-based HMI/SCADA software - WebAccess is another key segment for any BEMS. Advantech's WebAccess applications provides remote control and management allowing users to easily view, control, and configure automation equipment in building automation systems. Through the use of data acquisition devices and real-time data control software, the administrator can easily control and manage all the devices in a building via Advantech's BEMS. Technology Deployed: WebAccess: Browser-based HMI/SCADA Software BAS-3520: 20-ch Web-enabled DDC Controller BEMG-4110: Energy Data Concentrator with 4 x COM, 1 x LAN

Moxa's ioLogik W5340 is a cellular RTU solution designed specifically for remote monitoring systems. Compared with RF monitoring solutions, cellular offers a more cost efficient way to build a remote monitoring solution. Traditional cellular products use polling to request data, which requires a static and public IP. Moxa’s ioLogik W5340 can actively update pressure values to the SCADA system regardless of what kind of IP address it uses. In addition, active reporting provides a way to get real-time data from the remote location, which is impossible with a polling system. As a simple comparison, it takes a traditional polling architecture two to three minutes to obtain four different pressure values from different monitoring sites. The ioLogik W5340 can use active communications to obtain the status in just a few seconds. Moreover, the ioLogik W5340 also supports local intelligence, so control logic can be executed and stored in the front-end device for a truly PC-free solution. The ioLogik W5340 includes free Active OPC Server software that integrates seamlessly with any SCADA system. In addition to Active OPC Server, the free Moxa DA-Center software allows users to feed the I/O data straight into a database or quickly produce Excel files for data analysis.

*This is an IIC testbed currently in progress.* LEAD MEMBER Infosys SUPPORTING COMPANIES GE, EMC, Sierra Wireless MARKET SEGMENT Local government, public facilities, critical infrastructure, organizations with large campuses, emerging markets FEATURES • Monitor water flows at key places in the infrastructure • Visualize the water flow for different time-lines • Showcase patterns, trends in intuitive ways • Manage irrigation based on the readings from moisture sensors • Offer alarms to improve operations for fixing leakage issues TESTBED INTRODUCTION The growing water shortage is now regarded as the most crucial global challenge, affecting both developing and developed nations (World Economic Forum: The Global Risks Report 2015). Growing water shortages have been driven by a rapid increase in the global population, accelerating climate change, growing industrialization in developing countries, and aging infrastructure. Cities and large organizations are increasingly struggling to meet growing demands for water and will have to take measures for reducing the water losses. The focus of this testbed is reducing water losses through the implementation of IoT technologies across the water infrastructure. It could be a city, large campuses of private organizations or large infrastructure utilities like airports or shopping malls. Infosys, a member of the Industrial Internet Consortium, is leading this testbed, with contribution from consortium members GE, EMC, Sierra Wireless and others. The testbed will be developed from the context of smart city initiative. It will have a platform on which additional testbeds like lighting management, environment management, security, etc. can be developed.

Addressing these priorities, Intel and ADLINK Technology are delivering products and services based on the Internet of Things (IoT), which refers to billions of Internet-connected devices ranging from industrial sensors to pedometers. This paper details a vending machine management and data analytics solutions that connects a fleet of machines to the cloud-based tools that can help generate more revenue and reduce maintenance effort.

The first level of Hyster Tracker technology includes all of the essential tracking capabilities that help to effectively manage fleets of trucks and operators. This data can help to identify equipment that may be over-utilised, which may otherwise lead to increased maintenance and service costs. It can also identify under-used equipment. Operator access control works with RFID cards to ensure that specific equipment is used only by authorised or appropriately trained operators. It also helps to manage incidents and improve driver accountability by identifying who was operating a truck in the event of a recorded incident. To drive down fuel or power costs, the idle shutdown function can also be set. Operator Pre-shift Checklist Tracking forces the operator to complete a series of verifications before the equipment can be operated

Customer

Unite Students provides Purpose Built Student Accommodation across the United Kingdom. ‘Unite Students’ is the trade name for The Unite Group Plc, a London Stock Exchange listed business and a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index.

Copenhagen, one of the world’s most sustainable and smartest cities, as set the ambitious goal of becoming carbon neutral by the year 2025. For that reason, the city is transforming how it manages energy use, traffic systems and emergency response. Copenhagen’s commitment to the smart city transformation begins, in part, through more efficient and networked street lighting systems supported by Silver Spring Networks.

The University of Indonesia

The Shanghai Hung-Xiang Building

Babcock International Group provides 24/7 support for the largest naval base in Western Europe, where many of its 80 Hyster fork lift trucks are operating on a multishift basis.

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Data Collected
Utility consumption data
• Main Service Meter • Drive Motor / Engine Runtime Meter • Hydraulic Operation Meter • Transmission/Traction Operation Meter • Odometer • Monitored Duration • Container Count (Truck specific) • Energy Fuel Used • Laden Hours • Un-Laden Hours • Impacts horizontal • Impacts vertical • Checklist • Telemetry System Diagnostics • Truck Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) • Drive Session • System Fault • System Information • Truck Status • Key Switch 'On' Duration • Operation Presence Duration • Moving Duration • Hydraulic Function Duration • Working Duration • Lift Duration • Lower Duration • Auxiliary Hydraulic Duration • Low Speed Operation Duration • Medium Speed Operation Duration • High Speed Operation Duration • Low Overspeed Operation Duration • High Overspeed Operation Duration • Reverse Gear Duration • Forward Gear Duration • Seat Belt Interlock Violation Duration • Idle Time
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Use Cases
Use CasesBuilding Energy Management System (BEMS)Smart City OperationsBuilding Automation and Controls (BAC)Precision FarmingBuilding Energy Management System (BEMS)Water Quality and Leakage MonitoringWater Quality and Leakage MonitoringProcess Control & Optimization (PCO)Fleet Management (FM)

Operational Impact
Impact #1

Data Aggregation - Cloud solutions enable aggregation of 'big data' to enable more robust analysis and lower energy costs.

Energy Efficiency - Highly efficient LED fixtures ensure energy savings and a better quality of light.

Improved crop productivity (yield) through early abnormality detection and corrective actions capability and the identification of optimal (and sub-optimal) crop conditions with actionable insight

Building administrator can effortlessly control the facilities in real time and receive periodic reports to help them to analyze and adjust the building's energy consumption to achieve greater energy efficiencies.

Real-time data acquisition with active report technology

A reduction in the amount of water used should result in a monetary saving.

Lower Operating Costs

Reassures Babcock that drivers are complying with all legal requirements to carry out appropriate checks before starting work.

Impact #2

Energy Efficiency - The amount of energy used in particular time and place can be identified and lowered.

Remote Control - Real-time visibility, monitoring, and control improves asset and resource efficiency.

Improved operational efficiency through optimized aerial sampling and inspections

Advantech’s solution can provide more I/O points for the future expansion.

All-in-one cellular solution, seamless connection to SCADA via Active OPC server

The ability to anticipate delivery disruptions will likely result in lower maintenance costs.

Simplified Deployment and Operation

Reporting helps us to manage asset decisions according to over- or under-utilisation.

Impact #3

System Flexibility - Ongoing application development and improvements are relatively quick and inexpensive to implement due to the system's flexibility.

Precision irrigation, based on the analysis of soil moisture levels and /or weather patterns, could be expected to improve the overall efficiency of these operational functions.

Increased Sales and new Revenue Streams

Features such as oil immersed brakes have helped Babcock maintain maximum availability of the fleet in tough and challenging applications


Quantitative Benefit
Benefit #1

United Students has reduced their electricity bills by more than 10%.

Replacing its high-pressure sodium lamps with highly efficient LED fixtures that not only provide a better quality of light but also ensure energy savings of 65%.

Vending machines can also send real-time updates (e.g., supply and operating status) that can be used to optimize delivery schedules and logistics, and improve inventory tracking and control.

Babcock was the winner of the FLTA Safe Site Award 2013 as a result of the safety initiatives implemented, including the use of telematics on the site.

Benefit #2

Remote lighting management and control of 20,000 LED street lights throughout the city. The fusion of intersection-based occupancy sensors and light controls to sense an approaching bicyclist and provide extra light as they cross vehicle intersections.

The cloud makes it easier to implement promotional strategies for increasing transaction size and sales volumes, like gifting, dynamic pricing, vouchers, coupons, and loyalty programs, which is virtually impossible with conventional vending machines.

Benefit #3

Vending machine operators can generate incremental revenue from product manufacturers who want to show directed advertisements to customers and encourage repurchases by sending coupons to their mobile phones.


Technology
HardwareFM2O.E.M. Industrial Telemetry Products
Software
Tech PartnersCitelumIndustrial Internet Consortium (IIC)Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)Sierra WirelessDell EMCGeneral Electric (GE)ADLINKSpeedshield TechnologiesChang Hong Technology Co. Ltd.

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