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Virtual Reality Virtual Reality
Virtual Training Virtual Training
Visual Quality Detection Visual Quality Detection
Quality assurance systems utilize RFID, sensors, video monitoring, remote information distribution and cloud solutions on the production line to streamline inspection procedures, improve decision making, and reduce costs driven by quality defects.
Voice Biometrics Voice Biometrics
Warehouse Automation Warehouse Automation
Integrated security and logistics solutions for warehouses and logistics operators include an array of services in the alarm and security spaces such as intrusion detection and burglar alarms, access control systems, video surveillance security, fire detection and fire alarms. In addition to that, remote managed services such as video guard tours can fully support business operations and provided continues security.
Water Utility Management Water Utility Management
Smart Water Monitoring platforms are generally ultra-low-power sensor nodes designed for use in rugged environments and deployment in hard-to-access locations to detect changes and potential risk to public health or environmental damage in real-time.CHALLENGES / REQUIREMENTS - Water is lost from the point of production & receipt by end-users (aka Non-Revenue Water)- Water is lost due to leaks in pipes & other infrastructure- Leaks typically go undetected or are responded to after the event- A significant amount of water is lost due to excessive irrigation(Only 70% of water supplied is consumed by agriculture)STAKEHOLDERS - Water consumers - Agriculture, industrial or residential areas- Water supply agenciesKEY OBJECTIVES - Uninterrupted quality services- Minimise water losses- Ensure water quality- Reduce interruption of service to consumers- Increase revenueTYPICAL SYSTEM CAPABILITIES - Sensors keep a track of water flow at every location of the system and send data over network analytical software tools- Analytical software tools continuously monitor the data and detect the water leakages- Leakage locations are then conveyed to the rectification and maintenance teamUSAGE VIEWPOINT Leakage Detection- A Sensor detects a sudden water leak & immediately generates an alarmLeakage Prevention- The System detects unusual readings from a Sensor (but no actual leakage)- Analysis of Sensor/historical data indicates a pipe breach is imminentThe Facilities team is deployed & arrives to find a rapidly deteriorating section of piping- The Facilities team immediately halts the water supply & replaces the damaged section of pipingFUNCTIONAL VIEWPOINT - Sensors: Pressure, Flow- Network: Wide Area Network (WAN) - Standards: - Augmented Intelligence: Descriptive analytics- Augmented Behavior: Machine-to-machine (M2M) interfaces