Unlocking New Business Value through IoT Data Analytics
The Internet of Things – widely sensored devices, vehicles, and infrastructure – is quickly expanding the amount of data and information available to many industries, and enabling transformative changes to their operations. Enterprises taking advantage of the IoT opportunity are embracing data-driven decision making to realize previously unattainable competitive advantages, such as:
Greater productivity of equipment, products, people, and processes.
Improved insight into customer behavior, enabling better targeted and higher quality products and services and associated customer loyalty, satisfaction, and value.
Increasingly efficient and cost-effective manufacturing, service, and supply chain operations.
More comfortable, safer, and more cost-effectively operated smart homes, buildings, and cities.
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Energy companies are constantly looking for ways to differentiate themselves from competitors, improve the efficiency of their operations, and ultimately capture future market share. At the same time Utility companies are faced with the advent of renewable and distributed power generation, both of which demand a more flexible smart grid that can handle multiple energy sources (like wind and solar) in a decentralized and bi-directional network.
Learn how IoT is creating a fundamental shift in advanced energy production and distribution technology, management and services while leveraging existing investments in infrastructure and operations. See how a deeper level of interoperability, connectivity, and automation through IIoT enables Energy companies and Utilities to be more agile, more flexible and efficient, improve outage management, enable automatic and remote fine-tuning, transform energy data into new services, prevent theft, predict asset performance, and smoothly integrate all types of energy in a connected system.
The utility IoT is projected to grow to more than 800 million smart meters/sensors installed globally by 2020. Don’t be left out make your company a participant of the IoT revolution.
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INDUSTRIAL & MANUFACTURING
The application of the Internet of Things to the manufacturing sector signifies huge operational improvements. The potential of the “Industrial Internet” is for every asset, product, and production process to be monitored and optimized based on real-time intelligence about the state of manufacturing equipment, supply of inputs, and product demand.
Asset performance, Asset tracking, predictive maintenance, improved safety, increased productivity, the use of augmented operators and the smart enterprise are what manufacturers want to achieve with IoT.
Kimto IoT solutions enable manufacturers to unlock value from their rapidly growing portfolios of industrial sensors, to improve asset utilization and lifecycle management, reduce product development cost and time to market, increase systems efficiency and safety, and enhance products and services based on real-world performance.
Learn how companies are prioritizing their needs, gaining an understanding of what differentiates their business from others in order to build their vision and execution plan. Hear how they are bridging legacy systems, integrating with suppliers and the roadblocks and solutions in their implementations. Don’t be left out make your company a participant of the IoT revolution. Contact Us Today and Let’s Get Started.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming the agriculture industry and enabling farmers to contend with the enormous challenges they face. The industry must overcome increasing water shortages, limited availability of lands, difficult to manage costs, while meeting the increasing consumption needs of a global population that is expected to grow by 70% by 2050.
New innovative IoT applications are addressing these issues and increasing the quality, quantity, sustainability and cost effectiveness of agricultural production. Today’s large and local farms can, for example, leverage IoT to remotely monitor sensors that can detect soil moisture, crop growth and livestock feed levels, remotely manage and control their smart connected harvesters and irrigation equipment, and utilize artificial intelligence based analytics to quickly analyze operational data combined with 3rd party information, such as weather services, to provide new insights and improve decision making.
As IoT applications in agriculture continue to develop, farms will become more connected, more streamlined, more efficient and—ultimately—more productive. Kimto Smart Farm applications is changing the face of traditional farming by making farming activities more smarter, increasing crop productivity and increasing farm revenue.
OIL AND GAS
As the Industrial Internet of Things becomes mainstream, oil and gas companies are able to make decisions “on the edge”—where digital and physical worlds meet.
With billions of dollars in capital equipment employed, and large volumes of product extracted and transported daily, the Oil and Gas industry is poised to gain significantly from the widespread deployment of IoT sensors and data analytics. Whether improving asset time-to-failure or increasing pump performance by a few percent, oil and gas analytics on IoT data have the potential to unlock billions of dollars in improved operating revenues and reduced costs per year.
Kimto IoT suite of Oil & Gas Applications are built on the Google Cloud Platform and incorporate machine learning-based predictive analytics, data intelligence to deliver operating insights that enable increased production, lower maintenance costs, enhanced operational efficiency, and improved safety and security.
To lead, your company needs a new model that brings IT innovation to the industrial control environment. A model that integrates information, data, people, and processes across your supply chain. That keeps processes and product flowing. Keeps people safe and out of harm’s way. Scales resources. And secures your networks and equipment.
The world of retail may never be the same, thanks to the internet of things (IoT) and its network of connections linking the physical and digital worlds in an ecosystem of computers, smartphones, stores, vehicles, wearables and more.
Large retail organizations sell thousands of products and serve millions of customers across diverse store-front and online channels. These companies rely on significant marketing and sales efforts, complex supply chain operations, and sophisticated store-front infrastructure. Each of these critical business areas is being revolutionized with the availability of real-time sensor data. The IoT movement offers retailers opportunities in three critical areas: customer experience, the supply chain, and new channels and revenue streams.
Customers use their smartphone or wearable devices to quickly scan an item and call up product information, reviews or social media commentary. Customers receive personalized digital coupons upon entering the store. Customers use robots with touch screens for browsing inventory that can lead customers to desired products.
Consider Kimto beacons, this platform allows retailers to automatically send notifications and discounts directly to shoppers’ smartphones when they enter a store.
The IoT will take retail to new heights. Don’t be left mind in this movement let’s help you get started.
Whether by air, ground or sea, transportation and logistics are essential components to many enterprises’ productivity, and access to real-time data is critical.
With the advent of today’s mobile technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT), enterprises can accelerate productivity, profitability and operations with solutions designed specifically for their processes. With the right IoT solution in place, enterprises can connect all devices across a centralized cloud network, and capture and share their mission-critical data, allowing them to gain real-time visibility of their operations.
With the ability to securely monitor their equipment and environment in real time, field service technicians can take action before problems arise. With the IoT, companies can gain intelligence remotely around their assets in the field, allowing them to facilitate need based maintenance and eliminating unnecessary and/or reactive responses.
Kimto, is an initiative of Brainiacs STEM & Robotics that focuses on providing Internet of Things enterprise applications.
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