SolidRun and nemetris Collaborate to Bring IoT Technology to Automotive Manufacturing

January 12, 2016

SolidRun Ltd., a cutting-edge developer and manufacturer of powerful, energy-efficient SoM (System on Module) and mini-computers, and nemetris, a leading provider of Industry 4.0 manufacturing technologies, announced the deployment of SolidRun's IoT gateway as part of nemetris' Smart Industry Apps; an advanced manufacturing solution for automotive and discrete manufacturing.
The solution integrates the CuBox, a miniature, 2-inch cube computer for the purpose of production line data collection and aggregation from automotive production floors.

"This cooperation symbolizes SolidRun's first steps into the quickly emerging Industry 4.0 era," said SolidRun's technology leader and co-founder, Kossay Omary. "We plan to introduce more Industry 4.0 SoM based solutions during 2016 and continue to provide high performance, high quality and energy efficient solutions for both of our new and existing customers."

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OSF Global Services describes how customer service automation is enabled by integrating the power of the Salesforce.com CRM platform with Arrayent's IOT platform. Eraspaas is a software platform that connects enterprise software with website, mobile apps and kiosk, providing integrated ERP with SCM and CRM supporting Internet of Things (IoT). It extends the concept of Customer Relationship Management by empowering customers with self-service website, mobile apps and kiosk machine for online services and sales. It further provides all the building blocks necessary to setup complete Enterprise Resource Planning software (ERP Software) as a comprehensive solution that connect with Internet of Things.

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OSF Global Services describes how customer service automation is enabled by integrating the power of the Salesforce.com CRM platform with Arrayent's IOT platform. Eraspaas is a software platform that connects enterprise software with website, mobile apps and kiosk, providing integrated ERP with SCM and CRM supporting Internet of Things (IoT). It extends the concept of Customer Relationship Management by empowering customers with self-service website, mobile apps and kiosk machine for online services and sales. It further provides all the building blocks necessary to setup complete Enterprise Resource Planning software (ERP Software) as a comprehensive solution that connect with Internet of Things.

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