Five ways to cut distribution center costs with the Internet of Things

June 28, 2016

The warehouse might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the Internet of Things (IoT). But in fact, warehouses and DCs represent a wide-open opportunity for using smart devices to collect data for better decision-making. Sensors attached to conveyors, pallets, lighting fixtures, and the like feed data to sophisticated analytical software platforms that look for patterns.

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SMT provides analysis and monitoring solutions for clients engaged in building restoration, design, construction, and management. We are dedicated to innovation and creating new solutions for clients in our industries. We embrace the Internet of Things to design software and electronic systems for the monitoring and evaluating of specific parameters required by contractors, architects, engineers, builders, and property managers, allowing for long term quality assurance.

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A Simplified Insight Into How IoT Works

Infographic | December 30, 2019

The world has witnessed tremendous scientific revolution in the last decade. Connectivity has improved, deliverables are accounted for, safety and security have received an overhaul. This has been made possible with the help of Technology, primarily IoT. It has helped bridge gaps and has established a network that can be relied upon. A better lifestyle and successful business endeavors is a reality of this lifetime.

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Manufacturing IOT Trends & Spend - IIOT Infographic

Infographic | December 18, 2019

IOT trends in Manufacturing: unlock deep insights about Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) aspects in the Manufacturing process with the Internet of Things (IOT) using Machine Learning. Sensors on equipment, assets, and the production line can provide insights that streamline business processes and significantly reduce costs.

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IoE vs IoT vs M2M Infographic

Infographic | January 16, 2020

M2M is a subsystem of the Internet of Things—but not the other way round. Their key difference is that in M2M the physical-first products are connected on a closed and point-topoint basis, while in the IoT this happens on a more open and multipoint basis. What constitutes a physical-first “Thing” is a moving target, relying on the perceived novelty of products going smart and connected. Therefore, what is considered part of the IoT today may someday be considered a natural part of the Internet of Digital.

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Industrial IoT and Amazon Web Services

Infographic | February 6, 2020

Industrial IoT brings machines, cloud computing, analytics, and people together to improve productivity and efficiency. With AWS IoT, industrial companies can understand the state of every thing, so you can reason on top of that data and you can truly solve your business problems. AWS IoT enables you to easily and securely connect and manage millions of devices. You can gather data from, run sophisticated analytics on, and take actions in real-time on your diverse fleet of IoT devices from edge to the cloud.

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State of Enterprise IoT Security in North America: Unmanaged And Unsecured

Infographic | December 5, 2019

How enterprises are struggling to identify, monitor and secure unmanaged and IoT devices in their business. Then only are you able to make some smart decisions about what you should and shouldn't allow the device to do, apply policy to that, and make it more intelligent.

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Privacy guidelines for IoT – what you need to know

Infographic | February 8, 2020

The government has now confirmed that the UK will be implementing the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). To this end, Nominet has created an infographic based on the GDPR and Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO’s) Code of Practice on privacy notices, transparency and control [2] to serve as a guideline when developing IoT solutions.

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SMT Research Ltd.

SMT provides analysis and monitoring solutions for clients engaged in building restoration, design, construction, and management. We are dedicated to innovation and creating new solutions for clients in our industries. We embrace the Internet of Things to design software and electronic systems for the monitoring and evaluating of specific parameters required by contractors, architects, engineers, builders, and property managers, allowing for long term quality assurance.

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