Controlling the IIoT

While the concept of IIoT is still relatively new, ubiquitous interconnectivity is already becoming a reality. Having so many more elements in play means more assets and variables to control, plus exponentially more opportunities to help increase production value and reduce operating expenses especially raw material, energy, and security costs. Essentially, it’s a control issue. So, who better to come to the rescue than the control engineer? Traditionally, process engineers and chemical engineers focused at the process level, applying PID control and advanced optimization software to solve processes across multiple assets.

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DigitalRoute

Since the early days of mobile networks, operators have needed to monitor everything happening in their environments, associate specific behaviour (calls, texts, apps) with individual customers, and accurately bill for what they use.In the Telco world, it’s called “subscriber billing and mediation.” And DigitalRoute has been the market leader in this space for nearly 20 years. We meet demanding requirements for speed, accuracy, and scale in some of the largest, most complex environments in the world

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Doing more with your IoT data

whitePaper | March 10, 2022

Each connected sensor in your IoT solution can create thousands if not millions of data points every hour. A treasure trove of value exists in that raw data! But to leverage that value, your business needs to store data over time and process, organize and analyze your data properly.

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Smart solution for sustainable cities

whitePaper | January 8, 2020

The 19th century was a century of empires. The 20th century was a century of states. The 21st century will be a century of cities.” This quote by Wellington E. Webb, former mayor of the City of Denver, seems plausible when you look at the numbers: Although cities cover only a fraction of the Earth’s surface, they are already home to more than half of the world’s population.

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IoT Security for Commercial Buildings

whitePaper | November 24, 2019

In 2017 the number of connected devices in commercial buildings surpassed the mark of 1 billion. By 2021 this number will grow to more than 3,6 billion devices. However – even though there are so many connected devices, applications for Smart Buildings remain in silos, each with their own proprietary solutions.

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Power-efficient positioning for THE Internet of Things

whitePaper | February 23, 2022

The world is embracing Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Billions of internet-connected devices are capable of sensing, communicating, interacting, computing and actuating, and are set to become even more integrated into our daily lives. By 2022

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IoT Signals- Edition 3 (Microsoft)

whitePaper | October 5, 2021

The Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly changing the world around us, transforming a huge range of physical objects through digital intelligence. Beyond our ubiquitous smart personal devices, IoT is revolutionizing the way companies do business – helping them become faster, smarter, safer, and more efficient.

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Satellite based LoRa unlocks Europe-wide IoT

whitePaper | April 27, 2022

Big data is the dominant economic currency in a changing world moving at an increasingly accelerated pace. The speed and frequency with which data is collected, processed, and actioned is crucial to delivering the core promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) – either saving money through optimized operations or enabling new business models to generate new revenue streams.

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DigitalRoute

Since the early days of mobile networks, operators have needed to monitor everything happening in their environments, associate specific behaviour (calls, texts, apps) with individual customers, and accurately bill for what they use.In the Telco world, it’s called “subscriber billing and mediation.” And DigitalRoute has been the market leader in this space for nearly 20 years. We meet demanding requirements for speed, accuracy, and scale in some of the largest, most complex environments in the world

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