IoT Edge Controller

November 14, 2019

The Internet of Things (IoT) affects many industries as connected devices streamline business processes and add entirely new revenue streams for global organizations. By creating strong trusted relationships between things, systems, data, and people, organizations can introduce more personalized, automated, and enhanced experiences for their customers and generate new revenue streams.

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Acceptto Corporation

Acceptto is a transformative cybersecurity company challenging the norms of identity access. Our AIML-driven BiobehavioralTM technology analyzes and verifies your identity through real-time threat analytics using Cognitive AuthenticationTM, a multi-context combination of behaviors, attributes and spatiotemporal velocity to detect and prevent identity access fraud across the enterprise and end consumers. We deliver the smartest, most resilient and evasion-proof identity validation technology commercially available today for physical, web, mobile, cloud and IoT devices.

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TURNING THE INTERNET OF THINGS INTO REALITY

whitePaper | January 15, 2020

The prospects are exciting. By enhancing resources with IoT, employees and organizations generate new value. Notable examples include improved air quality in cities and increased availability and reliability of rail vehicles of up to 99%. Other IoT implementations cut non-technical power losses in half, saving $150 million for an electric utilities company in Brazil, and reduce delivery days in electronics manufacturing from 25 to less than 7, improving quality at the same time.

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Tailoring IoT platforms to the requirements of specific use cases

whitePaper | April 13, 2021

The Internet of Things has evolved in the last 10-15 years from a long-term visionary idea to our current reality, present in more and more domains of our everyday lives. Many IoT architectures and platforms are being proposed today by various academic and industrial consortia, in domains as diverse as smart manufacturing, smart homes, smart cities or smart transport, to name just a few. These different IoT platforms have many things in common, as they all rely on connecting some smart sensor and actuator devices to each other and to the Internet, providing value-added services and applications to us, human users, either directly, or in an indirect manner. However, by closely analyzing their structure and operational focus, we can observe that these IoT architectures and platforms have also special features tailored to the requirements of different use cases.

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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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Smart Factory

whitePaper | December 13, 2021

Automation vendors and end-user industries have been investing in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), across their diverse applications, convinced with the view that IIoT is going to be the key driver for digital transformation.

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Industry 4.0 in agriculture: Focus on IoT aspects

whitePaper | January 10, 2020

The Industry 4.0 trend is transforming the production capabilities of all industries, including the agricultural domain. Connectivity is the cornerstone of this transformation and IoT a key enabling technology that is increasingly part of agricultural equipment. From Industry 4.0 to Agriculture 4.0 The Industry 4.0 trend is seen as a transforming force that will deeply impact the industry. The trend is building on an array of digital technologies: Internet of Things, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and of digital practices: cooperation, mobility, open innovation.

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Securing Devices in Advanced Metering Infrastructures

whitePaper | January 8, 2020

Smart grid managers and Head End System (HES) vendors depend on data to drive their business. Receiving and analyzing accurate data from grid endpoints - the smart meters - is the main element that determines business success. Their customers, Distribution System Operators (DSOs) and Advanced Metering Infrastructures (AMI) managers, then use this data for crucial processes: monitoring energy demand and production, load shifting to maintain a persistent grid balance at all times and billing customers. Each tiny bit of data is the starting point for monetization and asset management and it must be accurate and trusted in order to keep power flowing.

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Spotlight

Acceptto Corporation

Acceptto is a transformative cybersecurity company challenging the norms of identity access. Our AIML-driven BiobehavioralTM technology analyzes and verifies your identity through real-time threat analytics using Cognitive AuthenticationTM, a multi-context combination of behaviors, attributes and spatiotemporal velocity to detect and prevent identity access fraud across the enterprise and end consumers. We deliver the smartest, most resilient and evasion-proof identity validation technology commercially available today for physical, web, mobile, cloud and IoT devices.

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