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Industry 4.0 refers to a new phase in the Industrial Revolution that focuses heavily on interconnectivity, automation, machine learning, and real-time data.
Industry 4.0, also sometimes referred to as IoT or smart manufacturing, marries physical production and operations with smart digital technology, machine learning, and big data to create a more holistic and better connected ecosystem for companies that focus on manufacturing and supply chain management.
While every company and organization operating today is different, they all face a common challenge—the need for connectedness and access to real-time insights across processes, partners, products, and people.
Transportation / Connected Vehicles
In general terms, connected vehicles are equipped with internet access that automates many normal driving tasks.
Connected vehicles use any of a number of various communication technologies to communicate with the driver.
Cameras, radar, light detection and ranging (LIDAR) and a host of other onboard sensors are being used to capture information about road conditions, inform appropriate driving actions, and preventing potential accidents.
Down the road, vehicles might be able to reach Level 5 autonomy and drive themselves fully without human intervention.
Thanks to the Internet of Things, cars can communicate with each other, the road infrastructure, and, perhaps someday, even pedestrians by using “vehicle-to-everything” or “V2X” technology.
Vehicle-to-Everything' also known as V2X, refers to the passing of information from a vehicle to any entity that may affect the vehicle, and vice versa.
V2X has several subsets, including vehicle-to-vehicle communication (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I).
It facilitates autonomous communications between vehicles, and vehicles and infrastructure to improve road safety, alleviate traffic congestion, reduce fuel/energy consumption, and enhance the overall passenger experience.
An absolutely essential part of the V2X ecosystem is security.
Industry 4.0, also sometimes referred to as IoT or smart manufacturing, marries physical production and operations with smart digital technology, machine learning, and big data to create a more holistic and better connected ecosystem for companies that focus on manufacturing and supply chain management. While every company and organization operating today is different, they all face a common challenge—the need for connectedness and access to real-time insights across processes, partners, products, and people. .
IoT in healthcare includes a number of things like wearables, medical supply chain, patient monitoring, and so on.
The technology has a very diverse field of application in medicine.
Smart City Air Management
Smart City Air Management
Smart Waste Management
IoT is helping to enhance the transformation of municipalities into “smart cities” all over the world with its enormous potential. The positive results include enhanced traffic management, increased safety, reduced levels of pollution, low energy consumption, and better quality of life for inhabitants.
This global adoption is due in large part to smart watches, which are expected to make up over half of all wearables sold in the coming years.
Connected vehicles use any of a number of various communication technologies to communicate with the driveConsumers are looking for seamless connection and interaction between their smartphones and smartwatches to track, manage, and secure their data — especially sensitive health datar.
Monitoring of Climate Conditions
Cattle Monitoring and Management
End-to-End Farm Management Systems
Improving Water Usage
Warehouse Management System
A warehouse management system (WMS) is a software application that helps control and manage the day-to-day operations in a warehouse.
WMS software guides inventory receiving and put-away, optimizes picking and shipping of orders and advises on inventory replenishment.
Optimizing the order and fulfillment process is among key warehouse management system features. By controlling the flow of a product through your warehouse, a WMS can enhance order management.
Waste Management System
Use RFID technology to establish complete collection monitoring system, waste generation unit for electronic data collection and statistics, can control waste disposal at real time.
Each trash can stick a RFID tag and encode main information into tag, install a reader on the garbage truck, When reader detected tag, it will transmit information to system, system will get Handling personnel, time and process the results.
Move Over Violation Detection Solution
As the name suggests, Move Over Detection system detects violation of move over law in the US. The system is used for safety of Police personnel and to avoid car crashes.
This technology is designed for traffic safety provides state-of-the-art automated traffic safety enforcement solutions for the public safety, risk management and workforce solution.
A move over law is a law which requires motorists to move over and change lanes to give safe clearance to law enforcement officers, firefighters, ambulances, utility workers, and in some cases, tow-truck drivers and disabled vehicles.
Digital Flow Totalizer
Real time flow rate and Total flow indication.
Can be integrated with up to 3 water flow sensors.
Flow units can be customized (like litres, gallons, etc..)
Can be integrated with PLCs using RS-485 / Modbus / RS-232 / USB protocols
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