Industrial Equipment

Equipment manufacturers - from company buildings, cranes, industrial air compressors to coffeemakers and everything in between - are using the IoT to unlock new efficiencies. Secure and reliable wireless connectivity can provide real-time asset location, operating parameters, environmental conditions and more to create higher quality products, enable predictive maintenance and support new business models.

Smart Metering

Governments and utilities worldwide are transforming antiquated water and energy infrastructure into smarter, interconnected systems. Using connected smart meters to track how resources are distributed and consumed, they are lowering operating costs, reducing theft and loss and improving forecasting. These IoT solutions help optimize resources and serve customers more efficiently.

Smart Grid

Energy suppliers are investing in wireless IoT solutions to help transition to a low-carbon economy and change the way power is transmitted and consumed. Using smart grid wireless technologies, they are optimizing electricity generation and distribution, shifting demand loads and lowering operational costs to make better use of the available energy supply.

Building Automation

Buildings are getting smarter. By connecting electrical and lighting systems, environmental systems, elevators and more with wireless IoT solutions, property owners and managers can monitor and control buildings more efficiently. They can lower operating costs and energy consumption, optimize maintenance and create better spaces for people to live and work in.

Connected Public Lighting

Cities around the world are deploying wireless IoT solutions that use connected LED luminaires to enable smarter public lighting. By centralizing control of an intelligent network of outdoor LEDs, governments, municipalities and their partners can adjust lighting to respond to changing conditions, improve public safety and dramatically lower power consumption and operating costs.

Oil and Gas

IoT is helping a range of companies in the oil and gas value chain; OEMs, utilities, oil field services, pipeline operators and EPC companies all gain deeper insights into the health of critical infrastructures and equipment. IoT can also give distributors of bulk lubes and fluids real-time data on storage tank levels. Oil and gas companies in upstream, midstream and downstream markets face many challenges, from efficiently optimizing their resources and capital investments in production facilities to managing the distribution system and assuring safety. Oil and gas firms use IoT technology to lower their risk, increase productivity and lower exploration and production costs.

Video Surveillance

Private and public organizations are increasingly relying on smart video surveillance solutions to improve public safety, streamline commutes and optimize public and retail spaces. With the ubiquitous reach of broadband LTE connectivity, they can now expand advanced IoT video solutions virtually anywhere and install and maintain them at a lower cost.

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