Cisco: Cisco Systems Use the Observer Platform for Faster Troubleshooting
Prior to purchasing Observer, Cisco Systems experienced a lack of visibility during and after network events.“I needed large data captures and a way to manipulate them,” says Eric Arnold, Service Provider Video TAC Manager for the company.Arnold states that Cisco Systems chose Observer over competitors because of the packet capture and storage capabilities.
Endian: Endian 4i and Switchboard for Instrumentation Laboratory
Connect diagnostic equipment located in hospitals and laboratories to insecure LAN segments for remote monitoring and predictive maintenance.
Nanoprecise Sci Corp: Detection of a Bearing Outer Race Failure on a critical pump saved downtime cost
The process condensate pump, one of the critical pumps in the manufacturing process, has a history of failures every 6 to 12 months. It is a centrifugal pump operating at 3000 rpm with a discharge pressure of 28 MPa (400 psi). Each day this pump is offline, it costs the plant as much as $145,000 in lost production and each failure costs tens of hundreds of dollars to execute an unplanned repair. Nanoprecise Sci Corp was asked to implement a predictive maintenance solution in order to detect faults at an early stage and provide a reliable prediction of Remaining Useful Life (RUL).
Amazon Web Services: The Dow Jones' Solution on AWS
Investors use Dow Jones to learn about what’s happening in financial markets throughout the world. “Our mission is to shine a light on dark corners of the world, focusing on news that impacts decision making,” says Stephen Orban, Chief Information Officer & Global Head of Technology. The company relies on cutting-edge technology to keep its customers as up to date as possible on the latest news.In Asia, about 12.8 million people use WSJ.com, which generates about 90 million page views each month. When the lease on its Asian data center ran out in early 2013, the company needed to find an alternative that would help its developers focus more on revenue-generating applications instead of on data center maintenance. Dow Jones also wanted to reduce latency for its Asia-based customers—and it wanted to avoid delays for acquiring and configuring hardware. “My preference is to have my team build products rather than running data centers, Orban says. “Now that data center is a commodity, that’s exactly what they’re able to do.”
Augury: AI-driven Machine Health Drives Actionable Insights at CPG's North American HQ
Sodexo, the leader in facilities management, is helping manage the operations of the North American headquarters of one of the world’s largest CPG companies. Both the client and Sodexo were looking to transform their respective workplace and modernize workflows. Sodexo was accustomed to practicing route-based maintenance but the lack of insights in the machines they managed hindered them from better understanding the true health of those machines. It wasn’t just about cost saving, it was about leveraging technology to transform how they worked. Sodexo needed a partner that could digitally transform their program, provide continuous insights into the health of their machines, all while bringing them into the new world of Industrial IoT. How could the team optimize asset performance? How could they increase productivity while extending the life of equipment? How could they leverage decades of hands-on experience with technology to accomplish more? 
Amazon Web Services: Atlassian's Solution on AWS
At Atlassian, growth is on a fast track. The company adds more customers every day and consequently needed an easy way to scale JIRA, which is growing by 15,000 support tickets every month. The instance supporting this site was previously hosted in a data center, which created challenges for scaling. “The scale at which we were growing made it difficult to quickly add nodes to the application,” says Brad Bressler, technical account manager for Atlassian. “This is our customer-facing instance, which gathers all the support tickets for our products globally. It’s one of the largest JIRA instances in the world, and growing and maintaining it on premises was getting harder to do.” For example, the support.atlassian.com instance was hosted on a single on-premises server, which the company needed to frequently take down for maintenance.The company also needed to ensure high availability for JIRA. “This is a mission-critical application, and the number of customers potentially impacted by downtime is huge,” says Neal Riley, principal solutions engineer for Atlassian. “As we grew, we became more concerned about the resiliency and disaster-recovery capabilities of the data center.”To move into a more scalable, highly available environment, Atlassian created JIRA Data Center, a new enterprise version of the application. However, JIRA Data Center required shared storage. “We needed a shared file system so the individual application nodes could have a shared source of truth for profile information, plug-ins, and attachments,” says Riley. 
VKS : 8x increased productivity with VKS
Before VKS, a teacher would spend a lot of time showing a group of 22 students how to build a set of stairs within a semester of 120 hours. Along with not leaving the teacher much time to provide one-on-one support for each student to properly learn carpentry, it also left a considerable amount of room for error. Key information would be misinterpreted or lost as the class was taught in the typical show-and-tell way.
Senseye: Scalable Predictive Maintenance in Nissan
With an abundance of data and insufficient skilled resources to perform analysis, Nissan were keen to expand the benefits of using data to influence maintenance. It decided to embark on a Condition Based maintenance programme to reduce production downtime by up to 50% across thousands of diverse assets. It was attracted to Senseye by its strong prognostics offering underpinned by machine learning.
Nexleaf: StoveTrace: How Clean Cooking Technologies Save Lives
» Approximately 3 billion people, about 40 percent of the world’s population, depend on traditional cookstoves that use fuels like firewood, cow dung and crop residues for their cooking needs. The Global Burden of Disease Study 2010 estimates that 4 million people die each year as a result of inhaling the smoke and soot produced by cooking over traditional cookstoves.» Switching to clean cookstoves can reduce the amount of firewood used for cooking, as well as the amount of smoke indoors and outdoors. This could lead to reduced pollution and improved health for the women and children who are most exposed to the smoke. Unfortunately, not all clean cookstoves perform well in the field and preferably only the most advanced clean biomass-burning cookstoves should be used. While even these cookstoves still burn locally available biomass, but dramatically and measurably reduce harmful emissions.» At a cost of approximately 2700-6500 Indian rupees (US $42-$100) each, advanced clean cookstoves are currently unaffordable for the estimated 2 billion people worldwide living on less than US $3 per day. Registered carbon credit programs are beginning to provide financial incentives for reducing carbon emissions through the use of clean cookstoves. However, it is difficult and expensive to verify that these stoves are being used, and the reduction in carbon emissions that results from use of clean cookstoves, making it a challenge to apply carbon credits for improved cooking technologies.
INSIDE Secure: INSIDE SECURE | The Wild West of Mobile Security
The researchers know from past experience that some banks do take security of their mobile applications seriously. These are the banks the researchers work with on a daily basis. Given no application in the sample set achieved an A or B rating, it emphasises how much in the minority these banks are.
CalAmp: AGM Creates Revolutionary New SCADA Communication Tool with CalAmp Solutions
Today, interoperability is a challenge. Communicating between programmable logic controllers (PLCs) from different vendors and with other peripheral devices on the same system presents difficulties. Industrial IoT companies rely on remote devices to control, monitor and maintain the health of their systems. The RTU, or remote terminal unit, transmits telemetry data to the PLC via the DCS or SCADA system and uses messages from them to control connected objects. For example, oil and gas companies need to know the status of pressure and volume on their pipeline. They may need to open or close valves depending on the conditions, which operators would do by communicating with the RTUs.When updates to the hardware were required, these companies were faced with limited options. They could either buy more devices from the same vendor, which was restrictive. Or, they could purchase from another manufacturer and then invest more time and money to have their SCADA integrator reprogrammed.
KPMG: Integrated Blockchain Offering
TCS has partnered with ABN AMRO bank to explore the potential of blockchain in the clearing and settlement segment. This test explores how tokenized cash balances and equities are allotted and transferred between issuers, clearing banks, and investors. We leveraged our PoC platform within a sandbox environment integrated to their back-office platform. This engagement tries to establish whether a distributed ledger integrated with legacy systems can create a‘single source’of truth to allow instant cash settlements
Cognizant: A Customized Cloud Framework Guarantees Vehicle's Mission and Health
Robustel: Intercake – Deploying IoT Connected Cake Printers to Supermarkets Across the UK
Reliability of Cellular Connectivity - How could Robustel help Intercake ensure printers located in supermarkets across the UK with varying RF environments all worked flawlessly?Qualifying Data Usage - How could Intercake use the data counting and analytical tools available inside all Robustel devices to manage airtime costs and prevent 'bill-shock'?Capital Expenditure for Connectivity - How could Robustel work with Intercake to make sure they had a solution that was fit for purpose but not 'over-engineered' to ensure maximum return on a nationwide roll-out?
: Siemens Chooses Effective Software's Solution as their Safety Software
Before implementing our safety software solution, Michael Armitage, EHS Manager noted how Siemens had a lot of business units using different systems for the recording of EHS events. There was a clear need for a more efficient system for managing EHS data which would fit both client and divisional reporting requirements. The biggest issue with each business unit using a different H&S system was that a lot of them were using old databases and in some cases, Excel spreadsheets. Risk assessments, inspections and audits, method statements and training all sat separately with little or no interaction.
relayr: IIoT Enablement In The Elevator Service Industry
The client is looking to generate higher value from the elevator data that is collected. Sensors and data include:Laser - position of the elevator carLuminosity - Level of light within the carUltrasound - Open shaft doorVibration - Acceleration of the car; vibration of the carMicrophones - abnormal sounds of the carAtmospheric Pressure - Air pressureHumidity - Shaft humidityTemperature - Shaft temperature 
Qualcomm: Qualcomm Wireless Reach Helping High School Correspondence
• According to Renaissance High School, many Japanese high school students are dissatisfied with the traditional curriculum and prefer to study topics that are of personal interest or related to a potential profession.• Without a high school diploma, students have greater difficulty landing steady jobs, and the full-time employment rate of high school dropouts is relatively low, putting a strain on the nation’s social welfare system.1• Many Japanese high school students are dissatisfied with the inflexible, uniform content of their education and often suffer from loss of motivation.• In Japan, the need for digitization of education has been discussed for a long time; the government has just begun to focus on introducing digital textbooks.
WorldAware: Corporate Travel Risk Management Program
The client, which possesses a vast global operation, required operational and member safety support, as well as travel, asset and emergency risk management services, on an ongoing basis. Realizing that travel risk management was not a core competency, the client agreed to outsource all travel risk management (TRM) functions to iJET. Since 2008, iJET has provided all resources relevant to TRM, including a dedicated program manager and analytical support.
Far South Networks: Installation of a Com.X2 SIP Gateway Solution for a Dynamic Call Routing at ER24
ER24 wanted transparent voice connectivity independent of whether there was a network failure from their Telco providers. ER24 required SIP based connectivity across fibre as a primary out and inbound solution while maintaining Telkom PRI’s as redundancy should Activate Telecoms’ SIP network be unavailable.
Veniam: Veniam | CONNECTED CARS WILL COME BEFORE 5G
Some IoT devices consume massive amounts of information. A single autonomous vehicle today can demand up to 40 terabytes of data for every eight hours it’s on the road. You get the idea. Mobile adoption and usage are absolutely exploding, with no end in sight. And that would be fantastic if the network could handle that kind of traffic. With 4G/LTE networks already reaching capacity, the industry is looking ahead to the next big Thing and 5G promises to be just that.
Microsoft Azure: Secure Email Signature Management
Every day enterprises send out thousands of emails but can struggle to maintain visual and legal consistency in email signatures and many don't seize the opportunity to include marketing campaigns in company email signatures. With a rapidly accelerating number of emails being sent from mobile devices and websites, email signature management has entered a new level of complexity and is now also a matter of enterprise security on emails.
Opti (OptiRTC): Seawage Overflow Reduction
DOEE identified intelligent retention as an important option for limiting wet-weather discharge, storing water on-site for use, and informing future improvements to District infrastructure.
Altizon Systems: IoT Enabled Remote Asset Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance
A stripper well or marginal well is an oil or gas well that is nearing the end of its economically useful life. In the U.S., oil wells are generally classified as stripper wells when they produce 10 to 15 barrels per day or less for any 12-month period. These wells account for approximately 18% of the U.S. production. The key ask was to design a solution that would connect these wells often located in remote locations and collect information about their performance and operating conditions. 
SAP: Predictive Maintenance case-studies from Minerals Industry
To develop a reliable and integrated asset management platform:The objective of the platform was to support condition-based monitoring in order to keep in check the asset’s health, predict failure or breakdowns and ensure proactive maintenance decision-making on the basis of the historic data.
Flexera Software: Siemens Wants to Reduce Time to Market by Speeding up Cycle Times
To reduce time to market by speeding up cycle times, and reduce manufacturing and inventory costs, of complex building system automation equipment.
: The Royal Victoria Hotel
The Royal Victoria’s 20-year-old Mitel system, with separate analogue voicemail system, needed to be replaced. The hotel required a modern communications solution that would:Connect the hotel's 160 employees.Provide call logging to help monitor business performance and control costs.Provide communications to mobile members of the team such as the night porters.Improve guest WiFi internet access.
National Instruments: National Instruments selected Attivio Platform for Superior Search Functionality
National Instruments was concerned about the future state of its enterprise search solution. Microsoft’s FAST ESP was no longer offered as a stand-alone product and it was marked for end-of-life, effective July 2013.
Seeq: Heat Exchanger Monitoring and End of Cycle Prediction
Predicting end-of-cycle (EOC) for a heat exchanger due to fouling is a constant challenge faced by refineries. Proactively predicting when a heat exchanger needs to be cleaned enables risk-based maintenance planning and optimization of processing rates, operating costs, and maintenance costs. Before using Seeq, the engineer had to manually combine data entries in a spreadsheet and spend hours/days formatting and filtering the content or removing non-relevant data when necessary (for example when equipment was out-of-service).
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Semiotic Labs: ArcelorMittal condition monitoring
ArcelorMittal’s rotating assets often operate in harsh environments. A conveyor at the company’s hot strip mill in Ghent, Belgium moves plates of sizzling hot steel along the production process. In conditions like these, traditional proximity-based technologies like vibration and acoustic analysis fail: the sensors can’t handle the high temperatures.“In the steel industry, assets frequently operate in conditions that are not hospitable to sensitive sensor technologies,” says Andy Roegis, ArcelorMittal’s industrial digitalization manager for northern Europe. “The conveyor on our hot strip mill is a critical part of the production process, but it’s virtually impossible to use manual or vibration-based techniques to assess its condition.”
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