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GM Global Battery Systems Lab
BlackBerry
Testing expensive battery prototypes is an around-the-clock job for the engineers at GM’s Global Battery Systems Lab. Excessive heat or high voltage can make batteries unstable or vulnerable to damage. Confirming the reason for the alarm and eliminating fault alerts sometimes requires onsite investigation, often at non-business hours.
Expertech - Capital Tool Inventory
BlackBerry
Costly tools used to splice fiber optic cables are an important part of Expertech’s operational and capitalized expenses, but the company did not have an automated system in place to track their tools and optimize their usage. The existing data in its tracking system was inaccurate and required manual updating, making it essential for the company to implement an efficient process to track and follow up on its capital tool inventory.
Nova Scotia Power Inc. - GPS Functionality
BlackBerry
On the Nova Scotia Power Inc. (NSPI) GIS Connectivity Project, field personnel travel on foot and by vehicle gathering data about asset locations and customer connectivity across the entire electrical distribution infrastructure. However, NSPI could not cover the company's extensive field operations. NSPI needed a secure mobile GIS solution that offered remote data transfer directly to its ARC GIS server software, without requiring additional travel and manual syncing.
Threats Managed: How This Global Intelligence Agency Keeps Its Clients, People a
BlackBerry
Whether protecting a VIP, evacuating a hot zone, or dealing with highly sensitive data or physical assets, a global intelligence and threat management firm TAM-C Solutions applies a strategic, data-driven approach that produces results, no matter how difficult the circumstances, identifying threats to client personnel, operations, assets, and the client’s brand.  For instance, at the height of the COVID-19 breakout, TAM-C was responsible for managing the logistics for the high-profile evacuation of a group of students stranded in Lima, Peru. The private agency simultaneously coordinated flights out of the country and travel from remote regions to the U.S. Embassy without incident.  Battle-Tested, Client-Focused“TAM-C’s analysts work in extremely close proximity to our clients, which include Fortune 100 companies, academic institutions, non-governmental organizations, and humanitarian agencies all over the world,” says Richman. “It’s not uncommon to have 50 or more staff working at a client’s facility off-site, supporting them on a 24x7 basis. It’s part of our relationship with them, a partnership we forge with each client.” TAM-C’s specialized services rely on its proprietary Fusion system, a patented artificial intelligence platform that perpetually collects and collates data from a wide range of sources. These include publicly available information via social media and the dark web, data on groups and persons of interest, and threats from extremist factions. Fusion automatically analyzes and ranks all collected data by relevance. The findings are assessed by highly skilled security analysts, who then coordinate with teams assigned to client organizations.  

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