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Temperature monitoring for vaccine fridges
Eseye
Dulas wanted a way to improve the reliability of the cold chain, facilitating maintenance and ensuring fewer vaccines are spoiled. Dulas wanted an M2M solution which would enable them to record and report the temperature inside vaccine refrigerators.
Eseye puts Airmax on Target for 15% Cost Reduction
Eseye
Airmax wanted a provider who would take complete responsibility of their connectivity, without restricting them to a single network. They wanted a simple solution along with assurance that they were getting the best value for money, customer care and network flexibility.
Improving connectivity to remote areas with Rennicks MTS
Eseye
Rennicks’ solutions experienced issues with communications in Scotland, where poor network coverage in remote locations was causing problems for some of its Variable Message Signs (VMS). Loss of connectivity meant more site visits had to be made to manually adjust signs, which was proving to be costly while the root cause of the problem was not being addressed.
Keeping Bernard Matthews Turkey Farms Warm This Christmas
Eseye
Baxi Commercial worked closely with Eseye and IO Controls to develop and implement the system control and remote monitoring solution. The area in which these Baxi Commercial boiler house systems were installed was challenging for Baxi Commercial to ensure reliable cellular connectivity. Baxi Commercial needed a reliable connectivity supplier.
Unite Set For 10% Energy Reduction Thanks To Eseye Shoebill
Eseye
Unite Students needed to find out where and when the most energy was being expended, so they could better devise strategies to reduce energy consumption. Key to this plan was a monitor that wasn’t intrusive to the business or the residents and that didn’t require releasing staff to take meter readings.
Eseye Pipe Leakage Detection
Eseye
3.3 billion litres of water are lost through leaking pipes each day in the UK. As a result, water authorities face increasing demand to find innovative ways to monitor water flow within pipes. Currently, GSM data loggers are used to monitor water flow wirelessly and improve the efficiency of dealing with leaks. The big problem with GSM loggers is they use a network specific SIM, which means different SIMs are required for different locations due to network coverage.
Healthcare - Always Connected
Eseye
Philips Motiva is an interactive TeleHealth platform, expertly designed to allow people with chronic conditions such as: Chronic Heart Failure, Diabetes Mellitus, and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) to be monitored from the comfort of their own home. With data sent direct to their healthcare provider, both patients and care staff are empowered to manage the condition with greater flexibility. Able to monitor weight, blood pressure, oxygen saturation in the blood and can also be used to answer a questionnaire, the system is intuitive and can be tailored to suit the individual requirements of each patient. Philips Healthcare needed a totally managed solution, giving reliable, in home connectivity to the Philips Motiva, allowing connectivity to multiple networks across Europe. Poor connectivity could result in multiple engineering visits and delays in the installation process costing Philips both time and money.
IoT Connectivity Creates Worldwide Opportunities: A Case Study on Micro Systems and Eseye
Eseye
Micro Systems S.R.L., a specialist in embedded electronics solutions, designs and manufactures process control and user interface boards for original equipment manufacturers (OEM) across various sectors. One of their core capabilities is building complete, customised IoT ecosystems that help their customers evolve from a product-based business into a service-based business. However, they faced a significant challenge when they launched their first IoT project in 2014 for a customer who needed a bespoke solution that could work anywhere in the world. The customer's new system was being sold globally, which meant that Micro Systems’ solution had to be compatible with multiple network operators across many different countries. This was a complex task, as managing the various networks and frequencies involved would be unworkable. Furthermore, the customer required a single, pocket-sized electronic board that integrated several technologies, including GPS, GSM connectivity, an M2M SIM Card, an RFID module, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, an accelerometer, and an I/O system.
Sharing the Positive Energy-Connecting Pan-European EV Charge Stations
Eseye
The New Motion were looking for a second supplier for cellular network connectivity with proven reliability, good debugging capabilities as well as competitive prices. “With each EV charge station expected to have a lifespan of 5-10 years, it is imperative that our suppliers understand our need to have reliable and future proof solutions.”- Remi Caron, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer , The New Motion.
Powering the Future of Smart Cities with IoT Smart Lighting: A Case Study on SSE's Mayflower Smart Control
Eseye
Mayflower Smart Control, a part of SSE Enterprise Contracting, was tasked with providing a green solution for the management of highway lighting and illuminated equipment. The company's connected devices offered a range of smart city applications, including environment and weather monitoring, refuse collection assistance, parking, road surface temperature sensing, and traffic counting. However, they were running restricted operations with a single local network SIM card across its connected product range. They identified the need for a centrally controlled and monitored system for public lighting installations, which would offer enhanced visibility, predictive maintenance, and a green solution for energy consumption.
Launching a Life Changing Product
Eseye
M-KOPA is a mobile technology company based in Nairobi, Kenya. The M-KOPA team includes founders and senior management from the Vodafone and Safaricom award-winning M-PESA service. It was formed to make accessible a range of life changing products.Even before forming the company the M-KOPA team realised that there were going to be considerable challenges in designing and managing such a product, so they sought out M2M experts with a reputation for delivering complex solutions.

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