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Revolutionizing Rodent Control
Exosite
From pet- and child-safe traps, to touch-free and live-catch rodent control solutions, Victor continues to stay committed to producing superior products that meet the varying needs of today’s pest control professionals. And, with a long standing history supporting customers in the food processing, service, and retail settings, Victor knew that strict regulations were costing organizations thousands of dollars in excess overhead trying to manage their rodent-control solutions. Trap inspections in these environments are often difficult and time consuming, requiring personnel to manually check a trap’s status multiple times per day, amounting to over six hours of manual labor. Victor is looking for an innovative way to increase operational efficiencies with the use of technology.
CONDITION MONITORING
Exosite
Parker wanted the ability to apply a common cloud-based remote monitoring platform across many applications. Compressed air can be expensive and inefficient, so Parker’s innovative Transair piping system was chosen as the initial host product. Parker had a unique chance to create a solution that would help facility managers understand their compressed air systems’ key performance so that they could efficiently manage and optimize this critical system.
Keeping Your Home Safe with Aladdin Connect™
Exosite
In a highly competitive market, Genie knew that security and safety was a concern for their customers. Teaming up with Exosite and Exosite’s IoT partners to leverage cutting-edge technology and meet consumer needs made perfect sense. Genie’s goal was to go to market quickly to keep pace with the quickly evolving home automation market. Research indicated that a smart device that could control multiple garage doors had market share viability and profit potential.
The New Start Line Performance Data Goes Real Time
Exosite
Cyclists typically had to take a device off the bike and connect to a computer to upload information. Data was imprecise and the analytics came long after the ride was over. Quarq wanted to find a new way to help atheletes adjust the rides in real time and help fans to get closer to the games.

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