The Body Core Temperature Monitor, ARMOR, was selected by the Ministry of Defense for its ease of use.
Many businesses and their models rely heavily on physical interaction with customers, vendors, and employees. Recent events made most of them realize that they need to jump into the Digital Transformation wave as a way to build resilience, remain relevant, get ahead of the competition, and provide better services to customers.
We’ve all heard that “knowledge is power” or that “knowledge is a competitive advantage”. Still, to arrive at knowledge there are a few earlier steps that need to be taken. The first building block towards knowledge is data, which (when organized) provides us with useful information, thus leading over time to knowledge and insight. “The …
The Internet of Things (IoT) is already being used in many buildings. This allows these so-called smart buildings to save energy and costs and to receive maintenance on time. New opportunities lie in the application of IoT in the construction process. This guarantees a safe working environment on various levels.