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.
Companies are increasingly experimenting with projects that make use of the Internet of Things (IoT) as a means to solve a problem, cut costs, increase efficiency, enable new business models, get ahead of the competition or become more competitive. However, implementing and scaling an IoT project can be overwhelming for any organization.
The Internet of Things (IoT) not only helps fleet management operators to track where vehicles are and where they are going, but it also enables them to monitor fuel consumption, driving behavior, engine performance, and more.
About half of construction companies are using the Internet of Things to achieve their goals, and they are rocking it!
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 […]
We have all heard the term Industry 4.0. Maybe some even heard that it signifies the beginning of the 4th Industrial Revolution which encompasses new technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cloud- and edge-computing, promising to make our global industry faster, smarter and more sustainable. “Production Systems stand to […]
To find the right feeding recipe and the precise greenhouse conditions for improved growth and accelerated value IoT and automation are the best allies.
“World Food Safety Day,” celebrated every June 7th, seeks to raise awareness and inspire action (“from farm to table”) to improve food safety and prevent, detect and manage foodborne risks, which may even lead to long-lasting disabilities or death.
The use of green and digital technology, including the Internet of Things (IoT), allows us to achieve resilient and sustainable food systems by helping producers work more precisely and efficiently and improve food production.
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.