Introducing the new “Views” feature we incorporated into our Gear platform. It is a powerful tool that will allow the data collected from the field, already presented in various sections of the platform, to be viewed in real time applied to a graphical representation of the installation in question. Such representations can range from equipment drawings to actual installation images or isometric representations that allow for rapid interpretation of field variables, to speed up decision-making and shorten event response times.
The applicability to maintenance management is virtually unlimited: from data related to equipment usage hours, to engine vibration levels, oil temperature, power consumption. All this information could be collected remotely, sent to our platform and subsequently integrated with the maintenance tool selected by the end customer. This prevents data collection through costly manual processes (logistics, time, human resources), adds little value, and often brings problems in loading data into the maintenance management system.
Imagine the savings associated with not having to send maintenance personnel to relieve data from remote facilities for which they must travel significant distances in company vehicles and often undergo unfavorable weather conditions in order to do these surveys. This is not to count the risks associated with the facility itself where it is not always easy to access the data as it is at height or there may be risks of electric shock, burns, etc.
Imagine being able to keep the maintenance management tool up to date and be able to schedule maintenance tasks knowing that the information is real and not estimated. With our new functionality of Views in Gear, now it is easier!
Let’s talk about a common mistake of comparing an IoT platform with the use of InfluxDB + Grafana.
InfluxDB is a highly respected time-series database for developers and can be used as a service to visualize telemetry. Developers must implement new queries, and then business people familiar with SQL can use Grafana to query. The cost of “baking” Influx into the platform is very high for developers, such as preprocessing operational data such as uptime into the Kapacitor pipeline. A key limitation is that it must be decided in advance whether each incoming attribute is metadata or telemetry (you cannot “group” telemetry).
This analysis shows why the best solution for managing IoT devices is a SaaS tool specifically designed and optimized for this purpose, rather than trying to build custom applications from common IaaS database technologies. Many companies like yours are already using Cloud Studio to increase customer satisfaction and reduce costs so don’t hesitate to launch your free trial immediately.
The fact is that it will take years to build a customized cloud platform from scratch, and starting from an existing framework may greatly reduce this work – in some cases to days or weeks.
This is a core vs context issue. Is building and running 24/7/365, a highly secure cloud platform at your core strategy? Or is it the design and development of disruptive smart devices? If you want to discuss the possibility of deploying connected products using Cloud Studio IoT Platform, please contact us.
Developing a platform to provide a core connection with connected things, and to connect in a safe and agnostic way, brings many technical obstacles. At Cloud Studio we specialize in solving these problems, don´t hesitate to contact us!
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In the event that the partner is going to deploy the solution in a client as a “pilot” test, the recurring payment for the use of the platform is discounted at 100% for 6 months, since after said period of time, Cloud Studio believes that it is no longer a pilot project.
From Cloud Studio we understand that internet of things projects begin with a pilot test at the client’s site where they can interact with the proposed solution to understand its scope and associated benefits, so we offer support to our partners to deploy this type of initiatives reducing the cost of the platform for a maximum period of 6 months. We understand that this tool will be extremely useful for the generation of new businesses in a changing and highly complex context.
What are you waiting for, we accompany you, we are specialists in IoT and we promote the development of your business by offering subsidized licensing during the trial period
Northeast Group LLC carried out a tour of the stages to develop a smart city model based on the internet of things application which is divided into 3 phases that We will see below:
Phase 1: Led technology and implementation of intelligent public lighting.
This first phase consists of implementing an intelligent public lighting system using LED technologies, geospatial information systems (GIS) and a centralized management system (CMS) to achieve sustainable development goals.
Phase 2: The use of sensors for parking, waste management, detection of security events and the possibility of integration with third-party applications, increases the levels of environmental quality and the comfort of the citizen.
Phase 3: Application of the full range of sensors allowing the monetization of urban data: in this phase it is possible to implement an IoT platform that interacts with the devices, allowing the visualization of information in real time, generating prevention of future damage and significant cost savings.
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Thanks to the Internet of Things, manufacturers can monitor, manage and support their products remotely, while allowing contractors and field service distributors to increase efficiency by focusing on their support activities and improving customer satisfaction.
What are our differentials?
Highly customizable platform, capable of adding custom functions to suit specific business and product requirements.
Remote diagnostics enables the identification of performance problems online to provide the consumer with efficient technical support.
Device management enables firmware updates and the reboot feature on remotely located products.
Resellers and service technicians supporting an installed base can efficiently plan and define truck routes and organize resources based on problem severity and root cause.
Product diagnostic programs can immediately detect the need for a failed batch recall, preventive maintenance needs, replenishment opportunities, thereby increasing revenue and improving end-user insight.
Keywords: Versatility, adaptability, expertise in the internet of things.
At Cloud Studio we seek adding value in the following applications:
IoT-based factory automation and control projects include comprehensive smart factory solutions with numerous elements such as shop monitoring, wearable devices and augmented reality. remote control by PLC or automated quality control systems. In turn, there are projects that include remote control of connected machinery, monitoring or management of equipment and control of complete remote industrial operations, such as oil rigs. The key drivers for the introduction of industrial IoT solutions are the reduction of operational downtime and cost savings.
Beyond the typical applications within this vertical that include telematics and fleet management solutions, vehicle diagnostics / monitoring, battery, tire pressure, driver status, there are also other projects Interesting features such as school bus fleet tracking, long-distance bus route optimization, and driver behavior tracking to optimize fuel use and prevent accidents.
consumption around the world is expected to grow 40% over the next 25 years, driving the need for smarter energy solutions to an unprecedented level. IoT solutions are revolutionizing the energy industry, from generation to transmission to distribution, and it is changing the way energy companies and customers interact.
cities are growing in all parts of the world, balancing the economic and technological aspects with the human dimensions. The percentage of smart city projects has decreased compared to the 2018 analysis for a number of reasons, including tender deadlines, long lead times, and the need to navigate city politics.
Connected solutions aim to increase productivity and efficiency while reducing operating costs over the entire life of the building. Connected building projects include facility automation and monitoring of building systems (HVAC, lighting, elevators, smoke alarms, fire extinguishers), building utilization and security (room use, access, surveillance).
From web-based asset management systems to provide users with real-time data on their devices, their status and the need for preventive maintenance, to traditional hardware connectivity to provide greater functionality and comfort to the end customer.
We can advise you and develop the solution you need to optimize your business, do not hesitate to contact us!
Top 10 IOT Applications in 2020 according to IoT Analytics:
IoT-based factory automation and control projects include holistic smart factory solutions with numerous elements, such as shop floor monitoring, portable devices and augmented reality in the workshop, remote control of PLC or automated quality control systems. In turn, there are projects outside the factory that include remote control of connected machinery, equipment monitoring or management and control of complete remote industrial operations, such as oil rigs. The key drivers for the introduction of industrial IoT solutions are reducing operational downtime and saving costs.
Typical applications within transportation / mobility include telematics and fleet management solutions that connect to the local operating system inside the car for vehicle diagnosis / monitoring, such as battery monitoring, vehicle monitoring tire pressure, driver monitoring or just vehicle tracking. Other interesting projects include the monitoring of school bus fleets, the optimization of routes for long-distance buses and the monitoring of driver behavior to optimize fuel use and prevent accidents.
With energy consumption worldwide expected to grow 40% over the next 25 years , the need for smarter energy solutions has reached an all-time high. IoT is revolutionizing nearly every part of the energy industry, from generation to transmission to distribution, and it is changing the way energy companies and customers interact. Both solution providers and the energy companies themselves understand the need and value of connected IoT solutions in the industry.
solutions include in-store digital signage, customer engagement and tracking, merchandise monitoring and inventory management, and smart vending machines, among others. In turn, the performance of stores in their locations can be compared based on an accurate inbound traffic solution. The solutions allow you to review detailed metrics, KPIs, and analyze conversion rates by store, easily identifying norms, trends, and outliers, and creating plans to capture opportunities.
Smart cities are growing and flourishing in all parts of the world, balancing economic and technological aspects with human dimensions. The percentage of smart city projects has decreased compared to the 2018 analysis for a number of reasons, such as deadlines. Long bidding, long lead time to start smart city projects, and the need to navigate city politics.
is Theincreasing demand for IoT-specific healthcare applications, such as telehealth consultations, digital diagnostics, remote monitoring and robotic assistance,. The pandemic has put the healthcare industry in the spotlight. Typical healthcare IoT projects within hospitals / clinics include medical device monitoring, healthcare team coordination, optimization of workflow operations, while outpatient focused solutions include patient monitoring, assisted living, elderly care and pain medication management, among others.
Typical supply chain IoT projects include asset tracking, condition monitoring (eg cold chain, medical products), inventory and storage management, automated guided vehicles, connected workers, among others . The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the value of IoT tracking throughout the supply chain. Unfortunately, recent months have shown the stark reality that even vital medical equipment and PPE can be depleted due to the disruption of global supply chains. Through IoT solutions in the supply chain it is expected to help companies to maintain control, have an overview and react quickly.
In 2050, it is estimated that a population of almost 10 billion people will need up to 70 percent more food than we need today. One way to tackle this challenge is through smart farming. IoT sensors can help farmers make more informed decisions to achieve higher crop yields, better quality products, and save costs by reducing the use of fertilizers and pesticides. Smart agriculture projects include precision agriculture , livestock monitoring , irrigation management and automated drones for farm surveying, field mapping, crop spraying, etc.
Most new and innovative connected solutions aim to increase productivity and efficiency while reducing operating costs through complete building life cycle management. Featured connected building projects involve facility automation and building system monitoring (HVAC, lighting, elevators, smoke alarms, fire extinguishers), building utilization and security (room use, access, surveillance).
Connected Exercise Equipment: Cybex International offers premium exercise equipment used in fitness facilities around the world. Gym owners maintain their treadmills regularly to make sure they stay running, so Cybex developed a web-based asset management system to provide gym owners with real-time data on the gym. status of each treadmill.
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When implementing an IoT solution, several elements of varied complexity are involved, however, one of the biggest concerns of many customers is security as doubts typically arise regarding privacy, access control, communication and storage of information.
In Cloud Studio, we implement measures to securely communicate with field devices using TLS security certificates across all of our channels. We guarantee the levels of safety required by the industry by:
Configure users with maximum granularity permissions, at the individual device level if necessary.
2048-bit SSL protection on all communications.
Single-Sign-On (SSL) that includes the possibility of identification through external providers (LDAP).
Secure open API, with individual permissions for each application that uses it, using OAuth-like techniques.
We can empower you to achieve improvements in the security of your teams and deployments.
The carbon footprint can be defined as the impact left by human activity on the environment. That is, the environmental brand generated by a person, product or organization on the planet due to its daily actions, totaled according to emission parameters of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases (GHGs) released into the atmosphere.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency of the USA, the largest emitters of CO2 are:
These industries can also look towards IoT devices and applications as a tool to reduce their carbon footprint and their impact on the environment. At first, such initiatives for sustainability and climate change remediation took a minimal part in their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities. Now, these companies and industries are looking at carbon footprint reduction activities as a mainstream initiative that forms a significant part of their operations and their businesses.
IoT can help industries execute their initiatives towards reducing their carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions. In a report published by Ericsson, the use of IoT has the potential of reducing emissions by as much as 63.5 gigatons by the year 2030, should all industrial sectors participate. IoT is destined to be an enabler that will help industries reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and increase their energy efficiency.
The most important uses of the Internet of Things (IoT) to reduce the carbon footprint are:
Our platform can help you achieve your Carbon Footprint goals.
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Industry 4.0 is the digital transformation of manufacturing / manufacturing (and related industries) into a connected environment of IoT-enabled big data, people, processes, services, systems and industrial assets with the generation, leverage and utilization of actionable data and information as a way and means to realize smart industry and industrial innovation and collaboration ecosystems.
What is the objective?
The goal is to enable autonomous decision-making processes, monitor assets and processes in real time, and enable connected value creation networks in real time through early stakeholder engagement, and vertical and horizontal integration.
What impact is expected?
Through innovation and transformation of business models and processes: increase profits, decrease costs, improve the customer experience, optimize the value of the customer’s useful life and, as far as possible, build more loyalty to customers, and innovate to grow and remain relevant.
Do you want to be the protagonist of the next industrial revolution?
Cloud Studio introduces its new tank monitoring solution allowing distributors of bulk lubricants, gases, fuels and virtually any other fluid to remotely monitor tank fill levels, knowing inventory in real time and optimizing purchasing processes and logistics delivery routes.
Through this solution, you can track the exact levels in your tanks at any time by being able to set alarms each time the defined thresholds are reached. It is important to note that the definition of thresholds has been developed based on practices recommended by the Petroleum Institute of America (API).
The most important advantage of this tool is that it allows you to check fluid levels in multiple tanks, in distributed sites, from a single device to gain real-time access to the data generating cost reduction, efficiency improvements and additional added value for your customers.
Benefits of the app:
Impact of your application:
Our current approach is to apply our platform to projects where new technologies, and IoT in particular, provide a path to improving energy efficiency, control and maintainability, such as:
Our platform facilitates the monitoring and control of infrastructure through customizable dashboards, incorporating IoT devices that interact with the client’s ecosystem, which allows the automated sending of notifications to events.
To meet our objectives we take into account two pillars:
Deployment of devices on site such as:
Interconnection with our cloud platform which includes:
At Cloud Studio, we have developed an IoT platform that addresses real life verticals, offering innovative, flexible and field-proven end-to-end solutions
Our competitive advantage
Our focus is on applying our platform to projects where modern technologies, and the IoT in particular, provide a path to improve energy efficiency, control, and maintainability, such as:
In the current times where COVID-19 has forced us to drastically modify our routines, we ask ourselves, In what situation is the infrastructure that we frequent?
We can find different situations:
In short, the most important aspects are energy consumption, safety and maintenance.
In the first place regarding the use of energy, we have no news of the state in which the devices such as lights on or mechanical timers are operating on unnecessary devices or if the heating or cooling continues to work and above all it is very complex to register if the continuous operation of this has caused incidents.
Secondly, with regard to security, a large part of the infrastructure was not in a condition to be empty: we have no knowledge of the movements that are registered and we are not sure that all accesses are closed.
Finally maintenance, how can we detect a failure? Or simply, How do I check the status of the infrastructure after some maintenance activity? How can we plan it and how can we optimize it?
The Internet of Things application allows remote monitoring and management, becoming increasingly essential in these times.
Remote monitoring is divided into two parts: energy saving and maintenance.
First we find energy savings that allow us to achieve several objectives such as: Reducing consumption, Reducing costs (remember that these are not the same because reducing consumption involves consuming less, but reducing costs involves more strategies, for example using infrastructure in a different way, specifically using it at different times, let’s remember that schedules have big impacts on tariffs because they vary throughout the day , therefore it is not the same to consume energy at a peak time, which in a valley schedule, which prices are reduced, in short the objective of this variable focuses on consuming smarter.
On the other hand, we have control over the occupation that is the assembly of strategies that have to do with the infrastructure that is not in use consuming as little as possible or only what is necessary.
The control of the generation, this is something that has grown a lot over time and has to do with understanding that we constantly generate energy to apply it in the best possible way.
Finally, working with a Continuous Strategy means that energy savings depend on having a strategy and running it continuously.
The second aspect of remote monitoring that is Maintenance allows us to remotely monitor the following aspects:
Inventory management which gives us great advantages when it comes to monitoring remotely.
Automate fault detection, this is essential to be able to predict others that may be chained.
Determining exact types of failure allows us to understand the reasons for failure, so we can determine what type of repair is going to be done most accurately.
Finally, schedule or perform preventive maintenance
When we talk about infrastructure it’s really important understand its focus and characteristics to correctly apply IoT solutions, within the types of infrastructure we can find:
Critical infrastructure, it requires high availability. Difficult access infrastructure, these are usually neglected. On the other hand, we can find Difficult maintenance Infrastructure , which requires complex repairs, and lastly, High consumption infrastructure or infrastructure with numerous sites which require a unified view.
The IoT can be applied to a wide variety of devices and infrastructures such as Banks, Hospitals, Schools, Public Lighting, Electric Stations or Retails Etc.
From this we can obtain great benefits in the infrastructure such as greater functionality, we can control the devices remotely and in turn receive all their information in real time, which allows us to prevent future events and achieve even greater functionality.
It’s a concept that encompasses the appearance of devices that are connected to the Internet to have greater functionality. This term is often confusing and leading to the thought, for example, that a Smart Coffee Machine is IoT when it is not. To understand the difference, we must consider that connectivity must play a very important role, where devices interact with the environment to nurture and share information with third parties, generating greater overall efficiency.