05 October 2017
Cargotec Oyj is using a cloud-based hub to power its IoT network that enables predictive maintenance and the development of insightful, data-driven services.
Operating in more than 100 countries, Cargotec is a Helsinki-based provider of cargo and load handling solutions.
Together with its subsidiaries, the company has delivered half a million loader cranes to customers. It’s claimed that they have moved every fourth container in the world with terminal and port operation solutions, offering engineering solutions and services for half of the world’s ships to make transport by sea safe and reliable.Find out more
10 April 2017
Xirrus provided the wireless hardware and software infrastructure for a recent and innovative art installation in London.
Created by digital art group Squidsoup, Bloom was initially launched at Kew Gardens as part of its Winter Trail and Christmas events.
Bloom comprises around one thousand individual Wi-Fi-enabled IoT light bulbs that sway in the wind and spread a gentle glow each evening.Find out more
01 July 2017
Northern Ireland-based electricity aggregator Powerhouse Generation will use industrial IoT technology to remotely manage and control its clients’ power assets.
Powerhouse aims to help large energy consumers in Ireland earn revenue by temporarily reducing or delaying their electricity demand on the grid. It is said to be the first demand-side electricity aggregator to work across both sides of the Irish border.Find out more
21 August 2017
Snowflake Computing says it’s come up with technology that turns a modern data warehouse into a data “sharehouse”.
According to the US-based firm, until recent years, enterprises could focus only on storing and analysing data generated inside their organisations.Find out more