An IoT-enabled city is made up of extensive sensor networks spread across the city that helps the city government achieve energy savings, use fewer human resources and cut maintenance costs.
- Noise pollution solutions monitor the decibel levels in real-time.
- Smart lighting throughout the city cuts down on power consumption.
- Water management involves monitoring the city’s pipes for water leakage.
- Transport management uses cameras, sensors and smart parking to achieve a smoother and safer traffic flow across the city.
- Waste management detects the type of waste and alerts authorities to toxic levels in inhabited areas and results in safer trash collection.
- Structural health monitoring involves the identification of structurally weak buildings via vibration sensors and other building specific electronics.
Healthcare providers are increasingly depending on wearables, IoT-systems and mobile apps to deliver better patient care, including outpatient care. Our healthcare experts can help you identify the upgrades possible in your organization and create the following services –
- Image management for lowering the imaging costs, billing management and scheduling reporting.
- Visualization tools for processing and analyzing 3D/2D datasets.
- Web and mobile apps that give you streamlined workflows, including better performance reporting, clinical documentation and quality control.
- Population health management improves health outcomes of the community that you are serving and also lowers patient costs.
- Financial management helps organizations with revenue management, financial risk management and claims processing.
- Healthcare asset tracking includes the ability to optimize your inventory assets and deploying them in the right place at the right time for delivering the best possible care to your patients.
- Patient flow analysis reduces the waiting time for your patients and eliminates the duplication of unnecessary legacy procedures.
Water management can be made better, more efficient and used to deliver cleaner water to the city using IoT based systems.
- Demand forecasting in real-time to generate insights on water consumption patterns.
- Improved preparation against floods and other disasters based on sensors and data from weather systems.
- Infrastructure management involves the monitoring of aging water infrastructure such as pipes for leaks and generates alerts of potential or actual water loss.
- Water quality testing from utilities can help cities reduce waterborne disease outbreaks.
Developing Building Automation Applications using IoT for a Commercial Building
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- Smart Manufacturing
- Oil and Gas
- Smart Aviation
Factories can be made smarter with predictive maintenance, cloud storage to store data gathered by various types of sensors and action apps for the mobile and desktop. All this gives decision makers the ability to take action quickly when it comes to shutting down a faulty machine that is affecting quality or stop the production process if needed. These are just some of the applications possible with IoT-driven manufacturing –
- Industrial automation
- Energy management
- Predictive maintenance
- Supply chain optimization
- Asset monitoring and optimization
Companies in the power generation and distribution sector can be one of the biggest beneficiaries of data science and Internet of Things because of the huge amounts of data that they generate. Our data scientists can help you make sense of Big Data with the following services –
- Automation of field operations
- Analytics of exploration data of oil wells
- Predictive trading models for energy trading
- Predictive maintenance of oil and gas fields and related machinery
- Analysis of customer data to identify upsell and cross sell opportunities
Airlines are generating Big Data because of all the on-board sensors along with aircraft maintenance data and also passenger data. All these datasets analyzed together can give airlines important insights on how to make flights safer while increasing customer satisfaction. Even airports can do a profitability analysis to see which airlines are more profitable to them.
- Fuel management system
- Flight risk management
- Flight crew planning
- Airport network analytics
- Flight data management and fleet optimization
IoT-enabled systems also have the potential to change our transportation systems and make them more intelligent in terms of driver and passenger safety, better fuel efficiency and smarter use of the road network. Predictive maintenance helps to maximize equipment life and improve passenger safety. Pricing optimization through Big Data analysis of all the airfares based on location, season, competitor pricing analysis and other factors.