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The Cambridge-based start-up had already developed a proof of concept with two of the UK’s largest grocery retailers and was about to win a major contract with a global courier distributing to UK, Italy, Austria, Germany, China, and Russia. The scale of the opportunity presented by this major contract also required a step-change in Sensize’s process for onboarding and managing SIMs.
Nube was founded based on a vision of IoT as a combination of technologies and services with the power to deliver broad ranging and truly transformative benefits. Today Nube apply their solution to the liquid petroleum gas market helping both the end consumer and companies supplying and delivering the LP gas.
Wired Broadcast have been at the forefront of connectivity technology for over 25 years. In the search for an alternative to ISDN that would deliver improved agility and up-time for their customers, CEO Johnnie Dymock led Wired Broadcast to become an early provider of innovative multi-WAN connectivity solutions in the UK and abroad. As they began to encounter challenges with the overwhelming management workload for their SIM cards, they turned to Pelion for the solution.
SAVORTEX is striving to bring data-driven hand hygiene to change user behaviour in traditionally environmentally unfriendly and unhygienic workplace facilities. With 1 in 5 people not washing hands and considering that 80 percent of all infections are transmitted by hands, its costing employers $225.8 billion annually, and leading to a loss of user confidence and productivity.
Tangerine offers an AI-powered data analytics platform, which combines in-vehicle smart data collection devices with mobile and web-based services to provide actionable insights for fleet management, vehicle health, shared mobility and insurance telematics applications.
When the City of Taipei put their smart lighting solution out to tender, industrial and embedded systems developer AAEON turned to Pelion for a solution that not only met the brief, but offered a sustainable solution that can be adapted to scale for the future.
As a company committed to customer satisfaction, Lothian identified wireless connectivity as an area which could deliver improved customer experience and safety, with the help of Pelion IoT Connectivity.
Pelion helps Digital Inc. offer granular, global web content monitoring, filtering and reporting to help protect employees and students from harm whilst online, across mobile edge device deployments.
Pelion IoT Device Management is chosen by major utilities company, KEPCO, to help them transform into energy platform and services company.
SMS deploys, owns and manages automated meter reading (AMR) devices throughout the UK, servicing the industrial and commercial gas industries. With over 162,000 active connections, being able to remotely manage the connectivity of their deployed devices is vitally important to its business and ensure operational costs are kept at a minimum.
Pelion helps flow control technology providers; Gardner Denver delivers a services platform for the compressed air industry. The age of the smart factory, driven by Industry 4.0 means their customers were looking for a way of harvesting real-time data relating to their plant performance in a bid to eradicate downtime and maximize efficiency. The Milwaukee-based industrial equipment provider responded to the market’s appetite for data insights by creating the cloud-based iConn, an Intelligent Compressor Data Platform.
Post COVID-19 the prospect of going into a care home is much less attractive and people who want to stay independent for longer are turning to technology as the answer. Oysta’s Pearl device offers a round-the clock “cloak of care” for the end user.