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  • Adopting IoT and AI for safer and smarter manufacturing
    Smart manufacturing has many economic and social benefits, but most companies are hesitant to move from traditional manufacturing to smart manufacturing mainly due to the high investment cost required in the implementation, which resulted in a sluggish growth in the market.
    Editor / Provider: Secutech International | Updated: 2017 / 11 / 16
  • Raytec IP lighting combats crime at historic manor house
    Raytec network illuminators have been deployed as a key element of a bespoke IP security solution for a Grade II listed Manor House in Shropshire, UK to deliver outstanding night time surveillance images and actively combat crime.
    Editor / Provider: Raytec | Updated: 2017 / 9 / 6
  • Tyco IS improves security at Toshiba Business Solutions USA
    The company was in the process of relocating its Texas market headquarters and had an aggressive timeline for moving into both the new headquarters and a secondary location.
    Editor / Provider: Tyco Integrated Security | Updated: 2017 / 7 / 21
  • Comelit home automation at landmark development in York
    It may be known as Yorkshire's ‘Regency Gem', but St Leonard's Place – a Grade II-listed crescent in York – has very 21st century home automation and video door entry systems from Comelit fitted in many of its luxurious homes.
    Editor / Provider: Comelit | Updated: 2017 / 7 / 18
  • How IoT, big data improve hotels' business processes
    To stay competitive and ensure sustainable growth, hotels find it necessary to streamline operations, reduce energy cost, and deliver a better guest experience to keep bringing customers back. To achieve those, they turn to technology, in particular IoT and big data.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2017 / 1 / 17
  • Island life for Urmet
    Urmet is providing its IPervoice video entry and access control solution to London City Island, a project in Docklands being dubbed ‘Mini Manhattan.' As well as accommodation, the 12-acre redeveloped site will feature offices, arts organisations, a gallery and retail outlets.
    Editor / Provider: Urmet Electronics | Updated: 2016 / 10 / 26


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