WE ARE ON A MISSION
This is Smart Living
Everything from a tiny magnet to a refrigerator door can be connected to the internet. Taken from the last Smart Kitchen Summit this week, appliance companies such as Gourmia are set out to develop smart IoT tools for kitchen appliances. Yet, this is only the beginning of how cooks can rely on easy-to-use tools from sous vide to juicers to become as smart as possible.
Our IoT platform promises that smart tech features like providing access to music, receiving daily information, and setting timers without a single touch of a button. In fact, smart thermostats can help turn on the heat before we arrive home while lightbulbs can automatically turn on, even when we’re out. Meanwhile, home security offers live monitoring and the ability to talk to house visitors straight from your phone.
REDUCE WASTE AND LOWER COSTS
Approximately 1.3 billion tons of food goes to waste every year. With the growing cost of produce, IoT-enabled inventory tools help homeowners keep track of their home inventory easily. For example, IoT-enabled ovens help reduce raw material consumption by up to 10% and lower the use of energy consumption by up to 28%.
PROVIDE DIGITAL ASSISTANCE
While digital assistance is found in a variety of smart home appliances, voice-activated tools are useful when your hands are covered in flour or measuring ingredients. Whether you’re converting ounces to gallons or deciphering a new recipe, smart-talking gadgets are becoming the ideal sous chefs. Not to mention, the latest crock-pots and digital thermometers are designed to provide temperature graphs and adjust cook times for better results.
Be able to receive automated email alerts as consumables become low so you don't need to monitor them manually, also prevent people from the inconvenience of running out of consumables.
REDUCE QUEUES AND IMPROVE USER EXPERIENCE
Spot busy locations in real time and place ambassadors in key areas to guide your customers and deal with problems.
DEVELOP EFFICIENT CLEANING SCHEDULES
By observing trends in washroom behaviors, our system can identify when your washrooms are statistically at their busiest or quietest and deploy your cleaning teams in the most efficient manner, to clean and replenish consumables such as toilet paper.
PLAN ARCHITECTURAL CHANGES
By identifying how users interact with your washroom, you can make changes to the layout of rooms or plan for the future. Which toilets get used the most? Is the toilet closest to the entrance the most used? Why does one soap system always run out before the others and should we increase its capacity? These are just a few questions that can be answered once you've identified the problem.
PERFORM PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE, NOT REACTIVE
IoT sensors are able to detect whether there’s something going wrong with a machine or use machine learning to make a prediction, and our system would plan maintenance automatically. Thus, you can prevent equipment from breaking down in the first place, enabling you to minimize the number of out-of-action toilets and soap dispensers.
IoT in HVAC(heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) products
Products can be measured and monitored in real-time, giving a clear and accurate picture of their performance – and identifying any issues with their performance in good time.
Instead of arbitrarily servicing products at fixed periods, IoT allows problems to be identified before they become major issues, saving on repair bills and increasing the lifespan of your products.
Where problems do occur, they can often be diagnosed remotely, saving customer callout fees.
Since products aren’t required to work constantly – whether required or not – they’re able to deliver optimal results, whether it’s maintaining the right room temperature, or removing pollutants from the air, while using a fraction of the energy used by timer-based operation. A smart system can, for example, decrease ventilation flow when nobody’s inside the building – just one of the ways in which significant save energy can be saved.
Public Safety & Security
AIR QUALITY MONITORING
IoT solutions are coming to market that automatically gather real-time air quality data by neighborhood and push it to the cloud, where monitoring systems can break down the data and deliver easy-to-understand analytics. Armed with precision air quality data, city managers can create not only safe evacuation plans during wildfires, but manage day-to-day issues, with effective traffic planning and commercial and residential zoning. And urban dwellers can use the data to decide whether to do that morning jog, take the metro or bike to work or simply stay inside, if air quality levels are in the danger zone.
Predictive maintenance takes preventive maintenance one-step further by using sensor data to recognize hazardous trends and alert the appropriate maintenance engineer before the issue escalates. Predictive maintenance empowers you to make highly accurate guesses about where what to repair when. It focuses human attention where and when it’s most needed.
Using microphones, videos, sensors, and other connected devices strategically placed throughout the city, police can readily identify when and where crime is occurring, so that they can successfully track down perpetrators.
IMPROVED DECISION MAKING
A comprehensive Internet of Things solution can break down data silos to share valuable insights, so that cities can make informed decisions about public safety. For example, IoT can combine massive quantities of relevant data from multiple sources and analyze it in real-time, allowing cities to quickly take action to keep citizens safe.
Internet of Things solutions also allow cities to take advantage of real-time analytics, which can help them to understand and resolve public safety issues right away – before residents are affected. For example, predictive policing uses a blend of sensors and connected devices to identify potential areas or events of crime before they occur.