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The Internet of Things promises to be one of the next steps in the digital wave. But from the collection of data to the security of objects through the diffusion of these technologies in ever more unexpected applications, what are the issues? Decryption upstream of the BusinessIn meeting on April 10 in Neuchâtel.
The connected speaker is entering many homes in recent months. By questioning the personal assistant, Alexa, Siri or other, the user can know his egg stock in the fridge, launch a video on his TV or set his alarm. Uses of everyday life. But what if connected objects went far beyond and ventured into every nook and cranny of society? This is how Felco Motion, an SME from the Neuchâtel region, is working on a concept of connected pruning shears, especially for winegrowers. « We feel that our customers are waiting for that. We can imagine a global service with hardware and software, to help the winegrower’s decision-making. We have an online after-sales service, but we want to go further, « explains Stéphane Poggi, manager of the » little sister « of the Felco group, specialized in tooling.
While Felco Motion has worked with the students and teachers of the HES-SO multidisciplinary master’s degree in innovation, Stéphane Poggi acknowledges that « startups naturally have closer and stronger links with the major groups, who spot them early on. to take ownership of their innovations, while SMEs, who would need these new ideas as well, lack connections with start-ups.  » A statement shared by Yann-Amaël Aubert of BrainIT, a young startup in the field of data collection and valuation: « SMEs do not always have the means to invest in R & D in sectors that are not core business, or to integrate the data they collect into more and more complex platforms. With BrainIT, we want to offer the flexibility and skills that SMEs need but can not afford. « 

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The backbone of BRAIN IT solutions is a 4.0 software platform (Toolbox):

– Multi-protocols: LoRaWAN, Sigfox, NBIoT, GSM, LTE..

– Multi-object builders: NKE-Watecco, AIUT, Tekelek, Silensoft…

– Integration is complete with the Customer’s ecosystem

– Brain It already processes several thousand sensors for companies.

– Digital Data by BRAIN IT.

BRAIN-IT

The backbone of BRAIN IT solutions is a 4.0 software platform (Toolbox):

– Multi-protocols: LoRaWAN, Sigfox, NBIoT, GSM, LTE…

– Multi-object builders: NKE-Watecco, AIUT, Tekelek, Silensoft…

– Integration is complete with the Customer’s ecosystem

– Brain It already processes several thousand sensors for companies.

– Digital Data by BRAIN IT.

BRAIN-IT

The backbone of BRAIN IT solutions is a 4.0 software platform (Toolbox):

– Multi-protocols: LoRaWAN, Sigfox, NBIoT, GSM, LTE…

– Multi-object builders: NKE-Watecco, AIUT, Tekelek, Silensoft…

– Integration is complete with the Customer’s ecosystem

– Brain It already processes several thousand sensors for companies.

– Digital Data by BRAIN IT.

BRAIN-IT

The backbone of BRAIN IT solutions is a 4.0 software platform (Toolbox):

– Multi-protocols: LoRaWAN, Sigfox, NBIoT, GSM, LTE…

– Multi-object builders: NKE-Watecco, AIUT, Tekelek, Silensoft…

– Integration is complete with the Customer’s ecosystem

– Brain It already processes several thousand sensors for companies.

– Digital Data by BRAIN IT.

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The global building automation system market grew 7% in 2018 to total ~ US$ 35 Bn, registering an upward spiral from ~ US$ 33 Bn in
2017, according to the new research study from Future Market Insights.

The report says that Schneider Electric SE, ABB, Siemens AG, Johnson Controls Inc., and Honeywell International Inc. remain the top 5 players in the building automation market, commanding nearly 40% of the global market share.

The analyst is of the opinion that growing investments in smart buildings is one of the key shapers estimate to mould the growth of building automation system market in 2019 and beyond. Despite of having a robust sphere of influence, leading players in the building automation system market will continue to face competition threats from new vendors entering the scenario with newer promises.

 

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The term ‘digital transformation’ has attracted a lot of attention across the manufacturing industry and throughout the media recently. Defined by The Enterprisers Project, digital transformation is “the integration of digital technology into all areas of a business, resulting in fundamental changes to how businesses operate and how they deliver value to customers.”

With digitalisation comes the rise of trends such as Industry 4.0, smart manufacturing and smart factories.

Industry 4.0, also known as the fourth industrial revolution, is all about focusing on connectivity and communication. It presents us with a future where devices are connected so that they can communicate and make smart decisions. 

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Technology has been increasingly adopted by all major industry sectors over the last several years—and the energy industry is no exception. Tech innovation is no longer associated only with replacement of paperwork with automated electronic systems. The next step is reinvention of the ways that energy and utilities companies do business, engage their customers and interact with them. And let us not forget about Energy 4.0, a buzzword used to denote the digital revolution in this industry.