IoT Solutions Case Studies
The customer is a New York-based utility company that provides electric power to the city and operates one of the world’s largest district steam systems. The company’s customers include both individuals and large established firms. The company is among those few that provide such unique services as a Demand Response program. This program incentivizes lower electricity usage during times of high wholesale market prices or when system reliability is jeopardized.
Canonical is a UK-based privately held computer software company founded to market commercial support and related services for Ubuntu and related projects. Principally these are free and open-source software (FOSS) or tools designed to improve collaboration between free software developers and contributors.
The client is one of the world's leading manufacturers of heating, industrial and refrigeration systems. The client is working on an IoT prototype for their boiler to integrate well-known hardware with the Internet. Sensors from the device send notifications to the server, which saves binary values to a Cassandra database.
The client is a worldwide hotel and hospitality network looking for a scalable and flexible IoT platform. The platform should improve the overall guest experience and comfort. Also, it is important that the platform meet the client’s business operational requirements while minimizing maintenance and operating costs.
GuestMetrics LLC delivers cloud-based analytics and reporting solutions to the food & beverage, hospitality, and financial services industries. The analytics platform transforms collected point-of-sale transactions into easy-to-understand market data.
Canonical is a UK-based, privately held computer software company founded to market commercial support and related services for Ubuntu and related projects. Principally, these are free and open-source software (FOSS) or tools designed to improve collaboration between free software developers and contributors.
Typically, Computer numerical control (CNC) machine controllers are implemented in C or C++ and run on OSless or real-time operating systems. For example, Linux by default is not a real-time operating system. And running projects like LinuxCNC requires adding special real-time features to the kernel.
The client is a company creating an ecosystem for connected vehicles. They have developed a hardware solution and a platform, which can be customized depending on specific business needs. Many devices can be integrated into the ecosystem and interact with the platform through the open APIs and SDKs.