The COVID-19 outbreak has highlighted the need to apply connected infrastructures into buildings to reopen safely and reduce employee and visitor anxiety. Kontakt.io & Domo have teamed up to solve one of the main challenges corporate real-estate faces in 2020. The implementation of contact tracing solutions today can unlock unlimited possibilities in the future.
If your major focus for the coming months and years is to reopen your factory safely and prevent your plant from unplanned shutdowns and major sanitization outbreaks, you’re not alone. 2020 has brought new challenges to manufacturing spaces, affecting employee well-being, productivity rates and revenue. And as manual solutions for keeping the virus under control are not enough, manufacturing executives are turning to digitization.
Watch Ulrike Meyer, CIDO at Linde Willenbrock, and Philipp von Gilsa, CEO at Kontakt.io to discover how Willenbrock saves 100,000+ EUR by implementing Simon AI in their facilities. They also cover the origins of the project, including how they defined objectives, challenges and customer pain points before moving on to how the project was managed by the Kontakt.io team, the results they’ve achieved with Simon AI and the path forward.
Completing the design and setup of a beacon or tag deployment brings you to the beginning of another stage in its lifecycle. To keep it in optimal working condition and fully take advantage of the data it gathers, you need to be able to detect problems and reconfigure and update the devices as needed.
Asset tracking solutions lie at the intersection of the increasing complexity of modern industrial processes and the rise of digital transformations and Industry 4.0 in different verticals. The needs of one are met by the possibilities created by the other. The result is RTLS deployments that are transforming industries and providing unprecedented opportunities for improved performance.
Digital transformation is a necessity for any business that wants to stay afloat in a highly competitive and customer-obsessed world. With the increasing push for digital transformation, as more and more global companies realize they need better visibility into their assets and workflows, Bluetooth Low Energy has proven to be an affordable and accurate technology for many use cases and new industries continue to open up to the technology.
Applications powered by Bluetooth-based technology have proven themselves in every vertical and environment you can think of. From Industry 4.0 insights to simple wayfinding and tracking, these solutions depend on a simple yet versatile piece of hardware that forms the backbone of the networks that deliver a very long list of business and consumer benefits—beacons.
The manufacturing space is experiencing perhaps the biggest turning point since the third industrial revolution. Increasing customer expectations and labor costs push manufacturers to drastically improve their output while keeping resources as lean as possible. Traditional tactics for improving efficiency and safety are no longer sufficient. The answer is digitization, and implementing IoT is the foundation that drives it.