Proving the Business Case for the Internet of Things

IoT Content Library

Welcome to the IMC's Internet of Things Content Library. 

The IMC brings together Adopters of connectivity technology in different vertical-markets industries--from healthcare to energy to logistics – to share results and have meaningful dialogue. IMC Adopter Members come from different disciplines, including: IT, product design and operations, to interact about deploying M2M technology -- the cornerstone of the Internet of Things.
 
The IMC Internet of Things Library is a collection of case studies and white papers that emphasize crucial business metrics like ROI, Total Cost of Ownership, and Time to Market.

Qualifying Adopters can become members of the IMC at no cost, and have complete access to these valuable resources by logging in or registering here.
 

WHITE PAPERS


CASE STUDIES BY CATEGORIES

Healthcare
Logistics
Energy/Utilities
Building/Construction
Public Infrastructure
Transportation
Retail/Consumer
Industrial
 

 
CASE STUDY: RECKLESS DRIVING TO RIGHTEOUS RESULTS
KORE Telematics
GPSTrackIt.com's Fleet Manager solution combined with Kore network has enabled Promoting Special Care and Health (PSCH), a human service agency in New York area, to provide safe transportation to disabled individuals more efficiently.

cASE sTUDY: Digi Enables Amerys Critical Cardiology Telehealth Application in France
Digi International
Almerys, which processes digital medical data, wanted to add wireless communications capability to a remote monitoring trial of cardiac patients in Auvergne. The trial focused on patients' weight, a key indicator of cardiac health. Digi's Connectport X3 Wireless Gateway and Etherios Device Cloud enabled the Telehealth solution to operate out of the box from remote rural locations. The early warning capability enabled crises to be avoided and lives saved.

cASE sTUDY: Numerex M2Mdirector Delivers Cost Savings and Safety Benefits to the Oil & Gas Industry
Numerex
Managing marginal well operations is labor intensive. Pumpers drive to each tank daily to check water and oil levels and equipment, including drilling motors. If levels are too high, pumps must be manually shut down to avoid spills and incurring fines and cleanup costs. Motor problems require a well to be shut down until repairs are made; both situations create a production loss. Pumpers can monitor tanks, motors, and other equipment anywhere from a PC or smartphone, 24/7, with Numerex's M2Mdirector.
 
Axeda
PEP Stations needed a remote monitoring and reporting solution for its electric vehicle charging stations, which served building tenants. Axeda Machine Cloud provided a reliable wireless link to support real time fault diagnostics. The company was able to reduce call outs to fix faults, and receive reports on the utilisation of all its equipment, which facilitated planning for new stations.
 
 



 


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