Optimize your processes with digitization
It’s time to move to Industry 4.0
Harness the power of data in your manufacturing industry with a variety of connected sensors to monitor metrics like pressure, vibrations,temperature, humidity, switches, and voltage. These
sensors can also detect openings, leaks, battery charge, current, tilt, flood, and more in pipes or equipment. This flow of data will help you make predictive maintenance a reality.
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Next-gen vehicle tracking systems change the way the insurance industry approaches stolen vehicle claims
Advances in telematics improve stolen vehicle recovery and minimize insurance costs
- Worldwide, insurance companies spend billions of dollars each year to replace stolen vehicles.
- The industry seeks a way to minimize the burden of stolen vehicle replacement, but traditional telematics solutions fall short.
- Next-generation vehicle tracking systems, powered by Sigfox’s global IoT network, solve the major problems associated with telematics.
- Next-generation tracking systems are the latest revolution in insurtech: increasing rates of auto recovery while reducing insurance claim costs and overhead.
The UN Office on Drugs and Crime estimates that worldwide, one in every 1,500 people falls victim to vehicle theft each year. Couple this with the fact that in some areas, recovery rates fall well below fifty percent, and it’s no wonder the insurance industry has championed the use of telematics tracking in recent years. Each vehicle that is recovered-and recovered quickly-represents thousands of dollars in claims savings.
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Water management enters the age of the smart city thanks to IoT
Long-range telemetry solutions connect water meters, save utility companies time and resources
We have entered the age of the smart city. The Internet of Things (IoT) has become the norm, and urban areas are increasingly using new telemetry technologies to remotely and securely manage public assets. Utility companies are no exception. As water management systems age, and companies prepare to update their infrastructures, many have discovered the advantages of upgrading to long-range remote meter systems, such as Sigfox’s global IoT network. By connecting their water meters over Sigfox’s network, utility companies around the world have eliminated the need for onsite meter readings, saving time and resources and even improving customer satisfaction.
Utility companies save manpower and lower costs with smart water meters
As any utility manager knows, dispatching staff to manually read water meters is both time consuming and a logistical headache. First-generation telemetry solutions have made a small difference by allowing utility companies to remotely read meters from short distances. But with ranges of only a few meters, these solutions still take considerable manpower, not to mention fuel and vehicle maintenance costs.
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Smart Farming – How LPWAN transforms the way farmers work
Crop growers and farmers face many challenges today
- Sigfox-enabled sensors offer more precise monitoring of
weather conditions for better predictions of crop needs.
- Weather monitoring can help cut costs, product higher crop
yields, and prevent over or underwatering.
- Sensors allow farmers to make better decisions about
pesticides, watering, and preventing disease.
Using sensors in your fields allows more precise with their weather data collection. This makes water usage, planting and general maintenance more accurate, thus using less resources. This can help you save time, labor and money by even helping the environment.
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