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Our end-to-end IoT solutions connect assets, operations, and services to enable smart industries and organizations.

Location Intelligence Technology

Deepen your connection with clients with informed business decisions using location intelligence technology. To provide you with the best solution on the market, we use a broad range of Geospatial technologies using Geographic Information System (GIS) such as Google Maps, Azure Maps, ArcGIS and more. Where necessary, we combine the Geospatial information with real-time data, collected over the internet using Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. We can provide end-to-end solutions, supplying sensory devices from global leaders like TrakUnit, along with data collection, tracking movement, utilization and visualization. We can empower you to remotely control those devices. If you already have a system in place, we can build on it, adding state of the art web portals and mobile apps, engaging your employees, suppliers and customers, to develop optimal business efficiency in every part of your operation.

There are so many devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT), decision-makers can have access to an enormous range of business and geospatial data. Location intelligence comes from visualizing and analyzing volumes of location technology and is used to empower holistic planning, prediction and problem solving. Seeing all relevant information in the context of locations provides unique insights that can reveal hidden relationships, patterns, and trends, which can deliver a competitive advantage.

The Science of Where and Why: With so much to understand, a little help goes a long way.

There are so many devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT), decision-makers can have access to an enormous range of business and geospatial data. Location intelligence comes from visualizing and analyzing volumes of location technology and is used to empower holistic planning, prediction and problem solving. Seeing all relevant information in the context of locations provides unique insights that can reveal hidden relationships, patterns, and trends, which can deliver a competitive advantage.

Location intelligence solutions are a crucial addition to business intelligence (BI) tools.

Leading organizations use location data analytics to identify business problems and uncover new opportunities and solutions. Most data points are linked to physical locations and times, while location isn't just the common thread connecting disparate data sources and breaking down silos, it can often provide the most transformative insights.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing exponentially within industry and government.

We are growing through this IoT-driven technological revolution, establishing and developing strategic thinking on every level, from the design engineer to the C-suite. With so many sensors designed into products around the world, the IoT gives companies the ability to collect, process and analyze vast and potentially invaluable data sets. Properly distilled, this data can reveal real, actionable intelligence. For many companies, the path forward remains unclear. The IoT’s potential is tantalizing, but the reality of harnessing its power can be daunting and is always logistically challenging. Current projections indicate that by 2025, there will likely be more than 27 billion IoT connections globally. That’s where we can help you to shine.

As this connectivity increases,
its potential value intensifies.

The growth of this value-creation network is accelerating. Its underlying infrastructure is finally beginning to achieve real scale, as are the associated economies that allow companies to experiment and uncover new opportunities and the methods to exploit them. As the IoT and it’s applications mature, the future will become increasingly intelligent and automated. Machine to machine communication, machine learning, as well as predictive ( what will happen? ) and prescriptive ( what should be done? ) analytics, are already changing the landscapes of retail, manufacturing, utilities and government entities. In the supply chain realm, for example, in-depth simulations using real-time IoT data can identify where disruptions are likely to occur and empower organizations to act in advance. In retail, machine learning will be used to build more powerful, more personalized customer experiences.

It’s important to understand that the value of IoT-generated data is not intrinsic.

It flows from what a business does with it. The data challenge, however, isn’t just about the volume of data. It’s also about the velocity and variety of data being created by the IoT. Because of the ubiquity of sensors, the huge volume of data arriving at organizations is coming very fast and in a variety of formats. So, the mission is both to deal with the data and its various attributes, and then also make sense of it, to probe it for insight to help grow or expand a business.
The job is not complete until your database system enables you to view, create, share, analyse and customise in-depth business reports instantly. Our team of highly qualified database designers ensure this outcome for you.

Talk to us, we’re ready to listen and help you to harness the power of this growth.

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