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Top 5 Remote Connectivity Problems Solved

Though it had already started gaining prominence, remote connectivity hit its highest peak yet with the help of the coronavirus pandemic. While it may have taken a worldwide crisis to...
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Is Data Visualization Really That Important?

Research shows that our brains are so good at processing visual information that the brain can make sense of even briefly presented images.1 In fact, human beings have an inherent...

How Remote Device Management Does More Than Save Time and Money

(It does that, too.) Tractor beams, deflector shields, and push-button “Tea. Earl Grey. Hot.” Although these things still live in the world of science fiction, some Star Trek-inspired technologies are...

Achieving the Benefits of Remote Connectivity Faster and More Reliably

While the productivity and cost advantages of cloud-based building and factory automation systems are relatively easy to identify and quantify, the road to achieving those benefits includes hazard warning signs

Building Management Systems: Maintaining the Connection as 3G Technology Providers Say, “Goodbye” and Hang Up

Building managers, system integrators and equipment designers are facing communications challenges ahead as 3G wireless technology is exiting the stage while 4G LTE absorbs any remaining legacy networks and as

Keeping the Lights on During Power Outages

When the power goes out in large commercial buildings, multi-building corporate campuses, institutional facilities, convention centers and retail complexes, the first objective is always the safety of employees and guests

Solving the Building Management and Factory Floor Automation Connectivity Challenge

With the goal of reaping the benefits of exponential gains in productivity at reduced operational costs, the revolutions in machine-to-machine intelligence, edge computing, the internet of things (IoT) and cloud

Can connected devices increase air quality?

In a post lockdown world, the workplace is going to be different and air quality requirements will be higher. How connected devices can help.


Desire for increased uptime drives adoption of edge computing

If there’s one universal constant with commercial and industrial devices, it’s that downtime costs money. If the devices that operate a manufacturing facility, or a commercial building go down, there’s...

Predictive maintenance: participating in the next Industrial Age, now

A key factor in the next Industrial Age is automation and predictive maintenance. While we were waiting for this era to arrive, we didn’t realize it was already here. With smart, connected devices and the ability to not only manage the device but analyze production data, we have entered this new age. Check out our blog post to learn more about life in this new world.