Brief: See how Transcode creates a smart transportation solution, based on Intel® IoT Gateway, to improve ﬂeet management and employee productivity.
Taiwan collaborated with FETC (Far Eastern Electronic Toll Collection Co.) to gain access to Intel Inside® highway electronic toll collection system, setting a good foundation for the development of smart traffic in Taiwan.
Case Study shows how RFID technology is helping to improve both the safety and efficiency of Brazil's vast highway system.
Jakarta, Indonesia: Intel and Integrasia Utama collaborated to develop an advanced fleet management solution based on Intel® IoT Gateways. The end-to-end offering provides a comprehensive business value creation platform that helps reduce pollution through a decrease in fuel consumption.
Kontron uses intelligent gateways based on Intel® technology in connected transportation systems.
Chow Sang Sang, a major jewelry retailer in Hong Kong, adopted a virtual fitting solution using Intel® RealSense™ F200 3D camera technology to deliver real brand value and engage more deeply with their customers.
Intel and NCR helped Dunkin’ Donuts replace static menu boards with dynamic digital signage that use Intel® processors, Intel® motherboards, and Intel® Solid State Drives. More than 2,000 locations use the boards, minimizing downtime and reducing the clutter, cost, and inefficiencies of traditional signage solutions.
Intel and SteadyServ help aggregate market data to help beer distributors and brewers better serve consumers. The Intel® technology-based SteadyServ iKeg* system uses RFID and sensor technology to collect data from beer kegs and provide feedback to bar owners about the state of their inventory.
TouchTunes operates more than 60,000 web-enabled jukeboxes across North America that use Intel® hardware and APIs using Intel® Mashery™ API Management. With Intel Mashery API management, TouchTunes integrates with 225 million users and helps developers improve speed and efficiency.
Case Study: The SAVORTEX AdDryer*, a secure, energy-efficient hand dryer, uses Intel® Dual Band Wireless-N 7260 network adapters to harness the IoT, alerting cleaners to washroom needs and engaging customers with high-definition messages.
Tokyo, Japan: The joint solution from Intel and Fujitsu provides flexible facility management. The solution delivers a quick fix for monitoring solutions by combining Fujitsu's distributed service platform technology with high-performance Intel® IoT Gateways.
Using the Intel® IoT Gateway, Tatung and Elitegroup Computer Systems provide smart connections between energy management and other building systems, including parking, while targeting a 30 percent boost in energy efficiency.
The successful development of a public transportation validator based on the Intel® IoT Gateway helped ATEC reduce costs by 25 percent. Intel and ATEC have extended the solution into a smart city application—a smart bin device poised to reduce food waste by 20 percent.
Solution Brief: See how Singapore-based company gridComm, makes smart cities smarter with networked street lights using an Intel® IoT Platform.
Brief: Chunghwa Telecom is using Intel® IoT Technology-based iEN Intelligent Environment Network Service to transform traditional street lighting.
See how Intel®-powered gateways are making it easier for oil companies to turn wellhead data into real value that can connect legacy and new systems, transmit data seamlessly and securely between edge devices and the cloud, and save money.
See how Intel is helping connect the industrial worker to the digital world via wearable intelligent sensors which provide IoT solutions that improve worker efficiency and safety, including hands-free operations of industrial equipment.
Intel and SAP provide a functional SAP architecture for the connected worker in this proof of concept, with an Intel® IoT Gateway platform, real-time analytics, and a remote dashboard to monitor sensor data and report incidents.
Case Study: With an Intel® Architecture-based MXE-202i* gateway and Intel® IoT Gateway Starter Kit businesses can transform industrial operations by revealing production insights with data to gain operational clarity, manageability, and efficiency.
See how global air compressor manufacturer Fusheng employs Intel® IoT Gateways in IoT-based data acquisition and processing to enhance predictive maintenance, equipment performance, and energy efficiency for the air compressor industry.
Intel and Mitsubishi Electric are working together to advance factory automation systems by using end-to-end Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity and big data analytics. Using Mitsubishi’s Intel®-based gateway, Intel realized US$9 million in savings through cost avoidance and improved decision making.
Intel helps Fusheng deliver advanced real-time services by monitoring the operational status of Fusheng’s air compressors. Through planned predictive maintenance, Fusheng has significantly reduced the downtime of its air compressor machines and improved its customers’ productivity.
Advantech's Intel® processor-based intelligent gateway and SUSIAccess* software deliver a factory automation system that connects factory devices to the cloud.
Gateways based on Intel® technology expand Supermicro's full line of computing, storage, and switching solutions for connecting devices to the cloud.
Intel demonstrates IoT success using big data analytics to bring cost savings, predictive maintenance, and higher product yields to its own discrete manufacturing processes, enabled by commercially available and open-source building blocks.
Driving innovation in the factory by consolidating systems with PC-based control technology.
Standardizing distributed control system boosts operational efficiency and reduces total cost of ownership (TCO).
Pentamaster Corporation Berhad is the leader in providing advanced manufacturing automation solutions and services to high-end technology companies in industries such as electrical and electronic, semiconductor, and manufacturing.
With Intel, Carvoyant is able to create an optimal developer experience and accelerate the creation of connected car applications. By using Intel® Mashery™ OAuth Accelerator 2.0, Carvoyant saved months of time and money on headcount for an OAuth-focused team, reducing total cost of ownership.
Intel and Infiniti have integrated consumer electronic device connectivity in the car with cloud-based services. With Intel® technology, the Infiniti InTouch* in-vehicle infotainment system has the processing performance to deliver a rich experience through high-end graphics on touch-screen displays and more.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and Intel are collaborating on multiple programs to develop next-generation digital vehicle prototypes with in-vehicle experiences that connect car, device, and cloud. The research, along with alignment on engineering efforts, is expected to speed innovation.
The Driver Information System in the all-new 2015 Hyundai Genesis is powered by Intel® technology. This enables Hyundai to offer a best-in-class in-vehicle system, a high-definition screen, and improved response times when interacting with the system.
Ford and Intel have undertaken a joint research project called Mobile Interior Imaging* (Mobii*). Mobii explores how interior-facing cameras could be integrated with sensor technology and data create more personalized and seamless interactions between driver and vehicle.
See how Yanzi Networks, a world-class software and networking platform, enables smart office solutions using Intel® IoT technologies to deliver fast time to market, ease of use, automatic data security, and customization flexibility.
Intel®-based IoT technology enables users to secure their tiny house with a touch-free dead bolt or water leak sensors and manage all devices from one centralized location for a connected home and life.
Valley Health’s on-ambulance, machine-to-machine solution, based on Intel® technology, aims to shorten treatment time and improve outcomes. It uses Intel® NUC-based fanless platforms with Intel® Core™ i5 vPro™ processors running as mobile cloud servers in 300 ambulances.
A team in the Intel Collaborators program used the Intel® Galileo development kit and Intel® IoT Gateways to design a connected wheelchair. It tracks the chair through sensors, user biometric data, and actual user experiences regarding bad and good locations for wheelchair mobility, which empowers a smarter wheelchair to better meet user needs.
Discover how Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Intel are partnering to create a joint reference platform for IoT architecture that provides a secure foundation to connect devices and deliver data to the cloud.
See how Abbaco Controls uses IoT technologies from Intel and Kontron to deploy a water management system that allows farmers in Malaysia to control water gates in real time, and increase food production while optimizing water usage.
Intel, Dell, and Microsoft helped Habit Restaurants improve both the customer experience and employee training. Dell tablets with Intel® Atom™ processors and Windows* 8 reduced customer wait times by up to 40 percent, increased employee productivity, set a new record for drive-through sales, and supported 40 percent growth.
Yanzi Networks deliver robust, cost-efficient, and evolutionary IoT solutions for easy-to-install networking platforms.
IoT solutions improve smart building efficiency through office, conference room, and parking systems.
Accelerate the smarter office and improves the customer experience with IoT-based sensors and apps.
Intel's George Moakley talks about local analytics, provisioning, and a variety of cloud efficiencies.
Shoppers try on and review outfits using hand gestures and the Intel® Core™ i7 processor-based MemoryMirror*.
Intel’s Automotive Solutions Division GM discusses the role of IoT in making driving safer.