Along with the ubiquitous role of cloud computing as the new standard for software and services, IoT is today’s other leading technology, completing cloud with new hardware flocking onto both consumer and industrial markets. Reply explores two key areas that are pushing the growth of IoT within industry: smart factories and smart transport & logistics.
Last month, We Predict launched the inaugural We Predict Deepview™ True Cost Report. This report is a fantastic example of how data combined with technologies like machine learning can generate insights with real-world impact.
Concept Reply has developed an
RFID Intelligent Tracking solution, a digital service for the rapid and effective introduction of RFID technologies in the industrial sector, for businesses of any size. The solution, developed thanks to Concept Reply’s partnership with highly specialised technology suppliers, enables the digitalisation of assets in a factory setting to be implemented rapidly and progressively.
Business Reply has recently implemented a modern ERP cloud solution by integrating it with new IoT-based applications, obtaining maximum efficiency and helping redefine the concept of maintenance in the automotive realm.
During the webinar we’ll go through a number of examples in various industries to extract all key capex and opex investments needed to successfully land a commercially effective smart home initiative. We’ll see what it takes from a technical, organizational and commercial point of view to stand out from the crowd.
This webinar will introduce the technology of RFID smart tags and autonomous collaborative robots (AGV / AMR) with a focus on manufacturing/logistics areas. In this session we will describe the main capabilities of the 2 technologies and their technological limits, we will see the design steps necessary for their introduction and we will tell you about a real case made by Blue Reply in which the 2 technologies have been combined to optimize logistic processes and reduce costs.
Sustainability strongly depends on the ability to make the best possible use of the available resources, as well as to optimise processes and information flows from farm-to-fork. It is in this very perspective that
Reply positions its Agriculture 4.0 approach and the concept of Sustainable Development.
There is a huge task ahead of companies that want to transform their production and business operations and generate value with digital technologies. IIoT challenges can and should be addressed by value accelerators for digitalization and IIoT, as they focus on identifying and scaling value from a use case innovation, solution management, and rollout. Find out our article about Axulus produced in association with MIT Technology Review.
IoT and edge computing enable utility service providers to manage the complex and heterogeneous systems that generate, distribute and store energy. Sense Reply is helping utility customers to revolutionise their business models and create new capabilities by implementing edge components, IoT and big data platforms.
IoT technologies allow manufacturing companies to monitor and analyse equipment. However, different systems use different “languages”, making the data difficult to process. Cluster Reply’s unique solution to this challenge, Factor Control Tower, uses a brand-independent operating model of the machinery.
The Reply Tracking and Location System is a real-time localisation system created by Reply to automatically identify and monitor the position of objects and personnel across indoor environments or facility entrances.
AXULUS is Reply’s accelerator for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). It is based on a subscription model for users and partners and enables the to definition, design and development of industrial projects that continuously generate value at scale and speed.
Concept Reply created the DTWIN framework to support the rapid development of
Digital Twin solutions connected to the physical world. This is thanks to
Edge IoT devices from which the Digital Twins extract process information, interfacing directly with machine tools and production systems.
Data is centre stage once again. It effectively triggered the lockdowns, it is now easing them and it will be a key aspect of Covid-19 exit and strategies across the world. The UK government, for instance, has consistently said that it is ‘following the science’, while the scientists are trying to follow that data.
The IoT C&SI Survey 2020 examines customer feedback on IoT consulting and system integration providers and partnerships based on 24 key performance indicators, including competitiveness, consulting expertise, implementation, solution development, collaboration, customer satisfaction and business value.
As the automotive industry is increasingly expanding its business to include services, car sharing and ride hailing are becoming key areas of innovation in passenger transport. A multinational car manufacturer has approached Concept Reply to develop a next generation ride-hailing service.
Voice experiences are radically changing the way we interact with technology. Connect Reply joins the physical and digital world, crafting amazing IoT technology. Connect Reply is experiencing the true beginning of the Internet of Things era, in which the physical and digital world talk to each other and empower people and businesses.
Reply’s new study, conducted with the trend platform SONAR, illuminates the development of central trends in the area of autonomous machines such as drones, robots and vehicles.
It will no longer be the consumer to initiate a payment using digital devices, but the object that will understand the context and pay for the service, then deliver it directly. Pay Reply, with a team of payment architects, is designing and planning digital payment solutions in which it is no longer people who do the buying, but “smart” objects.
Last year, companies increasingly implemented IoT projects with an extremely high success rate. The IDG study "IoT 2019/2020 - The Most Important Key Findings", in which
Concept Reply participated, provides precise figures.
Together with Phoenix Contact, Concept Reply is developing a platform for the targeted control of street lights based on the IoT-capable LoRaWAN protocol. The street Lighting application helps towns and cities to quickly and safely enter the world of smart cities.
The Internet of Things represents an essential building block for the energy & utility sector transformation.
Sense Reply is the Reply Group specialist in IoT end-to-end solutions enabling new energy services, business process and business model transformation in any section of the energy & utility value chain.
Manufacturers must leverage the potential of technological developments such as IoT, cloud computing and machine learning to stay competitive. One possibility: the concept of the Digital Twin.