Engineering: leader della Digital Transformation

IoT-Internet-of-Things
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Internet of Things

From the Internet of Things to the Internet of Me: The Key to Data Connection

Internet of Things (IoT) describes a set of digitized objects that comes to life thanks to different levels of intelligence with which it assumes a specific identity. These objects can be active/passive sensors and actuators as, for example, in the case of home automation.

They can act autonomously from the direction of humans or interact with them, the latter as in the case of Autonomous Things (AuT) such as drones, driverless cars and collaborative robots, which are particularly affected by the application of Artificial Intelligence and neural networks. We ourselves are digitalized and "digital objects," because we wear and transmit data in every moment of our lives: the Internet of Me.

The data economy that originates from the digitalization and transformation of reality reinvents business models and generates relationships that are increasingly dependent on data beyond traditional reference contexts, forcing a profound rethinking of traditional business organizational models.

We enable the digital transformation process by combining the skills developed in building IoT technologies, the applications that result from Research & Development, our experience in the realization of successful projects using Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Analytics, and with our solid expertise in key company processes, in order to develop a comprehensive offering of services and systems together with the customer. 

For us, Factory 4.0 is the reference ecosystem for the mature application of IoT technologies with DiVE (Digital Virtualization Experience Suite).

We develop solutions for data collection and analysis in the field, and for forecasting and anticipating potential malfunctions of machines, tools and negative trends in the quality of production processes for large multinational companies.

We have therefore used this expertise to develop solutions in other sectors, such as for Smart Agriculture with our applications for real-time monitoring of the microclimatic and pathophysiological conditions of vineyards, as well as for Augmented Cities, Smart Transportation, E-Health and Smart Energy.

Internet of Things (IoT) describes a set of digitized objects that comes to life thanks to different levels of intelligence with which it assumes a specific identity. These objects can be active/passive sensors and actuators as, for example, in the case of home automation.

They can act autonomously from the direction of humans or interact with them, the latter as in the case of Autonomous Things (AuT) such as drones, driverless cars and collaborative robots, which are particularly affected by the application of Artificial Intelligence and neural networks. We ourselves are digitalized and "digital objects," because we wear and transmit data in every moment of our lives: the Internet of Me.

The data economy that originates from the digitalization and transformation of reality reinvents business models and generates relationships that are increasingly dependent on data beyond traditional reference contexts, forcing a profound rethinking of traditional business organizational models.

We enable the digital transformation process by combining the skills developed in building IoT technologies, the applications that result from Research & Development, our experience in the realization of successful projects using Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Analytics, and with our solid expertise in key company processes, in order to develop a comprehensive offering of services and systems together with the customer. 

For us, Factory 4.0 is the reference ecosystem for the mature application of IoT technologies with DiVE (Digital Virtualization Experience Suite).

We develop solutions for data collection and analysis in the field, and for forecasting and anticipating potential malfunctions of machines, tools and negative trends in the quality of production processes for large multinational companies.

We have therefore used this expertise to develop solutions in other sectors, such as for Smart Agriculture with our applications for real-time monitoring of the microclimatic and pathophysiological conditions of vineyards, as well as for Augmented Cities, Smart Transportation, E-Health and Smart Energy.

Our Customers

cnhi
Crf Centro Ricerche Fiat
FCA
Maison Anselmet
Regione Sardegna
Rete Ferroviaria Italiana
TSystems
Verona Mercato