create value with
internet of things
An IoT device has no value until you translate its output into insights. Everything can be connected and everything that we say, see and do can be translated into data. IoT is more accessible than ever before, and the possibilities are huge. The question is, how do you create business value with IoT? This is where Inspari enters the picture.
do you recognise these classic
challenges in your everyday life?
- You have the IoT device or the product with the IoT device and lack the competencies to provide insight into data.
- You want to integrate your IoT solution into the right platform - but which one?
- You want to understand and visualise the data that the IoT device creates.
- You want insight into the market’s leading platforms and best-suited technologies.
- You want a digital twin that can give your product additional value.
a digital twin?
A digital twin is the digital representation of a physical object. The digital twin can therefore make you wiser about your product when it is out of your hands. The digital twin allows you to move from reactive behaviour to proactive behaviour, because by adding machine learning you obtain some insights that you wouldn’t otherwise have gained. In addition, it can help test some theses so you go from believing to knowing.
of digital twins
Modern cars are filled with sensors. When the car leaves the factory, the digital twin remains, so to speak, at the factory. The car includes an app that continuously collects data from all the sensors installed in the car. The car thus continually feeds its digital twin, which then gives the manufacturer new insights. And the potential is massive. Because there will often be many different suppliers for each spare part who have an interest in knowing more about the exact device they have supplied.
Another example could be a utility provider that has mounted IoT devices on water pipes. The utility provider can follow both the individual pipes and the entire system through a dashboard that can potentially provide information about the past, the present and the future.
past, present and future
The digital twin can tell something about the past - or history - through a log, that is, the usage that has taken place. For example, this could include electricity consumption, water consumption or a certain usage behaviour.
The digital twin can also provide an insight into the present - that is, the machine, the product and a specific component’s current state through a dashboard with data. As it all takes place in real time, practical insights such as anomaly detection may be part of a solution. It could be a burst water pipe that requires immediate action, and it demands a real-time IoT platform that can notify about the anomaly.
When you are in control of the past and the present, you can predict the future – or at least make the most qualified assessment as opposed to a gut feeling. An example is a wind turbine, where replacement of parts requires a large setup of specialists. Here, IoT Analytics combined with machine learning can provide recommendations on when to change a part, that is, predictive maintenance.
how we can help you
with IoT analytics
- Pre-analysis and preparation of the digital twin
- Advice and implementation of machine learning and AI IoT solutions
- Advice on choosing data for use in IoT solutions
- Advice on infrastructure and architecture
- Technical implementation, support and hosting of the
- IoT management platform
have a talk?
If you feel it’s time for a meeting, you’re more than welcome to book a meeting with us. Just send us a message and we’ll give you a ring ASAP, so we can find the right time.
- Maybe you need help for a specific assignment
- Maybe you are considering a larger BI project
- Or perhaps you have another agenda