The digital transformation wave has sparked the Intelligent Energy revolution, giving rise to two significant changes: To begin with, there’s a marked shift in preference, from fossil-based energy, to renewable, sustainable sources.
Secondly, the distribution structure has undergone a complete change, with less focus on centralisation and more on distributed energy.
Until recently, the utilities model was one-directional, where end users were simply consuming energy. However, the advent of smart technology is changing this model from the ground up.This means we’ll be entering into a new era of two-way energy management, which calls for smarter digitalization.
The future of renewable energies also depends strongly on digitalization along the whole value chain to ensure that power from decentralized and disparate volatile energy sources is optimally integrated into the grid. And while this change is underway, we can expect numerous digital services, products and solutions, ranging from “smart communication between energy producers, smart grids, storage systems and consumers” to “grid security and data protection”, to constantly disrupt the market.
When it comes to energy distribution, the digital revolution is shining the spotlight on distributed energy components. Some of the technologies that are most widely used by power, water and gas utilities include Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) and Automatic Meter Reading (AMR).
At Intellore, we can help your enterprise turn future trends into intelligent business opportunities that reap results here and now.
Today, three things are revolutionizing the intelligent healthcare segment – the institutionalization of medical knowledge by medical professionals in various apps, the proliferation of wearables and wireless medical devices that provide real-time information, and the widespread emergence of electronic health records.
The newer wearable technologies and IoT devices help fight health conditions that otherwise would be more difficult to manage, while continuously monitoring healthcare-related signs and metrics, without being too intrusive. These conventional medical devices, primarily categorized as Diagnostic & Monitoring devices (Blood glucose monitors, Heart rate monitors etc.) and Therapeutic Devices (Ventilators, Insulin pumps, Hearing aids, etc.) are now built on intelligent, low-power, wireless platforms that measure, process, capture and protect biometric data collected by sensors, including information like heart rate, respiratory rate, skin temperature and movement. The recorded data is then wirelessly transferred to the cloud for personal and professional analysis.
Currently, there is a host of mobile apps specifically designed for both doctors and patients, with new ones launching every day. The doctor-targeted apps are making physicians’ work easier and effective by offering access to high-class monitoring devices and drug and disease databases. At the same time, patient-centric apps are making patients more aware of their health and well-being. These apps are powered by speciality cloud-based platforms that house electronic health records, as well as big data solutions and analytics, which are used to understand patient behaviour and monitor health conditions, especially among the older population.
At Intellore, our deep experience in the healthcare domain enables us to predict future trends and help businesses capitalize on them.
Intelligent Buildings deliver immense benefit for all stakeholders involved. By combining the latest technological advances in cloud, connectivity, analytics and physical design, Intelligent Buildings enable better visibility, greater efficiency and control for owners, operators and occupants.These key stakeholders can now enjoy quick and easy access to real actionable insights, giving them more control over day-to-day and long-term outcomes.
The Internet of Things is also driving rapid growth in this space, enabling digitalization to add more value.For example, we can now integrate various building subsystems, which otherwise would typically operate in silos as they are supplied and installed by disparate vendors.
The main value of intelligent buildings stems from their ability to offer new levels of insight and control, translating into the key benefits of more efficient operations, optimized resource management, better space utilization and greater occupant productivity.These benefits, too, are made possible by smart devices and sensors, cloud connectivity integrated business systems, machine learning and various productivity solutions.
All Intelligent Buildings focus on energy conservation. By aligning themselves to smart grids, these buildings are better able to optimize energy requirements. This conservation goal of Intelligent Buildings will reinforce the concept of ‘Green Buildings’, strengthening the green movement like never before.
At Intellore, we specialize in transforming urban residences into Intelligent Buildings that pave the way for a more sustainable and productive future.
The vehicles of the future will be very different from those we are familiar with today. That’s because digitalization is driving change at every level in the transportation industry, primarily by enabling varying levels of connectedness in different modes of transport, including road, rail, air and water. And riding at the helm of this new wave is the automobile industry.
Automobile manufacturers are now developing diverse new technologies that will make vehicles more digitally connected than ever before. At the very least, these connected vehicles would entail the major functionalities of mobility management, vehicle management, entertainment, safety, driver assistance and driver well-being.
Navigation systems will enable drivers to determine not just the fastest route, but also the most fuel-efficient one. Vehicle management systems will provide detailed information on the vehicle’s performance and automatically send data to insurance companies and fleet owners. Technologies such as anti-fatigue devices will reduce accidents, while systems that monitor drivers’ vital functions will alert them to potential mishaps. And when caught in traffic jams or cruising on the highway, driver assistance and safety systems will let the car take over to minimize bad driving and ensure more safety.
At Intellore, our team of engineers, developers and designers has the required skill and know-how to successfully tackle the increasing complexity of technologies in the connected vehicle space. With our combined hardware and software expertise, we can together create a new normal in transportation.
The merging of the Digital (IT) and Physical (OT) worlds is ushering in Intelligent Manufacturing technologies, irrespective of whether enterprises employ continuous, discrete or hybrid production processes. Businesses are realizing that the only way to survive in the increasingly complex manufacturing world is to be data-driven.
So what would a future-ready manufacturing enterprise look like? To begin with, smart and connected Production Assets (Production Equipment + Machines), Utility Assets and Automation Assets, integrated with input logistics as well as output logistics, would be table stake.
But more importantly, leaving aside product quality and operational efficiency which would continue to hold extreme importance, the critical differentiator would lie in the enterprise’s ability to take advantage of the data inside the organization. To create new business models, both end-users and OEMs will now have to embrace and adapt to this new paradigm shift of data-driven complexity.
Concepts like the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) and Industry 4.0 are now headlining every manufacturers’ priority list. This opens new door to OEMs, enabling them to be a part of the rapidly evolving Cyber – Physical Systems.
Using these concepts, successful companies of the future will be able to capture new, as well as unconventional growth, by boosting revenues with increased production, creating new hybrid business models, exploiting intelligent technologies to fuel innovation and thus transforming their workforce and business.
At Intellore, we’re on top of these future technologies that can unlock exciting new opportunities for growth-driven businesses. Partner with us and we’ll make technology work hard for you.
Intelligent worksite solutions are rapidly transforming the worksites of today. Vehicles and machine-mounted controllers can now wirelessly communicate with cloud-based software infrastructures that offer geo-location and fleet management of mobile machines. GPS technologies and work-site-specific activity guidance help supervisors get a better overall picture, while connected workflows improve production efficiency, machine productivity, personal safety and site monitoring and management.
However, the dynamics of every worksite vary significantly. This difference is apparent in many respects, right from their stationary assets, to their mobile equipment & vehicles, heavy machinery, dashboard-mounted computers with cloud connectivity and unique workflows.
At Intellore, this is where we can add value – having worked across a diverse spectrum of customers, we specialize in customizing solutions that meet specific needs and deliver the outcomes envisioned.
Intelligent or Smart Cities optimize the efficiency of city operations and services by integrating Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and various physical devices connected to the network ( Internet of Things). This translates into a better connect with the citizens and a significant improvement in overall quality of life.
The Intelligent Cities technology allows city officials to interact directly with both community and city infrastructure, in order to monitor what is happening in the city and how the city is evolving. At the same time, the ICT network can be leveraged to enhance quality, performance and interactivity of urban services, to reduce costs and resource consumption and increase contact between the citizens and government.
A smart city uses different types of electronic data, collection sensors and edge devices that connect to diverse cloud-hosted platforms. These platforms run smart city applications which manage urban flows and allow for real-time responses.
The major infrastructure components that are typically monitored and managed in an Intelligent City include traffic and transportation systems, power plants, water supply networks, waste management, law enforcement, information systems, schools, libraries, hospitals, and other community services.
At Intellore, we can help government entities and individual OEMs speed track digitalization across cities by maximizing their benefit with optimum resource allocation and spend.
As enterprises make the radical shift from traditional work flows to a new, digital status-quo, cloud computing stacks are proving to be the biggest disruptive force. These intelligent digital platforms mainly consist of IaaS, PaaS and SaaS technologies, which can be described as follows:
IaaS ( Infrastructure-as-a-Service) – The most basic category of the three, IaaS enables you to rent IT infrastructure, including servers, virtual machines (VMs), storage devices, networks and operating systems, from a cloud provider on a ‘pay-as-you-go’ basis
PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) – PaaS refers to cloud computing services that supply an on-demand environment for developing, testing, delivering and managing software applications
SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) – SaaS is a method used to deliver software applications over the internet, on an on-demand, subscription basis
The overarching scope of digital transformation makes partner ecosystems indispensable, since no single supplier can provide a complete range of solutions. This means different stakeholders have specific roles to play, right from connecting things (IoT) via edge devices to cloud platforms and enterprise applications.
At Intellore, we specialize in IaaS, PaaS and SaaS platforms and can help ISVs add value across the length and breadth of the ‘Things to cloud’ continuum, while maximizing benefit for all key stakeholders in the partner ecosystem.