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How Apptricity Corporation serves these IoT verticals, including Retail, Healthcare, Energy, Local , State Government & Education, Hospitals, Construction, Manufacturing, and Transportation.
Organizational and industrial usage leads the charge as world-shrinking connectivity allows 360-degree, real-time access and management to assets, equipment, inventory, and supply chain materials.
Apptricity is a leader in the IoT supply chain market as it readies for explosive growth.
We are leading the change as technology and real-time data and intelligence prove to be of crucial value.
The landscape holds the architecture within a framework of Device < > Edge < > Cloud computing. Organizational and industrial usage of IoT are two areas that are making the most of their efforts to increase ROI by creating time and resource efficiencies via the internet of things.
Fortune Business Insights reveals the world IoT market is projected to grow from $478.36 billion USD in 2022 to $2,465.26 billion (2.4 trillion) USD by 2029. A forecasted CAGR of 26.4% has garnered the attention of supply chain experts and manufacturing and distribution c-suites across the globe.
Apptricity serves IoT verticals, including Healthcare, Energy, Local Government, Education, EMS, Hospitals, Construction, and Transportation.
How is IoT changing these verticals?
- Healthcare: Healthcare utilizes IoT to save lives, time, and spending. Due to supply chain inefficiencies, nurses sometimes spend an hour or more of their shift per day looking for lost or missing equipment. Healthcare institutions are implementing tracking systems to identify and locate equipment in real-time.
- Construction: Manage and identify different worksites, equipment, and tools while preventing real-time theft and loss by tracking assets with GPS devices. Scholars are using IoT vibration monitors to ensure the integrity of the surface and depth while curing fresh concrete.
- Transportation: Supply chains and fleet management go together. All fleets of vehicles, single trailers, and every piece of inventory inside are tracked and reported with 360-degree transparency and total accountability by GPS asset tracking devices.
How is industrial IoT applications climbing the ranks of necessity in manufacturing, ecological, agricultural, energy, and utility sectors?
This is how:
- Manufacturing: Apptricity’s inventory management and supply chain solutions track goods with amazing detail and precision. Custom alerts detail service needs which improves life expectancy for frequently serviced manufacturing parts and machines.
- Ecological/Agricultural: Apptricity’s IoT devices can house data from sensors that detect nutrients or changes to soil moisture. Additionally, some sensors can detect data, including water levels, wind direction, speed, location, etc.
- Energy/Oil & Gas: Autonomous drones with local IoT sensors can detect pipeline issues by thermal imaging along with route details and report them for repair. Remote areas and tough terrain make identifying repair need far more efficient with a targeted repair plan and location.
- Utilities: IoT sensors have wide capabilities. So does Apptricity. We can detect dangerous situations from surging electricity, water flow rate, and wind velocity, which can be lifesaving information. Sensors will have the ability to sense where heavy pollutants or chemicals are released into a given environment. The possibilities are truly endless.
Other business sectors adopting IoT solutions include:
- Retail: Inventory tracking solutions
- Government: 360-degree accountability and asset tracking solutions
- Sustainable Energy: safety, efficiency, ecological benefit
- Telecom and IT: 5G LTE, Satellite Comms, Bluetooth, etc.
- Education: Asset tracking solutions