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INTEGRATED AND CONNECTED 'THINGS'

Connect your physical and digital worlds to enable actionable insights, controls and process optimisation.

Integrated and connected 'things'

Bring the internet of things to life.

Integrated and connected 'things' are all about your data applications, integration, machine-to-machine connectivity... anything in the operational technology space to do with collecting, connecting and streaming data or 'things'.

It’s about how those things connect together, how you report on them, how different devices and equipment relate to each other, how they integrate, and how you can get insights and analytics from your data. And, finally, it's about how you can get access to that 'thing' anywhere in the world, at any time.

Today’s business world is all about being integrated and connected, but how do you start to adopt machine learning, data learning/science to better connect your business

Whether the 'things' you want to connect are fixed or mobile machines, serviceable devices, or even livestock – we have solutions that collect and make sense of measurable events in the physical world.

How we bring it to life

How we bring it to life

We bring genuine IoT solutions to your business, working with you to understand your goals and how all the component parts of your organisation interrelate. We assess the possible cost and benefit drivers from your data, helping you make sense of all the parts and see status and progress in real-time.

Using visualisations, dashboards, and self-service, we help your people access and make sense of the right data. With Microsoft Azure IoT Hub and related platform services, we deliver fully connected physical and operational 'things' to the digital world to enable real-time management of your business assets.

We define this in layers, working strategically to understand your data, how it’s captured, stored, shared and used. We then design the right integration layers and bring everything together to deliver powerful and meaningful insights through data modelling, helping you apply these to both the commercial and enterprise sides of your business.

Systems on the Edge

Systems on the Edge

Are remote locations with limited connectivity constraining your innovation and ability to take data-driven action?

Microsoft Azure IoT Edge places a device at what is referred to as the 'network edge' to compute the data collected from the connected devices and make immediate, time-sensitive decisions.

We help you design, deploy, orchestrate and manage critical Microsoft Azure IoT and Edge infrastructure.

Track connected things

Track connected things

Do you know where your assets are, if they are in the right place or what state they are in?

IoT sensors help connect the remote physical world with the digital world, providing real-time actionable feedback on a 'thing'.

Connecting 'things' in the field, whether these are fixed or mobile machines, serviceable devices, or even livestock, Microsoft Azure IoT solutions help you make sense of measurable events in the physical world.

Visual computer recognition

Visual computer recognition

Computer vision in its simplest form is computers using images to learn from, then interpret, new images to predict the likelihood of a match.

If you're relying on people to interpret the visual world for repetitive tasks, we can help design computer based-recognition solutions to lighten the load.

Leverage the suite of AI-based services in Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services for multiple purposes, from simple counting and object recognition through to detecting events and hazards that may trigger risk intervention.

Optimise uptime through digital twins

Optimise uptime through digital twins

For many automated manufacturing environments, such as heavy industry, resources or industrial manufacturing, limiting downtime and slow-running events is key to hitting delivery targets and staying ahead of the competition.

By leveraging Azure’s digital twin components, including Microsoft Azure Digital Twins, IoT Hub, Open Domain Modelling, and Time Series insights, you can create digital models of real-world interactions.

Project Bonsai allows for key production decisions to be made in real time, helping your physical platform react in time with your digital twin.