A joint initiative between
•This seamless integration of sophisticated technology with highly experienced consulting know-how illuminates the dramatic power of the Internet of Things and how businesses can extract value from device-generated data. Employing Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technologies to collect data that can then be aggregated and analyzed to help identify and resolve issues can be used in many scenarios, for example: improving public transit efficiencies, services and fare collection; implementing better safety and evacuation strategies in public places; delivering proximity marketing in the retail sector and reducing wait times.
•Development of IoT in Motion took less than 6 weeks, highlighting the ease of implementation, time-to-market and return on investment possibilities of
•A broad range of industries already leverage IoT technology to grow their businesses and enhance their profits. IoT in Motion illustrates the future of end-to-end data collection and management technologies. Previously, IoT implementations were bogged down with cumbersome and complex specialized software and hardware configurations. But IoT in Motion illustrates the proven development and flexibility advantages of Java for embedded development, the use of OSGi for modularity and scalability for efficient application design and Eurotech's Everyware Software Framework (ESF) for rich tools and data connectivity simplicity.
•Eurotech DynaPCN people counters use sophisticated sensor technology to accurately count people moving through doorways. That technology connects to the programmable Eurotech ReliaGATE 50-21 multiservice gateways that aggregate the data and send it into the Eurotech Everyware Cloud. The Eurotech devices host the ESF, built on Hitachi CTA SuperJ® platform and running Oracle Java SE Embedded, to enable application portability across platforms and simplify device-based application development.
•Hitachi CTA, a Diamond level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) provides its SuperJ® Applications Ecosystem, a middleware platform that complements Java SE Embedded, supporting application development and lifecycle management, interface abstraction and allowing upgrade without impact on active operation. SuperJ® supports multiple independent applications on the same device hardware, adding to the versatility and flexibility of the system.
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