Jack Levin and Connected Methods, have helped scores of companies with their IoT strategy, growth and expansion. Here are a few examples:
Semi-conductor tools for manufacturing computer chips. IoT: Remotely monitor for anomalies and predict downtime before it happens.
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Commercial fire alarm systems for occupied buildings (office towers, campuses, among others. IoT: Monitors for the proper function of the system to further ensure life and asset safety. Predict when system maintenance will be required and maintain effective alarm systems.
Commercial HVAC systems in large buildings. IoT: Proactively monitor for possible downtime, increase effectiveness and efficiency of maintenance and reduce overall cost to service. Also, set the foundation to offer energy management services by monitoring and tracking usage throughout the building.
Radiation oncology treatment machines. IoT: Monitors the operational performance of the oncology treatment machine so cancer patients can receive their time-critical treatments without disruption. Informs service technicians of problems before they occur, increasing up-time and maintenance efficiency.
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Negative Pressure Wound Therapy machines. IoT: Enables Smith & Nephew to move to a more efficient automated billing system by monitoring and tracking usage statistics. In addition, it monitored the effectiveness of treatment and verify improved patients outcomes. Siemens Radiation oncology treatment machines. IoT: Similar to Varian in focus; however, required an IoT value proposition to their customer-base for increased customer adoption.
Surgical equipment sterilizer machines. IoT: Monitors the proper operation and procedures of sterilizing surgical equipment to ensure effective sterilization to eliminate or reduce chances infection. IoT also tracks the scheduling of sterilization operations to verify sterilization occurs in a timely manner.
Blood analysis machines. IoT: Monitoring for causes in the interruption of service to reduce the cost of servicing the machines while also increasing uptime so hospitals and laboratories do not lose critical access to the machine. Similar projects were completed on blood analysis machines for Becton Dickinson and on molecular diagnostic blood analysis machines for bioMerieux.
DNA gene sequencing instruments. IoT: To proactively monitor for possible downtime to identify possible causes, better prepare service technicians and reduce overall cost to service. Giving healthcare, academia and forensic laboratories consistent performance and accuracy in DNA gene sequencing.
In addition to the previous examples, Jack Levin and Connected Methods, have helped these companies with their IoT strategy, growth and expansion:
Siemens Building Technologies