Examples

The Power of Joined-Up Thinking

INDUSTRIAL INTERNET OF THINGS

Existing IoT devices are deployed in silos. For example, the breathing apparatus sensor for air tank levels uses its own radio and protocol to communicate back to a single display board on the fire appliance.

BATTLEFIELD INTEROPERABILITY

Despite great ambition and expense, the modern battlefield is littered with digital devices and systems that don’t operate together effectively, and so it falls on the human to act as the glue between systems in isolated silos with ever greater spend producing ever smaller gain.

OEM

Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) need to maximise the value of their products. As an OEM, the ability to utilise and reuse their products across a wider set of customers, sectors and environments drives greater sales.

LEGACY INTERGRATION

Whether in the defence, blue light, health, or other sectors, there are huge investments in systems and devices that are now considered as ‘legacy’.