Security and data integrity are paramount in life sciences, so when making decisions around IoT-backed indoor asset tracking solutions and providers, it’s vital for enterprises to understand what end-to-end security should look like.
IoT-powered solutions supercharge life sciences operations by promoting data-driven efficiencies, streamlining workflows, optimizing CapEx, and maximizing utilization of resources and space.
IoT solutions can help the life sciences sector enable more environmentally friendly, sustainable laboratory operations while enhancing efficiencies, promoting cost savings, and creating safer workplaces.
Pennsylvania hotel operators may soon be required to provide distress buttons to protect employees, and several critical factors are involved to identify the right solution and provider for successful rapid response button solution deployment.
Intelligent technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT) create smart laboratories, fueling innovation, research, development, and manufacturing, while protecting fragile environments in the life sciences industry.
Laboratory facilities are highly specialized, sensitive environments with fragile equipment, strict regulations, and stringent safety protocols, making proactive leak detection capabilities paramount for life sciences operations.
Since hotels are some of the most energy-intensive buildings in the US, IoT-backed solutions are vital for going green and meeting ESG goals today and well into the future.
For hoteliers, operational efficiencies impact major KPIs, including average daily rate (ADR), gross operating profit per available room (GOPPAR), and guest satisfaction. Discover how IoT is enabling the industry to meet these key measures of success for higher profit margin potential.
When it comes to asset management programs in the life sciences industry, enterprises encounter five different scenarios with each representing an increase in maturity.
In order to meet modern guest and employee demands, hotels require data-backed IoT solutions that operate like they do: 24/7, 365. The results manifest in productivity, cost savings, enhanced employee and guest satisfaction, and beyond.
Scaling an Internet of Things (IoT) solution to thousands or millions of devices is complex and challenging. A myriad of elements adds to the complexity, and one that centers on something as unassuming as device provisioning and naming conventions can become a significant obstacle in IoT deployments. In this blog, we will focus on IoT deployments using a LoRaWAN® network, review best practices, and uncover some vital information you need for scalable success.
In the hospitality industry, local area wireless networking technologies like Wi-Fi and low power wide area networks like LoRaWAN® work to deliver various IoT enabled business outcomes. The question becomes, do they compete against one another, or do they work together harmoniously?
Whether you’re looking to build a custom solution or leverage our fully integrated IoT platform and best-in-class partner solutions, MachineQ is your trusted partner throughout your journey.