How they do it: The company Somfy is a world leader in the automatic control of the building and home automation. In Somfy’s smart home product range, a particular focus is set on intelligent technology solutions for roller shutters, sun protection, garage and yard gates. The processes needed for this these products are enabled through data-gathering sensors.
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How they do it: Procter & Gamble has comprehensively equipped its supply chain with RFID sensors. The sensors provide real-time data access and tracking possibilities, optimizing P&G’s own supply chain.
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How they do it: Streetline installs sensors on municipal and private properties that detect vacant parking spaces in order to sell the collected data to interested third parties. This enables the company to build on two relevant customer groups: the professionals who use the generated results for their own services and the end users who can access parking insights via mobile applications
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How they do it: Google Nest is a self-learning thermostat that uses data from sensors and input from your cell phone to create a schedule according to the customer's needs.
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How they do it: The manufacturer Panasonic cooperates with the insurance company Allianz to provide a smart home and insurance solution that primarily focuses on security in one’s home.The solution consists of smart home products and sensors which gather data to prevent accidents and calculate the insurance premium.
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