Dell has revealed how its Internet of Things (IoT) solutions are assisting business clients across the globe.
Automation technology provider Emerson; energy management software provider Talisen Technologies; video surveillance company Innodep; and ICT research and innovation organization TSSG are the latest IoT clients.
Dell is also deploying its Edge Gateways across its manufacturing facilities after seeing productivity improvements during recent proof of concepts in Brazil.
Recently, Dell’s factory in Brazil streamlined quality-control in the production line with IoT. The mass customization offered by Dell’s build-to-order model posed a fundamental challenge for quality control – variability.
Smart EQM has refined the factory’s quality-control sampling precision, allowing them to increase Quality team productivity and reduce cycle time.
Other benefits include:
Boosts EQM platform coverage by 34%
Reduces EQM cycle time by 15%
Raises Quality team productivity by 20%
Refines quality-control sampling precision
Increases sampling flexibility via real-time data
Offers a scalable, global quality-control model
“We’re committed to helping customers build the right IoT solutions to address their business needs,” said Joyce Mullen, senior vice president, Global IoT and OEM Solutions, Dell EMC.
Emerson, an automation technology provider, has tapped Dell to develop a wireless valve monitoring solution built on Dell Edge Gateways. Additionally, Emerson is developing a control valve condition monitoring service, also based on Dell Edge Gateways.
“We are developing secure connected services to collect data about our customers’ equipment, so they can take action based on that data. There are many gateway manufacturers, but they don’t have the worldwide manufacturing and support capabilities we get with Dell. That’s a real differentiator for our business,” said Mike Boudreaux, director of Connected Services, Emerson.
Innodep, a South Korea-based provider of security and surveillance software, is working with Dell EMC OEM and Dell IoT to enable Vurix IP-Matrix’s existing Dell EMC hardware stack by integrating the Dell Edge Gateway 5000 Series. Innodep cut development time by 40 percent and can now offer customers enhanced building security, greater interoperability, increased performance and simplified support model.
“Dell understands our business precisely and studied in detail our needs to develop a secure, reliable IoT solution. The sales and technical support were excellent and having a single point of contact for our IT needs allows us to focus on business growth,” said Sun Jin Lee, CEO of Innodep.
Talisen Technologies, a Missouri-based software provider, selected Dell EMC OEM Solutions to help develop their IoT solution. The company deployed the Dell Embedded Box PC 3000 and worked with Dell EMC OEM to bring its ESP gateway to market on a global scale.
TSSG, an Ireland-based ICT company, tapped Dell EMC to produce higher quality IoT-driven research to support vertical projects. TSSG selected IoT testing environment consists of Dell EMC PowerEdge R730xd, R730 and R630 with Dell Edge Gateways.
“One of the main reasons we chose Dell EMC as a partner for the IoT test bed was the approachable expertise of the Dell EMC team,” said Jerry Horgan, infrastructure manager, TSSG.