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Búsqueda de cooperación con fabricantes de dispositivos para integración de tecnología de Internet de las Cosas (IoT)

Resumen

Tipo:
Oferta Tecnológica
Referencia:
TOSG20180306001
Publicado:
23/04/2018
Caducidad:
24/04/2019
Resumen:
Una pyme singapurense, proveedor de soluciones de Internet de las Cosas (IoT) con 10 oficinas en Asia, ofrece una tecnología que permite un proceso de transformación completo de IoT en un periodo de tres meses. La transformación general de IoT implica reajustar el sistema de gestión de hardware y software que se relaciona tradicionalmente con los dispositivos. Esto implica el desarrollo de la electrónica de hardware, de los sistemas de gestión de software y del servidor en la nube, lo que permite recopilar grandes cantidades de datos para análisis futuros. La solución desarrollada llevará a cabo esta transformación con un mínimo coste y esfuerzo. La empresa busca fabricantes de dispositivos con el fin de establecer acuerdos de licencia y comercialización para integrar IoT en sus productos actuales.

Details

Tittle:
Seeking partnership with device makers for integration of internet of things (IoT) technology
Summary:
The company is a Singapore-based SME Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider with over 10 offices in Asia.

Device makers can leverage a full-stack IoT team (Hardware/Software/Cloud Development) to increase time to market, avoid hefty development costs and risks and enhance the quality of their products.

The SME is keen to partner device makers of all sizes through licensing and commercial agreement who are keen on integrating IoT into their existing products.
Description:
About the company:

The Singapore-based has offices across Asia with two core teams:

i) an engineering Research -Y- Development team which does the technical research and development of hardware, software and cloud server as well as

ii) a strategic consultation team that works with device makers in order to understand the needs and requirements of the product so as to execute the project.

About the technology:

A full stack IoT transformation involves overhauling both the hardware -Y- software management system that was traditionally associated with the device. This includes development in hardware electronics, software management systems and the cloud server, all of which will allow for gathering of big data for future analytics. The solution developed by the Singapore SME will conduct this transformation at minimal cost -Y- effort.

Comprising both hardware -Y- software technologies, the solution incorporates mature IoT technology into components and introduces new flagship smart components. This will allow its partners to bring their businesses into the digital age through integration with IoT, allowing them to harness the potential of the interconnected ecosystem for planning, monitoring, pre-emption and increase of potential revenue streams.

In terms of hardware, an electronic component based on research and optimisation will be inserted into the smart components produced by Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) so as to allow it to communicate with the cloud server.

In terms of cloud server, the technology includes an asynchronous cloud server that it optimizes and features a reduction in reaction time in proportion to the increase in the number of connected devices.

The cloud server mentioned is also flexible in nature, allowing for an easy integration of an unlimited number of additional servers ranging from raspberry pi home servers to IBM industrial servers. Its server also features high security with Transport Layer Security (TLS) -Y- Public Key Encryption in order to protect collected data during transmission. This allows for efficient usage, fuss-free maintenance and the collection of vital usage data for analysis and feedback to users.

Unique component characteristics are also taken into consideration in the design of smart components to include automated alerts for routine component maintenance and repair when necessary. It also addresses future data collection, analysis -Y- protection needs.

In terms of software, the IoT system also features an in-house developed mobile app -Y- web usage interfaces for users as well as developed compatibility for Amazon Alexa -Y- Google Home in order to enable voice control functions.

The IoT technology platform developed by the Singapore SME can be applied to device makers who are looking to integrate IoT into their existing devices.

Its expertise encompasses a wide variety of electromechanical devices ranging from smart lighting to smart heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.

The Singapore SME seeks to partner SMEs of all sizes or MNEs who are keen to leverage this platform through the following types of cooperation:

- Licensing agreement so as to introduce new products to the market. The partner can license the technology for further development and offer it to their customers.

- Commercial agreement with assistance to establish a joint working partnerships to expand its customers outreach. The partner can offer this technology to their customers with technical support from the Singapore SME.
Advantages and Innovations:
The solution will allow for a completed IoT transformation process within a short period of three months. The experience and expertise of the Singapore SME in online retail and traditional distribution of past products will allow the sales process of these products to be optimised as well.

Their vast experience in the building industry also ensures that the team is able to take into consideration industry-unique factors when tailoring the IoT upgrading plan to best harness opportunities

A case study for a past project involves a smart lighting implementation for one of its clients, a Singapore University, where the company was able to complete the project of 32 lights in 3 hours with minimal disruption to office activities through a fuss-free installation process. The project later helped the client to save 50% of its office lighting costs.

Compared to other prevailing technologies, this technology allows device makers to easily and quickly implement the IoT solution for their clients as seen in the above case study, reducing costs and turnaround time which are crucial factors in the delivery of any systems integration implementations.
Stage of Development:
Already on the market
IPs:
Copyright

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
The desired partner would be a traditional device maker (SME or MNE of any size) who wishes to integrate IoT into their products but lack the expertise to do so.

The desired mode of partnerships include:

i) Commercial agreement with technical assistance
The partner can offer this technology to their customers with the technical support from the Singapore SME.

ii) Licensing agreement:
The partner can license the technology to further develop and commercialise it to offer to their customers.

Client

Type and Size of Client:
Industry SME 50-249
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English

Keywords

Technology Keywords:
01001001 Automation, Robotics Control Systems
01003025 Internet of Things
01001002 Sistemas digitales, representación digital