Orange presents a new catalogue dedicated to IoT business products: a range of IoT devices, modules and solutions from our selected partners. These products were chosen by Orange because they are widely deployed in our network (Orange Deployed label) and tested by our teams (Orange Assessed, Orange Connected and Orange Approved labels). If you are a customer looking for IoT devices or solution for your business, or if you are a device manufacturer looking for a module to use for your products, please check the products selected by Orange in our IoT B2B catalogue. If you are a device or module manufacturer and you would like to candidate your products to be part of the Orange catalogue, please register on https://foreground.orange.com
Companies can use AI and IoT for environmental sustainability along with eco-friendly hardware to reduce waste. For exemple, through IoT and AI, businesses can develop systems to monitor their hardware: the system can detect and notify if the life cycle of a part is over or has turned faulty and guide the consumer through replacement procedures.
An IoT system collects and analyzes data about energy consumption, then automatically determines the most cost-effective way to use it.
When air quality is poor, a smart city takes immediate action (such as offering free public transportation) and can easily measure the impact of corrective measures.
Real-time information about resource consumption makes it possible to apply resources as needed as well as identify leaks, thus reducing or eliminating waste.
Monitoring raw material processing temperatures, age and chemical make-up can impact the quality, safety, and shelf-life of products.
By detecting sub-optimal asset functioning in the equipment, maintenance can be performed before down episodes, thus avoiding expensive or dangerous unplanned failures.
Implementing an IoT system often means reviewing your business model. It is a unique occasion to rethink how to provide the benefit, transform products into services and improve flexibility.