In the worlds of energy, manufacturing, defense, retail, logistics, government organizations, and healthcare, keeping account of one’s assets and ensuring that they are all inter-connected and communicating status and information with one another is crucial. Without that connection and information exchange, opportunities are lost, and worse, tragedies can occur. When your assets are connected, managers can respond appropriately, problems can be addressed quickly, and lives can be saved.
Enter Precyse Technologies, the industry leader, ready to bring all your assets together. New Entity Awareness services from Precyse enable leading organizations to manage operations more efficiently than ever before. Our solutions bridge the last physical gap between things (inanimate objects, physical assets) and the existing global communication infrastructure. Precyse new asset networks allow sensor-enabled physical objects — appliances in your home, products in a factory, and cars on the road — to talk to one another, to people, or to computers. The Precyse awareness solution combines software, wireless network and data gathering and analysis tools that deliver actionable insight to decision makers in near real-time, bridging the gap between IT and the real world. When things and people communicate as easily as information is accessed over the internet, the playing field changes completely. Your company will have instantaneous access to critical information, and can respond accordingly right away.
New asset networks are emerging at an increasing pace all around the globe, driven largely by commercial and government enterprises seeking to reduce costs, gain agility, improve security, and facilitate their decision-making processes. This new“Internet of Things” presents unparalleled opportunities for connections, and empowers enterprises to maintain persistent knowledge of the physical, environmental, and technical status of their critical entities – human, machine, goods and capital assets. Precyse Technologies is uniquely positioned to provide the technology, the knowledge, and the economic model to support, improve, and empower the development of the “Internet of Things.”