Infrastructure connects the world, without infrastructure we cannot commute, meet friends or simply said live. It is an essential part of our day to day life.
Soft Infrastructure make up institutions that help maintain the economy such as the governmental systems, law enforcement etc., the Hard Infrastructure are the physical systems that make it necessary to run a modern, industrialised nation such as roads, highways, bridges, as well as the capital/assets needed to make them operational (vehicles, oil rigs/refineries).
Critical Infrastructure are assets defined by a government as being essential to the functioning of a society and economy, such as facilities for shelter and heating, telecommunication, agriculture, etc. It also includes waste disposal services, such as garbage pickup and local dumps. Certain administrative functions, often covered by various government agencies, are all considered part of the infrastructure.
As the world shifts towards ambitious targets of the Paris Agreement, technological innovation and energy efficiency deployed across all infrastructure can help reduce major sources of emissions. Our goal is to work with regulators and stakeholders to play our part in decarbonization.
Our edge computing solutions are integrating with IoT and other smart sensors for analytics in near real-time instead of “just” being stored is something that is easy and, in many cases, can be done without changing the current hardware architecture or infrastructure. Predictability will help energy efficiency and solve latency issues with data analytics on edge.
Analytics has the ability to generate valuable insights which are preventive, predictive and prescriptive from large amounts of data, which is a powerful tool to understand and learn from past performance as a guide to more accurately predict trends. Analytics creates value for infrastructure problems to yield a solution that is measurably better than before. By identifying, sizing, and prioritizing the biggest opportunities, businesses can create an analytics strategy that generates value
Infrastructure owners generate vast amounts of data. But the data are often isolated, unassimilated, and underused. In some cases, the data are employed for narrow analysis and not aggregated to enable a broader understanding of how an asset is performing or shared across and enabling interoperability and support the integration of advanced analytics into the capital-planning process and development of useful insights for asset-portfolio owners and more.