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With the Internet of Things becoming a reality, organizations are increasingly turning to real-time data solutions to track and manage assets more efficiently and cost-effectively. Naveo developed its cloud-based Naveo One fleet management platform to help its customers — the leading companies in the island nation of Mauritius — do just that. “The Naveo One solution empowers our customers to monitor and manage everything from vehicle tracking, asset maintenance and driver management to remote tank monitoring or meter reading,” says Bilal Nanhuck, Director of Sales Development for Naveo.
In the midst of a humid Hong Kong summer, Ambi Labs founder Julian Lee faced a dilemma. “I have a 15-year-old husky, and if it’s too warm, he’ll bark,” says Lee. “So the conflict was do I keep on the air conditioning all the time and feel like I’m wasting a lot of energy, or do I worry about my dog suffering in the heat while I’m away?” Lee’s quandary sparked the development of Ambi Climate, a cognitive platform designed to learn a user’s climate preferences and adjust indoor environments accordingly.
Marcia’s family figured that since she was a “local,” she should be in charge of making the hotel arrangements for her grandparents’ joint 85th birthday celebration. They wanted to have the get-together over Thanksgiving weekend in Orlando, Florida, because Marcia, had been raving about how warm and sunny Florida is compared to the cold in Minnesota where her family still lives. However, every time she tried to research the many activities and preferences that would make this reunion enjoyable for all, she was overwhelmed with too much information. Of course she knew how to book a hotel, but she needed to feel confident that she’d found the right spot with easy access to golf, shopping and a spa, as well as things her nieces and nephews would want to do. Marcia typically conducted online searches so when she heard about a new app called Visit Orlando that she’d be able to use from her smartphone she was all over it.