Posts with tag "Hyper-aware Building"

Tim VanevenhovenIndustries

Securing IoT Devices Through Enhanced Visibility and Threat Detection

The objective is cyber resilience across the entire enterprise, from carpeted IT environments to facility operations. Read More

Hyper-Aware Facilities Will Drive the Future of Smart Automation

Explore how the convergence of edge IoT data and context creates hyper-awareness in facilities and drives business value. Read More

Intelligent Building Automation with Thermokon and Aruba

Optimize building and occupant efficiency, productivity, safety, and security. Read More

Is Your Healthcare Facility on "PAR" with Others?
Tim VanevenhovenIndustries

Location-Based Healthcare Solutions with HID and Aruba

Enable location-based value-added services. Read More

Tim VanevenhovenIndustries

Designing Hyper-aware Civilian Government Facilities

In civilian government applications, the machines and applications are tailored to optimizing human activity and productivity monitoring, organizational redesign, and health and safety. Read More

How to Advance Strategic Business Goals with IoT

At Aruba, we call the conjunction of IoT data and context “hyper-awareness,” and it provides situational awareness about efficiency, productivity, reliability, loyalty, safety, and security. Read More

Hyper-aware Healthcare Use Cases

Designing secure infrastructure solutions for healthcare. Read More

Tim VanevenhovenIndustries

New Opportunities for Hyper-aware Smart Buildings

Hyperaware smart buildings are cognizant of, and responsive to, changing operating environment and occupant needs. Read More

Episode 36: Rethinking Technology for Modern Living

Demand for mixed-use properties is booming. And it has real-estate developers rethinking not only how people work, live, and play, but how they connect with technology. What’s driving the demand for... Read More

Keerti MelkoteCorporate

Business Recovery: The Location-aware Office and the Reimagined Workplace

Envisioning what the reimagined workplace will look like. Read More