Featured case study
Munster gets smart

28 August 2020

Over-C, a provider of workplace management and analytics which uses location, sensor data and other IoT devices to empower frontline workers, worked with Thomond Park Stadium, the home of Munster Rugby Club to transform it into a smart stadium. The bespoke digital solution will help Thomond Park to streamline processes, gain new insights into stadium data and deliver a first-rate fan experience.

Thomond Park Stadium was using paper-based processes for up to 1,500 contractors to perform hundreds of match day security, catering, cleaning and maintenance tasks. These critical tasks included checking all fire exits, fridges, boiler rooms, public facilities, fire safety equipment, waste disposal, collaboration with local authorities and transport as well as many more.

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Pulsant supports Witherslack Group with private cloud

17 June 2020

The Witherslack Group is a provider of specialist education and care for children and young people with social, emotional and mental health needs, communication difficulties, ADHD and complex learning needs.

It was seeking an efficient, safe and streamlined way of hosting data across all its sites.

This was driven by poor performance of its existing platform and the fact that several schools experienced server issues and downtime, which impacted on operations.

 

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Plutora improves software delivery for O2/ Telefónica UK

17 June 2020

O2 prides itself on continually innovating new mobile products and has championed customer experience.

However, it’s IT infrastructure experienced a number of challenges which could slow down the planned improvements. 

The UK IT test environment management group supports a large number of internal teams.

 

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Pulse Secure helps Hogarth Worldwide to improve secure access

17 June 2020

Hogarth Worldwide is a creative production business headquartered in London with established production hubs in New York, Dubai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai, Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Cape Town and Bucharest.

Founded in 2008 and majority-owned by WPP Group, it provides marketing production and adaptation services for some of the world’s most recognisable brands and global multinationals.

Its integrated production workflow and media asset management technologies bring all-media production under a common workflow to generate tangible savings for clients.

 

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Dual function Wi-Fi services for black cabs

22 April 2020

Sherbet London Taxis, a London Black Taxi operator and advertising organisation needed to equip 50 of their latest TX4 classic Black Taxis with 4G (LTE) connectivity.

The goal was to improve the experience of business customers by providing two levels of service:

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Trash talking

21 April 2020

A partnership between Hull City Council and smart city specialist Connexin has optimised waste collection from Public Waste Bins across the city.

The city of Hull, also known as the slightly more grandiose Kingston upon Hull, is a port city located in the heart of England’s Northern Powerhouse.

The city attracted the title of UK city of culture 2017 and was assigned £32.8m for cultural events and to improve the city’s’ public spaces.

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Re-Boot: old construction firm gets modern makeover

21 April 2020

Henry Boot’s presence in the construction sector dates back to 1886, making it one of the most established firms in the business.

Over the last few years, its IT set-up went from primarily focusing on support back-office tasks to becoming the platform for the company’s entire operations.

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Audere est Facere

21 April 2020

Even the most ardent Arsenal fan would begrudgingly admit that the new 62,062 capacity Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is a fine specimen. Still, the Lilywhites needed an IT infrastructure befitting of that status, so in came Real Wireless to make it happen.

The stadium design included provision for all wireless technologies (including 5G when it arrives) as well as PMR for support services, TETRA for emergency services and Wi-Fi – technically architected, supplied and deployed by the club’s official enterprise networking partner, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). It also needed support for satellite.

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Smarter farming

21 April 2020

This project was deployed in nine farms across the UK, from Riverford Organic Farms in Devon to Spen Farms run by the University of Leeds

This project was deployed in nine farms across the UK, from Riverford Organic Farms in Devon to Spen Farms run by the University of Leeds

Smart agriculture and organic farming are two trends strongly linked. In the United Kingdom are walking hand in hand for a while to improve competitiveness of small producers.

Senseye, a UK software company focused on prognostics and conditions monitoring, decided to develop a project with organic farmers to increase their crops and make them sustainable.

Since the beginning, the Senseye engineer team detected a lack of freely available public data in matter of agriculture issues, so they decided that it was necessary to work elbow to elbow with farmers and deploy a sensor network around the country to collect data.

 

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MooCall connecting man with animal

21 April 2020

The idea for the MooCall calving sensor came about when one of the MooCall founding team, Niall Austin lost a heifer and her calf due to a difficult calving back in 2010.

He had a theory that a device to measure tail movement might be able to predict the onset of calving and brought the idea to the other MooCall founders Michael Stanley and Emmet Savage.

After many months of research and development the MooCall device was born, however they needed robust and reliable, global connectivity with roaming capability to ensure that this critical data could be transferred the crucial moment.

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