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Vodafone Machine-to-Machine (M2M)

Monitoring and control

Gain visibility over your assets
How much gas, electricity and water is your business using, where and for what purpose?

Connecting enterprise assets, such as printers, vending machines, lifts or even heart monitors, and receiving live updates on their operational status presents a huge opportunity. This enables process automation, new usage-based business models and completely new revenue streams.

The challenge with connecting assets is managing the vast amounts of data which can become overwhelming making it impossible to drive value from the data. Assets also require effective, automated remote monitoring and management to avoid costly site visits.

Faced with increased competition businesses are demanding new revenue streams and process efficiency, and without a comprehensive management solution in place, businesses are exposed to unnecessary complexity, operational inefficiency and additional cost.

Vodafone M2M adds the final piece to Keenan’s world class service for farmers

Vodafone M2M SIMs and network connectivity established built-in, direct, wireless contact between Keenan's control centre team and the on-board computers built into its livestock feed machinery. This eliminated the need for intervention by farmers and improved the consistency and quality of the feed mix.

With Vodafone’s Monitoring and Control solutions you have real time visibility of the condition and status of assets and a single global view, putting you back in control no matter where your assets are. These multi-purpose, multi-functional solutions are specifically designed to remove cost and inefficiency from worldwide asset monitoring. Managed by our Machine to Machine platform and with Vodafone’s global mobile network at the core, our remote monitoring and control solutions are proven, tested, global and relevant to multiple industry sectors. They offer:

  • Complete control, visibility and real-time view over all assets
  • Reduced machinery down-time thanks to conditional monitoring and foresighted maintenance
  • Significant cost savings in maintenance, logistics, service and repair
  • Ability to identify behaviour modifications to lower energy usage and keep costs down
  • Improve and expand product and service portfolio, offering new and differentiated business models to increase revenue and customer satisfaction
  • Greater information on product performance, consumer behaviour and sales performance giving insight for product marketing and on promotion effectiveness
  • A fast return on investment

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