Dahua Technology is a world-leading video-centric smart IoT solution and service provider. Based on technological innovations, Dahua Technology offers end-to-end security solutions, systems, and services to create values for city operations, corporate management and consumers.

There will be a chance to see “in action” two effective and advantage solutions: Human Body Monitoring Solution and Non-Contact Access Control with Thermal Module.

DAHUA THERMAL BODY TEMPERATURE MONITORING SOLUTION

Compare to the traditional way of body temperature measurement – a forehead thermometer, using Dahua Body Temperature Monitoring Solution will significantly improve speed and accuracy, and at the same time, help reduce cross-infection via non-contact monitoring. To monitor the temperature of 5,000 people, it will take about 4.2 hours using a forehead thermometer, as it takes at least 3 seconds to measure a person. However, it takes only 30 minutes if you use Dahua Thermal Solution, which monitors 3 people per second. It also features a high accuracy of ±0.3℃ .

Efficient, Visible & Non-contact
– Safe: Non-contact temperature measurement
– Efficient: Multi-person measurement
– Accurate: Maximum ±0.3°C error
– Hybrid: Intelligent temperature tracking on the visual channel

DAHUA ACCES CONTROL & TEMPERATURE MONITORING TERMINAL

Temperature monitoring / Face recognition
– Temperature Monitoring distance: 0,3-1,8 m
– Temperature accuracy: +/- 0,5 C
– Temperature monitoring speed: 0,2 s
– Easy installation and mobility

More info:

www.dahuasecurity.com

facebook.com/DahuaBaltic

IoT for time attendance and tools registration solution is developed for construction, manufacturing and services companies, which are looking for new technologies to improve business efficiency. Modern IoT solution allows to organize marketing, to prepare commercial proposals and contracts, to plan and control implementation of the contract. The solution also includes energy and other resources meters, registrators of time attendance of the workers and used tools in the process, controllers of the machinery.

The solution integrates modern IoT infrastructure for time attendance:

Management of tools is realized with NFC tags and NFC phones for managers, who scan worker contactless ID cards and tools NFC tag. Immediate information about missing employee allows sending an automatic message to the manager who could send another employee, to check who is using the necessary tool, control effectiveness of company recourse usage.

Data from IoT is used in the business process management system AIVA 9001, which generates pass logs, timesheets, tool transfer logs. This data, in turn, continues to be used for other tasks: planning workers and tools for projects, for the production planning and for the execution control

Let’s meet in Digital factory at Riga Comm 2019 (stand B17)!

More information:

www.acoris.lt  and www.aiva.lt.

info@acoris.lt   +370 655 36062

 

 

Kaspars Iesalnieks, “KPMG” IT Consultation Manager

 

Internet of Things (IoT) is based on the ability of devices we use every day to mutually communicate and to improve our lives, by allowing savings on both time and money. Starting from smart houses that await the owner with open garage doors, to smart cities that adapt traffic signals to traffic flow.

 

It is estimated that by 2020 around 20 billion devices will be connected. The amount of devices that companies use for their needs will triple. And it is already currently expected that each fourth cyberattack at an organisation will specifically be connected to the Internet of Things. According to the data from the research performed by Aruba Networks — The Internet of Things: Today & Tomorrow in 2017, more than half of the large companies in the world indicate that they have already implemented Internet of Things solutions.

 

At the same time 84% of companies have already experienced security breaches related to these solutions. In many cases companies focus on the functions of an IoT device, which is basically the tip of the iceberg. Quite often, compatibility with the internet is the weakest link in the security chain. With this high-end device connectivity that uses Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, mobile network, more possibilities for malicious cyberattacks arise – increasing the chances of a hacker being able to access basically any device connected to the network through a vulnerable link.

 

To avoid these bad security breach statistics, an IT infrastructure home task has to performed, and it is also crucial to ensure regular IT ‘ecosystem’ health checks.

 

Firstly, when choosing the device to be connected to smart devices, its origin must be evaluated, to at least ascertain how reliable the manufacturer is, and whether the device complies with security regulation standards.

 

Secondly, appropriate and safe configuration must be performed, meaning that it is necessary to check whether it is compatible with other devices, and safe from intrusions from the “outside world.” In other words, care should be taken regarding cyber hygiene, for example, set up a safe password, use safe network protocols, regular system updates should be performed and appropriate access rights should be configured.

 

Thirdly, it would be useful to test whether the home task has been performed sufficiently and the security measures work.

 

According to the recently published largest IT management survey in the world, performed by Harvey Nash and KPMG, companies are thinking about it. Namely, this year almost a quarter (23 %) more respondents have put forward improvements in cybersecurity as a priority than in 2017, because cybercrimes have reached a very high level; moreover, operational risk management and compliance (12 %) have become an important element. These two areas are defined by company management as the most significant IT priorities.

 

Visit the RIGA COMM 2018 Internet of Things Conference on 12 October to find out more. The conference will be held in English.

 

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InPass solutions are made to help your company improve labor productivity and make decisions which are based on specific data, at any time of the day, from anywhere in the world. With InPass solutions can keep up with the operation of production facilities, or to follow the climate parameters of the premises or to carry out electronic work time accounting of employees. Our client can see and analyze the data obtained on the client’s portal. InPass sensor installation is simple and fast. The solutions are designed so as not to affect the equipment electronics or warranty.

 

We tailor solutions individually to the wishes and needs of each client and also ensure maintenance of the system.

 

Apply for the solutions we offer during the exhibition and test them for one month free of charge.

 

We invite you to attend the Magnetic Latvia stand at the RIGA COMM 2018 exhibition and find out more about our offer!

Contact us:

E-mail: info@inpass.lv

Phone: +371 29873054

Homepage: www.inpass.lv

Facebook: www.facebook.com/Monitorings/

 

Visit also the RIGA COMM 2018 Internet of Things Conference on 12 October to find out more.

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For the second year in a row SAF Tehnika is taking part in RIGA COMM with their most innovative product line to date – The Aranet.

 

This year Aranet team will be doing a presentation on “IoT for business – applications, benefits, opportunities”. Industrial IoT has developed closely alongside consumer IoT goods and now is here to change the industrial applications as we know them. Experts predict that there will be more than 24 billion IoT devices on Earth by 2020. In this presentation you will find out what can IoT applications offer to businesses and what challenges are ahead for industrial IoT.

 

Aranet is an environmental internet of things (IoT) monitoring solution for a variety of businesses. Aranet product line consists of both – a wireless sensor networks as well as stand-alone sensors that measure temperature, relative humidity and CO2 levels.

 

Aranet capabilities offer new solutions for different businesses including food manufacturing plants, grocery stores, warehouse management companies, museums and exhibition halls, hotels and restaurants, agricultural facilities, data centres and many others.

 

Visit www.aranet.com to learn more about SAF Tehnika’s latest innovation.

 

Visit the RIGA COMM 2018 Internet of Things Conference on 12 October to find out more.

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With unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs and Drones), we are very well known, more and more we can hear in public stories about positive, comic and bad events around these flying objects.

 

They find new business applications and strengthen their presence from military to agriculture. Baltic market players – Aerones, Laserpas, UAV Factory, Airdog, ELI Airborne Solutions, Atlas Dynamics, UAV.tools, Threod Systems, Air Studio, Hepta Airborne, Ecilop / My Research, Dronee and AirBoard, as well as software developers like SPH Engineering, Magma Solutions & Pixevia and DronePlan – in this field is strong and conquer the global market.

 

Suggest if you know more or new coming market players in this category by writing to email andris.breske@bt1.lv.

 

Visit the RIGA COMM 2019 Internet of Things Conference on 11 October to find out more.

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The next category will cover the most popular M2M solutions usage in telematics – fleet management. Commercial fleets seriously appreciate the benefits and efficiency what provides tracking.

 

The list of companies in this field is long, companies from Baltics very active work in Europe and globally. And most of them can be proud with long lasting experience. We are sure that you know or have hear at least one of these brands where are Mapon, Teltonika, Omnicomm, Intelligent Systems / SkyFMS, Ruptela, Ernest, Mobiliųjų Sprendimų Centras / Loctracker, Wivel, Eljunga, Ecofleet Lietuva / Ecofleet Latvija / Ecofleet Eesti, Baltic Car Equipment, Gurtam, Apsaugos Centras / eTransportas, Plottera, Transporta telemātikas sistēmas, Simbiotecha, Comudule and Technoton Baltic.

 

Suggest if you know more or new coming market players in this category by writing to email andris.breske@bt1.lv.

 

Visit the RIGA COMM 2019 Internet of Things Conference on 11 October to find out more.

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Together with our RIGA COMM 2018 Internet of Things Conference community event page in Facebook, we create Baltic IoT Landscape or Market Map.

 

You have certainly seen such in different sectors all over the Internet, but mostly with the global report visualizing by industry analyst or research firm. But for the Baltic market will do it together with our management. Categories we will make in the process, but we will start with #IoT network operators/service providers.

 

In this category, we have included Tele2 IoT, Connected Baltics & Sigfox partnership, Lattelecom, Smart City Vilnius, Levicom NORAnet, Latvijas Mobilais Telefons, Thinnect and Stream Networks, the last one is disputable. Because they announced that will provide and confirmed to us, but no further action. The same we have an open question about Opencluster.io, what are they doing? And what’s going on in Bite Latvija / Bite Lietuva and Telia Lietuva / Telia Latvija / Telia Eesti network?

 

Suggest if you know more or new coming market players in this category by writing to email andris.breske@bt1.lv.

 

Visit the RIGA COMM 2019 Internet of Things Conference on 11 October to find out more.

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