Orange Business will demonstrate secure, end-to-end IoT solutions at this year’s HANNOVER MESSE, the world’s largest trade show for industrial technology. With digitization helping to transform the industrial sector, Orange will illustrate how innovative solutions can improve operational efficiency, cut costs and create new business models.
What: Orange will showcase the complete IoT value chain, including connectivity, applications and data, through the following demos:
- VINCI Autoroutes: A “connected motorway service area concept” saves on maintenance costs and increases customer satisfaction by using sensors and the LoRa network. Drivers receive real-time information on parking space availability for smoother traffic patterns. Other efficiencies for Vinci Autoroutes include the remote monitoring of trash levels in waste containers, as well as the road status according to weather conditions.
- A global car manufacturer uses 600,000 crates to transport auto parts to manufacturing plants around the world. To prevent lost and stolen crates, the company is now using Orange SIM card-based tracking devices across Europe, featuring low electricity consumption and easy mounting on the crates.
- Dacom provides hardware, software and advisory services to arable farms and agribusiness around the world and leverages the Orange IoT connectivity platform for smart agriculture operations. A new telematics standard enables agriculture applications and supports an installed base of 10,000 sensors in weather stations, field and soil monitoring and irrigation management sites across 30 countries.
Where: The Orange booth at HANNOVER MESSE is located in Hall 8, Booth F09 in the “Creative France” Pavilion, hosted by Business France.
Why: Digitization is moving beyond just technical frontiers. It’s opening the flow of data throughout design, production and the supply chain all the way up to the end customers and suppliers. Orange Business is not only a technology partner and systems integrator, but also a co-innovator that understands the needs of the industrial sector.