M2M enables new ways of working
Global competition and rising fuel and materials prices, mean that it is imperative to find new ways of working in order to reduce costs across all areas of the business. The industry is under intense pressure to increase productivity, make business processes more efficient and meet sustainability targets.
M2M uses data to radically improve manufacturing performance
M2M technology provides efficient, cost-effective automated information gathering that is transforming the industry in four key solution areas:
With Vodafone M2M, Kärcher offers its customers an innovative solution for the optimisation of fleet cleaning solutions
Case studies | 08/06/2015
Kärcher is defining a new level of efficiency and professionalism in the management, maintenance and control of fleets.
KONE’s remote monitoring solution improves smart elevator maintenance
Case studies | 09/04/2014
KONE’s remote monitoring solution, created with Vodafone Machine-to-Machine, improves smart elevator maintenance and reduces the disruption of service to customers.
Atlas Copco Compressor Technique uses world-wide Vodafone M2M communication services to boost product development and customer support
Case studies | 03/09/2013
Vodafone worked with Altas Copco to create a global Machine-to-Machine solution that is helping to shape the company’s R&D programme, improve customer support and set Atlas Copco apart from its competitors.
WIKON helps industrial gas suppliers to streamline global logistics with seamless world-wide Vodafone M2M monitoring solution
Case studies | 27/08/2013
WIKON needed the support of its long term communications partner, Vodafone, to create an end-to-end solution for monitoring industrial gas.
Carel adds global service proposal to its portfolio with Vodafone M2M Technology
Case studies | 23/05/2013
Carel is an Italian industrial climate and refrigeration business. Its customers include OEMs and multinational retailers providing climate controls and equipment for building management. It has manufacturing sites in Italy, China, Brazil and the US. Last year the company generated sales of €160m, roughly 40% per cent of which came from overseas.
Vodafone M2M adds the final piece to Keenan’s world class service for farmers
Case studies | 23/02/2013
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.