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Bosch Rexroth reinvents automation
Bosch adopts Ubuntu Core and snaps for app-based ctrl-X industry 4.0 platform. ctrlX AUTOMATION leverages Ubuntu Core, designed for embedded devices, and snaps - the universal Linux application containers - to deliver an open source platform that removes the barriers between machine control, IT and OT.
Rigado cuts customers’ time to market with Ubuntu Core
In the fast-paced world of IoT, being able to reduce time-to-market is a priority. Rigado’s core mission is to provide scalable and secure infrastructure for their customers’ commercial IoT deployments.
Azeti uses Ubuntu Core to improve deployment and security
Security is fantastic in Ubuntu Core - it's a self contained system that houses all the libraries. The Ubuntu stack is read only, isolating it from interference from the outside, that's really important for industrial environments, it prevents people from changing anything vital.Florian Hoenigschmid, Director of Product Management, azeti
AZLOGICA utilise Ubuntu Core for agricultural IoT solutions
Learn how Azlogica, a Latin American IoT company, turned to Ubuntu to help their client, Oceanos, to maximise shrimp production and revenues using Ubuntu Core and Dell Edge Gateways.
IMS Evolve adopts Ubuntu Core to provide IoT-enabled business intelligence in the supply chain
IMS Evolve has delivered rapidly scalable IoT Solutions to the world’s largest food retailers, from their refrigeration systems to their petrol filling stations. Overall, IMS Evolve’s systems monitor 25 million data points every minute of every day, and manage almost 98,000 sites across 12 countries.
Ubuntu Core in robotics
ARX Fit builds the world’s most effective and efficient fitness machines
When the time came to develop its new line of Adaptive Resistance exercise machines, ARX decided to modernise its software strategy. With its legacy software, ARX struggled to deliver over-the-air (OTA) updates to deployed machines and users had too much control over the Windows-based environment, creating a host of maintenance issues.
Small Robot Company sows the seeds for autonomous farming
In Europe, the cost of running a cereal farm – cultivating wheat, rice, and other grains – has risen by 85% in the last 25 years, yet crop yields and revenues have stagnated. And while farms struggle to remain profitable, it won’t be long before those static yields become insufficient to support growing populations.
Cyberdyne keeps cleaning robots up-to-date in the field with snaps
As Japan’s workforce ages, certain roles are being supported by advanced robots to help bridge the gap. Cyberdyne, a Japanese robotics company, are building such robots and have rolled them out into shopping centres and Tokyo’s two main airports.
SmartDrone fast–tracks drone infrastructure revolution with Ubuntu Core
The number of use cases for industrial drones has grown exponentially over the last couple of years. Being aware of the market potential, SmartDrone decided to take its current surveying and mapping drone solution to the next level.
Ubuntu Core in digital signage
Screenly takes the next step in secure screen technology
With this new business model targeting technical decision makers within high-tier enterprises and large public companies, Screenly knew that its security strategy would face a new level of scrutiny. Fortunately, Screenly was already using Ubuntu Core to power its solutions, providing the security capabilities, hardening and OTA update infrastructure necessary to satisfy the most demanding enterprise buyers.
Cinergy makes significant digital signage saving with Screenly Pro and Ubuntu Core
Cinema entertainment centres (CECs) are an all in one venue incorporating cinemas, restaurants, bowling and other activities such as escape rooms and are a growing market. Find out why they turned to Screenly Pro and Ubuntu Core to help with their content management needs in such a marketing driven business.
Ubuntu Core in consumer applications
Future-proofing Fingbox, the home network monitoring device
Fing App is a network scanning and troubleshooting tool used by millions. Fingbox is a complementary hardware device which plugs into Wi-Fi routers to monitor, secure and troubleshoot networks and their connected devices. Fing's engineering team built Fingbox using Ubuntu Core and Snaps to speed up development time, save on budget and resources, and to ensure a future-proof product went to market.
How Domotz streamlined provisioning of IoT devices
I absolutely believe that Ubuntu Core and snaps give us a competitive advantage. We are the only company in the IoT network management space that can guarantee a secure, always-up-to-date device for our customers’ on-premises deployments.Giancarlo Fanelli, CTO, Domotz
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