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Waylay

Waylay is the market leading IoT service orchestration platform that breaks down silos by connecting devices with SW applications and online services. Waylay makes automation and integration faster, smarter and more scalable.

Internet of Things solutions often operate in silos and don’t integrate well with existing IT back-end systems and cloud applications. This leads to inflexible solutions with high integration costs. Waylay is the market leading IoT service orchestration platform that breaks down silos by connecting devices with SW applications and online services. Waylay makes automation and integration faster, smarter and more scalable.

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Key use cases:

Smart, real-time notifications: Notifications are an essential component in IoT applications ranging from building automation to remote patient or machine monitoring. Waylay’s platform allows building smarter notification services that logically combine multiple input data sources.

Smart automation:

The Internet-of-Things improves operational efficiency via smarter automation. Use waylay to connect the Internet to the real world. Have you ever thought about automating your office lighting based on a web calendar or connecting your HVAC installations to the weather forecast?

Smart predictive maintenance:

Real-time sensor data can be used to resolve problems faster, or even detect anomalies upfront, before interruption or downtime occur. Better troubleshooting and predictive maintenance save money and improve customer satisfaction. Waylay’s platform supports advanced technology to determine the root causes of problems based on observed sensor data and your domain knowledge.

Smart innovation:

Compound services do away with silos and create additional value by combining objects and services: smart home and elderly care, smart buildings and telco services, transportation and smart cities. As a smart integration platform, Waylay can combine data from different verticals to create new value propositions.

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