What? Grand launch of Intel’s IoT Ignition lab, and the unveiling of the SAVORTEX adDryer
Where? IoT Ignition Lab, 40 Bank Street, 2nd Floor, Canary Wharf, London E14 5NR
When? Thursday. 15th September 2016
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Rob O’Shea, General Manager EMEA Direct & Channel Sales at Intel, invites you to the grand launch of Intel’s 10th EMEA based Intel IoT Ignition Lab in London. To get the most out of your day, Intel have separated the day aligned to the lab’s focus industries.
Experts will briefly speak through the following areas, and present their revolutionary IoT technologies; including the worlds first IoT enabled SAVORTEX adDryer. Sessions available are:
11:00 Smart Cities / Buildings: a close look at tackling growing urbanisation, focused on sustainability and productivity.
13:00 Transportation: From autonomous driving to better connected public transport, IoT can improve the way we move.
15:00 Retail: targeted advertisement, inventory control, and real time analytics opens a new world of better customer experience.
After a short presentation, guests will see real solutions in action during a tour of the lab, followed by networking time with light canapés and drinks. Each session should last approximately 90 minutes. Please provide your preferences when registering for the event.
About the SAVORTEX adDryer – turning waste into intelligence, and revenue.
Of the 70 million corporate washrooms, 20 percent are equipped with environmentally unfriendly, inefficient, and unhygienic hand-dryers and around 80 percent offer expensive paper towels that create three million tons of waste, costing corporate landlords £10.5bn per year. As such, reducing building management costs, boosting facility efficiencies, and cutting energy use is very lucrative.
SAVORTEX has built the world’s first IoT-enabled messaging hand-dryer to disrupt this inefficient sector and transform corporate washrooms into smart spaces. Built on Intel technology, the SAVORTEX adDryer uses the Internet of Things (IoT) to deliver waste savings, alert cleaners to washroom needs based on usage, and engage consumers with tailored, high-definition video messages, allowing enterprises to transform costly commercial washrooms into connected, hygienic, and sustainable revenue-producing assets.
Ingrained issues. High costs, inefficient maintenance, and energy consumption in washrooms make them difficult to manage. SAVORTEX wanted to solve multiple problems at once.
Excessive waste. The prevalent drying choice of expensive paper towels significantly impacts the environment in both manufacture and disposal.
Status quo. Conventional brushed-motor hand-dryers are energy-hungry and have a short life-expectancy so are costly to run, but finding budget to deploy new solutions on the necessary scale can be difficult.
Strong performance per watt. SAVORTEX chose Intel Atom™ processors to power its hand-dryers because they are powerful yet very energy efficient.
Rugged and reliable. This version of the Intel Atom processor is a ruggedised compute platform in a sealed environment that can withstand extreme temperatures (-40 to 110 degrees) for excellent longevity.
IoT connectivity. SAVORTEX engineers deployed Intel Wireless- network adapters within its solution, including Intel® Smart Connect Technology, to be able to confidently connect to the cloud.
True sustainability. SAVORTEX offers a powerful, energy-efficient hand-dryer that delivers quick-dry in 11 seconds and runs on just 550 watts – significantly lower than competitor products in the marketplace.
Operational efficiency. The solution offers a connected washroom management system that can reduce clients’ operational costs by facilitating effective and responsive washroom cleaning.
New revenue. Thanks to hardware from Intel, the adDryer engages users with one-to-one, high definition video messages so enterprises can use real data to push content and drive additional revenue streams.
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