Samsung SDS offers platform-driven management of environment, safety, health, and energy, enabling sustainable management of an enterprise, and provides centralized intelligent control and monitoring service for field activities across diverse industries.
By implementing standard EHS business process accommodating the global regulatory requirements, data is completely integrated across the border and adopted flexibly to meet country-specific environment.
Workplace-specific risk factors are derived, and applied with best-suited IoT technology, to collect data in real time and effectively visualize on-site risks.
Energy-saving measures are set up through energy assessment and consumption pattern analysis, and a constantly optimized operation system is implemented based on metering infrastructure and AI-enabled energy efficiency prediction.
Extensive data sets required for control and monitoring are effectively standardized and integrated to provide a centralized control platform for quick assessment of the on-site situation and timely decision-making.
Partners have secured the ground for energy reduction through energy visualization at workplaces, which enables them to have responsible operation of the facilities and systems.
The global standard EHS platform has been established based on new technologies as well as standardization of EHS system work process, which enables the company to respond to Korean and overseas laws and regulations and prevent environment & safety accidents.
in The Forrester Wave™: Industrial IoT Software Platforms, Q3 2021, Forrester
The optimized management will be available throughout the entire life cycle of asset from purchaing factory equipment to operation, maintenance and discharging. By linking information real time and accurately analyzing the information, users can secure the predictability of the process and the transparency in the status of asset.
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- In a report called The Forrester Wave™: Industrial Internet-of-Things Software Platforms, Q3 2021, Forrester identified the 8 most significant IIoT software platform providers after a thorough evaluation of each vendor across 35 criteria grouped into three categories: current offering, strategy, and market presence. Samsung SDS has been named a contender for its Brightics IoT platform.
- The Forrester Wave report states: "The platform supports key industrial IoT software platform functions, including a broad set of wide-area (e.g., 3G, 4G/LTE, and 5G) and short-range wireless (e.g., BLE, Wi-Fi, and Zigbee) connectivity options that are among the most comprehensive in this Forrester Wave."
- The Forrester report also notes: "The Brightics IoT platform is particularly relevant in key industry segments such as manufacturing, construction, building, and logistics."