Society depends on the enterprise edge to safely navigate and mitigate COVID-19

Society depends on the enterprise edge to safely navigate and mitigate COVID-19

COVID-19 enterprise edge use cases

Atos collaborated with Eupry to develop a Vaccine Logistics Monitoring as a Service solution that enables supply chain management for large-scale COVID-19 vaccine distribution activities. Benefits derived at the edge include the monitoring of temperature, differential pressure, humidity and carbon dioxide throughout the vaccine transportation process. 

IBM and Salesforce are working together to integrate the IBM Digital Health Passport, built on IBM Blockchain technology, and Salesforce to enable organizations to verify an individual’s COVID-19 vaccination status and other health information, such as test results or temperature checks.

Israel-based AI and IoT startup Youtiligent has developed an AIoT-based technology that enables organizations in the COVID-19 vaccine distribution chain to ensure their refrigerators are set to the correct temperature required for the vaccines. The solution leverages edge sensors for real-time refrigerator temperature monitoring as well as machine learning and AI algorithms for predictive maintenance that can detect refrigerator performance anomalies in real time to prevent spoilage.

TBR’s Enterprise Edge Compute Market Landscape, which is global in scope, details edge compute trends among both vendors and their customers. Vendor coverage includes: Amazon Web Services, Atos, Cisco, Dell Technologies, Digital Realty, Equinix, Huawei, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM, Lenovo and Microsoft. This research includes current-year market sizing and a five-year forecast.

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