Use cases : an overview of what we do
Aeonics contributes to the preservation of the Unesco World Heritage
"We used Aeonics as the backend dispatcher to convey data from the LoRa network segment to the final application. Thanks to the simplified deployment
scenario, the installation was reduced to a single day.
The simulation capabilities of the software allowed us to validate the complete application chain even before actual sensors were deployed, the entire team
could then focus on the hardware installation on site.
We finally used the live troubleshooting helper to identify weak connectivity links between sensors and antennas.
The Aeonics solution is a safeguard that allows our team to focus on our core added value... it just works great!"
Aeonics helps reduce the carbon footprint of IT
"Our process was on track, we were collecting data from two dozen factory sites. But as we expanded to more sites, we encountered serious performance issues.
Dropping Aeonics early in the process of acquisition allowed us to manage the flow of data more efficiently.
We went down from 18 server machines to only 5 for the same process ! Best of all is that we did not need to change a single bit the final application, the integration
was completely transparent.
Our process has been optimized and we reduced our carbon footprint dramatically using the Aeonics software.
Aeonics brings resilience and stability to the IT architecture
"As an IT services company, we know issues do happen, our job is to anticipate and reduce the risk of interruption of service to keep the customer satisfied.
Our consultants are experts of all the solution we offer and yet, the same type of uncertainties arise every time.
We adopted Aeonics in order to create a segmentation in the project architecture: what happens before and what goes on after. In other words, Aeonics is our checkmark
and reference point.
When parts of the architecture become obsolete, because it does happen, we have the guarantee that what comes before or after will not be affected.
When you have a surgery and end up with titanium in your arm, it becomes the strongest part of your body, that is what Aeonics is to our architecture."