Unify IT, IoT, and Operational Technology (OT) networks
Easily adapt to evolving business requirements with a network that joins IoT and OT data with network-enabled contextual analytics.
More IoT devices means more IT challenges
- IoT devices use different connectivity types and communication protocols, often requiring vendor-specific gateways to manage devices and collect data.
- IoT devices are fundamentally untrustworthy; IoT gateways obscure devices on the network, causing a lack of visibility that creates greater risk.
- Integrating IoT data with business processes is complex, requiring deep knowledge of IoT, data transport, data security, and business applications.
Designing hyper-aware facilities
IoT is the eyes and ears of a smart building. Supplementing IoT data with contextual information enables hyper-awareness—cognizance and responsiveness to occupants and their environment. The richer the data and context, the greater the opportunities to boost efficiency, productivity, profitability, reliability, and security.
To learn more about designing hyper-aware smart buildings, read the white paper.
Building control and digital twin enablement
Using native AI capabilities to create real-time simulation models that change and learn in lock-step with the building, Aruba and technology partners can create digital twins or software models to identify sub-optimized processes, recommend operational enhancements, and monitor energy usage needed for proactive interventions.
Context-aware, real-time emergency response
During an incident, building occupants need real-time safety information pushed to their mobile devices, and first responders need to communicate with those in harm’s way. Aruba ESP, with integrated solutions from technology partners, can communicate with tenants, visitors, and staff. The use of unique 4D graphics lets first responders quickly see where people are within buildings.
Seamless extension of 5G with Wi-Fi
Aruba ESP allows mobile operators to easily extend their 5G footprint into any building to power Wi-Fi calling while delivering gigabit-class performance using Aruba Air Slice technology. This provides a seamless user experience and non-stop connectivity without the need for costly and complex distributed antenna systems.
Designing hyper-aware industrial facilities
Explore secure infrastructure and partner solutions for chemical, defense, food & beverage, logistics, manufacturing, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, transportation, and utility applications.
To learn more about designing hyper-aware industrial facilities, read the white paper.
Provide predictive maintenance
Proactive maintenance reduces downtime and maximizes the use and performance of assets, decreasing maintenance costs by up to 40%. Through deep integration with technology partner devices, Aruba ESP enables machinery sensors to monitor machinery like motor drives, valves, and pumps, spotting problems before they happen and improving productivity, reliability, and efficiency.
Reduce repair time with location services
Navigating large industrial sites can be challenging, resulting in inefficiencies and safety issues. This can be avoided with location services from Aruba ESP, which help site occupants find their way with turn-by-turn navigation.
Monitor personnel and asset safety
For environments with potentially explosive conditions, location-based safety systems are often mandated to safeguard employees and visitors. Aruba ESP, together with technology partner Mobilaris Group, can deliver real-time 3D situational awareness by tracking the location of people and assets.
Listen to the Aruba and Microsoft BlueSky interview series, Building for the future: How digital twins and industrial IoT help optimize facility operations.
IoT transforms the multifamily rental industry
“With our Aruba network we can innovate rapidly as we continue transforming multifamily dwellings into smart spaces that can keep pace with the evolving ways people live and work in their homes.”
Blake Miller, Founder and CEO, Homebase
- Saves building owners and managers 120 minutes per unit turnover and 20 minutes per maintenance ticket on average
- Enables quickly adopting new networking innovations to continue introducing emerging smart building technologies