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Rigado offers real-time data solutions for in-store monitoring and warehouse operations that can be easily integrated with existing systems and applications. Typical use-cases and applications include:
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WeissBeerger, a subsidiary of ABInBev, created the first Connected Bar application that is deployed in thousands of bars and restaurants. The WeissBeerger Trayz app utilizes data analytics to reduce beer waste and improve operational efficiencies for its customers, leading to increased profitability.
Rigado and WeissBeerger partnered to create an easy to deploy beer tap monitoring solution for bars and restaurants. Utilizing the Cascade-500W gateway and wireless flow meters, WeissBeerger is able to reduce monthly beer waste by thousands of dollars on average for bar operators.
The Rigado Cascade gateway runs a local AWS Greengrass application, which sends real-time beer tap data to the AWS cloud using standard MQTT. AWS provides a standard cloud application framework that WeissBeerger utilizes to deploy its Trayz solution. This makes the solution robust and repeatable across many locations, reducing deployment costs and time to market.
Radius Networks is building the next generation location platform to change the way companies locate and engage their customers. Their wireless-enabled tableside and curbside platform is installed in tens of thousands of locations globally across more than 50 countries. Their clients include some of the world’s largest brands and span multiple markets such as quick service restaurants, hospitality, gaming, and sports and entertainment.
Today, Radius Networks’ quick service restaurant Customer Location Platform enables their clients to measurably improve business metrics in areas like customer satisfaction and loyalty, per-ticket dollar amounts, and operational efficiencies.
The Radius Networks FlyBuy applications run in AWS, which means the data flowing from Rigado gateways into the Radius backend and 3rd party integrations is powered by AWS. The Rigado Edge Direct platform for managing the Radius network of gateways and connected sensors also runs in AWS.
Onset is a global leader in environmental asset monitoring solutions such as cold-chain and vaccine monitoring for healthcare supply chains. Onset has been designing and manufacturing its data loggers and monitoring solutions on site since the company’s founding in 1981.
Rigado partnered with the Onset team to configure a gateway solution that gathers, processes and sends sensor data from InTemp vaccine monitors to InTemp Servers via Ethernet or Wi-Fi – where data excursions trigger automatic email and SMS notifications. Onset InTemp loggers paired with whitelabel Onset CX gateways arrive to healthcare sites as simple plug-and-play kits – easily extended as deployment size increases.
Rigado and Onset delivered a real-time cold chain monitoring solution for retail pharmacies to manage vaccine storage and guarantee quality of delivery. AWS was instrumental to the solution:
Rigado retail experience and AWS cloud expertise were key when partnering with Onset. Together we developed a solution that integrated with Onset’s existing AWS IoT services and is easily deployed and managed across thousands of retail locations.
Prologis provides efficient logistics real estate solutions to the world. Operating in over 700 million sq. ft. of real estate globally, Prologis partners with manufacturers and distributors to ensure timely delivery of the products that make modern life possible.
Rigado gateways installed in Prologis warehouses communicate with Wirepas anchor node end devices to deliver asset location data to the Prologis Cloud. This has allowed Prologis to offer large-scale secure and configurable edge networking capabilities as a service to their multi-tenant warehouses.
Rigado’s support for AWS Greengrass and tight integration with AWS IoT services for device deployment and data delivery were key in developing the Prologis solution.
Data from warehouse mesh-based sensor networks is collected and processed on Cascade gateways using AWS Greengrass and delivered to AWS IoT services. Rigado worked closely with AWS Professional Services on the project.