Throughout the survey of tenements, exploration, production and onward transportation of natural resource the extractive industries create vast quantities of data. This data, if correctly used and analysed allows managers to make better informed decisions on extraction and logistics operations to ensure operational efficiency and safety whilst controlling cost. Alazen can assist by aggregating this data and making it available to the right person at the right time.
According to the WHO by 2030 in excess of 60% of the world’s population will live in cities and that number is set to continue rising. As such cities need to adapt to accommodate such rapid growth; infrastructure needs to develop and services need to become smarter. Alazen is able to deliver smart data collection, monitoring and analytics to assist in city planning and optimisation of infrastructure to reduce costs and increase livability.
National borders are critical to the integrity of sovereign nations and are the first impression for visitors to a country. Alazen is able to provide smart solutions for border surveillance and monitoring along with biometric and crowd flow solutions to ensure smooth border control and immigration.
Infrastructure and utilities are the backbone of modern society and are critical to the maintenance of the global economy. Alazen is able to provide data collection and monitoring to inform managers on the status of utility networks, identify usage and generation trends and ensure the integrity of critical infrastructure through real time predictive monitoring and proven simulation systems.
Technological advances mean that volumes of information can be transmitted from vehicles. Organisations with large ﬂeets in disparate locations increasingly seek to manage ever increasing amounts of data, and receive real-time information on the state of vehicles, their occupants and cargo.
Ports and coastal areas are seen as the most vulnerable points to a nation’s security. The presence of large numbers of vessels – some identiﬁed, some not – plus coastal critical national infrastructure render it a challenging environment to monitor without disrupting the normal ﬂow of people, goods and commerce.
Transport and Logistics
Assuring goods, people, vehicles and facilities are in perfect sync with schedules, workﬂows and deadlines is a ﬁne tuned art. Technology has made huge advances in recent years allowing logistics professionals and public transit operators the power to optimise scheduling in ways that were never before possible.
Airports present highly dynamic environments, with large ﬂows of aircraft, vehicles, cargo and people passing through crowded facilities with diﬀerent levels of secure zones. Hundreds of third-party suppliers come on and oﬀ site, creating a complex operating environment with a vast number of key inputs and variables.
Medical and Healthcare
Hospitals are highly connected environments with tightly restricted zones and sensitive high-value equipment. There is a constant 24-hour ﬂow of visitors, staﬀ and service providers which add to the confusion.