Asavie at Work

Howard Energy Partners: Securing mining infrastructure from cyberthreats

Howard Energy Partners selected Asavie IoT Connect as their preferred IoT security solution, to protect their mission critical routers from the potential of attack from the ever increasing volume of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) and ransomware threats from rogue actors targeting critical national infrastructure such as oil and gas fields.

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CardiLink: Delivering Life Saving Connectivity

CardiLink chose Asavie IoT Connect™ for its secure and private connectivity, whereby
distributed AED endpoints are authorized and authenticated into an isolated private network enabling secure access to the CardiLink medical device monitoring service.

Read how Asavie provides Card-Link with connectivity that adheres to medical data regulation laws.

Glanbia: Enhancing the performance of the nutrition industry

Core to any food manufacturing operation is the need to guarantee the reliability and security of data feeds to and from in-plant manufacturing execution systems to its field force. Diagnostic insights gained help optimize manufacturing efficiencies and legislative requirements are adhered by monitoring cold storage refrigeration trucks transporting food ingredients and products. Read how Asavie enables Glanbia optimize its food supply chain processing.

City Transport Authority: Connecting a sustainable transport system for a greener future with IoT

The private IoT connectivity off the public internet, ensures that the CTA remains free from the unwanted attention of cyberterrorism. In addition, the network insights helped to identify devices that are exhibiting abnormal behavior, on which corrective action could be taken.

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Enel X, leverages Asavie, to securely scale energy demand response services across 1000s of industrial sites 

Enel X is among the largest providers of energy intelligence software and services for commercial, institutional, and industrial customers, as well as electric power grid operators and utilities. 

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Retail: Enabling Predictive Maintenance to Go

Retail outlets are racing to implement a “connected store” IoT strategy in order to reduce maintenance costs and increase the efficiencies of its retail operations. Apart from the need to comply with financial regulations for the capture and use of consumers’ financial details, the stores need to also ensure that their machines are protected from potential DDoS attacks.
Learn how Asavie connects a leading global coffee chain’s machines.


Solo Energy is a new ‘energy- storage-as-a-service’ utility business. FlexiGrid is a cloud- based software platform, that controls and aggregates battery storage systems, including both static batteries and Electric Vehicles, to create a distributed energy storage network operating as a centrally controllable Virtual Power Plant, delivering savings to consumers and valuable services to the power system operators and electricity suppliers alike.

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Industrial IoT: Convergence through Intelligent Networks

The amalgamation of Information Technology and Operation Technology, promises significant advantages in terms of productivity and predictive maintenance for IIoT. However, the challenge for many is how to seamlessly connect and reliably aggregate data from these unique systems to a single data store for analytics which will be used for operational efficiencies.
Find out how Asavie connects Industry.

Emergency Services: Securing first responders

The ability to securely access live data in the field and feed it seamlessly to the first responder is critical to make informed decisions en-route or on-site at the incident. The challenge for the first responder IT team is the complexity and cost of deploying a network which is scalable and can securely aggregate live data feeds from the field, which are accessible by the first responder.
Find out how Asavie securely connects first responders.

FinTech: Innovation for the connected consumer

Many financial institutions are embracing the Internet of Things to enable service differentiation of product offerings to the connected consumer. A key challenge faced in the financial sector is the reliability and security of the data being collected and stored in the cloud.
Find out how Asavie helps the financial services sector connect its subscribers

Automotive. Driving Data to where it’s needed

The global automotive industry has revolutionized the in-car experience through bundled services of infotainment and telemetry. A key challenge for the automotive maker is the ability to deliver global connectivity, that can segregate infotainment streams from telemetry data. This helps to reduce costs but more importantly prevent churn on the telemetry services. Find out how Asavie connects the automotive industry.

LEEDS LIBRARY SERVICE : Managed tablets lending for a 100% Digital Leeds

Leeds City Council program, “100% Digital Leeds”, is creating an innovative social movement for digital inclusion, mobilizing support in communities across the city to reach the people who need the most help to develop digital confidence and skills: whether older people, those seeking employment, or those suffering from poor health. Leeds Library service are leading this digital inclusion program and offer a tablet lending service built on Asavie Moda and IBM MaaS360 for customers who are not currently digitally included.

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Gray Line deployed a solution combining high-end cellular routers from Cradlepoint to provide Wi-Fi connectivity and Asavie Moda to manage a safe internet experience on board. Since implementing the solution, Gray Line has been able to achieve better visibility and control of their mobile data costs while ensuring the internet experience it offers its passengers remains safe and positive.

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Safe Haven is the second largest dealer for ADT in the US employing 1,500 staff in 50 satellite offices. They use Asavie Moda to gain visibility and control of mobile device usage across their workforce. The company has re-defined what it means to use the mobile device as a work tool and has gained the buy-in from employees who understand the benefits of this approach. Additionally, they are seeing significant savings in their mobile data bills on the back of the reduced data consumption already achieved.

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Globeleq is a UK-based company, powering Africa’s growth through the development and operation of utility scale power plants. The company currently owns and operates nearly 1,300 MW across 8 different power plants in Cote d’Ivoire, Cameroon, Tanzania, South Africa and Kenya.

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Taurus Technologies, an innovative Audio-Visual commercial integrator based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, deployed Asavie Moda as a flexible mobility management solution to enhance security and avoid data overages. Leveraging Asavie, they experienced significant improvements in the productivity of their workforce by limiting access to distractions such as gaming and online sports.

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Field Force: In-vehicle Mobile Management

Drivers are amongst the most mobile employees in any industry. They need to constantly pull and push information to their mobile devices such as customer data, maps, and much more. In doing this they need to comply with company rules. For example, not accessing adult content, and accidentally connecting to malicious and unsecure sites. Furthermore, overuse of mobile data can lead to excessive data costs.
Read more about how Asavie helps in-vehicle mobile control.

Airline: Onboard solutions for digitized cockpit

Airlines are deploying electronic flight bags (EFBs) for its pilots as part of a “paperless cockpit” initiative. These EFBs help flight crews perform flight management tasks more easily and efficiently with less paper. Using these devices, some staff unwittingly access malicious and unsecure sites and inappropriate content. This results in large overages especially whilst roaming from the mobile devices.
Learn more about Asavie’s Electronic Flight Bag solution.

Legal: Secure Legal Workforce on the Move

Law firms must ensure their lawyers have access to the relevant information while meeting stringent privacy and security requirements.  Lawyers need access to time management billing systems, but also standard confidential communication from any device. And there needs to be a failsafe way to ensure all data on a device cannot be stolen. With this increased use of mobile data from client sites, law firms are experiencing large overages.
See how Asavie helps legal firms manage their mobile estate.

Medtech: Next generation mobility for healthcare

Healthcare professionals need access to patient records, hospital reports, and billing systems- from anywhere on any device. Furthermore, they must comply with regulatory and compliance requirements to ensure all patient data is secure and nothing malicious can control what it accesses or accesses it.
Learn how Asavie protects medical practitioners mobile devices

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