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Machine Learning: Why Your Enterprise Should Care

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Machine learning is having a heyday right now, acting as a fundamental part of many products and services that define 21st century life ranging from the audacious to the mundane.

How RFID is Making the IoT More Agile and Aware

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RFID – short for Radio Frequency Identification – is a technology that allows information that’s been encoded in small, often completely unpowered tags to be read by scanning devices using radio waves.

How Does Blockchain Fit into the IoT?

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You might know blockchain from its (much maligned) association with cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and various ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings). But blockchain is really much more than that.

What is IoT Device Management?

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Whether they’re moving past data warehouses to building data lakes, adding edge computing to their existing cloud computing architecture, or just asking your more detailed data to help create more targeted, customer-centric ad campaigns, the IoT is disruption-in-a-box.

How IoT is Helping To Reinvent Production Systems

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The Internet of Things is disrupting every aspect of retail, design, manufacturing, sales, and consumer space. So it’s no surprise that the rise of IoT is making itself felt within production systems in the manufacturing environment.

Latest Version of Canopy Brings Changes To Device Details and Location Details Pages

| By Banyan Hills Technologies

We have released a new version of Canopy that includes updates to both the Device Details and the Location Details pages in order to make the KPI graphs easier to read and to improve the organization of the data.

How Edge Computing Will Enhance the IoT

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Recently, you might have started to hear a new term: Edge computing. And because it’s a trending buzzword, you might think it represents a sea change in the way we approach some aspect of computing. But if anything, it’s a bit of a throwback, like the IT version of disco or flared jeans.

What is LoRaWAN?

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There are some exciting developments afoot in the world of wireless networking. After all, with applications for the Internet of Things limited to a large degree by the ability of the “things” – sensors, controllers, actuators, and so on – to communicate effectively with the IoT platform, wireless is the watchword in 2019.

An Executive’s Overview of IoT Platforms

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An Internet of Things project is composed of lots of moving parts. Sometimes, in fact, the parts are literally moving.

How IoT Analytics are Transforming Manufacturing

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The Internet of Things is a perfect fit for the universe of manufacturing; no matter what products are being made or who the customer is, the IoT offers a wealth of data that can be leveraged for significant returns on investment.

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More Canopy Features

Our IoT platform helps you achieve your business goals

Dashboard

Canopy provides an operator with a centralized web portal.

Operations

A feature-rich user interface to help manage the implementation.

Facilities

Track customizable, detailed information about your locations.

Devices

Track information on all of your connected devices.

Customers

Canopy has customer relationship management (CRM) capabilities.

Transactions

Monitor and manage device transactions and revenue.

Payments

Securely transact from a device via your chosen processor.

Inventory

Gain visibility into your inventory levels across the network.

IoT Campaigns

Automate tasks through an easy-to-use framework.

Marketing

Create rich marketing campaigns that deliver promotional content.

Incidents

Canopy provides an integrated incident management solution.

Reports

Canned and analytic reporting capabilities are available.

“We knew we needed this from day one. It’s an enterprise class solution that’s going to allow us to monitor a fleet of these things across the country and have that real-time visibility.”
Eric Hoersten
Swing King co-founder and COO/CTO

Awards and Recognition

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Latest News and Media

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Press Releases

The Posiflex Group (including Posiflex, KIOSK Information Systems, and Portwell), announced a highly strategic partnership with Banyan Hills Technologies. 

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Banyan Hills Technologies today announced that it has partnered with M&M Systems to provide industrial refrigeration facility owners and operators ...

Articles

Steve Latham, CEO and founder of Banyan Hills Technologies, penned an article for Industry Today about how global operations can ...

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Integrations with several 3rd-party APIs and applications

Use third-party data in your KPIs and your IoT campaigns.

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Resources For Learning About the Internet of Things

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Machine Learning: Why Your Enterprise Should Care

Machine learning is having a heyday right now, acting as a fundamental part of many products and services that define 21st century life ranging from the audacious to the mundane.

Read more
Woman tracking GPS in a smart city.
How IoT Will Enable the Smart Cities of the Future

IoT technology can improve the quality of life of citizens, save public money, and help governments do more with fewer resources.

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How Small Businesses Can Benefit from IoT Technology

There’s a myth that big technology initiatives need to be championed by big enterprises. Don’t buy into that narrative.

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How RFID is Making the IoT More Agile and Aware

RFID – short for Radio Frequency Identification – is a technology that allows information that’s been encoded in small, often completely unpowered tags to be read by scanning devices using radio waves.

Read more
How Does Blockchain Fit into the IoT?

You might know blockchain from its (much maligned) association with cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and various ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings). But blockchain is really much more than that.

Read more
What is IoT Device Management?

Whether they’re moving past data warehouses to building data lakes, adding edge computing to their existing cloud computing architecture, or just asking your more detailed data to help create more targeted, customer-centric ad campaigns, the IoT is disruption-in-a-box.

Read more