We are proud to be a trusted adviser to some of the biggest automotive, aerospace, communications and utilities companies in the world, offering in-depth knowledge of the sectors in which we operate and the challenges that customers face, at every level of the organisation. Our solutions are based on powerful enterprise platforms, supported by a range of customer-led applications, that use location to deliver a real-time digital twin of our customer’s physical operations, proven to drive quality, increase productivity, manage complexity and reduce costs.
Aerospace and Defence
Digital transformation is driving a fundamental change in the Aerospace, Defence and MRO sectors. By focusing on their culture, processes and tools, companies will leverage new technologies to become smarter, more productive and lay the foundations for greater competitiveness in a digital world.
Connecting manufacturing systems to real-world business process is fundamental to realising this vision and with SmartSpace, OEMs and MROs can close a fundamental data-gap between their production systems and the real-world physical activities that drive their product and value creation.Read more
Automotive - Commercial Vehicles
Rapid advances in the internet of things and analytics are reshaping the agricultural and heavy machinery industries, requiring OEMs to innovate through technology leadership, data analytics and building new business capabilities. In so doing, OEMs will find new ways to reduce costs, create new value streams for customers and increase the quality of their products and services.
Connecting manufacturing systems to real-world business process is fundamental to realising this vision, and with SmartSpace OEMs can close a fundamental data-gap between their production systems and the real-world physical activities that drive their product and value creation.
Automotive - Passenger Vehicles
The passenger vehicle industry is undergoing unprecedented change, driven by consumer choice and the growing demand for electric and hybrid vehicles. Driven by transformative digital technologies, the factory of the future will need to be flexible, standardised and efficient to maintain or grow competitive advantage.
Such smart factories will allow production to respond faster to global market fluctuations and changing, even more individual customer demand. Digital process chains will mean efficient inventory control, with products, parts and components visible and identifiable anytime and anywhere. Flexible and more efficient production processes will support shorter innovation cycles and allow introduction of new product innovations into model series in the shortest possible time
Connecting manufacturing systems to real-world business process is fundamental to realising this vision, and with SmartSpace OEMs can close a fundamental data-gap between their production systems and the real-world physical activities that drive their product and value creation.Read more
Rapid advances in the internet of things and analytics are reshaping the manufacturing industry, requiring manufacturing companies to innovate through technology leadership, data analytics and building new business capabilities.In so doing, manufacturers will find new ways to reduce costs, create new value streams for customers and increase the quality of their products and services.
Connecting manufacturing systems to real-world business process is fundamental to realising this vision, and with SmartSpace manufacturers can close a fundamental data-gap between their production systems and the real-world physical activities that drive their product and value creation.Read more
Communications Service Providers are operating in highly competitive markets, with streaming video and other data hungry applications driving huge investments in multi-year, next-generation fiber network rollouts. Their challenge is to scale their processes to execute this transformation of their infrastructure in very aggressive timeframes in a cost effective manner, while maintaining service performance, reliability and customer satisfaction.
Electric utilities are constantly challenged with delivering power reliably and safely to their customers, providing high quality customer service, and effectively managing assets. These challenges are made more difficult with an accelerating rate of change on the network related to transition to smart grid with roll-out of smart meters, and managing distributed generation, renewables and emerging electrification of transport.Read more
Gas utilities deliver an essential service to their residential and commercial customers, and their challenge is to deliver that service safely, reliably and efficiently in a challenging regulatory environment. They need to effectively manage their asset lifecycle and work practices in order to demonstrate compliance and ensure safety of their workforce.Read more
The Partners We Work With
Our global network of partners offer a wide range of expertise and knowledge in their specialist areas and as Ubisense partners help to deliver innovative location-enabled solutions to customers across the world.Read More
What our clients say
In May 2017 we began a feasibility study on Ubisense products in Thailand. We were of the view that the latest information technology based on Ubisense market-leading RTLS technology would attract the potential demand for breakthrough improvement in the production and logistics operations across the region.
We soon recognized that it would make sense to bring in Ubisense products to further enhance the competitive edge of various industries in Thailand.
Ryoichi Sasaki, founder of Logiprotech and ex President of Toyota Motor Thailand and President of Toyota Motor Asia-Pacific
Kris Boccio, VP Systems Development & GIS at Zayo, said “The advantages of putting powerful but easy to use Inventory Maps into the hands of the right staff are tremendous. But this means that we have to simplify the app and user experience in order to avoid the complexities associated with traditional GIS solutions that have prevented progress in this area. The key consumers of the new Inventory Map would be network and field operations teams who require instant access to critical network and customer information, 24x7, enabling them to respond to issues quickly and effectively. A future phase will be to make the inventory map available to Zayo’s customers as an embedded part of the company’s Tranzact platform.”
Dave Haydon at Outboard said: “We’ve been using Ubisense’s technology for a number of years now and it gives our systems unparalleled precision when tracking performers around the stage. It’s been great working with Finnish National Opera (FNO) and the New National Theatre in Tokyo, two establishments that demand high-quality solutions to deliver their audiences the very best in sound quality. ”
“We have used myWorld to put processes in place that have truly saved us a lot of time, a lot of effort and a lot of money”, Director Network Inventory and User Experience at leading communications company
Stacey Kilroy, Integrity Management and Pipeline Safety Coordinator at Unitil, said: “The team at Ubisense has been receptive to new product ideas and delivering a product that supports the specific needs of the gas utility industry. We are committed to the communities we serve and developing practices and technologies that lead to more reliable, efficient energy, a promise which we are confident that Ubisense will help us to deliver. I look forward to our continued partnership.”
Russ Atkins, senior vice president of engineering at Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO), a subsidiary of NiSource Inc., said: “Our customers depend on a reliable source of electricity, and we have to be prepared for outages caused by storms or other emergency scenarios. myWorld Damage Assessment helps to empower our employees in the office and the field to better communicate and share information in near real-time. With this technology we will have increased visibility about damaged areas and infrastructure to make swift, informed decisions that will help streamline the restoration processes.”