With over 25 years spent in the telco and networks arena, of which 19 years have been spent in wired and wireless telecommunications networks and software systems, Neil Talgeri brings a wealth of connected device knowledge to CNIguard.
Sentir, a new condition monitoring system developed by CNIguard, is defining the solution to prevent and mitigate manhole events, a utility problem that occurs more often than most may think.
Join CNIguard at IEEE PES Transmission & Distribution Exposition in Denver and explore the industry’s signature show for future energy innovations.
With a strategy to grow the business in North America and across Europe, CNIguard has appointed global sales specialist, Claus Petersen who joins the UK team based in London.
Join us at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the world’s largest mobile event, where the industry gathers to foster new ideas and discuss the innovations changing the mobile communications landscape.
In line with our policy of continued investment in R&D and ongoing product improvement, we’re delighted to announce that our Manhole Monitoring System (MMS) – which is already successfully deployed as V1.0 with a number of customers – has been updated, released and is now being delivered with significant additional functionality.
Following a period of consolidation, we are delighted to announce our expansion into new corporate offices at 241 West 37th Street in New York City’s midtown area to accommodate rapid company growth.
You’ve no doubt come across Big Data Analytics but what are Edge Data Analytics? Seen as a quick win in terms of data resulting from IIOT (the Industrial Internet of Things), it means deploying advanced analytics solutions “at the edge” rather than at Enterprise level.
According to London Mayor, Sadiq Khan: “Increasing investment in new infrastructure is essential to supporting new growth and jobs in the decades ahead, particularly as Britain leaves the European Union.”
In October, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the FBI issued a warning to critical infrastructure companies in nuclear power, energy, water, aviation and the critical manufacturing sectors to be on the look-out for “highly targeted” staged attacks using poorly protected networks of trusted ‘third parties’.