Smart City: Brand Enhancement with IoT


Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, (CVG) is using IoT strategy to enhance its brand, improve collaboration with its staff and improve travelers’ experiences. Of all the touch points in an airport, travelers are most likely to encounter the restrooms. Expectations for cleanliness are high, which is why CVG adopted an IoT strategy to monitor inventory and peak activity to provide the traveler with the best possible restroom experience.

The airport also targeted other key traveler experiences like the train that moves travelers from terminal to terminal. By implementing IoT technology in the train, the facility is able to communicate accurate train schedules to travelers, easing anxiety and improving the experience. This is just the beginning. To hear more about these projects and applications, click here to register for the upcoming webinar.

“IoT is challenging, and business value is sometimes hard to identify,” said Brandon Cannaday, CPO, Losant, and webinar panelist. “CVG’s POC-to-Production strategy has proved to be a successful technique that any organization can learn from.”

What attendees will learn:
By adopting IoT Solutions, you can improve your critical business processes.
That IoT benefits are real and can include enhanced operations, efficient processes, and numerous brand enhancements.
How to improve your inventory management with Intelligent Replenishment.

Who should attend:
Product Managers looking to enhance their product with IoT.
Software Engineers/Architects looking to evaluate IoT platform capabilities.
Business leaders looking to adopt IoT and have questions about getting started.

Stephen Saunders
Sr. Manager Terminal Operations
Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)

Brandon Cannaday
Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer

Ken Briodagh
IoT Editorial Director
IoT Evolution World

Click here to register now.

Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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