A lightweight, secure access device for high density connectivity. The Gateway is the Sensor Fabric™ connection to the Cloudleaf Cloud Platform, creating scalability, link redundancy, and spectral diversity.
A lightweight, powered gateway, for micro-location at critical workflow areas and zones. Zone Sensors enable micro location at critical workflow areas and zones. Zones can then be stitched together to create travel paths or workflows for a continuous record.
A lightweight, battery-operated micro-location gateway, able to be deployed with zero wiring in a matter of minutes. Zones can then be stitched together to create travel paths or workflows for a continuous record.
Cloudleaf was featured in the annual industry report by MHI and Deloitte, for its advances in cold chain visibility solutions. According to the report, supply chains of the future will be digital, connected, collaborative, always-on, transparent and driven by forward-looking analytics. The report highlights which areas of technology are providing the greatest areas of innovation as well as case studies to help illustrate them. Highlights from the report: “Cloud Computing is ranked as the highest category of adoption for next generation supply chain adoption, followed by Sensors and Automatic Identification.” “The attributes of NextGen supply chains stem from a...
See how Cloudleaf's patented technology is enabling Cold Chain Visibility with Sensors and Internet of Things. In an increasingly digital world, supply chains are the backbone of an information ecosystem in which a connected and carefully coordinated set of movements and actions must be tracked at every level in order to maximize efficiency and meet customer demands for increased flexibility, visibility, and transparency.
Cloudleaf live from the tradeshow floor of MODEX 2018, the largest manufacturing and supply chain expo.
Cloudleaf Sensor Network and Securing The IoT Grid
Cloudleaf is proud to sponsor the panel discussion at ReadWrite IoT Revolution Series at Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. Cloudleaf Sensor Network and Securing the IoT Grid. IoT criminals stretch from Superpowers to “kids on a mission”. How are we going to protect the grid?
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Supply Chain of the Future
Supply Chain of the Future at IPC 2018 Annual Meeting. By harnessing the power of our supply chain data, made available continuously and in real-time using IoT, we can enhance the customer experience in ways that seemed impossible not too long ago.
Smart Manufacturing Innovation
Find out how advanced technologies developed by Energy.gov will make U.S. manufacturing more productive, energy efficient, and competitive.
Digital Transformation (3 of 3) – The Future
Digital Transformation, The Future. The future of IoT is in creating asset control systems, matching digital management with physical architecture of manufacturing plants.
Digital Transformation (2 of 3) – The Here and Now
Digital Transformation, The Here and Now. IoT for business: purchasing an outcome vs. equipment. A paradigm shift.
Cloudleaf’s connectivity devices and cloud-native applications aim to make IIoT a breeze. The company’s portfolio of sensors, gateways, cloud technologies and purpose-built applications are designed to allow industrial enterprises to easily implement an IoT network to monitor supply chains.
In a February 2018 report by 451 Research titled, “Cloudleaf’s Connectivity Devices and Cloud-Native Applications Aim to Make IIot a Breeze,” Christian Renaud and Jeremy Korn discuss how the ‘digital transformation’ of industrial networks has outpaced actual implementation, especially in brownfield environments. Highlights from the report: “The intertwined problems of interoperability, cost and security often prevent companies from realizing their industrial IoT (IIoT) plans. Cloudleaf seeks to address these entrenched complexities with its portfolio of cloud-connected gateways and sensors. The company’s comprehensive ‘edge-to-cloud’ offering allows industrial enterprises to quickly and cheaply upgrade their manufacturing and distribution processes, resulting in...
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is characterized by a range of new technologies that are fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds, impacting all disciplines, economies and industries, and even challenging ideas about what it means to be human.
IoT in Supply Chain Management
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and supply chain management (SCM) have gone hand-in-hand for quite some time, but the IoT revolution will allow us to enhance those solutions by intelligently connecting people, processes, data, and things via devices and sensors.
Living with the Internet of Things
Living with the Internet of Things. Roberti, founder and editor of RFID Journal, put these new technologies into the context of our daily lives, explained why he believes mass adoption is just around the corner, and revealed opportunities for entrepreneurs and technologists.
Enterprises look to monitor, manage and optimize the IoT ecosystem. Nitesh Arora, the head of marketing at Cloudleaf, reveals the benefits of the divide and conquer approach to digitally transforming complex enterprise operations. “For us, the success of an IoT implementation is measured, not by the number of sensors or cloud analytics apps, but by the degree to which it provides sustainable and measurable value to society, the environment and on the bottom line.”
When it comes to tracking and monitoring an increasingly complex industry landscape, pharmaceutical supply chains pose intricate challenges to meet health and safety standards. Cloudleaf’s value-proposition represents a paradigm shift in enterprise-grade IoT adoption and usage across internal and 3rd partner facilities. By reducing IoT deployment from months to days and adoption costs to a tenth of typical IT system implementations, Cloudleaf is able to deliver immediate and sustained ROI. Highlights from the article: “Manufacturers have long known that when it comes to safety of their drugs and medical devices, errors can add up to more than law suits,...
Auto manufacturers have long been at the mercy of customized, in-house software and technology systems. With the advent of IoT, however, new possibilities are coming online as more cloud-based technology solutions can adapt across industry and company needs. Cloudleaf is a system that requires little more than an Internet connection to deploy for a variety of enterprise operations. Cloudleaf has built an integrated ‘mesh’ of IoT sensors, gateways and cloud applications designed to provide visibility over the location and condition of assets in the supply chain, with returnable automotive containers and stillages a prime use case. “Once such containers arrive...
Automotive manufacturers, traditionally bound to legacy mainframe systems, are increasingly finding that for innovative logistics improvements, the answer is often ‘yes’. California-based Cloudleaf, a startup founded in 2014, is a vendor aiming to capitalize on the demand for IoT and Cloud. Holding over 40 patents, the company has built an integrated ‘mesh’ of IoT sensors, gateways and cloud applications designed to provide visibility over the location and condition of assets in the supply chain, with returnable automotive containers and stillages a prime use case.
Making sense of the Internet of Things platform market can be a daunting task, given the sheer number of offerings available. This summer, the number of IoT platforms surged to 450, according to IoT Analytics, up from 260 two years prior. Cloudleaf, is not just another "IoT Platform". Cloudleaf is an end-to-end solution with intelligent sensors, gateways and cloud applications which deliver quick-time to value for Fortune 500 companies.
Cloudleaf Sensor Data Platform connects millions of assets and provides continuous real-time visibility into location, condition and workflows. Besides tracking location, interconnection among mobile/IoT devices, Fog Nodes and Cloud servers are creating a multi-tier pervasive communication-computing infrastructure that will one day embody billions of devices and span across elaborate hierarchies of administration and application domains.