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IoT at the edge of the world

Posted by Davra Networks • Monday, August 10, 2015

Post by: Arua Tupinambas BDE IoT at The Edge of the World Over the past two weeks the biggest Rally of Brazil was happening – Rally dos Sertoes. The cars drove from the state of Goias (central west) all the way down to Parana in the south in just eight days of racing. For those who don’t know Brazil, you could and would find extremely remote and hostile locations going down on the dirty roads th ..
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The Internet of Banks: How Banks can Leverage the Internet of Things to Improve Security and Better Serve Their Customers.

Posted by Brian McGlynn • Friday, August 07, 2015

By Nathan To (Davra Networks) The concept of modern banking has remained relatively unchanged since the Renaissance Era of the 15th century. In simple terms, banking relies on individuals or organizations to deposit money with the bank; in return, the bank pays interest on these deposits. The bank then loans these deposited funds out to other individuals or corporations. Debtors than repa ..
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Smart Connected School Bus: How School Administrators can Leverage the Internet of Things to Satisfy Parents and Students.

Posted by Brian McGlynn • Friday, July 31, 2015

By Nathan To (Davra Networks Intern) Students, Parents, and School Administrators are constantly at odds with each other. Students want a better learning environment, parents are concerned about the quality of the education their sons or daughters are receiving, while school administrators struggle to reach their demands with the limited funds on hand. As a result, students, parents, and school admini ..
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How IoT Startups Leverage International ioT Giants to Scale

Posted by Brian McGlynn • Friday, July 24, 2015

By Nathan To of Davra Networks Symbiotic relationships are one of the major foundations of biological relationships. For example, on the continent of Africa, the Oxpecker bird frequently eats ticks of a Hippopotamus’s back. The Oxpecker benefits from this because it is a relatively easy source of food; at the same time, the hippopotamus also benefits  ..
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Young Guns, havin some fun ……..

Posted by Paul Glynn • Friday, July 10, 2015

Continuing on with our series of blogs from the younger generation here in Davra, we’ve decided this month to add some international flair to the proceedings with Arua Tupinambas, our BDE for Latin America. Arua joined us last year straight from college so so he’s been immersed in the Internet of Things for essentially his entire career which gives him a unique perspective on the technology and how  ..
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How Fleets Can Leverage the Internet of Things to Reduce Operating Costs, Increase Safety and Go Green

Posted by Brian McGlynn • Thursday, July 09, 2015

Written by Nathan To - Davra Networks Background: Telematics for fleet vehicle management applications can trace its roots back to companies wanting to track their fleet’s location in order to better monitor the fleet and get a clearer picture of what their vehicles were doing in the field. This was made possible with the introduction of cost effective civilian GPS technology in the 1990 ..
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Don't listen to me, I have nothing interesting to say

Posted by Paul Glynn • Thursday, June 25, 2015

I recently attended an IOT seminar here in Dublin where the speaker stated that at least 80% of the audience were 'digital immigrants', that they had not been born into the digital age but instead had arrived here at some point later in their life. That got me thinking about my blog and whether the ramblings of a 43 year old who's first experience of technology was a ZX Spectrum with 48k of memory are really tha ..
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The Return of the 500lb Gorilla or “Why Cisco Intercloud is one of the most surprising benefits of our new partnership”

Posted by Paul Glynn • Monday, June 15, 2015

A couple of weeks ago I spoke about how our inclusion in the Cisco pricelist had done more for our sales opportunities in an 8 week time period than we had managed to do since we started the company. At that stage I was still marveling at the sheer speed at which we had racked up over $9M in quoted business when it had taken us a significant chunk of the previous 4 years to get that number past the $1M mark and a ..
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New partnership with Cognitive Networks

Posted by • Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Davra Networks are delighted to announce their partnership with Cognitive Networks, one of Australia's leading providers of IoT and automation technology solutions to the Industrial, Utility and O&G Industry. "Having Cognitive Networks on board as a partner in the Australasian region gives Davra a depth of local knowledge and industry expertise that would have t ..
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The power of a 500lb Gorilla and the Internet of Things

Posted by Paul Glynn • Friday, April 17, 2015

Those of you who have been following me for the past few years will know that Davra are one of those annoying little upstarts trying to take over the world of IOT. Our RuBANtm AEP Platform has proven extremely successful with customers and partners alike mainly due to our ability to innovate and provide a flexible solution that suits their needs. Our small size allows us to be nimble and react to market trends  ..
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