“If you can measure it, you can manage it.” If this statement starts being implemented in California,it would go a long way to solving the dramatic water shortage the state is facing. This is also the driving vision behind Ayyeka’s water measurement solution. When Ayyeka’s Director of Business Development, Sivan Cohen, P.E., was living in […]
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Ayyeka is starting its very own blog to share what we find fascinating in the world of remote infrastructure monitoring. Firstly – introductions! Ayyeka is an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) startup using our expertise in civil, electrical, and computer engineering to create smart remote infrastructure monitoring products. Why are we developing on the IIoT […]
Our water, energy and other critical infrastructure systems are becoming smarter, more sophisticated and more digitized. Unfortunately, this also makes them more vulnerable to more frequent and sophisticated cyber threats. Ayyeka’s CTO Yair Poleg explains how infrastructure can be protected in this brave new world. The battles of the future will be fought, at least […]
California’s water shortage crisis is being discussed and addressed on a number of fronts. Before bringing solutions, it’s important to understand where lays the greatest potential for bringing more available water into California’s water systems. “There are basically two options to create more water availability – increase supply or reduce demand,” explains Ayyeka’s VP of […]
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the major buzz-words flying around the technology sector these days. Add to the mix some other buzz words – namely, big data, analytics, and data science – and you have yourself a veritable sea of jargon. It is practically impossible to steer clear of over-used words, right? […]
As Ayyeka’s Business Development Manager, I had the pleasure of representing our company in a recent panel discussion at IDC Herzliya: “Startup Companies in the Environment and Internet of Thing (IoT) Space,” which was moderated by Dr. Oren Zuckerman, Director of the Media Innovation Lab. The topics of the discussion included: the conflict between human disposition […]
Measuring the value of physical assets can be tricky. Valuation models for companies are arguably more art than science. What about the value of something nebulous such as data? The intrinsic value of data is nil. Data’s extrinsic value is revealed only after processing it. Once analyzing bits and bytes reveals patterns and anomalies, value […]
The inspiration for Ayyeka began about seven years ago when two friends, Ariel Stern and Yair Poleg, decided to spend their free time in a dusty old garage developing a new technology. The two engineers sat huddled next to space heaters trying to invent a revolutionary product. The result was the founding of Ayyeka. Both […]
The Wavelet Demo Kit offers an end-to-end solution for real-time measurement of water temperature. The Kit includes temperature transmitter and 3-ft cable. The temperature transmitter can monitor temperature changes of water and gas flowing through a pipe, such as into a cooling tower or to monitor temperature of water used in industrial treatment and processing. […]
After I finished volunteering at an Israeli children’s home, it was clear that I wanted to return to this wonderful country. However, I needed to complete my bachelor’s degree in Germany before I could come back to Israel. I chose to major in business administration and environmental studies at a unique German environmental university. As […]
Ayyeka simplifies delivering data from remote infrastructure and assets. Creating smart networks with Ayyeka’s hardware-enabled Data-as-a-Service solution is streamlined and secure. With Ayyeka, users can collect data using any sensor, over any communications network, and integrate with any SCADA or software platform. In a data-driven world, Ayyeka provides the technology operators need to operate at the cutting edge.