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Published on May 27, 2015
At the Asset Management Council Annual Conference AMPEAK in Sydney SAP demonstrated the Internet of Things in action. Malcolm Yeoman and Thorsten Freitag demonstrated their smart train set connected into the SAP IoT HANA Cloud platform. The wooden track has sensors that detect the location of the train and raise a fault if a piece of track is removed. The train is filled with accelerometer sensors (measuring inclination, roll and vibration), battery load monitor and wifi connectivity. The train and track sensor data is processed by a Rasberry Pi module attached to the table and streamed in real time to the SAP IoT HANA Cloud Platform. SAP Fiori dashboards provide mobile dashboard access to real time information feeds. The train throttle is controlled via a tablet and it is automatically stopped when a fault is detected. Faults also trigger alerts on a smart watch with situational information sent to the operators phone. A work order is created referencing the fault data and is available for the operator to process via their Vuzix augmented reality glasses. When the fault is corrected the sensors update the asset status in real time and the train is ready to roll again.