Proving the Business Case for the Internet of Things

Kellton introduces IoT-enabled AI platform for energy sector

Steve Rogerson
February 13, 2018

India-based Kellton Tech is expanding its presence in the energy vertical with an IoT-enabled AI platform that enables remote monitoring of real-time data from various energy assets and resources at multiple locations.
Its architecture provides communications between human and machine at any point in time with the help of smart IoT devices, streamlining and improving operations. The technology is based on predictive and prescriptive analytics and allows companies to make smarter, faster and informed decisions. It also ensures operational efficiency, increased use of assets and reduction in downtime.
“The global market for IoT in energy and utility sector is expected to reach $59.9bn by 2022,” said Niranjan Chintam, chairman of Hyderabad-based Kellton Tech. “The IoT enabled AI platform is another milestone in Kellton Tech’s journey which aims at providing end-to-end solutions for greater business value to our clients. We are continuously enhancing our capabilities through investments in new emerging technologies, partnerships and skills to deliver exceptional customer value and operational excellence, and drive industry disruption.”
Kellton Tech is a publicly listed IT services organisation. It is headquartered in Hyderabad and has development centres in the USA and India. It employs 1400 people worldwide.