Building Enterprise-grade IoT Architectures for Digital Transformation

WSO2

IoT and mobile computing are at the heart of many organization’s digital transformation initiatives. Together, these technologies are enabling enterprises to innovate new business models and solutions that enhance customer and partner interactions, optimize supply chain logistics, and improve operational efficiency. WSO2 IoT Server offers an extensible framework for device manufacturers to write plugins for various types of devices they wish to integrate with. It also features enterprise mobility management for enterprises looking to manage employees’ mobile devices.
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Spotlight

The power of the Internet of Things (IoT) comes from extracting and exploiting process, business, and customer data that are locked inside enterprises. Inside devices, inside machines, inside infrastructure. These data boost the productivity of human and capital assets, enhance visibility into processes, help secure enterprises against attack, and drive profitability by identifying new business opportunities. The IoT value cycle explores how IoT data can improve operations by optimizing four parameters: visibility, security, profitability, and productivity. Enhanced visibility is achieved by securely connecting all data sources to processes, using algorithms to extract value.


OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

DESIGNING SUCCESS IN YOUR IOT PRODUCT

webinara

Come hear from two renowned experts in IoT and digital product design. Hosted by Mark Schindler, Managing Director of GroupVisual.io with special guest David Rose, author of Enchanted Objects: Design, Human Desire, and the Internet of Things, this 1-hour webinar will cover how IoT companies can succeed in a competitive marketplace. The success of any IoT product rides on the user experience. See examples of innovation at the intersection of IoT and UI/UX design, and learn from companies who struggled in the market, despite having advanced technology.
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Webinar: A New Supply Chain for a Smarter World – How IoT and Smart Devices are Changing the Interaction Between Suppliers and Customers

ModusLink

The proliferation of IoT and smart devices in all aspects of life presents companies with new opportunities and new ways of engaging with customers and consumers. Gartner predicts 2016 will see 6.4 billion IoT devices used around the world. A staggering number that offers value and opportunity for manufactures and global supply chain vendors.
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Forecasting 2018: An insider’s look to the future of IoT

Aeris Communications

With IoT still experiencing growing pains, predicting its future can be guesswork at best. Join us for this January 16 webinar where IoT subject matter experts peer into the crystal ball and expand on some of their IoT visions for the near future. Moderated by Christina Richards, VP, Global Marketing, Aeris, this webinar will present viewpoints, discuss upcoming IoT directions, innovations, and challenges, and enable audience participation via a Q&A session. All is possible at this future-leaning webinar. Here are a few tidbits.
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IoT 2.0 – Sensor Innovation Moves From “Smart” to “Intelligent”

SensorexUSA

Sensors are crucial to making technology natural, intuitive, and immersive for humans. Sensors are also the foundational elements needed to help evolve many different application areas, particularly in the Internet of Things (IoT) market. In this Pre-Conference Symposium, we will explore how this technology is applied to specific sub-vertical domains in the IoT space, specifically examining how the sensors are enabling the evolution from “smart” systems to becoming “intelligent” systems. Some of the sub-verticals that will be examined are: wearables, smart buildings, and automotive. This Webinar provides a sneak preview of the full-day Pre-Conference Symposium that will be taking place at this year's Sensors Expo in San Jose. Attendees of this webinar will explore the impact to consumer spending and retail markets, and how other companies can capitalize on the trend to develop more “intelligent” systems.
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Spotlight

The power of the Internet of Things (IoT) comes from extracting and exploiting process, business, and customer data that are locked inside enterprises. Inside devices, inside machines, inside infrastructure. These data boost the productivity of human and capital assets, enhance visibility into processes, help secure enterprises against attack, and drive profitability by identifying new business opportunities. The IoT value cycle explores how IoT data can improve operations by optimizing four parameters: visibility, security, profitability, and productivity. Enhanced visibility is achieved by securely connecting all data sources to processes, using algorithms to extract value.

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