Digital Field Service for JD Edwards with IoT Orchestrator

Ephlux

Gartner have predicted that within 2 years , 5% of customer service cases will be autonomously initiated in a hyper-connected world with more and smarter ‘things’ that connect to the internet. Modern field service solutions need to be built on an Internet of Things (IoT) -ready platform capable of dealing with, and making optimal use of, the huge increase in connections and data volumes that are a result of this trend. They also need to connect seamlessly with the core ERP processes to keep the service policies, inventory, cost accounting and billing to remain in synch in the real-time.
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Spotlight

By the time you finish reading this infographic, there will be 3,810 new devices connected to the internet of things. That’s because there are 328 million devices being connected to the internet each month. It’s also why researchers estimate that there are going to be 50 billion devices connected by 2020. In fact, the future looks very different as we adopt to these technological trends. Already, 71% of Americans using wearable technology claim that it has improved their overall health and fitness. Imagine what will happen with more immersive analytics, a preventative mindset, more metrics of useful health functions and integration into the health system.


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Leading with Data: Unlocking the Value of Connected Products

Ayla Networks

This webcast discusses strategies for using the data generated by smart products to create operational efficiencies, brand differentiation, and new partnerships. The massive amounts of data available from connected devices give companies in-depth knowledge of consumer behavior based on actual product usage. As more smart products enter the home, companies that can capture the value of that data generated by these devices will have a significant competitive advantage.
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Internet of Things: Vision 2020

Axelta

The promise of IoT is coming true.. today. Possibilities are expanding each day and on the ground traction is gathering force across domains. Challenges remain, but the wave is now unstoppable and has washed ashore already.
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Preparing Blueprints and Feasibility Studies in Enterprise IoT

ThingWorx, a PTC Technology

The Internet of Things is a leading force in technology; it is becoming crucial to connect people, things, and data in all types of organizations. Enterprises need to be aware of a range of technical areas when adopting IoT solutions, and how a wide portfolio of solutions can help to best address different environments and regulations. Join us for part 2 of our 3 part Enterprise in the IoT webinar series featuring speakers Emil Berthelsen, Principal Analyst from Machina Research, Soren Stakemann, IoT Project Owner at Getinge Online, and Dan Murphy, VP of Marketing for ThingWorx.
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Learn About IoT Edge and Machine Learning with Microsoft Azure

Allied Automation

Because of this, customers are looking to use this technology in IIoT to gain access to data, connect distributed devices, and combine this new data and connectivity with Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to unlock deeper insights. We have teamed up with Microsoft to explore this topic and bring you a one-hour webinar on the Microsoft IoT Edge and Machine Learning on IIoT Edge Gateways.
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Spotlight

By the time you finish reading this infographic, there will be 3,810 new devices connected to the internet of things. That’s because there are 328 million devices being connected to the internet each month. It’s also why researchers estimate that there are going to be 50 billion devices connected by 2020. In fact, the future looks very different as we adopt to these technological trends. Already, 71% of Americans using wearable technology claim that it has improved their overall health and fitness. Imagine what will happen with more immersive analytics, a preventative mindset, more metrics of useful health functions and integration into the health system.

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