ThingWorx, a PTC Technology
According to The Forrester Wave™: IoT Software Platforms, Q4 2016, in order to deliver differentiated connected products or transform business processes, "I&O leaders face a fragmented set of network technologies, hardware, protocols, software, applications, and analytics solutions."
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
IoT would be easy if you could connect sensors to the cloud for analysis, cross-site visibility, storage, and recovery. But, more than half of all Industrial IoT deployments require data pre-processing at the edge before being sent to the cloud or to a datacenter. It appears as if we are entering another return to distributed computing environments.
From boosting efficiency to reducing costs and gaining a competitive edge, the IoT is widely seen as the future for manufactured products. While it is an enormous leap for manufacturers to go from producing traditional products to connecting those products to the internet, the truth is that you must answer the demand of the consumer. However, the question very quickly becomes, “Does it make more business sense to build or buy an IoT platform when developing connected products?” Join us on this webinar to better understand what is required of an IoT platform and to get answers to some of the most common questions manufacturers must consider before deciding whether to build their own IoT platform: Do we have a clear understanding of what building an IoT platform entails.
In this latest instalment of the "IoT builder series" , azeti Networks, a software company with a strong focus on Industrial IoT and Automation, will be sharing the experience they have gained through projects in Telecommunications and Manufacturing. Are you planning IoT deployments in sites with difficult access, demanding requirements or with rough conditions? Are you looking to roll out smarter solutions to your remote assets?