Optimise the Software Supply Chain for IoT Success

IoT Now Magazine

As IoT solutions evolve and grow, producers need to be able to adapt to changing requirements quickly, keep software-based solutions stable and secure and make it easy for customers to consume their solutions and derive value from them.
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Today there are nearly three devices attached to the internet for every human on the planet. By 2025 that ratio will soar to 10 to 1.1 We live in an era where all manner of devices are finding their way online, such as thermostats, sensors in your car, medical devices, smart meters from your energy provider or complex equipment in industrial plants. Many refer to this move to connect everything as the “Internet of Things (IoT).” Why is the IoT exploding? Sometimes it is as simple as reducing costs, such as how smart meters reduce the labor associated with meter reading. But a bigger driver is the digital transformation (DX) wave sweeping businesses. DX strives to optimize the customer experience during important “moments that matter,” and IoT offers a way to do just that. Devices can monitor the customer experience and effect immediate changes in a way previously impossible for companies.


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Lessons from Customers: Implementing IoT Projects with Maximum Success

Hitachi

This free 1-hour webinar from GigaOm Research brings together leading minds in the Internet of Things (IoT), featuring GigaOm analyst Andrew Brust, joined by guests from IoT powerhouse Hitachi Vantara, which now includes the team behind Pentaho Data Integration and Analytics. The roundtable discussion will focus on the results of a comprehensive IoT research survey conducted by Gigaom Research and commissioned by Hitachi Vantara.
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AN IOT STORY: CONNECTING & SECURING LIVING WALLS

Cradlepoint

Enterprises like Sagegreenlife are constantly innovating new ways to turn data from IoT devices into a strategic competitive advantage — and finding best practices to address their challenges. Sagegreenlife’s living walls, which serve companies by bringing nature into man-made spaces, required an easy-to-use and customizable IoT solution that would allow its field operations team to remotely monitor various facets of the irrigation and power systems that support the plants — leveraging both cloud services and highly reliable network connectivity.
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Developing to Maximize the IoT Revolution

Polarion Corporation

You say you want a revolution? The promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) is the merger of software and hardware. Embedded Software and systems are being repurposed through connections with each other (machine-to-machine) and with you.
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How enterprises can connect IoT devices to cloud platforms globally at large scale: A BICS-Cesanta webinar

IoT-Now

To successfully manage thousands and even millions of IoT devices or machines around the world, enterprises need complete autonomy, transparency, self-management and control. They need ubiquitous connectivity, covering multiple countries with different operators.
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Spotlight

Today there are nearly three devices attached to the internet for every human on the planet. By 2025 that ratio will soar to 10 to 1.1 We live in an era where all manner of devices are finding their way online, such as thermostats, sensors in your car, medical devices, smart meters from your energy provider or complex equipment in industrial plants. Many refer to this move to connect everything as the “Internet of Things (IoT).” Why is the IoT exploding? Sometimes it is as simple as reducing costs, such as how smart meters reduce the labor associated with meter reading. But a bigger driver is the digital transformation (DX) wave sweeping businesses. DX strives to optimize the customer experience during important “moments that matter,” and IoT offers a way to do just that. Devices can monitor the customer experience and effect immediate changes in a way previously impossible for companies.

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