The IoT Impact: Real Time Data on the State of IoT and its Impact on IT

BrightTALK

65% of organizations currently mine data from equipment, devices or other connected endpoints and use that data for a business purpose. Endpoints range from datacenter IT equipment to medical devices to buildings and structures. What value are organizations gaining from these Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives? Who are the major influencers? What effect will these initiatives have on IT investment? Who are the major IT vendors and suppliers most commonly used?
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The first thing engineers typically tend to look at when evaluating computing platforms is the price. This behavior is specifically relevant to IIoT applications where the decentralized architecture of the communication network and the large number of devices deployed on the network translate to high deployment costs.


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Exploring the internet of things

This presentation is aimed at C-Level executives, marketing professionals, new business professionals and anyone with an interest in the internet of things, smart cities and data science...
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IoT Data Modeling with Open Standards

SensorUp Inc.

Steve Liang goes over the SensorThings Data Model. He explains each element of the data model, and their connections. He then illustrates with IoT use cases. Finally, he introduces the SensorThings Playground, showing how to walk through the guided setup, and how to use the code generated.The Thursday, November 26, 2015, webinar recording is now available: Steve Liang introduces the SensorThings API the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) candidate standard for the Internet of Things (IoT). He describes the broad reach of IoT, and the power of connecting sensor data. He also introduces Sensor Up’s Platform (sensorup.com) the first implementation of the SensorThings standard.
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Operator IoT/M2M Services

The Fast Mode

Machine-to-Machine(M2M) services are key to Operators’ foray into newer business verticals that are fast replacing the revenues from more traditional streams. Among these emerging verticals are the smart city and smart home services, telematics and connected car services and industry specific M2M offerings covering key sectors such as power, transportation, health, financial and manufacturing. According to International Data Corporation (IDC), by 2020, the Internet-of-Things (IoT) market will grow to USD3 Trillion and the number of ‘Connected Things’ around the globe will reach 30 billion. Smart City market for example, will be worth USD626 billion, said Tech Mahindra in a recent statement. By 2020, 10% of the mobile market will be made up of M2M communications, said GSMA.
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Demystifying Internet of Things with Azure IoT Suite

WinWire Technologies Inc

How Microsoft Azure IoT Suite can monitor assets to improve efficiencies, drive operational performance to enable innovation, and use advanced data analytics to transform your business with new business models and revenue streams. When you take advantage of the Microsoft Cloud Platform, you can use the Azure IoT Suite to help you move faster, do more, save money, and capture the benefits of the Internet of Things for your business.
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Spotlight

The first thing engineers typically tend to look at when evaluating computing platforms is the price. This behavior is specifically relevant to IIoT applications where the decentralized architecture of the communication network and the large number of devices deployed on the network translate to high deployment costs.

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