IoT Analytics: Using Big Data to Architect the Products and Services of Tomorrow

March 1, 2016

As the IoT evolves and matures, an ecosystem of partnerships will emerge to deliver end-to-end solutions to customers. As cited in the above example, the combination of Axeda’s IoT platform and Software AG’s Presto can reduce the cost and complexity of implementing connected product and predictive maintenance solutions. ABI Research expects to continue to see best-of-breed vendors join forces to deliver results for customers, which will lead to the accelerated adoption of IoT analytics.

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THE INTERNET OF THINGS An Executive Primer

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is set to usher in a technological era like never before. From bringing offline businesses and processes online, to re-configuring how companies price and distribute their products and services, IoT will provide organizations with an unprecedented ability to collect, analyze, and monetize data like never before. However, challenges remain when it comes to planning business strategies around IoT.

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Releasing the Value Within the Industrial Internet of Things

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Consumers are very familiar with the “Internet of Things,” ranging from activity trackers to “smart” appliances, home metering devices for water and electricity, “smart” parking meters, and more. The Internet of Things has also extended into the enterprise. In business-to-business settings, sensors collect data and that information can reduce unplanned downtime, optimize business processes, and support new product and service offerings.

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Agile IoT - Transforming Production and Service

whitePaper | March 1, 2016

Over the past three centuries, three industrial revolution have transfomed business and society based first on mechanization, then electricity and assembly-line production, and most recently, Information Technology, or IT.A fourth industrial rev olution is approaching that will be characterized by digitization and networked production combined with self-organizing machinery.Built on a combination of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), a key enabler - the Central Nervous System (CNS) - for "AgileIoT" will be Information and Communications Technology (ICT).

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IoT Capabilities for Manufacturers

whitePaper | March 1, 2016

"Over the next five years, Gartner predicts 26 billion connected products (not counting phones, tablets, and PCs) resulting in $1.9 trillion in global economic value. With so much at stake, the IoT promises not only significant opportunity, but also instability and disruption. Winners and losers will be decided not by who can merely connect their products, but by who is using connectivity to differentiate and create new value. PTC has worked with established IoT market winners, to build a framework for success – based on four must-have IoT capabilities. Read on to discover the benefits of our IoT Maturity Model for Connected Products."

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A White Paper on Machine-to-Machine Communication by NGMN Alliance

whitePaper | March 1, 2016

Today mobile wireless networks are mainly providing services to humans. In some markets not only human beings but also various kinds of machines are already being connected and are enjoying the services provided by wireless networks. In that context, communication can now happen among human beings, i.e. Human-to-Human(H2H), between human and machines, i.e. Human-to-Machine (H2M) or Machine-to-Human (M2H), and among machines, i.e. Machine-to-Machine (M2M). This addendum only focuses on M2M communication.

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Identifiers in Internet of Things

whitePaper | February 15, 2018

Identification is a major topic in Internet of Things (IoT). Beside identification of the things itself, many other entities have to be identified in IoT solutions. In this paper we discuss the various identification needs with related use cases and requirements. Furthermore we look at identifier standards, their applicability for the different identifier needs and discuss identifier allocation, registration, resolution, security, privacy and interoperability

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