What if there was a way to not only accelerate your Industrial IoT application’s time to revenue by 9 months, realize an ROI of 88% and achieve material cost savings in both developing and commercializing an Industrial IoT application? This is precisely the question Forrester explores in its recent Total Economic Impact (TEI) study.
According to a new research report from the IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the global market for IoT device management and application enablement platforms reached US$1.1 billion (€0.95 billion) in 2017. Growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 36.2%, the total market value is expected to reach US$4.9 billion (€4.23 billion) in 2022.
Electric Imp, Inc., a global provider providing secure edge-to-enterprise IoT connectivity, announced that it will offer Azure-based managed services on its IoT platform. Commercial and industrial users can take advantage of Azure IoT Hub and Electric Imp’s scalable and secure connectivity platform
TE Connectivity (TE), a provider in connectivity and sensors, is promoting its Z-type push-on markers. The Z-type markers can be used in a wide variety of industrial and electrical applications and are ideal for low volume or one-off projects.
China is accelerating 5G development and hopes 5G will become an engine for the country’s new industrialisation and digital transformation, replicating its industrial policy that produced success in 4G.
PTC announced from Microsoft Ignite that it is working to create enterprise mixed reality (MR) experiences with Microsoft HoloLens. PTC and Microsoft will jointly work to help customers leverage the ThingWorx Studio MR authoring and publishing tool as a preferred way to build hands-free MR experiences for HoloLens.
At the Internet of Things (IoT) World 2017, Silver Spring Networks, Inc. announced the extension of its developer programme with the introduction of a new developer portal, developer kits and a simulation tool for application development.
Security has become a growing concern in the Internet of Things (IoT) industry. Without robust protection, self-driving car networks easily could fall under nefarious control, and sensitive healthcare and industrial data could be intercepted and sold to the highest bidder.
There is plenty of discussion in Internet of Things circles about industrial automation, but what will be the role of one key element, industrial robots.
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