The summer break is behind us. With a rested mind, we want to reflect on the status of the Internet of Things (IoT). There are many factors affecting the market place. On the technological side, continuous developments excite supply and demand: the return of relevance of connectivity forms with LPWAN and 5G, the evolution and sophistication of platform services, the questions on the [...]
Robin Duke-Woolley, the founder and chief executive of Beecham Research interviews Oliver Tucker the chief executive of Wireless Logic to learn more about how customers can receive the experience of owning their own connectivity to support their IoT applications.
Mike Campbell is the general manager of the ThingWorx business at PTC. The company has recently launched ThingWorx 8, which is a purpose-built platform for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) that enables you to quickly build and deploy new apps and augmented reality (AR) experiences.
Oozi Cats, the chief executive officer and co-founder of Telit, talked to Ahmed Ali, a senior analyst at Analysys Mason, about Telit’s IoT vision, partnership strategy and opportunities within the IoT edge.
What an IoT platform is and what it should do plagues the greatest minds in IoT. In short, a platform is simply something to base something else on but that doesn’t necessarily help organisations looking to decide which platforms to use, writes George Malim.
Gardner Denver performs condition monitoring on its industrial air compressors to give customers remote visibility of operation and to allow proactive servicing. The company turned to Cumulocity to provide an IoT platform to enable it to innovate and diversify from selling products to selling services.
The IoT platform landscape could resemble a university course for the richness and diversity of the offer, writes Saverio Romeo. If the adopter wants to pass the exam by selecting the right platform, a great deal of study may be necessary. Here, we do not want to cover the entire landscape, but we do want to give some suggestions for starting that study journey. That journey strongly [...]
Operators and vendors are keeping a close watch on contracts for IoT solutions. Analysys Mason has gathered the details of 280 deals in our recently published IoT platform contracts tracker. The key trends we have identified in this data are as follows.
Different organisations require different functionality from IoT platforms in order to operate their services effectively. IoT platforms therefore must be able to operate at a variety of levels in order to satisfy market and end user demands, Mobeen Khan, the associate vice president for IoT Solutions at AT&T, tells Robin Duke-Woolley, the founder and chief executive of Beecham Research
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