Refers to the ever-growing network
of physical objects that feature an IP address for internet connectivity, and the communication that occurs between these objects and other Internet-enabled
devices and systems.
Is a complete and holistic Facilities Management solution wrap for your operational environment to maximize value for your organization, now and in the future. The Internet of Things (IoT) has become a powerful force for business transformation, and its disruptive impact will be felt across all industries and all areas of society.
Gartner, Inc. forecasts that 4.9 billion connected things will be in use in 2015, up 30 percent from 2014, and will reach 25 billion by 2020. Consumer applications will drive the number of connected things, while enterprise will account for most of the revenue.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is not a futuristic technology anymore. It is here today, and it starts with your things — your devices, controllers and sensors, the data they produce, your cloud services and business intelligence tools. That’s the Internet of Your Things. By implementing a strategy to capitalize on the Internet of Things, you can stop just running your business and start making it thrive.
IoT data model must accommodate high-velocity sensor data and other considerations. There are hundreds of sensors and actuators generating massive volumes of unchangeable time-series data, which translates to a huge volume of data being generated. To assimilate and analyze this information, database performance is critical, particularly with high-velocity sensor data. The database must support high-speed read and writes, and be continuously available (100% of the time) to gather this data at uniform intervals. In addition, you must plan for data scalability to maintain a cost-effective horizontal data store over time.
By using a sophisticated platform like the FME and the Internet to connect real-world sensors and control mechanisms to cloud-based control systems that can pull in streams from any other data source, including weather reports, these efforts enable conservation and money-saving measures that would have been impossible without this virtual nervous system.
It is about getting the right data to the right person at the right time. With objects reporting data in real-time, users have the ability to make quicker, more accurate decisions. A visible, transparent process improves efficiency, reduces waste, and allows traceability.
Regardless of where you are on the IoT and Big Data curve or how you choose to consume your data, we will help you optimize your existing investments and develop a truly connected end-to-end Facilities Management solutions to support your business goals.
Connected Business Transformation
We leverage our technology expertise, IP solutions, deep industry-specific knowledge, strong partner ecosystem
and a robust delivery mechanism, to take your business to new heights. Here are some of the
fascinating things that we can bring about by getting IoT to work for you.
Capture the business insights enabled by connected objects to understand your customers better, anticipate market trends and invent the future
Your connected ecosystem will offer comprehensive intelligence to
facilitate the building of new services and revenue streams on top of traditional products
IoT can enable a consolidated view across business lines and functions, regardless of location.
How different will your world be when you can effectively monitor productivity across the length and breadth of your organization?
When data flows seamlessly between devices and people, you can cut millions of dollars in operating expenses; boost efficiency by empowering your employees to do more with less; enhance security; and make quick, informed decisions.
The intelligence and insights gathered will enable you to proactively fix issues long before they actually occur. Detect machine failure well in advance; boost machine uptime; accurately forecast your spare parts requirement; and revolutionize your customer service experience.