The number of connected IoT devices is expected to reach 17 billion by 2030 – with immense value lying in the data they will carry. But how can all these large data sets be combined and interpreted effectively? Connectivity providers have the global infrastructure, experience, and technical expertise required to extract the maximum value out of this IoT device data. Their entry into the IoT ecosystem has not only brought greater flexibility and security, it has also boosted the growth of the industry.
Gabriel Salvate, Business Development Director for IoT at BICS, will discuss the current IoT environment and how hyperscalers have impacted, and will continue to shape the future of the industry – specifically through security, and application enablement for connected devices.
Connected cars and commercial fleets have been in the market for years, but global transportation players still need the connectivity technologies and tools to turn this capability into a reliable revenue stream. New revenue streams and operating efficiencies can be generated across the complete lifecycle of a vehicle by tapping into the potential of IoT – but central to it all is reliable, global connectivity.
Join Gaurav Singh, Senior product manager for IoT solutions, BICS, to learn the essential connectivity principles that can enable automotive manufacturers and telematics service providers to simplify global connectivity and use IoT technology to enhance the lifecycle of a vehicle or fleet. From the supply chain and production to asset management and on-board features, find out how enterprises can completely transform their transport management services on a global scale.
Enterprises launching global connected services need their cellular IoT devices to connect seamlessly all over the world. But setting up connectivity is just the first stage of deployment.
Running an international connected business that delivers mission-critical applications is an ongoing endeavour: end customers need services with a high level of reliability and quality, while enterprises have to commit to strong Service Level Agreements to differentiate their offering. The right tools are required to fulfil SLA commitments and meet customers’ expectations wherever in the world their devices are connected.
Digital technology is gradually being closely integrated with health and medical care, trying to apply the development of artificial intelligence and the internet of things to the healthcare industry. It is an essential part of the second decade of the 21st century.
After years of application developments and tests, how to use AI & IoT to efficiently retain our daily health monitoring habits such as Using the wearable; to process and resolve patient information in the shortest possible time; to make medical treatment more effective and cheaper; and to make medical treatment safer, with fewer errors and more accurate. These are the most urgent and ideal goal in all medical fields.
Looking for a way to advance to Industry 4.0 while obtaining a competitive edge AND driving new revenue though the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)?
IIoT is driving disruptive transformation by breaking down product silos, increasing engineering efficiency, enabling cross-functional innovation, and creating new value-added connected services. “Eighty percent of the industrial segment believes that the IoT will be transformative and disruptive, but 90% feel they are unprepared for these changes”, according to Derek O’Halloran, head of information technology and electronics industries, and member of the leadership team, at the World Economic Forum.
Accuracy of data transmission in IIoT not only affects operational costs and revenue, but also employee safety. Therefore, it’s critical to ensure you get the right IoT connectivity for your IIoT deployment. But with so many IoT connectivity options, how do you make sense of it all and ensure you choose the best option for your IoT initiative? We have assembled industry experts as to help you do just that.
Attend our webinar to learn how to navigate the challenges of IoT and to:
- Avoid costly mistakes by understanding the top four challenges with IIoT deployments
- Simplify the IIoT by streamlining the development, deployment, and operation of IoT solutions
- Understand the top three considerations when choosing IoT Connectivity
- Future proof your IoT solution by preparing for the rapid evolution of IoT technology: GNSS, LPWA, IoT SIMs/eUICC, device management and platforms