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Vantron Technology is a leading provider of low-power embedded system and software solutions to OEM/ODM customers. Vantron saw more and more customers looking for interconnectivity through the cloud so that they could access and interact with their equipment remotely. The rapid application development capabilities of ThingWorx were evident from the start, with Vantron’s engineers adding connectivity and completing the ThingWorx integration within 2-3 weeks.
With over 50,000 district and industrial steam facilities in the U.S, steam systems are one of the largest energy consumers in the United States, representing almost 15% of the country’s annual energy usage. Embedded Energy Technology (EET), based in Pittsburgh, PA, is on a mission to not only save energy but to also prove it.
Sysmex Corporation is a global manufacturer of blood and urinalysis medical equipment, selling to 48 companies in 29 countries. With ThingWorx, Sysmex was able to achieve next generation service and connected product capabilities, including direct, real-time instrument connection for delivering next-generation service and support.
If the adage that “Content is King” is true for AR, then rapid scale and adoption of AR in the industrial enterprise depends first and foremost on content-empowering solutions.
PTC President and CEO, Jim Heppelmann, collaborated on a multi-year research project on the Internet of Things (IoT) with Professor Michael Porter of the Harvard Business School. Their research findings were published in two Harvard Business Review articles, exploring the impact of the IoT on industry competition and on companies’ organizational structure. Their ongoing research now explores the emerging trend of Augmented Reality (AR), creating new experiences and opportunities for competitive advantage in the IoT. The IoT has become the defining technological advancement of this era, and Jim Heppelmann delivers a visionary and research driven framework for how companies can capitalize on the convergence of the digital and physical worlds.
What is an Internet of Things (IoT) platform and why does it matter for your IIoT strategy? What requirements should you look for to best fit your unique enterprise IoT solutions?
Panasonic is leveraging an Internet of Things strategy to maintain their No. 1 position in the market for high-intensity projectors and winning in highly competitive, international markets by transforming their products into smart, connected devices.
To find the true value in IoT data, organizations must be able to deliver powerful, automated analytics capabilities to solutions – including real-time pattern & anomaly detection, automated predictive analytics, and contextualized recommendations.
Traditional reporting and visualization approaches are not well-suited for IoT data analysis. They can be complex, typically require some manual intervention, and yield limited visibility and insights. For IoT users, time is critical – analytics must be contained within their solutions in a way that is both real-time and proactive.
Smart, connected things, by definition, generate data – and within that data lays a wealth of previously unattainable, invaluable insights. As the number of connected devices grows into the billions, the demand for more, better information from IoT data is outpaced only by the growth of the data itself.
Tom Mainelli, analyst at IDC, explains how AR is used today and highlights the benefits of using this technology.
IDC analyst, Tom Mainelli, discusses how AR will impact the world and the way we do business.
Get an overview of AR application markets and benefits and learn how to get started.
Watch this video to learn how to turn your connected product data into meaningful insights that translate to business value.
Augmented Reality (AR) has been identified as a technology that will create huge waves of innovation and disruption- especially for the industrial enterprise- by analysts and industry experts across the board. But what does it take to build an AR experience or proof of concept, and how can it bring value to an organization?
Get the inside story on IoT trends to understand what they mean for the ecosystem, and ultimately our end customers. This webcast replay will look at the IoT software platform landscape, key IoT platform features and functions that jump start new lines of business.
Smart, connected devices are all the rage when it comes to IoT. Research firm Gartner says there will be 6.4 billion connected devices in use in 2016, an increase of 30% from 2015.
During this webcast, we will explore how a single platform containing IoT basics, machine learning and augmented reality can create a new world of solutions ready to take IoT into the enterprise.
Understand the demands of IoT analytics and explore the tools required at various levels of data analytics.
ThingWorx EVP Mike Campbell discusses PTC’s focus on IoT and AR with theCUBE at GE Minds + Machines.
Learn how GE Transportation is leveraging ThingWorx to ensure more precise service to meet demand.
IoT is the buzzword of the year (or decade), but there are a lot of challenges in getting started and a lot of responsibility in choosing the right strategy and tools to move forward. What considerations should you be keeping top of mind?
Product developers leverage the power of machine learning with ThingWorx Analytics.
Learn top considerations for connectivity- for prototyping and scaling IoT in the enterprise.
ThingWorx and ABI Research explore how machine learning and predictive analytics can be performed close to the data – maximizing opportunity and reducing risk.
Learn how ThingWorx Analytics can provide enhanced customer support for your business, and see how machine data analytics is being used to optimize support operations in the Hyper Converged Infrastructure (HCI) industry.
This list of highly impactful, disruptive technology trends is a valuable resource for anyone leading a technology organization today.
In order to not only inspire our participants but also showcase the amazing community for AR, VR, and MR in the Boston area, Hill Holliday helped us produce a video to highlight the amazing companies, organizations, and individuals leading the charge into the world of immersive technologies.
As more components of your IoT infrastructure becomes connected, the demand for a secure solution continues to increase. How will you secure your existing IoT devices and prepare your infrastructure?
The combination of IoT, Analytics, and AR can empower service teams to increase uptime of critical assets while maximizing the utilization of scarce skilled technical resources.
The Internet of Things (IoT) presents security challenges that left unmitigated could pose serious risks. Is your organization prepared?
Using an integrated solution from Glassbeam and ThingWorx has enabled Springpath to plan maintenance more effectively, minimize or avoid downtime, and better manage customer expectations
Watch a hands-on demonstration and learn how you can quickly analyze data and build predictive models with the newly released ThingWorx Analytics Builder.
Learn leading practices for getting started while building your business case for an ongoing IoT investment.
With the right strategy, industrial manufacturers can capitalize on the opportunity to generate business insights from data, capturing sustainable economic value.
Watch this video to learn about AR for the Industrial Enterprise and see how you can leverage existing IoT and CAD data to create innovative new experiences that deliver value across the organization and to customers.
Watch this webcast replay and learn how ThingWorx Utilities enables and supports the rapid deployment and adoption of powerful IoT applications.
In its latest M2M Research Series, industry analyst firm Berg Insight looks at IoT Platforms and Software.
Rapid innovation in the retail industry has created a market where consumers have more power than ever before. As digital channels have evolved, giving customers more product information and transparency, their power and expectations have increased.
Read these two industry analyst reports by IoT Analytics and Experton Group for a general IoT platform market analysis and learn why they recognize PTC as a “Market Leader” for the ThingWorx IoT platform.
Learn how ThingWorx Foundation enables the rapid creation of complete IoT solutions — connect, create, and deploy breakthrough, enterprise-ready IoT solutions faster and more easily than ever before.
Watch this webcast replay and learn how to incorporate real-time pattern & anomaly detection, automate predictive analytics, and find the true value in your IoT data – learning from past data, understanding and predicting the future, and make decisions that will enhance outcomes for your organization
Dozens of companies already offer IoT platforms to help make your company IoT-ready but how do you determine which platform will meet the needs of your industry and business? Read this report to sort through criteria you need to think about when planning for the IoT.
Practical examples that reveal the three major IoT challenges and how to address them.
Download the Forrester Research report “IoT Upsets Application Development” to learn how the IoT has shifted the app development paradigm.
The rise of the Internet of Things brings has produced a vast amount of data generated by connected devices. Finding value in that data requires careful planning and investment, though. Watch the replay to learn how to get started with IoT analytics, including an introduction to tools for advanced Machine Learning on IoT data.
About Dave Magnoni, Senior Director of Product Strategy – ThingWorx Analytics
Dave Magnoni is responsible for ThingWorx Analytics product management and strategy. Dave has over 20 years of experience in Product Management, Strategy, and Product Marketing at companies such as Intel, Art Technology Group (acquired by Oracle) and Axeda (acquired by PTC). Dave graduated from the US Naval Academy and holds an M.S. in Computer Science from New York University and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.
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Device Authority’s extension can provide end-to-end encryption of data from the factory floor to ThingWorx.
Watch this webcast replay and learn how to incorporate real-time pattern & anomaly detection, automate predictive analytics, and find the true value in your IoT data – learning from past data, understanding and predicting the future, and make decisions that will enhance outcomes for your organization
See how a manufacturer of flow management products uses ThingWorx Analytics to predict failures using real-time pattern and anomaly detection.
If you’ve been curious about Raspberry Pi, and were afraid it may be some foodie’s next dessert sensation, then this is your opportunity to step out of the shadows and experience a hands-on opportunity to see what the Internet of Things actually means.
In a condensed version of our IoT tutorial presented at LiveWorx, you will connect a sensor, create an application for it, and then experience it in augmented reality. Working alongside experts from O’Reilly and PTC, and using the ThingWorx® IoT platform and Vuforia™ augmented reality technology; you’ll take your idea to a prototype in no time.
Elisa, the leading Finish Telecommunications provider uses ThingWorx to build their own IoT solutions as well as providing the Platform to their partners in a PaaS distribution model.
Elisa chose ThingWorx for its rapid application building capabilities and its open platform strategy that allows customers to use the cloud of their choice and store their data within any given territory. Elisa has also extended their investments in ThingWorx by including Analytics, Machine Learning and AR capabilities. By using ThingWorx, Elisa is developing new business models packaged with their connectivity and hosting offerings.
Learn about Vuforia Studio, a suite of technologies that integrate 3D CAD data and animations with the ThingWorx platform, enabling quick and easy AR creation.
The scale of connected devices and data continues to present challenges. Data analytics and IoT are driving extensive transformation across industries including medical devices, agriculture, transportation, manufacturing, homes, and smart cities.
The IoT Marketplace is a place where enterprises, developers and buyers of IoT services can find sellers of IoT products and services.
This practical guide introduces a dedicated methodology for businesses preparing to transition towards IoT-based business models.
A new whitepaper from ABI Research outlines the top trends to watch in the IoT market over the next year.
With the push for IoT-enabled solutions comes the need for reliable IoT platforms, especially for companies that require industrial-grade IoT capabilities. This O’Reilly report examines various features that heavy-equipment B2B industries should expect in an IoT platform, as well as the key attributes you should be looking for when choosing a platform vendor.
IoT technology platforms and cloud computing are almost universal partners in executing a solution strategy for many enterprises looking to capitalize on the opportunity and tackle the challenges associated with the Internet of Things.
Security is a primary concern of ThingWorx customers, especially device manufacturers and end-customers that deliver and use connected products. These customers demand a proven solution that protects them and their customers against hackers, malware and unsafe operations. In addition, they require a solution that supports interaction with their deployed intelligent devices in an IT-friendly fashion and extends their current network security model so that they can meet critical certification and compliance requirements.
The IoT will enable access to more data about the world than we’ve ever had before. By 2020, some analysts estimate that 10% of all digital data will be generated from connected devices. Developers will need to understand how to work with IoT data as a “design material”, understand what can be captured, and know how it should be interpreted.
The breadth of technology covered by the IoT requires collaboration between vendors and across market spaces. Learn more about how to form the right strategic partnerships.
Splunk was faced with the need to meet emerging customer demands for interfacing IoT projects to its suite of services. The company required an IoT partner that would be able to easily and quickly integrate with its Splunk Enterprise platform, rather than allocating development resources and time to building out an IoT interface and application platform. ThingWorx quickly built a plugin for its own platform that allows users to directly access all of Splunk’s big data analysis capabilities directly.
OnFarm needed to move quickly to capitalize on a significant “smart agriculture” opportunity to build connected applications and dashboards that captured and monitored sensors in the field and provided actionable data back to their customers. OnFarm relied entirely on ThingWorx’s extensive IoT development platform and ecosystem to quickly deliver on connected smart application capabilities.
Z-Farms is a large farming cooperative specializing in almond production. The cooperative consists of many acres of land at 5 farms throughout California. Data points stream into the Z-Farm databases by the minute. Z-Farm has been using reporting dashboards to make sense of the many data points monitored throughout the farms.
In 2013, LumenData found itself in need of adding new real-time predictive analytics capabilities to its suite of services. To meet this need, LumenData acquired a state-of-the-art streaming data, capture and real-time predictive analytics company. This solved the pure predictive analytics end, but left LumenData with a need to be able to build IoT-targeted services. LumenData determined that ThingWorx and its IoT development platform provided the exact complementary development services LumenData required to complete its predictive analytics suite of services.
IOTATOI (I-O-TA-Toy) provides a cost effective way to manage and coordinate all the disparate elements required for real time comprehensive monitoring. Prior to using ThingWorx, IOTATOI looked at using other companies, as well as building it in-house, “but these are complex challenges, and it’s expensive to create something in the first place, but even more expensive to maintain going forward” noted Minturn Osborne, CEO of Power Agent Systems, “We had developed the physical ability to connect all of the sensors and bring it into a centralized location. Thingworx gave us the ability to seamlessly scale that information, view the information from any location, push information to any location, and do some unique things that we were unable to do with our existing middleware.”
ABC Manufacturing is a large discrete manufacturing company with many facilities for which the fabrication of complicated components takes place. The manufacturer uses three large factories to produce many of the materials used in modern automobiles, satellites, and weather equipment. The components are expensive to produce and extremely detailed; if manufacturing equipment experiences downtime, needs unexpected maintenance, or produces product defects, the ramifications can be translated into significant losses due to poor production yield.
Devicify required a means to quickly build “connected IoT apps” without building a connected applications platform themselves, an expensive and time consuming option. Devicify engaged with ThingWorx, whose IoT platform is specifically designed to allow rapid design and implementation of connected device apps.
A regional managed care provider partnered with ThingWorx Machine Learning to detect patterns in data that would lead to better patient care and reduce costly readmissions for patients with Ischemic Heart Disease. The ThingWorx Machine Learning team worked with the regional care provider to deliver a solution that predicts high-risk patients and provides caregivers insight into why flagged patients should receive extra care across their care network.
By allowing All Traffic Solutions to easily build and customize user interfaces, dashboards and mashups, ThingWorx enabled the company to focus 100 percent on specifically meeting their customer needs. Using ThingWorx, All Traffic Solutions can customize its TraffiCloud ecosystem to meet specific customer requirements, and keep UIs clean and easy to use.
In today’s smart, connected world, companies are looking for any edge over the competition. DeviceLynk found an edge by developing an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solution from the ground-up, creating operational efficiencies within a specified product, and giving their customers the ability to monitor the status of a field asset, building, or other infrastructure from miles away. By shifting their business strategy and partnering with ThingWorx, DeviceLynk is able to create its own innovative, full-service IIoT solution that sets them apart from the competition.
In this white paper, ThingWorx presents examples of IoT value propositions and defines an ROI model for building a business case and tracking results related to IoT initiatives. This paper uses real-world customer results and a set of key metrics to help executives and managers understand the return they should expect when investing in IoT.
One of the best ways to understand how to use ThingWorx is to observe it in action. Our PTC University instructors have compiled some hands-on tips to speed your learning curve. Topics covered include leveraging ThingWorx connectivity to consume data from existing web services within a ThingWorx application, using tags to group and more easily find related items, and establishing naming conventions…
The world is moving to connected products. Companies will leverage the data and intelligence from these connected products to create smart business processes that will transform their businesses and drive improvements in efficiencies and effectiveness. They will also use connectivity to change the customer experience and to differentiate their offerings. But where do companies start, how do they maximize the value of the connected products, and how do they innovate?
If you want to make the most of the IoT for your business, but don’t quite know where to start, then you’ve come to the right place. This short guide introduces you to the high-level concepts, components, and patterns for any type of IoT solution. Authors Joe Biron and Jonathan Follett take you through the technology and architecture, so that technologists like you can dispel misconceptions within your organization and assess the real opportunities for advancing your business with the IoT…
Why are partnerships and collaborations are essential features of Enterprise IoT—particularly when looking to achieve optimal results from data and application sharing?
In this second paper of a three part series from Machina Research, we begin to examine the more operational elements of Enterprise IoT, looking to develop a high level understanding of the different technology domains and components in an IoT architecture as well as highlight the important factors that executives should take into consideration when starting on a blueprint for Enterprise IoT.
Read the first white paper as part of a three part series from from Machina Research to understand how the IoT provides a host of opportunities for enterprises to introduce and integrate innovative connected devices, advanced analytics, and new cross-platform applications with enterprise systems.
The global interest in Smart Cities is at its highest level since the movement began. This article describes IDC’s Smart City MaturityScape which identifies the stages, dimensions, outcomes, and actions that organizations should consider as they develop Smart City initiatives. Read this article to assess your Smart City maturity, prioritize technology investments and more…
The IoT represents an evolution in organizations’ strategies for connected products and processes. It will create complex interworkings within organizations as many different stakeholders will need to understand the value that connecting, managing, and monitoring endpoints will provide.
IDC has identified key high-value IoT use case areas for manufacturers. As companies turn vision into reality, IDC has also built a roadmap for manufacturers to navigate IoT implementation.
Download this article, featured in the Harvard Business Review, to learn how smart, connected products (and operations, and applications) will disrupt competition, redefine industry boundaries, and force companies to make 10 strategic choices.
Download this article, featured in the Harvard Business Review, to learn how companies can better transition to adopt IoT, and operationalize its benefits across their value chain.
In this white paper, Harbor Research captures the true value of the evolution of smart connected systems and services and how the advanced intelligence inside the technology also brings the customer through a new innovative business process automation and optimization.
IoT is impacting business models and in turn industries’ very structure, the basis of competitiveness, what it is you sell, and who you partner with. With these potential upheavals looming, it is imperative for organizations to understand the impact to their firm and develop an intelligent strategy soon.
The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) means an unprecedented data deluge across the enterprise. Companies are investing more resources into analytics, making it one of the hottest sectors in the technology spectrum. Predictive analytics – for machine and business data – have clear impacts on revenue and ROI.
Across the enterprise sector, the business case for Internet of Things (IoT) deployments is increasingly based on big data and analytics. Mere connectivity already allows valuable enhancements to products and processes, such as remote monitoring and service, but the stage where IoT truly becomes transformative to businesses is when it crosses over with analytic tools and modeling.
In this white paper, ABI Research discusses how IoT analytics are currently being used in the market and what advances can be expected in the next five years. In particular, the paper explores the role of edge intelligence, in addition to cloud intelligence, as a key enabler for organizations that seek to utilize their IoT data.
By combining the ThingWorx platform with their IoT service solution, Elisa has created a powerful, scalable solution that meets their configuration needs and exceeds customer expectations.
What happens to patients after they leave a hospital is become a national focus for health care organizations. Read how students at Furtwangen University are developing smart devices for remote patient monitoring using ThingWorx.
Franke Coffee Systems is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of premium, fully automatic commercial coffee machines. With a global presence in more than 80 markets, the Swiss-based company always seeks innovative ways to open doors and close deals.
ICURO is using the ThingWorx platform to shape the future of IOT-enabled healthcare, by providing greater access to real-time healthcare dashboards.
Since luggage evolved to the wheeled suitcase in the 1970s, little has changed to make the traveler’s life more efficient. Now, with the help of the Internet of Things (IoT), consumer and lifestyle product manufacturers can turn traditionally ‘dumb’ items ‘smart,’ gain market share on their competitors—and help make the traveling life nearly hassle-free.
Many developers are chomping at the bit to become experts at current breakthrough technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT). Many C-Suite executives are also interested in the IoT and how they can broaden their grasp of its potential. But if you’re a developer trying to get corporate buy-in for an IoT project, you need to understand that the pitch is somewhat different from one for a typical new product or technology buy. Read this O’Reilly Media report to learn more…
As exabytes, zettabytes, and yottabytes of memory flood into our available stores of usable business data, find out what storage experts have planned for archiving the tidal wave of IoT information generated every day.
Listen to a panel of IoT experts discuss best practices and common pitfalls that can help you keep your IoT rollout on-time and within budget.
Watch this webcast to learn how to capture value new opportunities and business models that foster collaboration between customers, suppliers, partners, and your own employees. Example application areas include Smart Cities, Smart Buildings, Smart Energy, and Smart Agriculture.
In order to stay competitive in this evolving market, businesses across the grid, including utilities and power plants, must adapt their offerings to be smarter, more operationally efficient, ultimately, better aligned with the needs of the end customer.
What are the right strategies to adopt when building a smart city infrastructure? What are the best platforms and project entry points?
Learn about the ThingWorx Marketplace, which serves as an online exchange for IoT developers and vendors, and helping you quickly build new and enhance existing IoT applications.
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ThingWorx is the industry’s leading Internet of Things technology platform, enabling innovators to rapidly create and deploy game-changing applications, solutions and experiences for today’s smart, connected world.
Watch this webcast recording to hear experts in cybersecurity characterize common data breach and attack techniques and discuss tools, processes, and approaches to close vulnerabilities and harden the software environments.
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Cities must not deliver disparate smart city point solutions, but rather enable a secure and scalable IoT platform that integrates multiple systems and fosters new collaboration.
Today’s embedded and IoT systems development spans sensor, device, gateway, and cloud. This dramatically increases the complexity of development, troubleshooting, and fault isolation.
The core of an IoT application begins with establishing a model of the Thing and its world, both physical and digital, that it fits in. Watch this webcast recording to learn the right considerations for IoT modeling and how to take advantage of predictive analysis.
With the necessary hardware and integration partners, you can collect data at the edge for real-time communication, demonstrating immediate value and enabling a quick go-to-market strategy.
Internet of Things environments are becoming more complex and systems are utilizing multi-core processors and platforms for medical, financial, and industrial applications.
IoT deployments allow access to extremely sensitive data that need to be protected against hackers, malware, and unsafe operations. It’s up to IoT platforms to ensure the safety of their customers’ data, along with the customers’ customers’ data.
This webcast will help you to better understand the life of a message flowing from the edge to the cloud and to you. Learn more about cloud to device connectivity, device ingress and egress, data normalization and protocol translation, and the technology stack that keep IoT afloat in the cloud.
ThingWorx Analytics technology allows you to quickly and easily learn from the past, predict the future, and adapt processes to maximize opportunities, minimize risk, and turn your IoT data into proactive information that enables better decision making.
Find out how Smoove uses the IoT to facilitate sustainable mobility – and be inspired to develop new strategies to leverage IoT behind the scenes and improve your bottom line.
Sensors, actuators, controllers, agents, and communication form the edge and enable you to obtain real-time information from your products and services. This webcast recording will help you to gain a clear understanding of how information is gathered from devices and communicated to the cloud and to you.
Enterprise IoT is, undoubtedly, a disruptive market force that offers various opportunities in the marketplace.
Can flexibility be built into the IoT architecture without losing structure and interoperability? How does this flexibility work within various use cases? What kinds of industry examples are there to demonstrate flexible frameworks in action?
Machina Research – Matt Hatton defines IoT and how ThingWorx delivers a scalable solution.
The Internet of Things (IoT) represents the third great wave of competitive transformation driven by technology. The implications for business are massive and present a set of critical strategic choices.
IoT platforms and applications are emerging and it’s evident that IoT is poised to change the way the world lives, learns, and works. With these new advancements come significant security concerns.
IoT Platforms are not one-size fits all. Success requires that scalability, agility and flexibility are prioritized in any IoT solution, with importance placed on feasibility testing and optimizing the enterprise IoT portfolio.
IoT is accelerating business transformation across industries. Industry thought leaders convene to discuss the challenges and impact of IoT.
To take full advantage of the IoT opportunity, companies need to exploit the value of real-time data by gaining actionable insights in a timely manner. But only 8% of companies are capturing and analyzing data in a timely manner.
In the next five years, there will be 50 billion connected devices on the planet; the benefits are obvious. But the risks are significant – with catastrophic consequences.
In today’s IoT world, value is being driven from improved customer experiences and new revenue streams are being unlocked by leveraging data from connected products.
For forward-thinking enterprises, the IoT creates opportunities to develop new business models, customer engagement structures and revenue streams. Learn how Tyco Safety Products is leveraging the IoT to create industry-disrupting service innovations.
Join Frost & Sullivan’s Manufacturing Leadership group, PTC, and leading manufacturer, Athena Controls, as they explore the value-creating opportunities, the key challenges, the potential new revenue streams, and the transformational approach to innovation that smart connected products could bring to your enterprise.
Learn how All Traffic Solutions differentiated their products and organization by creating smart, connected traffic signs and the steps they took to build out and implement an IoT business strategy by leveraging ThingWorx technology.
The billions of smart products connecting to the IoT has generated significant interoperability issues, stemming from a vast amount of available communications protocols.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is generating a massive amount of data from the machines, products and people that make up today’s smart, connected world. Leveraging this data can dramatically improve an organization’s internal processes, and the services and products a company delivers to its customers.
Learn how forward-thinking retailers are enabling market transparency by connecting multiple sources of business data through the Internet of Things.
Scott Johnson, CEO from Devicify, reviews the top 5 priorities that should be considered when managing your IoT Initiative.
OnFarm is enabling their growers to make educated, real-time decisions about their crops, land, farming devices, and materials leveraging the Internet of Things and the ThingWorx platform.
Identify the innovative ways in which leading organizations are capitalizing on interactions between smart systems and people to drive compound value.
Learn how the IoT enables the next wave of manufacturing operational performance improvements and brings the visibility, flexibility, interoperability and intelligence required to unlock the full potential of your manufacturing investments
IoT offers the potential for manufacturers to construct and deliver performance-based service contracts that guarantee service levels and outcomes.