Understand the demands of IoT analytics and explore the tools required at various levels of data analytics.
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Learn top considerations for connectivity- for prototyping and scaling IoT in the enterprise.
This list of highly impactful, disruptive technology trends is a valuable resource for anyone leading a technology organization today.
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?
In its latest M2M Research Series, industry analyst firm Berg Insight looks at IoT Platforms and Software.
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.
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 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.
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.
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…
With this three part white paper series, ThingWorx and Machina Research have aimed to assist and guide enterprise executives on the Enterprise IoT journey. In this final white paper, “Inevitability of Partnerships and Collaborations in Enterprise IoT,” we share the main reasons why partnerships and collaborations are essential features of Enterprise IoT, particularly when looking to achieve optimal results from data and application sharing. The journey then reaches a junction where the preparation of the business case ultimately brings about a decision as to the way forward.
At this point, the focus then turns to the external, i.e. relationships with third party companies. In the IoT, the connection between the internal and external, particularly when referring to data and applications, is what opens up the opportunity for significant change, improvement and benefits.
In this white paper, we discuss the importance of exploring and establishing the crucial partnerships and collaborations which provide a host of leveraged capabilities ranging from technology expertise, financial strength, channel to market, and resourcing.
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.
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…