Seamlessly connect products with customers, machines with service technicians, suppliers with production processes – managers responsible for IoT can gain insight into out how this works best in Gartner’s recent “Best Practices for Integrating IoT-Connected Products” report.
The Internet of Things is fast becoming a permanent component of the value chain. According to sector experts, around 25 billion devices are forecast to be connected over the internet by 2020. To ensure that these machines are able to communicate reliably, complex information logistics are required to play an essential role in facilitating a perfect flow of information between people, applications and things.
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„Best Practices for Integrating IoT-Connected Products“
Author: Benoit J. Lheureux, Eric Goodness, Nathan Nuttall
Publication date: 24 March 2017
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