Connected industrial goods for IoT business success
The IoT can serve to tap new business potential in device connectivity and beyond.
Device connectivity is one of the first ingredients in the recipe for IoT projects’ success. It enables mechanical and plant engineers to collect and assess data from equipment sometimes deployed worldwide. This information underpins holistic IoT solutions and innovative business models.
For example, shipping companies that connect their on-board devices and systems can get much more transparency and a clearer picture of what transpires on their vessels. Know your ship – the crew and inspectors can take that sailor’s credo to heart and keep on top of the ship’s status.
It also provides a uniform means of managing complex equipment, enabling mechanical engineers to track where and how their engines are used and which software version is installed. They can carry out remote updates (FOTA/SOTA) to boost engine performance and make other improvements.
Tapping the IoT’s full potential
Cross-industry IoT use cases
Our customers’ IoT projects
How do you get started?
Do you see potential IoT use cases in your environment? Then let us conduct a one-day exploratory workshop to discover how you can harness the IoT for your business success.
Things we could do in your exploratory workshop:
- Investigate new, data-driven use cases and business models
- Share the experiences of our IoT experts whose skill sets cover business model consulting, the user experience, and software development
- Develop data-based and market-oriented use cases tailored to your requirements
- Assess the viability and technical implementation of a specific use case