Our World of IoT Sector Map, first introduced in 2008, has been translated into many languages worldwide as a reference document. Now updated for the market today, it shows the 9 key business sectors where IoT applications abound, the application groups and application types within those sectors, and the devices – or ‘Things’ – typically connected at the network edge through which IoT services are offered to the market.
Enabling the Real Time Enterprise
IoT has moved away from the old model of processing all IoT data in the cloud, which limited its role to monitoring and reporting. Processing data at the edge enables local control and automation. IoT at the Edge will transform IoT in enterprise operations – towards the Real Time Enterprise.
IoT at the Edge represents a step change in IoT and is reinforced by the introduction of 5G.
Faster processing and application response times, with higher levels of security, greater power efficiency and all at lower connectivity cost.
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