IoT in your business: What possibilities lie ahead?
The Internet of Things (IoT) might have gained popularity in the consumer space from the various home automation products put out by the biggest names in tech, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. For decades now, businesses across the globe have leveraged IoT to collect data, generate insights, control facilities remotely, and optimize many aspects of their operation.
The technology traces its origins back to the 1980s with a simple temperature sensor connected to a soda vending machine. While it’s gone through a whirlwind of innovation, the essence remains the same – to give you as much data as possible to help you run your business more effectively.
From corporate to retail and everything in between, enterprises have devised ingenious ways to incorporate IoT. Whether it is monitoring and maintaining the health of critical equipment, controlling office lighting and HVAC, or understanding their customers better, organizations are creating new possibilities every day through IoT.
What in the world is IoT?
The Internet of Things (IoT) can be characterized by the billions of, historically unintelligent physical devices, that are now connected to data networks via the Internet. These devices are made intelligent by embedding sensors and compute that communicate real-time data without human intervention.
IoT in your business: remote monitoring simplified
In the first installment of our Internet of Things primer, we looked at the definition of IoT and the path it’s taken from its humble beginnings to its current state. In this blog, we’ll delve into the enterprise side of things and explore what IoT is allowing businesses to achieve as well as Compugen’s current work with this exciting technology.
IoT & Azure in Action
In preparation for The Journey, Azure consultant Julian Galley created an onboard computer that would monitor vital information such as his heart rate and GPS location and stream it live on the web. Read more about Julian’s adventure in IoT here.
Compugen bolsters IoT practice with Cisco Advantage designation
Compugen is pleased to announce that it has achieved Cisco’s IoT Advantage Specialization, making it one of only eight Canadian partners that hold the esteemed technical designation. The most advanced specialization available from Cisco, IoT Advantage recognizes firms’ expertise and ability to design, deploy, and support advanced Internet of Things solutions.
Certification demonstrates expertise in designing and deploying complex IoT solutions.
Partners in IoT Innovation
Discover the enterprise possibilities of IoT
Curious to find out more? If you want to know how your organization can become part of the IoT revolution and how you can take your business to the next level, reach out to our experts at IoT@compugen.com.