IoT solutions built on secure open-standard frameworks offer ubiquitous connectivity, seamless interoperability, and promote stakeholder collaboration, are rapidly gaining dominance in the industrial IoT operations market.
The promise of the IoT lies in its ability to enable enterprises to focus on their core-competencies and by doing so, unleash their potential. This requires a solution engineered around the needs of the enterprise customer, their industry, and stakeholder ecosystems.
The result is a set of purpose-built solutions that adopt the industry language, concepts, and metrics, customers uses every day. This purposeful approach has the effect of reducing complexity, shortening the learning curve, and enabling the enterprise to focus on its core-competencies, and not get bogged down trying to understand how to implement, use, and maintain the IoT. This compartmentalised approach yields purposeful high-visibility asset tracking solutions that utilise the latest real-time connectivity technologies.
This helps operators keep an eye on their asset ecosystems, in-house, in-transit or across the globe. It goes without saying that the end-game is to unlock safety, profitability and market-share, however as obvious as this seems, many IoT solutions are focused more on technology rather than providing the cost-saving, reduced risk and ROI. And few, yet, offer plant managers the tools to justify their capital and operation expenditures. Goal-driven IoT solutions helps enterprises to remain agile, identify monetisation opportunities as they present themselves, and uncover deep insights that solve the global challenges of tomorrow.
Encouragingly, a few Fortune early-adopters are already well ahead of the digital transformation wave with sustainable IIoT solutions in place. However, most can only attest to modest success and still struggle to realise the promise of their investments. This is due to a variety of factors that include questionable reliability of their chosen IoT solution, a poorly executed implementation, burdensome system integration and increase operational complexity. Cloudleaf Sensor Fabric TM is an IoT enabled ecosystem that offers enterprises holistic end-to-end solution for monitoring, managing, and optimising their complex distributed-asset ecosystems across internal and 3rd partner facilities.
Cloudleaf solution represents a paradigm shift in enterprise-grade IoT adoption and usage helping enterprises realise an immediate and sustained value and ROI. Cloudleaf is such a company. Augmented reality for the industrial enterprise. How IoT can help improve accessibility for people with disabilities. Telensa joins Qualcomm smart cities accelerator program to deliver streetligh Costa Coffee selects Eseye to help transform the global retail coffee experience.
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