Whether it’s a freight container, heating thermostat, production robots, supermarket shelves or blood pressure monitor, more and more objects connect to the internet of things (IoT) and are able to use integrated sensors and network connections to collect data and to communicate. New, intelligent business processes, products and services are emerging in nearly all industries – connected business, to be precise.
The possibilities offered by the internet are indisputable, but the road to competitively using IoT is a rocky one.
Connected refrigeration: Digitalization solution for air conditioning and refrigeration technology
Intralogistics: A digital platform for all warehouse processes
From the sensor to the cloud: Productization of IoT offerings in a batch process
[Trendpaper] Mobile World Congress – Highlights 2019
At this year's MWC (Mobile World Congress) in Barcelona, Europe's largest mobile communications fair with more than 2,400 vendors, everything revolved around 5G. Together with the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data, the new network generation formed the basis for this year's motto: Intelligent Connectivity.
As every year, mm1 presents the most important trends and results.
Connect ec: „Consumer IoT Trends: What drives the Future of Smart Home?“
Speech by David B. Hofmann at the Connect ec in Dresden on the 2nd of May 2019.
Less capital investment, greater value creation through digital platforms
[Poster] Internet of Things
Value chain and structures of IoT business models at a glance.
[Poster] Internet of Things / Connected Car
Value chain and structures of ConCar business models at a glance.