1. How to Build a Business-Ready Internet of Things: Use Cases

    How to Build a Business-Ready Internet of Things: Use Cases

    In this three-part Mobile World Congress feature on enterprise IoT trends, we break down three key factors to enterprise readiness: mature apps, end-to-end security, and interoperability standards.

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    1. Connected spaces could be a home, a building, or a city. Connected operations is traditionally industrial internet, but that has expanded in scope a bit to include connected workers who are working not just in places like plants and mines but places like sports arenas.
    2. From an appliance maker, the value of IoT is typically in diagnostic information. Instead of calling maintenance to show up between 9am and 2pm when your washing machine breaks and having to go back and forth when they don't have the right part, there's a clear business use case for IoT.
    3. IoT is all about connectivity. In our case, that means not only the machines but the farmers using our app on their mobile devices. Data from the sensors on a harvesting machine is sent automatically to the cloud.
    4. The goal is an intelligent combine where all the settings are automatic. We want machines in the field to be sharing data and optimizing fleet logistics.