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IoT solutions for your industry

Whatever your line of work, we can help your business capture the full potential of IoT. Together with our partners, we develop IoT industry solutions for enterprises from the automotive, industrial manufacturing, utilities, transport and logistics industries.

IoT solutions for the automotive industry

From micromobility to heavy machinery, get a well-proven IoT solution that works everywhere vehicles need to go.
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IoT solutions for industrial manufacturing

Enable digital transformation for your customers with an IoT solution that's ready for Industry 4.0 and beyond.
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IoT solutions for transport and logistics

Make it easier to manage fleet and the global supply chain with an IoT solution that works across borders.
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IoT solutions for the utilities industry

Leverage technology to tackle urban problems and help make society better with IoT solutions that improve efficiency, generate revenue, and conserve resources.
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IoT solutions for smart cities

If you offer smart city solutions, we can help you serve customers across the world. Explore our IoT solutions for smart city solution providers.
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Connectivity technology needs of major application areas in IoT industry solutions

Over the past years IoT industry solutions and devices have evolved from test-bed technology for futuristic use cases to a core enabler of operational improvements, product enhancements and customer satisfaction. Many IoT use cases entail a range of technical, commercial and ecosystem related requirements depending on which IoT industry solution is best suited. Enterprises therefore need to consider suitable connectivity technologies as enablers of end-to-end IoT solutions.

This decision is critical to the commercial success and total cost of ownership (TCO) of the service.

This table assesses the connectivity technology needs of major application areas of IoT devices in the current market in terms of the outlined technical, commercial and ecosystem requirements. Application areas consist of a variety of use cases, some with heterogeneous connectivity technology requirements. Government for instance covers the use cases outdoor surveillance as well as city asset tracking which have very heterogeneous data rate requirement.

Image source: "Connectivity Technologies for IoT", written in conjunction with Northstream (a part of Accenture)

Follow the IoT pioneers

For over two decades, we have helped leading enterprises succeed with pioneering IoT industry solutions. Learn more about their strategies, and how you can succeed with connected products.

Volvo

Explore how Volvo Cars provide world-class connected car experiences.
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Hitachi

Find out how Hitachi became an IoT innovator on the heavy vehicle market.
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Verisure

Learn how Verisure provide their customers peace of mind.
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Scania

Explore how Scania offer best-in-class commercial vehicle and fleet services.
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Recommended readings

For over two decades, we have helped leading enterprises succeed with pioneering IoT industry solutions. Learn more about their strategies, and how you can succeed with connected products.

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Connectivity technologies for IoT

Selecting the most suitable connectivity technology is one of the critical decisions that enterprises need to make in their IoT launch strategy as reliable connectivity is a key component in an IoT solution. Find out more in our report.
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What is IoT? – A guide to IoT terminology

Get up-to-speed with everything in the IoT ecosystem – from smart devices to communication technologies and how they are used in the marketplace.
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