The more information you have, the better informed your decision-making process can be. Take the example of energy companies – since the introduction of smart meters they have access to a granular level of consumer detail in real-time. They can analyse usage by home, street, suburb and time with low latency. This allows for rapid reactions to changing conditions.
Given the rising complexity of balancing a multi-directional flow grid, that has to accommodate an increasing but unpredictable amount of rooftop solar power generation, the ability to see the who, how much, and when of energy consumption has never been more critical.
This Insight whitepaper explores the business value of scalable, flexible and secure IoT platform for navigating disruption within the Utilities sector.
CXOs, VPs, directors, IT leaders and other decision-makers in the utilities sector interested in leveraging IoT to drive predictive operational efficiencies, find new revenue streams and build closer customer engagements.
The Internet of Things (aka IoT) describes the network of devices (‘things’) embedded with sensors, software and other technologies, that can connect and exchange data with other devices over the Internet. These ‘smart’ devices are able to collect and share data with minimal human intervention.
Through IoT you can gather data feeds from diverse sources to provide unified view of your organisation.
If IoT collects the dots, the Cloud connects them.