Internet-of-Things

Technology Capability Areas

Industry 4.0, Automation and Control, Machine to Machine, Material Handling Automation Systems,  

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As companies grow in size and complexity, they need a solution in place that has the capabilities to support them as they scale, without the need to switch during a critical business ramp. Companies don’t want to be burdened with the installation, setup, and maintenance of on-premise computer networks anymore.


The speed of disruption is so fast in the IoT space, engineering teams must be rock solid in their delivery. Many failed emerging IoT companies are unable to meet aggressive design and delivery schedules because they did not have the proper tools in place to manage design data to meet their original product delivery estimates.


Change happens fast and manufacturers must react quickly to embrace it. New technological developments impact product design and require OEMs to have the tools in place to streamline design processes. By minimizing costly product errors and shipping delays — especially for a sector with complex products and frequently changing parts, such as batteries —a cloud IoT platform solution helps companies get to market first, stake a larger market share, and maximize profit margins.


Some of the biggest disruptions in IoT products are changes in electronic components. Sensors, controllers, and batteries are all rapidly evolving to better support new applications like wearables that need smaller and lower power consuming parts. Strong collaboration and management tools to support the global chains are now a must-have for businesses.