[Guide] Business Innovation and Expansion with Industrial IoT | SPONSORED
Many enterprises want to be first to meet new needs, but the path to create data-driven products and services using Industrial IoT for B2B customers is not always so clear. Enterprises can often create the concept, but identifying partners, building IIoT solutions and bringing those solutions to market presents a new set of challenges which are not a part of the core business.
Secure the Future by Integrating Industrial IoT
Many enterprises struggle with identifying the team or teams that should have a hand in the creation of an IoT solution. Typically, there are no IoT departments and the creation of an IoT solution requires the successful collaboration of a number of internal and external partners. Product managers, innovation leads, UX professionals, and developers on internal teams have all been tasked with leading IoT implementations. Externally, IoT hardware partners, platform partners and connectivity partners are all needed to build a solution.
The Losant Guide: Business Innovation and Expansion with Industrial IoT includes the stories of how industrial organizations have brought connected solutions to market. Examples cover key details about how enterprises found the pathway to create successful data-driven products and services to provide exponential value to their customers and beyond.
Industrial IoT Case Studies
Case Study #1 involves an industrial plumbing equipment manufacturer that recently learned business owners who buy their products wanted to integrate location and usage tracking information into their equipment to help them better manage resources. See how they implemented an Asset Tracking & Industrial Equipment Monitoring program to meet customer needs.
Case Study #2 is on a manufacturer of large industrial generators that experienced an unusually high number of warranty claims on one of its models. Company technicians diagnosed and repaired the issue and also identified a pattern. Learn how they were able to implement Remote Monitoring & Condition-Based Maintenance as a result of this warranty issue.
Case Study #3 is about a new startup called Project Canary wanted to use IoT to help reduce the environmental impact of oil and gas field operations. Oil and gas companies are required to monitor their production facilities to ensure that methane and Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) emissions do not exceed levels that are harmful to the environment. Learn how they were able to develop Real-time Environmental Monitoring in order to meet these requirements.
Download the Guide and learn the questions you should ask when trying to identify what kind of connected solution will bring the most value to your customer using data from IoT.