The Internet of Things (IoT) is the next wave of the digital revolution, promising to enhance business technologies and services in ways most of us haven’t begun to imagine. This innovation allows key systems and hardware components to communicate directly with each other, enhancing efficiency and enabling the development of exciting new products. Below are just a few ways the emerging IoT technology may change your business.
3 Ways the IoT Can Enhance Business Technology
1. Maximizing Efficiency
Logistics companies and manufacturers in a variety of industries are already deploying advanced equipment with smart sensors that collect highly granular information through every step of the process. For instance, using data from IoT-enabled crates, a smart system can automatically make adjustments to shipping routes and timetables to prevent bottlenecks and streamline deliveries.
2. Enhancing Performance
The Internet of Things allows even mid-sized manufacturers to collect detailed data, allowing the system to monitor the performance of your products. Many companies, such as John Deere®, already use IoT connectivity and AI programs to enhance the utility of their tractors, which now perform detailed soil analysis and help farmers decide where to plant.
3. Developing New Products
Just a few years ago, no one would have been able to predict cell phones synced to smartwatches or bracelets that monitor your activity level. As IoT technology matures, companies in almost every industry will be able to develop new products that will revolutionize life for consumers across the world.
For nearly 20 years, small- and medium-sized businesses throughout New York and New Jersey have relied on Network Solutions & Technology for help harnessing the technology of the future. With their wide-ranging expertise, their experienced business technology professionals can handle everything from hardware upgrades to IoT implementation. Visit their website for insight into their business technology services, follow their Twitter for updates and news, or call (877) 678-8080 to discuss your project with a member of their team.