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Internet of things

Internet of Things (IoT)

Game Changing Technology Leading the Way to a More Connected Future

Exciting developments in the technology behind IoT is also benefiting our Fleet Management, Asset Tracking and
ELD Compliance solutions:

  • Lowered cost for each connected device in both network airtime and silicon
  • Increased battery life due to simple and more efficient design of both network and silicon
  • Smarter and more robust machine learning analysis of trends along with increasing amount of data resulting and deeper insight into business activity

Technologies and Use Cases

Iot technologies & devices

IoT Solutions We Are Working On

Remote monitoring
Remote Monitoring

Connect and monitor your devices to analyze untapped data and improve business outcomes by automating processes. Use our capabilities to visualize – and act on – that data.

Connected factory
Connected Factory

Accelerate your journey to Industrial IoT – connect, monitor and control industrial devices for insights using OPC UA to drive operational productivity and profitability.

Predictive maintenance
Predictive Maintenance

Anticipate maintenance needs and avoid unscheduled downtime by connecting and monitoring your devices for predictive maintenance.

Predictions for the Future of IoT

Thinair IOT future graph

“The growth in IoT will far exceed that of other connected devices. By 2020, the emergence of mass market smartphones and tablets, combined with the mature PC market, will result in an installed base of about 7.3 billion units, which compares with the expected human population of 7.7 billion in that year (based on information from the United Nations Population Division). In contrast, the IoT will have expanded at a much faster rate, resulting in an installed base of about 26 billion units at that time.”

Gartner: Forecast: The Internet of Things, Worldwide, 2021

Thinair IOT growth
B2B spending on IoT technologies, apps and solutions will reach €250B ($267B) by 2020 Boston Consulting Group, 2017

BCG found the 10 most valuable use cases include the ability to use sensors to predict when machinery will need to be repaired, self-optimizing production, automated inventory management, remote patient monitoring, smart meters, track and trace, connected cards, distributed generation and storage, fleet management and demand response.

BCG: Winning in IoT: It’s All About the Business Processes