Sometimes it feels as if writers are writing directly to you, right? A recent piece from Fortune about the impact of the Internet of Things on business, sounded like it could be from our corporate diary, so we broke it down a bit and bulleted how nio fits squarely into the IoT revolution.
Connected, interoperable systems (with analytics)
Companies need to deploy connected systems that are interoperable with one another and with other information systems. We estimate that interoperability is required for 40% of the potential value that the Internet of things can provide. In addition to connecting interoperable devices, companies must integrate and customize the analytical software that can derive business insight, e.g. prediction and optimization, from real-time streams of data from sensors.
Nailed it. The nio platform is built on the idea that interoperability is the most fundamental requirement for connected systems. A linear scalable platform like nio that can prioritize, contextualize and distribute that information effectively is a game changer.
Privacy and security
One of the biggest challenges for companies that hope to capitalize on the Internet of things is protecting company and customer data.
nio’s architecture is modular, so while our security is pretty great, nio can plug and play with any security solution. Data theft? Psshhh! nio can handle potentially sensitive information without the use of a database which means information is completely actionable but not stored.
Creating the right organization
The most important benefits of IoT investments—both strategically and operationally—stem from the ability to capture, analyze, and act on the data that can be collected. This requires not only sophisticated technology, but also an organization that can share data and management that is ready to make data-driven decisions.
“Capture, analyze, and act” really hit home with us. nio isn’t just a data logger. We capture, analyze and act asynchronously at the edge on a unified platform. From control to automation to AI, nio allows for progressive adoption. Organizations can adapt to the future of IoT.