The Internet of Things (IoT) has become deeply entrenched in various industries, ushering in a global era where devices seamlessly exchange information through cloud networks. This has facilitated remote work for individuals, providing them with a reliable and secure online connection. IoT has emerged as a cutting-edge technology, garnering attention and gaining traction not only in domestic settings but also in commercial applications. According to a recent Gartner Survey, despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, 47% of organizations are planning to increase their investments in IoT. In this article, we will explore IoT technology in depth, examining its diverse applications, underlying mechanisms, and future prospects.
Having worked for more than 15 years in offering the needed visibility and intelligence in supply chains, we understand the needs of your business and ways to bring automation to your processes. We have worked with organizations across diverse industry verticals helping them automate their operations using BLE technology. From tracking patients at multi-specialty hospitals to tracking the movement of goods and assets in manufacturing units, BLE beacons and tags have been deployed at scale to help businesses get much-needed visibility in their processes. In industries such as food and pharmaceuticals where processes are extremely sensitive to parameters like temperature, humidity, and light among others, BLE beacons have enormous potential in transferring accurate data in real time.
It helps to track and trace your products and assets seamlessly. This saves your time, right from the start to the time when your suppliers reach the end.
IoT innovation makes it possible to improve the speed and accuracy of your processes, efficiently manage your 4Ms, monitor the quality of products, worker safety, and much more
IoT sensors are effective when used for analysis. Take the example of the "smart home," where every process is IoT-enabled. It has internet-enabled thermostats, doorbells, smoke detectors, and security alarms.
Your organization gains a competitive edge when using IoT and data analytics for accurate planning and processes.