02/02 - 02/14/2017
February 2, 10:00 am (CET) | 5:00 pm (SGT)
February 14, 4:00 pm (CET) | 9:00 am (CST)
The Internet of Things (IoT) is all about connecting things and devices. These devices range from sensors and security cameras to vehicles and production machines – we expect that there will be 15 billion connected devices by 2020. Connecting devices results in data that open up new insights, business models, and revenue streams. The insights gained from this data can give rise to new services that can complement the conventional product business.
During the course of more than 150 IoT projects in different domains we detected several IoT patterns which also result in different approaches on how to connect devices. Many IoT solutions are hosted on a cloud environment. Often it is possible to connect devices directly to the backend system. However, for various scenarios there are some recommendations for connecting devices in a more indirect way via gateways. In this webinar, we will have a look on real-world use cases in different domains. Moreover, we will do a comparison between gateway- and non-gateway-based IoT solutions, and show the benefits of an open-standards based framework leveraging OSGi and Java technologies.
Who is the webinar for?
This 30-minute webinar is free of charge and aimed at IoT project leaders, IoT software architects, and OSGi/Java enthusiasts.
The webinar includes
Steffen Schenkluhn has been working in product management, product marketing, and business development and sales for IT and telecommunications for 15 years. For over seven years he has been responsible for M2M and IoT products and solutions. After starting his career at T-Mobile GmbH, he joined Bosch Software Innovations in 2013 and is currently responsible for business development and sales for our ProSyst IoT middleware.