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October 2, 2015

Friday Op Ed: Tracking, monitoring & metering: How to build an IoT solution

List: C-level briefing: Jari Salminen, MD at Cumulocity reveals that building an IoT solution is all about recycling.

By CBR Staff Writer

1. Keeping up with demand

"The IoT market is extremely active at the moment and for us the main challenge is really to meet the growing market demand."

2. Developing an IoT solution

"Developing IoT solutions is all about re-using common components such as device management, data collection, real-time data analysis and alerts, real-time data visualisation, and so forth."

3. Cumulocity

"Cumulocity is used to remotely monitor and control, for example, pumps, generators, roll-up doors, conveyor belt systems, industrial sewing machines, and others.

"Use cases typically include monitoring of key operational parameters, acting on pre-defined conditions, and remote configuration of the machine."

4. The next big business wave

"We see steady growth in traditional M2M domains such as industrial, telematics, and others, but turning the current hype in new IoT domains (vending, buildings, smart cities, medical, etc.) to real projects will drive the next stage of growth."

The full interview can be read here.

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