Watson IoT Platform
Watson IoT Platform
Watson IoT platform has been explored for the last year, and a number of use cases are being deployed. The one that I am most interested …
We use IBM Watson IoT as a centralized service for connecting our sensors, service transceivers, and backend in the development stage of …
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The IBM Watson IoT Platform is an Internet-of-things is a managed cloud-hosted solution supporting device connectivity, control, visualization, and overall device visibility and management. It provides a UI where users can add and manage devices, control access to IoT service, and monitor usage. With its device management service, users can perform device actions like rebooting or updating firmware, receive device diagnostics and metadata, or perform bulk device addition and removal.
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Watson IoT platform has been explored for the last year, and a number of use cases are being deployed. The one that I am most interested in is syncing Watson IoT platform with Enterprise Asset Management. Maximo has been widely used across heavy industries now, and getting access to the relevant data and visualization will be very useful to attain the asset productivity we aim for and to generate business value.
We use IBM Watson IoT as a centralized service for connecting our sensors, service transceivers, and backend in the development stage of deployment. Watson IoT helps us integrate data analytics, basic machine learning, and manage security for a selection of IoT devices from a centralized service. It has helped us significantly speed up our deployment of some hardware products, and avoid "re-inventing the wheel" during development.