The biggest myth in IoT is that service providers have all the data they need and that their real challenge is making sense of it. In reality, the cost of sourcing some kinds of data remains too high, the quality of the data isn’t always good enough, and it remains difficult to aggregate multiple data sources.
— Kurt Peterhans (Axiros CEO)

Telecommunications & Communication Service Providers (CSPs)

The IoT revolution requires a dramatic increase in strong, secure communication links, offering providers an opportunity to not only play a larger role but to create new value.

Improving data collection and flow: collecting and processing information from multiple sensors and devices—and standardizing it, even as technologies continue to evolve.  For providers, the relationship between traffic flows is where the value lies.

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Industrial & Manufacturing

Driving operational efficiency: The successful intersection of people, data and intelligent machines will cause a dramatic increase in productivity, efficiency and operations of ecosystems around the world.

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Operating a more flexible smart grid: Utility companies are faced with the advent of renewable and distributed power generation. This demands a more flexible smart grid which can handle multiple energy sources in a decentralized and bi-directional network.



Empowering insurance services for customers on the go: IoT will accelerate existing pressures and disrupt traditional insurance models — while opening new frontiers for growth. The always-connected consumer demands greater digital sophistication from the companies they do business with.

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Healthcare & Life Sciences

Enhancing quality of life: Patients are becoming increasingly adept at using IoT technologies and more willing to incorporate them into their health routine. But IoT will also provide crucial competitive advantages to pharmaceutical companies with regards to treatment differentiation, tracking adherence and, most importantly, health and wellness data.

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Heightening customer experience and supply chain operations:  Services include location analytics, location based marketing, real-time inventory visibility, smart store monitoring, electronic shelf edge labels and inventory tracking.


Automotive & Logistics

Reducing costs and automotive issues for customers: Help customers cut the costs of accidents, theft, warranty expenses, insurance, CO2 expenses and unnecessary repairs.   For dealers- increased parts and service revenue through proactive selling.