Internet of Things
- Growth in analytics and cloud computing
- Increasing interconnectivity of machines and personal smart devices
- The proliferation of applications connecting supply chains, partners, and customers
Most businesses are focused on getting products to market more quickly, adapting to regulatory requirements, increasing efficiency, and most importantly-continuing to innovate. Your highly mobile workforce, customers, and supply chain demand anytime, anywhere business tools.
The opportunities presented by the IoT far outweigh the challenges if managed with the right partner. The connection of devices, machines, and things allows you to dynamically generate, analyze, and communicate intelligence data, increase operational efficiencies, and power new and greatly improved business models.
To achieve the immense business benefits afforded by the IoT, you need a highly robust and secure network infrastructure. Cisco can help you converge unrelated networks, scale to meet increasing traffic demands, employ advanced data analytics, and inspire a new class of intelligent applications-to increase productivity without sacrificing security.
We provide you everything that you need to generate data-driven intelligence from connected things, people and devices. Connect your business with the new generation of Internet-enabled devices in the cloud, transform your existing business processes and reimagine your business and customer experience.
Jump ahead 10-plus years, and we are beginning to see enterprises take advantage of this same principle. They are creating value by leveraging hundreds of millions of potential connections on the Internet. Business networks have prospered, with millions of companies connecting their supplier, customer, and payment systems to seamlessly engage in online, collaborative commerce. And more recently, we’re starting to see massive volumes of connected sensors and smart devices leveraged to transform business models and simplify complex tasks. This is the Internet of Things (IoT), and it will increasingly connect people and businesses to everything else to become, in essence, the very fabric that supports a new networked economy. When these changes are coupled with improvements in network infrastructure, Big Data analytics, and smart applications – all connected in the cloud – businesses will enter the era of true hyperconnectivity.
Mobinius helps you with Business transformation in the IoT ecosystem using software optimized for edge computing, machine-data storage, real-time analysis, and connectivity.
Mobinius’s goal is to enable the Internet of Things for our customers to help run their businesses better. To accomplish this task,
- We are working to make it even simpler to connect the new generation of Internet-enabled devices in the cloud.
- We are delivering new products that support our customers as they transform their existing business processes by harnessing the machine data generated by their connected devices.
- We’re delivering the platform technology needed to reimagine customer experiences from the ground up.
A new revolution of data-driven health decisions and care delivery is at hand. A network of linked devices and other objects collecting, sending and receiving data about people, environments and processes without human interaction or input will enable a new model of “connected health” not only for the chronically ill but for the entire population.
Health and wellness is one of the most promising application areas of IoT technology. Remote health management, managing lifestyle-related diseases and conditions, fitness programs, care at home, chronic diseases and care for the elderly are some of the important use cases. Other use cases include improving a patient’s compliance to treatment and medication in hospitals, clinics and other care facilities. Medical devices such as personal home-use diagnostic devices or low-end diagnostic and imaging devices that are used by mobile health workers are one of the key technology components.
Backend systems exist for data aggregation, storage, analytics, visualization and host user-centric services. In the IoT, physical objects monitor their surroundings and participate in daily activities, helping create new products, services and business models, to improve efficiency and optimize business operations.
Additionally, mobile phones can be used for many physiological monitoring and examination tasks. The potential economic impact of IoT in healthcare alone could run into trillions of dollars of annual savings.
|Applications and analytics
|Data platform||Intelligent data storage enabling efficient capture and use of device data|
(edge software and hardware)
- What technologies will be required to deliver robust and compelling solutions
- What types of alliances need to be forged to deliver business value to enterprises
- What solutions can be expected in this new world of connected devices
- How Mobinius expects to invest in its ecosystem, developer community, and platform to maximize the value our customers and software partners can deliver to the market