Collaborators Accelerate Global IIoT Deployments

Telit reports that its deviceWISE IoT platform is now fully interoperable with the IBM IoT platform. Working together, the two companies hope to help manufacturers and other businesses minimize the cost, risk, complexity, and lead time of deploying solutions for monitoring and control, industrial automation, asset tracking, and field service operations.  

 

The combination of IBM’s Watson IoT platform and Telit’s deviceWISE IoT solution gives manufacturers and other industrial businesses more options for near-instant onboarding of industrial products, systems and assets, and applying advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, and application development. The deviceWISE platform streamlines the process of integrating industrial IoT (IIoT) devices and applications by providing a large library of native device drivers and industrial protocols. This eliminates the need for custom coding and other expensive, time-consuming integration tasks. The IBM Watson IoT platform, available on the IBM Cloud, brings real-time insights to IoT data and powerful Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based capabilities including Cognitive Analysis, Machine Learning, and Natural Language Processing.

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