IoT Test Service Minimizes Risks

ADLINK Technology’s DXS IoT Digital Experiments service is for the testing of potential IoT-based endeavors to determine the viability of possible solutions with none of the upfront costs and risk associated with a full solution commitment. Full IoT solutions conventionally require significant upfront investment, despite, according to industry studies, success rates for such projects only reaching 26%. In response, the convergence of IT best practices and OT (operations) has given rise to the concept of digital experimentation. The DXS provides operators with all the benefits of digital experimentation, is vendor agnostic, and enables timely implementation of experiments without associated upfront costs.

 

DXS provides all the resources required to get digital experiments up and running, including pre-validated hardware, client asset connection, data movement consolidation to bridge the IT/OT gap, enterprise sharing, endpoint management, and field and professional services. The approach is built on the experience of building military-grade solutions – optimized for real-world limitations such as security, latency and power. Solutions are designed to take maximum advantage of cloud, data center and edge processing.

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The system approaches each project individually to determine which areas are likely to be affected by the solution, from ground level operations to admin and resource allocation. Each digital experiment is defined at the intersection of people, places and affected assets, where most value can be created. If your curiosity is piqued, checkout a video and request more details and visit ADLINK.

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