The Axeda Machine Cloud Service provides the most advanced cloud-based software for managing machine data and connected assets which allows you to implement innovative products, services, and revenue streams.
In this white paper, Axeda presents examples of IoT value propositions and defines an ROI model for building a business case and tracking results related to IoT initiatives. This paper uses real-world customer results and a set of key metrics to help executives and managers understand the return they should expect when investing in IoT.
This paper discusses the core components of an IoT platform and architecture. It summarizes the major features and explains how they simplify and speed the process of developing and deploying IoT/M2M solutions while minimizing infrastructure and development costs.
The world is moving to connected products. Companies will leverage the data and intelligence from these connected products to create smart business processes that will transform their businesses and drive improvements in efficiencies and effectiveness. They will also use connectivity to change the customer experience and to differentiate their offerings. But where do companies start, how do
they maximize the value of the connected products, and how do they innovate.
The Axeda Machine Cloud is organized into three main architectural areas: Connectivity, the IoT Platform, and Axeda's Connected Machine Management Applications. Each performs an important part of the overall solution, and this document outlines over 300 components that make up the Machine Cloud stack.
We are entering a world where almost everything is being connected to the cloud, and this is rapidly transforming how companies do business. Managing these connected things worldwide and leveraging the data they generate present new challenges to engineering and IT organizations. The good news for enterprises, Connected Device Platforms and IoT Platforms are available today that take the cost and complexity out of implementing and operation IoT solutions.
The most critical components of the entire IoT infrastructure are the development tools and environments that simplify and accelerate development of new IoT devices and services.The world of billions of connected devices requires the ability to develop these in a fast, efficient and competitive way. Java, the most widely used development language, along with Axeda's Machine Cloud will play a critical role in enabling IoT devices, and in gaining real business value among all elements of the architecture.
Keynote speakers from Axeda Connexion 2014 including Alfonso Velosa of Gartner, Rick Lisa of Intel and Peter Utzschneider of Oracle along with others share their thoughts on the trends they are seeing in the Internet of Things.
Peter Utzschneider examines how devices enable the service-driven Internet of Things, the business challenges for the supply chain, and how Oracle is working with customers and partners to address them and thus unlock the business value of the device.
This presentation will address how Carestream is transforming the way the company looks at the commercialization processes and technology development to deliver more innovative services to our customer base.
The Axeda Connected Asset Management (CAM) application provides a standard integration between Axeda and Salesforce.com and extends their Sales and Service Cloud applications with access to machine data from connected machines.
John Beane, Vice President of Engineering at EcoATM will be discussing his use of software distribution to automate software delivery to EcoATM’s kiosk devices both for regular software updates, as well as ad-hoc changes to digital signage, animations, audio and flash files independent of the core software. Joining John will be Rob Black, Director of Platform Product Management at Axeda, who will discuss Axeda’s Connected Content product that is the content delivery technology behind EcoATM.