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.
We are rapidly entering a world where almost everything will be connected to the cloud. Managing these connected things, integrating them into the enterprise, and leveraging the data they generate presents new challenges to engineering and IT organizations. Historically, these problems were solved with home-grown custom solutions, but a new category of platform for the Internet of Things has emerged.
Machine-to-machine data is invaluable to many organizations within your company, including Sales, Operations, Engineering, Customer Service, and more. But how can you integrate this data with your core systems so that your company can derive greater value from your connected products?
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.
By attending this webinar you will understand how by combining Axeda Go kits, ARM-based intelligent connected devices and the hardware and software building blocks for rapid development from the mbed™ project, can enable you to quickly create new "connected prototypes”.
The Axeda and Hytec N3 Solution is a set of technology and services that enables medical product manufacturers to manage products installed within hospitals and other public health care organizations via the NHS N3 network.
Join Axeda and Machina Research to learn the following: What is the definition of an IoT platform? What is driving the business need for IoT Platforms? What security and privacy features are “must haves”? What connectivity and device management features are critical? How do platforms process, store and integrate data from machines and sensors? How do platforms manage software and configurations on things? What development and integration tools should you expect?
In extremely security-conscious environments, such as financial, retail, healthcare, or research facilities, customers often insist on the ability to control and set policies on which service actions can be remotely performed on the device. The Axeda Policy Server enables authorized customer administrators of your devices to establish and enforce the privacy and access policy for their devices, and also provides an audit log for compliance purposes.
Join Sean Casey, Director of Information Technology at Ventana Medical Systems, Inc. a division of Roche, and Bill Zujewski, CMO and EVP of Product Strategy at Axeda, as they discuss how and why to integrate machine data from connected products and equipment directly into Salesforce.com.
Axeda 6.6 includes an assortment of new features centered on usability, connectivity, management, and innovative M2M application development that enable you to get to market quickly and extend your connected product initiative for even greater business value.
If you were asked to clearly define and create an ROI model to build a business case for an M2M IoT initiative, where would you start? Join industry experts from Axeda and Diebold and learn best practices for identifying metrics and quantifiable benefits in remote service enhancements that drive down cost, machine data analytics to increase product performance, integration with business systems to improve effectiveness and differentiated products that create new revenue opportunities.
Axeda and Sealed Air worked together to deliver a connected product program from inception to execution - with valuable lessons learned along the way! Discover how to use machine data to improve business processes and functions with both internal stakeholders and external customers. Learn how manufacturers are using remote connectivity to drive new services and reinvent their product experiences.
Demonstrate the value proposition of driving deeper into asset management – a lot more value than just track and trace. Let’s take M2M one step further: You have a connected machine out in the field. What if you put sensors on it to send you information about conditions around the machine? AT&T Mobility transforms M2M data into actionable intelligence so you can work faster and smarter, for more efficient and effective asset and fleet management.
Developing and deploying a Machine-to-Machine (M2M) solution is much different than launching a Web application. There are unique device communication patterns, distinct security profiles, and far-reaching implications around data normalization and fan-out strategies. Connected products can take on a number of different forms, and planning is essential. Join Axeda and Modus in this first customer spotlight series focused on building M2M solutions.
Machine-to-machine (M2M) data from connected assets, when combined with core enterprise systems, optimizes critical business functions and creates a competitive advantage. Companies that were early in connecting their products to Axeda realize that the real “gold” in M2M is integrating with SAP’s CRM, ERP, HANA and BI systems -- enabling innovation across the enterprise.
Big Data is becoming big business, particularly in the IT industry, where equipment manufacturers are connecting their machines and now need to store and make sense of the incredible volume of machine-to-machine (M2M) data.
Your company's connected product strategy hinges on how quickly you can process your machine data to take action that produces business value. But how do you do that? The answer is with the intuitive Axeda Rules Engine and powerful scripting capabilities. Together, these technologies enable you to create complex rules to execute actions based on data collected from your connected products ― without any programming ― in delivering business value to your organization.
Rapidly build and deliver mhealth solutions with less costs while increasing revenue According to recent estimates, mHealth (or mobile health or telemedicine) revenues could grow to $32.5 billion globally by 2018 ― up from $13.2 billion in 2011. But what is driving this hyper growth and how can you prepare your company to take advantage of this enormous opportunity? Find out by joining Axeda and GlobalLogic for the upcoming Webinar: Capitalizing on the mHealth Opportunity with Connected Products.
If you are a Salesforce.com customer, you won’t want to miss this webinar! Integrating M2M data into the Salesforce.com Service Cloud is a positive disruptive force for businesses around the world. M2M data from connected machines, in collaboration with other enterprise systems, can provide visibility and automation not previously possible. Join subject-matter experts from Axeda and Etherios and learn how products and machines can provide real-time information and communicate that to Salesforce. With a powerful new M2M data source, Salesforce.com makes it easy to equip your sales team with cross-sell and up-sell opportunities, and identify customer and product service improvements to R&D, engineering and operational teams – all in real-time. Join us to learn how M2M data can drive innovation and transformation within your organization.
M2M applications are complex to develop and deploy, often necessitating costly, time-consuming and highly customized effort. Managing complexity – chips, sensors, processors, all the different types of devices & networks – it’s complex! But it doesn’t have to be -- M2M and the cloud are a natural fit. Join industry expert Jeffrey Kaplan from THINKstrategies and subject-matter experts from Axeda to learn about current M2M cloud computing trends.
David Magnoni, Director of Product Management and Rodney Holmes, Product Manager provide a recap of our 2011 quarterly releases, as well as an overview of the helpful new features in our Winter ’12 release including a demonstration of the new Axeda Policy Server.