The Internet of Things project lifecycle guide for creative, technical and business people
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What does the Internet of Things mean for your organisation?
- New business models for connected services?
- Understanding cyber-physical User Experiences?
- Getting smarter with Artificial intelligence?
- Managing embedded devices and microcontrollers
- Real-time operating systems and firmware deployment
- Security for low-power devices
- Non-IP and radio based networks
- Integrating physical and virtual sensors
- Wireless sensor network gateways
- Time series, frequency and relational modelling
- Taxonomy and classification for unstructured data
- Working with industrial automation
- How to support field engineers
- Connecting PLC’s with cloud and edge computing
- Blue collar vs white collar technical approach
- Citizen engagement
- Getting feedback on the big city problems
- Testing concepts with citizens
- Ongoing dialog whilst pilots are running
- Stakeholder participation
- Helping different city services understand others needs
- Incentivising collaboration
- Sourcing funding for innovation projects
- Data & Service management
- Ownership and privacy implications
- Cost to maintain online services
- Providing open data
- Business Models
- Pricing models for complex hardware, app and service offerings
- Beyond SaaS and ad driven revenues
- Changing customer payment behaviours
- Intellectual property
- Balancing free and open source software usage
- Securing code remote devices
- Finding niche areas in an ecosystem to develop IP
- Finding partners
- Reliable Cloud and network providers
- In-house or external electronics production
- Finding industry sector experts to support sales
- Haptic & Screenless UI
- Ethics & Sustainable use
- UX in connected hardware
- Retrofitting legacy equipment
- Relying on IT software
- Identifying new opportunities
We believe there’s more to help you succeed than empty management frameworks and fail-forward startup ideas
IOTM includes downloadable tools and services to move your IoT projects forward
IoT Competence Model
The 'IoT Competence Model' helps you understand the traits of an organisation examining three key variables of creative, technical and business ability.
By identifying strengths, weaknesses, key experiences and valuable resources it's easier to identify the right blend of tools, strategies and market opportunities to move forward.
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