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The Internet of Things
Smart, Connected Products Enable
Six New Capabilities
Manufacturers Must Adopt Strategically
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• For manufacturers, the implications of this emerging
“Internet of Things” are huge
• So how did we get here?
• A conve...
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Major Forces of Transformation in Manufacturing Sector
DIGITIZATION
REGULATION
CONNECTIVITY
SOFTWARE-INTENSIVE PRODUCTS
...
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• Computing
Infrastructure
– E.g. Increasing Processor
Performance/Efficiency
• Communication
Infrastructure
– E.g. Evol...
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The IoT is comprised of the three core components
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1. Personalize and
Customize
2. Monitor Condition
and Operation
3. Monitor Environment
4. Remote Control
5. Service/Upgr...
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• Value is Shifting from
Hardware to Software
• Value is Shifting from
Product to Cloud
• Value is Shifting from
Product...
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• Manufacturers must rethink how they
create, operate, and service products in the IoT
• To learn how, download the eBoo...
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Smart, connected products enable six new capabilities manufacturers must adopt strategically. For manufacturers, the implications of this emerging “Internet of Things” are huge. So how did we get here? Though the convergence of market forces and the innovation of enabling technologies.

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Smart, Connected Products Enable Capabilities Manufacturers Must Adopt

  1. 1. 1 The Internet of Things Smart, Connected Products Enable Six New Capabilities Manufacturers Must Adopt Strategically
  2. 2. 2 • For manufacturers, the implications of this emerging “Internet of Things” are huge • So how did we get here? • A convergence of market forces and innovation of enabling technologies The Internet of Things
  3. 3. 3 Major Forces of Transformation in Manufacturing Sector DIGITIZATION REGULATION CONNECTIVITY SOFTWARE-INTENSIVE PRODUCTS GLOBALIZATION PERSONALIZATION 3 SERVITIZATION External forces are reshaping the manufacturing Products are evolving to be smart and connected When combined, these forces will transform the industry
  4. 4. 4 • Computing Infrastructure – E.g. Increasing Processor Performance/Efficiency • Communication Infrastructure – E.g. Evolution of Connectivity • Things – E.g. Miniaturization and Efficiency of Components 3 Categories of Innovations in Enabling Technology
  5. 5. 5 The IoT is comprised of the three core components
  6. 6. 6 1. Personalize and Customize 2. Monitor Condition and Operation 3. Monitor Environment 4. Remote Control 5. Service/Upgrade 6. Autonomous Six Unique Capabilities of Smart, Connected Products
  7. 7. 7 • Value is Shifting from Hardware to Software • Value is Shifting from Product to Cloud • Value is Shifting from Product to Service The Sources of Value and Differentiation are Shifting
  8. 8. 8 • Manufacturers must rethink how they create, operate, and service products in the IoT • To learn how, download the eBook: Responding to the Internet of Things

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