and edge computing
Deploying IoT at a large scale involves collecting and managing high volumes of raw data. While quantitative data can theoretically benefit your business, you need to find ways of processing it, making it relevant to you, and identifying how it can bring additional business value.
Benefits of IoT and edge computing
IoT technology helps you generate high volumes of real-time data. It enables you to monitor many things, from machine performance to asset and product transit. Edge computing allows you to process large amounts of data locally rather than on a data center. It eliminates costs and latency periods, reduces internet bandwidth usage, and enables you to run your system remotely.
With the right infrastructure, you can optimize how you process data, make sure it is relevant to your business, and better serves your customers and stakeholders.
Why choose Olympe ?
The Olympe platform enables you to process data “on the edge” thanks to OVMs (Olympe Virtual Machines) that run on sensors and back-end servers.
Indeed, IoT and edge computing can improve your digital solutions quite significantly:
Create custom event-driven alerts to define what you want to be alerted about and take action whenever you know it is necessary
Data you collect from IoT sensors can be synchronized in real-time so you can provide your stakeholders with the most up-to-date information that will enable them to perform their duties in the most effective and efficient way.
IoT technology helps you create actionable digital twins for your digital solution, which enables you to optimize physical and digital asset management and tracking. Thanks to edge computing, you can do so remotely and from any device.
Quality data management will also improve your customer service as all the information they could ever need is made available to them in real-time, at all times.