Exclusive Report: IoT trends and predictions from 6 IoT leaders

“We can only guess at what IoT entrepreneurs will come up with once they have access to data from trillions of devices capturing rich data on every aspect of our lives and businesses. But it’s likely to be an even bigger wave of innovation than the internet unleashed.” – Nick Earle, CEO, Eseye. IoT is evolving at an exponential pace – driven by key innovators who are pushing the boundaries of what is possible. Hear from 6 of these innovators on what trends they are seeing and their predictions about what the future of IoT holds for organisations in this free to download exclusive report. In the special report you will gain the insights on IoT trends and IoT predictions from the following contributors: – Tony Shakib, IoT Business Acceleration Leader, Microsoft Azure – Dr. Miroslaw Ryba, Global IoT Leader, EY – Andreas Haegele, VP of IoT, Thales – Josef Brunner, CEO, Relayr – Peter van der Fluit, Principal, Chasm Group – Nick Earle, Chairman & CEO, Eseye Download as a PDF

IoT Connectivity for Telehealth and Telecare

Digital health, or telehealth, a thriving area of innovation, is changing how we treat and care for the ageing, sick and vulnerable. These innovations rely on IoT devices, whether in homes or on the body. Such devices rely on good connectivity to securely transmit data to the device operator’s cloud, where data is analysed in real-time, and life-improving recommendations made. These connected healthcare innovations present a huge businesses opportunity for tech companies, and cost reduction in health, care, and insurance. As populations age and more people live with chronic conditions and disabilities, this is a rapidly expanding opportunity for both business innovation and social good. Ensuring such devices have the connectivity to reliably capture, share and analyse data is key to success. Learn about the value of good connectivity to digital health and home care and how to incorporate it effectively. Download our healthcare whitepaper: IoT connectivity for telehealth and telecare. Download as a PDF

IoT Guide to 2G and 3G Network Shutdowns

It’s the beginning of the end for 2G and 3G networks… In some countries, it’s already happened. The trend for sunsetting mobile networks began in 2016 when US-based AT&T shut down its 2G network. Since then, many other major global carriers have shut down 2G and 3G networks or announced plans to do so. Almost all 2G and 3G networks will be shut down in Europe, the US and Canada over the next three to five years. If your IoT devices currently rely on 2G or 3G for connectivity, you need to plan for what to do next. Get Your Guide to 2G and 3G Network Shutdowns to find out: – The what, why and when of sunsetting. – Alternative connectivity options available. – Opportunities that could provide a positive side to the sunsetting challenge. – Innovative developments which could give you a competitive advantage. – Advice to inform your next steps, including actions needed for a transition plan. Download as a PDF

How to Become a Smart Vending Pioneer

Did you know that 16 billion euros in total turnover are generated by around 4 million beverage and food vending machines in Europe each year?* IoT-based smart vending offers enormous opportunities for manufacturers and operators – from cost savings in maintenance and operation, new revenue opportunities and growth potential to better customer understanding. Device Insight and Eseye have joined forces as project partners to help guide companies in the smart vending sector through the complexity and deliver IoT successfully. In this whitepaper, you’ll learn: – How to become a smart vending pioneer – How to master challenges and take advantage of new digital opportunities – The benefits of smart vending machines – Smart vending in practice: a case study with Costa Express – Device Insight and Eseye’s integrated IoT and connectivity solution for smart vending. Download as a PDF

Forrester Report: Internet Of Things Heat Maps For Operational Excellence In 2021

Deploy IoT Use Cases That Bring Value To Your Company Operations A fragmented array of internet-of-things (IoT) solutions enhance enterprise operational efficiency across vertical markets. IoT use cases focus on generic functions across most enterprises but are also highly specialized for verticals. As we emerge from the pandemic in 2021, use cases addressing supply chain management and environmental monitoring will have renewed relevance. Infrastructure and operations (I&O) executives must collaborate with their business partners to identify IoT use case priorities and deployment momentum across the organization. Download this report to learn more about: – The key role infrastructure and operations executives play in enabling business-led IoT use cases – Who the critical stakeholders are that need to be engaged in the evaluation process – The impact of IoT use case deployment on processes and skills Download as a PDF

Continuously Connected Global IoT Supply Chains

IoT has revolutionized supply chain management. Smart supply chains offer uninterrupted, intelligent real-time monitoring: less loss, more control, and plenty of business opportunities, including predictive maintenance. For smart chains to work at their optimum they need to be continuously connected to ensure products are tracked and accounted for throughout the chain. What does continuous connectivity look like? Near 100% global connectivity, the highest device uptime possible, and a constant, steady stream of reliable, real-time monitoring data transmitting straight to the cloud for you to analyze – wherever the devices are in the world. In this whitepaper, you’ll learn: – What a connected supply chain looks like with use cases – The challenges of connecting a supply chain – How to overcome connectivity issues, including permanent roaming – How Eseye’s AnyNet+ eSIM enables monitoring devices to work out-of-the-box, continuously, anywhere in the world. Download as a PDF

Point of Sale (POS) and Payment Processing: How better connectivity could increase transaction revenue by 30%

Point-Of-Sale (POS) devices make payments easier for everyone. But the biggest opportunities are for card issuers and payment processing companies, who get a small fee from billions of global transactions. In the US alone, $52 billion of interchange fees were collected from merchants in 2019 – a 10 percent increase from the previous year. This overall opportunity is set to grow significantly as the world shifts away from cash, and late adopting countries embrace card and contactless payments. However, gaining market share will probably become tougher; rapid innovation in the payments market will increase competition, and new regulations may limit more lucrative fees. As the market grows, but also becomes more challenging, how can those processing POS transactions gain market share and increase revenue? Download our whitepaper to learn how IoT connectivity can increase payments and transaction revenue by 30% and optimise the POS experience for all.   Download as a PDF

The Evolution of IoT

IoT is complex. Connecting devices across multiple regions across the globe with the difficulties that this entails is complex. But the IoT market is evolving to deal with these challenges and take the pain away from enterprises. Learn about 3 changes that have happened and what this means for enterprise customers in this short 20 minute webinar from the IoT Tech Expo, presented by Eseye CEO Nick Earle.