The Internet of Things (IoT) requires a very special, large-scale infrastructure. Planning, production, logistics – all business areas will have to be digitally relinked. The "Multi-IoT Platform" is the ideal setting where visitors at CeBIT can experience these innovative developments in action: The ideal platform for the Internet of Things
Billions of sensors and monitoring points, SIM cards, Bluetooth transmitters and Wi-Fi networks that send and receive data in a maximum-security, high-performance network: The Internet of Things (IoT) requires a very special, large-scale infrastructure.
It is estimated that by 2020 alone around 30 billion sensors fitted in devices, vehicles or equipment systems will be networked with each other. The resulting data volumes will dwarf everything previously known. And that's not all: planning, production, logistics – all business areas will have to be digitally relinked. The "Multi-IoT Platform" is the ideal setting where visitors at CeBIT can experience these innovative developments in action. By presenting practical cases from the agriculture industry, experts demonstrate how automation and digitization will have a positive impact on food production and distribution.
From farm to fork and even for subsequent disposal processes: a powerful network with the best possible connectivity ensures a seamless flow of information. With maximum data security and a high level of data protection from German data centers, the platform represents high-performance industrial processes. It networks objects and transfers sensor and status-related data into the secure cloud. Businesses thus have a real-time overview of the location and status of their plants, machinery and products. During production, platform-linked predictive analytics solutions ensure the safe and secure operation of these processes even in future – the ideal conditions for the digital industry.