Imagine a world where your car not only drives itself but makes you safer and also enhances your driving experience. What if it talked to you and said any of the following:
Topics: connected car
Does your house connect to the electrical grid with an old-fashioned analog meter or an updated smart meter? The difference is more than just a digital number readout. Through IoT/M2M sensor networks, smart meters create more efficient energy distribution in our communities through two-way communication from the central power stations of the utility to consumers.
Plants need water, whether it’s a green golf course, a wiry vineyard, or waving fields of wheat. Landscape managers and farmers must irrigate their plants, but due to worldwide climate change, water has become a more limited, and often expensive, resource. This is why “smart” irrigations systems that water more efficiently are becoming more popular. According to Markets and Markets, the smart irrigation industry is projected to reach USD $1,504.6 million by 2022, at a CAGR of 17.2% between 2016 and 2022.
The efficient management and conservation of water is vital for farmlands, vineyards, or large urban landscapes. As water becomes increasingly expensive around the world, businesses recognize the necessity of finding cost savings by conserving through smart irrigation. Using cellular connectivity and IoT/M2M monitoring and metering technology, Aeris offers unmatched value for the irrigation market, as premier irrigation device manufacturer Irritrol has found.
Building out an Internet of Things solution is a complex series of events. You have many checklists to go through before your deployment is live and your product can ship. That’s why you’ll want to download the updated Definitive Guide to IoT for Business, written by Aeris CTO Syed Zaeem Hosain, and turn to chapter 10, Implementing an IoT Solution.
Topics: IoT book