What is the Internet of Things?

Defining the Internet of Things (IoT)! Digitalization is on everyone's lips, in every sector. We are all concerned by theevolution of processes towards digitalization. This is the context in which the Internet of Things (IoT) was born.Β 

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It involves both :

πŸ‘‰ a network of connected devices,

πŸ‘‰ technology that facilitates communication between devices and the cloud,

πŸ‘‰ technology that simplifies exchanges between the devices themselves : this is the 'machine-to-machine' (M2M) principle.

6 sectors transformed by IoT and mobile data

The Internet of Things (IoT) touches a multitude of sectors, each exploiting mobile data to improve efficiency, reduce costs and offer new solutions, in the service of precision and optimization :

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  1. Agriculture: connected sensors are used to measure soil moisture, temperature and light levels, for example. This mobile data is sent in real time to farmers via mobile networks for more precise management of irrigation and soil fertilization.

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  1. Medicine: healthcare companies use mobile data to provide remote medical consultations, home patient monitoring and secure transmission of sensitive medical data.

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  1. Transport: mobile data facilitates vehicle fleet tracking and management, route optimization, fuel management, goods tracking and inventory management. In the public sector, mobile applications make it easier to manage users' time, providing them with real-time information on transit times or warning them of potential incidents.

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  1. Security and surveillance: Mobile data optimizes the implementation of advanced security and surveillance systems, with high-resolution cameras, motion detectors and real-time tracking devices, used in businesses, shopping malls and public areas.

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  1. Smart cities: smart city initiatives use mobile data to improve traffic and waste management, public safety, smart lighting and to provide more efficient and sustainable public services. Within establishments, elevators are being fitted with SIM cards, very useful in the event of an elevator breakdown to contact emergency services, for example.
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  2. Retail: retail companies are using mobile data to offer personalized shopping experiences, contactless payments and to optimize inventory management and logistics through IoT solutions and mobile apps.

Β What are the benefits of IoT for your (future) customers?

Mobile data and satellite networks greatly facilitate data transmission . Precise information is collected and shared via sensors: environmental, industrial or consumption data is shared in real time. Recorded on dedicated platforms, the data can then be rapidly consulted thanks to graphs that facilitate visualization, incident detection and informed decision-making.

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The IoT offers significant benefits in all areas of activity. These are powerful arguments for ensuring the long-term viability and competitiveness of companies. Proof in 3.

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  1. Efficiency and productivity: operations are optimized thanks to real-time activity monitoring and management.

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  1. Cost reduction: expenses are drastically reduced thanks to improved logistics and predictive maintenance.

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  1. Safety and responsiveness: continuous monitoring and rapid response significantly improve safety.

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These are all criteria that invite us to reflect on and rethink the future of our sectors.

Netwo mobile data: 2 models adapted to operators :

Netwo's mobile data offer supports telecom operators in building their offers to connect routers, tablets and connected objects.Β 

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You can choose between 2 billing models:

πŸ‘‰ on the counter

πŸ‘‰ by package (coming soon).

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The metered billing model is our differentiating offer.

Appreciated, it enables companies with low mobile data consumption to take advantage of it.

The more widespread flat-rate model will soon be available in our offer catalog.

Things to remember

The Internet of Things has evolved in leaps and bounds in recent years. It is constantly reinventing the use of the objects that surround us by optimizing their operation. Fromagriculture to connected cars and medicine, the Internet of Things provides innovative solutions for managing and optimizing resources and infrastructures. However, the Internet of Things is not without its challenges: security and data protection against cyber-attacks,interoperability of technologies between different systems to ensure smooth communication, and compliance with local regulations in the context of the smart city, for example. A major challenge for telecom operators, who find themselves at the heart of this strategic development. Operators, take advantage of mobile data offers to develop your reputation and your customer portfolio.

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