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The rapid expansion of devices creates opportunities to gain faster insights by connecting the unconnected. The Internet of Things (IoT) offers new ways to drive efficiencies, engage customers, and develop new business with greater insights at the Intelligent Edge.
By 2020, it is expected that more than 28 billion IoT devices will be in operation. In anticipation of this explosive growth, HPE recognizes that success hinges on the ability of organizations to transform their IT infrastructure and operations through IoT-readiness initiatives.
Visit an HPE IoT Innovation Lab and see solutions in operation, from the edge to the cloud. Get an even better understanding of how things actually work on the edge by engaging with our Edge Experience Zones (EEZ).
Regardless of where you are in your IoT journey, there are five keys to success to consider. Join this webinar to get a complete understanding of how to successfully adopt and implement IoT within your organization.
Increase production uptime and reduce operational risks. The Internet of Things for industries enables you to collect and analyze data from connected assets, people, and places to deliver actionable insights in an industrial environment.
Connect devices across multiple protocols and standards, merge data streams, and optimize acquired data for relevancy and context.
Implement rigorous security standards to protect data at rest and in motion, apply detailed access controls, and monitor for malicious behavior.
Take action to improve customer response, remediate underperforming processes, and develop new business opportunities.
IoT isn’t a single-box, plug-and-play product. It’s an entire ecosystem of solutions from multiple vendors, as varied as the environment it’s deployed in. Building high-performing IoT projects takes input from experienced partners and HPE experts worldwide, from knowledge gathered in documented use cases and shared among a collaborative consortia. Discover how to improve industrial operations, enhance enterprise workspaces, and connect devices across wide areas.
Accelerate your responsiveness to new insights and monetize data from connected devices with solutions to help you transform to an IoT-enabled, future-ready organization.
Industrial-grade systems that can connect, compute, and store data at the network edge in virtually any environment and provide aggregation and analysis of video streams, time series data, and industrial protocols.
Security solutions that protect IoT data from theft, modification, and exploitation with strong network access and behavior analytics averywhere users and devices connect.
An intelligent software layer that turns connectivity into a rich experience for mobile users and includes location and context to gain actionable insights for business and IT.
An interactive one-day session to help you define strategic objectives to exploit the potential of IoT, align key stakeholders, expand collaboration, and identify quick wins.
Location-based services for creating engaging experiences for employees and guests while fueling business intelligence. The solutions include wayfinding capabilities, proximity campaigns, asset tracking, and location analytics.
The Internet of Things for industries enable you to collect and analyze data from connected assets, people and places, to deliver actionable insights in an industrial environment, so you can increase production uptime and reduce operational risks.
Create personalized experiences in buildings and venues with enterprise IoT technology. Increase efficiency, engagement, and innovation with intelligent spaces tailored to the needs of your customers and employees.
Connect and monetize the vast amount of data generated by devices across large spaces. Wide-area IoT technology can scale to billions of devices and can communicate across stationary and moving objects, enabling smart cities, connected vehicles, and precision agriculture.
Purdue University partnered with HPE and Aruba to launch a digital agriculture initiative that uses IoT technology to gather, transmit, and analyze field data.
Texmark Chemicals modernized its petrochemical plant with advanced IoT technologies to achieve new levels of innovation, efficiency, and safety.
HIROTEC’s new infrastructure eliminates data processing latency and provides analysis in real time to help it efficiently manage its factory machinery.
Tottenham Hotspur builds a new, state-of-the-art stadium incorporating cutting-edge IT to deliver an enhanced experience for fans while maximizing its own business success.
Patrick Smoker, Department Head/Director, College of Agriculture Information Technology, Purdue University
Digital agriculture creates exciting opportunities to increase the efficiency, quality, and sustainability of global food production. Data from sensor networks can be analyzed to inform farming decisions and even public policy. Purdue’s relationship with HPE and Aruba plays a critical role in reducing the time it takes to translate scientific research into technologies to enhance food security and improve lives around the world.
There are real success stories coming out of HPE IoT Innovation Labs. Make yours the next one.
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1 IDC Directions Conference, Frank Gens Keynote Address, February 2017
2 “The Internet of Things: Mapping the Value Beyond the Hype,” McKinsey Global Institute, June 2015
3 HPE/Aruba survey, January 2017