Friday, 18 June 2021

Geospatial technology - at the heart of the IoT Big Data analysis

By Richard Stevenson, Telecoms Commercial Lead, Esri UK
Tuesday 26 January 21

In an ever more connected world, Esri - the world leader in geospatial and analytical software is about to embark its next journey to help organisations understand and analyse vast amounts of Internet of Things (IoT) big data through location intelligence

As we know from recent events, the digital transformation of people’s lives has become a relentless force. Network connectivity is both extending its geographic reach and multiplying as 5g and FTTP networks become available in an increasing number of places. The computational power of devices continues to increase, cloud computing has become more cost effective and IoT devices themselves get smaller and more broadly implemented. Advances in sensor technology are turning everyday objects into sources of data. The combination of these trends has led us to a new place. It is now possible for a network of physical objects (vehicles, buildings, infrastructure…

As we know from recent events, the digital transformation of people’s lives has become a relentless force. Network connectivity is both extending its geographic reach and multiplying as 5g and FTTP networks become available in an increasing number of places. The computational power of devices continues to increase, cloud computing has become more cost effective and IoT devices themselves get smaller and more broadly implemented. Advances in sensor technology are turning everyday objects into sources of data. The combination of these trends has led us to a new place. It is now possible for a network of physical objects (vehicles, buildings, infrastructure…

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