When retail machines talk to each other directly or collaborate through edge gateways, customers are more likely to find what they’re looking for.
In the same way Uber matches the drivers of cars with people who need a ride, smart connected products can be matched with people looking for those products.
By capturing real time inventory data from vending machines, smart shelves and other instrumented sources of retail data, you learn customer preferences which let you quickly manipulate product mix to increase sales.
The Internet of Inventory is all about remote monitoring use cases where sensors send telemetry over wireless networks to tell us current inventory so we can make intelligent decisions about what to stock.
In this episode I use the example of “meter reading” to describe the evolution of remote monitoring.
There’s tremendous value to be uncovered via thousands of use cases based on simple IoT remote monitoring.
Stacey Higginbotham interviews Hitachi Vantara CTO, Rob Tiffany to learn about their Industrial IoT platform, Lumada.
Thrilled to participate at Mobile Future Forward in Seattle where we took a deep dive on Connected Intelligence: Man, Machine, and Platforms.
Hey #HoustonStrong friends and family suffering from the impact of Hurricane Harvey.