Based on our experience, one of the hardest things about getting started with IoT is taking the first step. People are unsure what kind of value IoT can bring for them, what IoT use cases are worth exploring and what the risks vs benefits are with IoT solutions.
This is why we partnered up with four industry experts for them to share their insights on what things to consider when starting with IoT, how their IoT projects have gone, and how to find success in IoT.
Our e-book has all the tips you need for succeeding in your IoT projects.
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We interviewed four industry experts to get their insights on the subject:
James McHale from Memoori: What makes a building smart?
- McHale talks about a mindset shift in the construction process, where “smart” is implemented in the process in the beginning, how construction should be service-based rather than project-based and how user experience focus helps in speeding up the development.
Marcus Stenstrand, Digitalization Manager at Fingrid: Starting your first IoT project
- Why should you start an IoT project? How can you save time with IoT? What results did Fingrid achieve with their IoT project? Marcus Stenstrand answers all these questions in his interview.
Jari Tiirikainen from ISS: Smarter buildings with IoT
- Scoping out your IoT projects is important in finding success. This and the importance of the right attitude towards change and learning are the main themes in the interview with Tiirikainen.
and Marko Yli-Pietilä, Head of Smart Operations at Stora Enso: Streamlining maintenance with IoT
- How can IoT solve problems? Why should you know your problems and goals before starting an IoT project? Marko Yli-Pietilä answers all of this in his interview.
Succeeding in IoT projects is the sum of many factors and requires thorough planning and scoping. A well-defined IoT project with clear goals is more likely to succeed.
Industry experts from smart buildings to smart manufacturing answer how they view IoT and digitalization right now and what their advice to businesses wanting to succeed with IoT is.
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