“Where” IoT works
Rise of Internet of Things (IoT) heralds a new era of opportunities for consumers, businesses and governments. IoT is already being used across industries such as smart cities, public safety, agriculture, healthcare, utilities and transportation. In city management, IoT has applications for smart street lighting, traffic management, intelligent cameras, solid waste management, pedestrian tracking and much more. For power utilities, Smart Meter deployment and management offers the ability to better manage energy consumption and real time network events.
With increase in IoT applications, multitude of device are connected together generating huge volume of data in real-time. Making sense such a large volume and velocity of data requires a seamless integration of location capabilities of these devices. This is where GIS plays an indispensable role in enabling the IoT ecosystem.
GIS can ingest high volume data streams from stationary and moving devices and performs real time spatial analytics generating immediate geographic insights. You can dynamically assess geographic patterns, predict sensor movement, share data and take immediate action to reduce cost, ensure availability, increase performance and capacity, and improve the safety of your operations.
Esri India’s Real-time GIS and IoT Summit, during Esri India User Conference, provides an opportunity for you to discover how to leverage GIS to deliver the full promise of IoT.