The Smart-Home Network
The basis for digital networking of end devices, systems and people in the smart home is called the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT can open up new dimensions in the development of intelligently networked products, services, and business models.
It can also simplify the lives of end consumers in the long term and can provide a large, profitable added value for entrepreneurs, manufacturers, and retailers. Download this whitepaper to learn:
How to choose the right platform
Where does IoT adds value
What are the four major needs of IoT customers
Which industries benefit the most from IoT
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White Paper Overview
Digitization is undoubtedly influencing all areas of trade, communication, and life. This also applies to the home: Networked and smart software-driven processes in the living space can make everyday life much easier. While intelligent, data-based solutions are already used in many companies, the smart home is still far from standard.
In this white paper you will learn:
How can the start or expansion of IoT processes be made simple and future-proof
Where does IoT add the greatest value to the smart home
What does the customer want out of IoT
Who should read this white paper:
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Smart security systems are a huge business model with a lot of potential that is far from being exhausted. McKinsey estimates the economic potential of the Internet of Things in the area of security systems and smart homes alone at up to 300 billion dollars worldwide by 2025.
IoT technologies offer patients in need of care a similarly high level of security as that of a retirement home. Sensors are used, for example, to detect falls and switch off appliances such as stoves or washing machines. With the help of Smart Home Care solutions, older people can live longer and with a secure feeling of personal responsibility.