Current hype aside, the Internet of Things will ultimately become as fundamental as the Internet itself, with lots of opportunities and trials along the way. To help you navigate these choppy waters, this practical guide introduces a dedicated methodology for businesses preparing to transition towards IoT-based business models. With a set of best practices based on case study analysis, expert interviews, and the authors’ own experience, the Ignite IoT Methodology outlined in this book delivers actionable guidelines to assist you with IoT strategy management and project execution. You’ll also find a detailed case study of a project fully developed with this methodology.
Copyright; Table of Contents; Foreword; Preface; Structure of This Book; How to Use This Book; Safari® Books Online; How to Contact Us; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1. Overture; Mission: 50 Billion Connected Devices by 2020; Customer Perspective: Value-Added Services; Manufacturer Perspective: Connected Asset Lifecycle Management; Servitization: The Next Logical Step?; Prerequisite: Operator Approach; Impact: Disruption Versus Evolution; Clash of Two Worlds: Machine Camp Versus Internet Camp; Difficulty of Finding the Right Service; Foundation: Digitization of the Physical World Critical: Security and Data PrivacyTiming: Why Now?; Keynote Contribution: IoT and Smart, Connected Products; Chapter 2. Enterprise IoT; From M2M Toward the IoT; Subnets of Things; Focus of this Book; Domain Focus; Definitions of Key Terms in IoT; Part I. IoT Application Domains and Case Studies; Chapter 3. Smart Energy; Influence of Digitization; Generation; Transmission; Distribution and Metering; Storage; Marketing, Sales, and Service; Customers; When Is All This Going to Happen?; Conclusions; Energy Case Studies; Smart Monitoring and Diagnostics Systems at Major Power Plants Asset Integration Architecture of Smart M&DLessons Learned; Microgrids and Virtual Power Plants; VPP/MMS: Functional Overview; Case Study: Smart City Rheintal; Smart Energy in the Chemical Industry; Chapter 4. Manufacturing and Industry; Integrated Production for Integrated Products; Sales/Marketing and New Business Models; End-to-End Digital Engineering; Manufacturing; IoT Service Implementation; IoT Service Operations; Aftermarket Services; Work Environment; Adaptive Logistics and Value-Added Networks; Other Industrial Applications; Industry Initiatives; Industry 4.0 Industrial Internet ConsortiumCase Studies: Overview; Case Study: Smart Factory; Asset Integration Architecture; Conclusions and Outlook; Case Study: Intelligent Lot Tracking; Technical Architecture; Conclusions and Outlook; Case Study: Cleaning Service Industry and Technology; Kärcher Fleet Management Solution; Portal; Asset Integration Architecture; Lessons Learned; Case Study: Global Cold Chain Management; Functional Solution Overview; Technical Solution Details and AIA; Lessons Learned and Recommendations; Case Study: LHCb Experiment at CERN; LHCb and Data Management LHCb and Physical Data AnalysisChapter 5. Connected Vehicle; Car Dashboard and Infotainment; Value-Added Services; eCall; bCall; Stolen Vehicle Recovery; Usage-Based Insurance; So, Why No Open Car App Platform (Yet)?; Connected Enterprise Solutions; Fleet Management; Systematic Field Data; eMobility; EV Charging Services; eRoaming; EV Remote Management; EVs and Cross-Energy Management; Car Sharing; Intermodal Services; Vehicle Functions (Toward Automated Driving); The Roadmap Toward Automated Driving; Automated Driving: Technologies; Automated Driving: System Architecture; Digital Horizon Parking
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