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Read through our IoT use cases, learn more about how to execute an IoT proof of concept, and know when to engage partners from the IoT ecosystem.
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An IoT platform is central to your IoT solution. Enterprises use it to collect, combine, and visualize data from disparate devices. IoT platforms provide security, storage, and help enterprises develop end-user experiences.
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The purpose of a PoC is to test out the technology and determine whether the solution your team has designed is capable of returning the data required for your organization. The purpose of a pilot is to test a solution with a small group of users in its actual environment. We encourage our clients to start with a small-scale rollout, or a pilot to eliminate any issues with hardware or operations in a limited group.
We recommend creating your enterprise’s complete production plan (including requirements, timing, budget, and device quantities) after executing a successful proof of concept and pilot. Before proceeding to production, consider the following: