Reap the full benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – with SAP Leonardo solutions. These IoT applications can help you collect and make sense of IoT device and sensor data, improve digital operations management, and digitize your business, manufacturing, and logistics processes.
Why SAP Leonardo IoT apps?
Because the Internet of Things has made the leap from hype to reality – and the business opportunities are huge. Our IoT applications can help you connect any thing to people or processes, manage Big Data, and thrive in the age of smart cities, buildings, products, equipment, vehicles, and wearable devices.
Build smart products and offer products as a service
Cut costs with connected assets and predictive maintenance
Improve efficiency with smart fleet and logistics management
Automate buildings, work sites, factories, and production plants
Create smart transportation systems that keep cities running smoothly
Use wearable technology to increase workplace safety and productivity
Explore SAP Leonardo IoT applications
Smart, connected products and the data they collect are transforming how companies work. To build these B2B and B2C products – such as smart home automation products, wearables, goods and equipment, and other IoT devices – they’re adopting entirely new technology stacks.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) offers limitless possibilities for smart, digital manufacturing and asset management. Automation controls and sensor data can improve predictive maintenance, asset uptime, manufacturing execution systems, supply chains, and more.
In the era of the connected fleet – sensor-equipped vehicles, robots, and forklifts – new opportunities abound. IoT devices and live sensor data can be used to improve safety and services, optimize GPS fleet tracking, and achieve smart fleet and logistics management.
IoT devices and sensors are revolutionizing work site, property, and real estate management. Companies can set up smart building automation systems for lighting, air conditioning, and more – and use new construction technology to create highly productive work sites.
By 2050, 75% of the world's population will live in cities, and smart city technology – such as intelligent transportation systems and smart grids – will help infrastructure keep up. Citizens also expect marketplaces to become hyper personalized and all-knowing.
IoT wearable technology, devices, and gadgets have many uses in the healthcare and fitness industries – as well as the workplace. For example, smart glasses and wearable technology clothing make it easy for employees to work hands-free in the office or in the field.