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SAP Leonardo kicks off €2B IoT plan

Introducing the IoT portfolio that connects all your things, devices, sensors, people, processes, back-end systems, supply chains, and customers. Plus a jump-start program to help you launch your IoT initiatives – fast.

What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?

Internet of Things definition: The vast network of devices connected to the Internet, including smart phones and tablets and almost anything with a sensor on it – cars, machines in production plants, jet engines, oil drills, wearable devices, and more. These “things” collect and exchange data.

IoT – and the machine-to-machine (M2M) technology behind it – are bringing a kind of “super visibility” to nearly every industry. Imagine utilities and telcos that can predict and prevent service outages, airlines that can remotely monitor and optimize plane performance, and healthcare organizations that can base treatment on real-time genome analysis. The business possibilities are endless.  

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The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

The IIoT, or the Industrial Internet, is driving unprecedented insights and efficiencies in the manufacturing industry. Machine learning, M2M communication, sensor data, and automation technologies work together to create autonomous smart machines and connected factories.

What is the Internet of Everything (IoE)?

The Internet of Everything adds intelligent connections between things and devices, people, processes, and data. IoE systems make sensor data more meaningful and have a secure, usable infrastructure that lets actionable information be shared across the business ecosystem.
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Six things you need to know when building an IoT strategy

Along with unique new opportunities come new challenges. Here are some of the essential capabilities you’ll need to meet them head on – and to maximize the possibilities the IoT presents.
IoT Security
As companies collect data beyond traditional IT boundaries, IoT security measures will be critical. Some key considerations include being able to secure and monitor devices, encrypt sensitive data, and build risk mitigation into systems.
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Streaming Data
IoT applications accumulate more data than traditional batch processing can manage. Having capabilities for streaming data continually is key to reliably feeding real-time business processes and extracting timely insights.
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IoT Platform
An IoT platform makes it possible to develop, deploy, and manage IoT and M2M applications. Automate processes and network connections, store and manage sensor data, connect and control your devices, and analyze your data.
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IoT Applications
“Next generation” IoT applications must be able to capture, collect, interpret, and act on vast amounts of information – detecting connectivity gaps, handling interruptions, and meeting specific business and industry requirements.
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IoT Cloud
IoT cloud solutions provide affordable access to high-speed data networks – to significantly extend the reach and usability of your IoT applications. They can also offer data storage, processing, analysis, and remote device management.
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IoT Data
IoT data management technologies ensure that you can collect the right data at the right time, even when connectivity is interrupted. Rely on in-memory systems to process massive data volumes generated by thousands of devices.
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SAP Leonardo: IoT use cases 

SAP Leonardo is not only helping companies digitize – it’s helping them adopt new business models and open new revenue streams. Learn how customers like the Hamburg Port Authority, Piaggio, and the city of Buenos Aires are benefitting from these innovative IoT applications.

The case for real-time IoT

Discover some of the key opportunities and challenges the Internet of Things presents for businesses – now and into the future. Big Data management expert and Influencer Ronald van Loon, Director, Advertisement, shares his insights from the recent SAP + Trenitalia event in Rome.

Real-world Internet of Things examples

From crowd-sourced GPSs to self-ordering vending machines, real-time innovations from the IoT are just beginning. Business speaker Jim Harris shares concrete Internet of Things examples and payoffs – and the key obstacle preventing businesses from taking the plunge.

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IoT: A tale of four industries

In this IDC whitepaper, learn how IoT is transforming four industries – becoming the Internet of Everything (IoE) in healthcare and revolutionizing consumer products, discrete manufacturing, and retail.

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SAP Leonardo and the Internet of Everything

The Internet of Things is no longer approaching – it’s here. To run a truly live business in this new age, you need to connect the world of smart devices with people and processes. Here’s how SAP Leonardo can help you do it.

The Da Vinci Code to the Internet of Things

Leonardo da Vinci had a vision for how we should leverage “things” way before the rest of us – from self-propelled carts to robotic knights. That’s why we named our new IoT applications portfolio after him.

Connected Car Data Worth $1.5 Trillion

We spend a lot of time in our cars, and connected cars will generate enormous volumes of data. Who owns this data? Who gets to analyze it? How can it be monetized? Experts weigh in.

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