BIG DATA MANAGEMENT

Exploiting IoT Data Analytics for Business Success

MAHIPAL NEHRA | January 21, 2021

article image
The Internet of Things has been the hype in the past few years. It is set to play an important role in industries. Not only businesses but also consumers attempt to follow developments that come with the connected devices. Smart meters, sensors, and manufacturing equipment all can remodel the working system of companies. 

Based on the Statista reports, the IoT market value of 248 billion US dollars in 2020 is expected to reach a worth of 1.6 Trillion USD by 2025.  The global market is in the support of IoT development and its power to bring economic growth. But, the success of IoT without the integration of data analytics is impossible. This major growth component of IoT is the blend of IoT and Big Data - together known as IoT Data Analytics. 

Understanding IoT Data Analytics

IoT Data Analytics is the analysis of large volumes of data that has been gathered from connected devices. As IoT devices generate a lot of data even in the shortest period, it becomes complex to analyze the enormous data volumes. Besides, the IoT data is quite similar to big data but has a major difference in their size and number of sources. To overcome the difficulty in IoT data integration, IoT data analytics is the best solution. With this combination, the process of data analysis becomes cost-effective, easier, and rapid. 

 

Why Data Analytics and IoT Will Be Indispensable?

Data analytics is an important part of the success of IoT investments or applications. IoT along with Data analytics will allow businesses to make efficient use of datasets. How? 

Let’s get into it!



Impelling Revenue

Using data analytics in IoT investments businesses will become able to gain insight into customer behavior. It will lead to the crafting offers and services accordingly. As a result, companies will see a hike in their profits and revenue. 

Volume

The vast amount of data sets that are being used by IoT applications needs to be organized and analyzed to obtain patterns. It can easily be achieved by using IoT analytics software.

Competitive Advantage

In an era full of IoT devices and applications, the competition has also increased. You can gain a competitive advantage by hire developers that can help with the IoT analytics implementations. It will assist businesses in providing better services and stand out from the competition. 


Now the next question arises: Where is it being implemented? Companies like Amazon, Microsoft, Siemens, VMware, and Huawei are using IoT data analytics for product usage analysis, sensor data analysis, camera data analysis, improved equipment maintenance, and optimizing operations. 
 

The Rise of IoT Data Analytics 

With the help of IoT Data Analytics, companies are ready to achieve more information that can be used to improve their overall performance and revenue. Although it has not reached every corner of the market yet, it is still being used for making the workplace more efficient and safe. 

The ability to analyze and predict data in real-time is definitely a game-changer for companies that need all of their equipment to work efficiently all the time. It is continuously growing to provide insights that were never possible before. 
Become a contributor

Spotlight

NAVEOS

NAVEOS ®, formerly DSH Mgmt Solutions, is a national health care data analytics firm headquartered in Virginia and was recently approved as KHA Solutions Group's newest Affinity Partner. NAVEOS® has developed technology processes and expert systems to enable automated workflows for hospitals and other health care providers to maximize past, present and future revenues under federal, state and other government health care programs…

Spotlight

NAVEOS

NAVEOS ®, formerly DSH Mgmt Solutions, is a national health care data analytics firm headquartered in Virginia and was recently approved as KHA Solutions Group's newest Affinity Partner. NAVEOS® has developed technology processes and expert systems to enable automated workflows for hospitals and other health care providers to maximize past, present and future revenues under federal, state and other government health care programs…

RELATED ARTICLES