In a fictional sci-fi future, people will live in a world full of completely autonomous devices endowed with intelligence. These devices will be capable of completing important tasks for humans without any additional commands – monitor health indicators, predict climate changes, control the state of city life support systems – and smart machines will be able to improve productivity and correct common human errors — and all this without a single human intervention.
Well, that future has already arrived. In everyday life, we use “smart” kitchen appliances, live in “smart” homes, or to put it even more simply, we wear fitness bracelets that measure things like our heart rate or the number of steps taken in real time. Today, most things can be connected to the internet – and this is how the real world meets the digital world, thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT).
The Internet of Things is the world around us and according to Business Insider’s forecast, the IoT market is on pace to grow by more than $2.4 trillion annually by 2027.
Rise of the Machines?
Security issues in IoT is an important topic. The placement, storage, and subsequent processing of data from smart devices requires large computing resources and adaptable hardware capacities.
That is why IoT and cloud technologies are inseparable. The reconstruction of the technical infrastructure of a solution and identification of data for analysis in most cases is carried out on the cloud platform of a selected provider. For example, Cisco IoT Control Center helps you quickly deploy, manage, and monetize your connected devices and applications on a global scale.
Why Cisco IoT Control Center?
Cisco is a reliable partner of Tele2 IoT when it comes to Connectivity Management – and Cisco IoT Control Center (2CONTROL) is the backbone of Tele2 IoT’s offering. Cisco IoT Control Center is a Connectivity Management Platform (CMP) that minimizes the complexity and cost of connected devices management in cellular networks to increase the profitability of IoT business.