Oracle Internet of things

Internet of Things

Oracle Big Data Cloud Service

Everyone knows those stories about the future where everyone and everything will be connected by an elaborated network of systems. Today, this future has already begun and it is called the "Internet of Things" (IOT). Gartner predicts that the number of connected "things" in 2020 has reached 25 billion and most analysts expect an economic value of the system far beyond the trillions of euros. With billions of sensors on billions of devices we collect information about anything like car performance, energy use, crop development, calories burned, and just about everything else one would would like to measure. The Internet of Things has more information about the world around us than we had before. It's evident that the IOT has a huge potential for your organisation.


IOT and Business Intelligence Integration

Problem

The problem is that this new wave of big data is coming from a large number of devices and systems has a high volume and velocity. To extract value from all this, companies need to secure this data and then analyze the data. Only when an organization has mastered the above actions, opportunities around efficiency, reducing the cost and improving the product or service will emerge.

Solution

De IOT technologie maakt gebruik van een architectuur die is gebouwd “on top of “ het reguliere en bestaande Internet. Objecten in het netwerk zijn toegankelijk zijn met behulp van bestaande standaarden, zoals Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI) en Representational State Transfer (REST) architecturen. De URI's worden gebruikt om de middelen te vertegenwoordigen. IOT biedt veel mogelijkheden om mensen en machines aan te sluiten, maar het biedt ook vele uitdagingen.

IOT and Business Intelligence Integration

Oracle IOT in combination with Oracle BICS (Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Services) allows you to synchronize the IOT data flows automatically with a Business Intelligence environment and all entirely in the cloud.
This means that the streams of data that you configured in Oracle IOT is directly delivered to your data visualization environment where you can actually make information from the data.
Analyzed messages that have been processed by the IOT can be analyzed and visualized using the real-time analytics function of Oracle BICS services.

Oracle Internet of things


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