The IoT-devil is in the detail…


Internet of Things (IoT) is making its move. In the beginning, it was something for the innovators and early adopters who like to play with new technologies. Today, IoT is something for the early majority who wants to improve the operational productivity with the latest technology. More and more organizations successfully evaluated business cases and cannot wait to get their Internet of Things (IoT) solutions running. It cannot be that hard — it’s the 21st century and the age of digitalization, so everything should be based on standards. You just cherry-pick your sensors, actuators, and an IoT platform, plug them together and go for it. Really? But why do almost 75% of all IoT projects fail [1]? Let’s have a look at typical pitfalls of rolling out IoT in organizations.



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