We are moving rapidly to an ever more connected world and the opportunities for the Telecommunications industry are significant, from new connectivity offerings based on dedicated IoT infrastructure to participating in the data market and the creation of new applications. At the core, since everything happens somewhere and all the things in the IoT have a place, location information is pivotal to maximising the potential and in particular to transforming raw data into valuable, actionable intelligence.
Jack Dangermond, CEO, Esri
The application of geo-analytics to the IoT is growing rapidly - discover why and the latest innovations below...
Fortune online reports on Esri demonstrating real time tracking of NY taxis..
The ‘Internet of Things; Why Location Matters’ ebook is the essential guide for telecommunications businesses to understand how to leverage the location information that will be the key to realising potential revenue streams from the IoT...
At this year's IBM World of Watson event, Esri announced that it now works with IBM users and developers to broaden the customer experience by making Esri data and technology available in the IBM cloud...
A new partnership between Esri and interactive navigation app company Waze will facilitate sharing real-time transportation data with its citizens...
The partnership aims to create a ‘world graph’, which could help power smart cities, enable IoT communications, along with transforming various industries and play a key role in transportation.
ESRI has been looking at geo-analytics data for a long time. Its application is now getting much wider with the growth of the IoT. What does geo-location data bring to the IoT?
The explosion of location-enabled devices coupled with advances in processing capabilities in the last ten years have paved the way for the connected devices and powerful cloud analytics of the Internet of Things (IoT) to help organisations work faster and smarter than ever before...
ESRI’s Randy Frantz recently accepted a position as co-lead of TM Forum’s Internet of Things (IoT) work stream. This article explores his vision for the role...
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