Unlocking the Internet of Things revolution: edie launches free guide for businesses

Organisations seeking to capitalise on the sustainability benefits offered by the Internet of Things (IoT) now have access to a new edie Explains guide which breaks down everything you need to know about deploying IoT technology across your operations.

This nine-page edie Explains guide explores the Internet of Things (IoT) concept and how it can transform corporate sustainability

This nine-page edie Explains guide explores the Internet of Things (IoT) concept and how it can transform corporate sustainability

The new edie Explains: The Internet of Things business guide, produced in association with edie's supporting partner GridBeyond, provides an in-depth summary of the IoT concept, which is one of the most exciting technological developments in modern times.

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What is the Internet of Things (IoT) and how is it relevant to corporate sustainability? What are the potential business benefits of deploying IoT technology across your operations? And what does the future hold for the IoT? This free edie Explains guide gives you everything you need to know.

The nine-page guide also incorporates a number of 'top tips' on deploying IoT solutions, and concludes with an industry viewpoint, provided by GridBeyond's chief executive Michael Phelan, which explores how the IoT can unlock a sustainable Fourth Industrial Revolution. 

Phelan writes: "For large commercial and industrial energy users, IoT technology offers significant opportunities to transform energy strategies by improving efficiencies, generating savings and creating additional revenue streams, while enhancing green credentials by meeting environmental and sustainability commitments."

edie staff


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