November 25, 2020

International strategy by Verizon to simplify IoT

Verizonhas announced its international strategy to simplify the internet of Things(IoT) and accelerate market adoption . Verizon’s plan includes:
  LaunchingThing Space: Anew IoT platform allowing developers to create applications, devices to its customers service to their partners and Verizon also introduced integrated vertical solutions simply in an beautiful environment.
New dedicated network core & various connectivity options created by company for next generation og  IOT use cases.
Driving innovation to tackle bi challenges in agriculture healthcare,the consumer electronic evolution and the sharing economy.
Commercializing Verizon’s big data analytic engine for IoT deployments:

Introducing three new end-to-end smart cities solutions, Intelligent Video, Intelligent Lighting and Intelligent Traffic Management.

With an ecosystem of more than 1,000 channel partners and revenue from its IoT and telematics solutions total ling $495 million year-to-date, Verizon is generating one of the largest amounts of revenue from the Internet of Things of any company in the U.S.

“Continued innovation in smart cities, connected cars and wear ables demonstrates that IoT is the future for how we will live and work,” said Mike Lanman, Senior Vice-President Enterprise Products, Verizon. “Despite the exciting potential, IoT is still too complex, too fragmented, too expensive to connect and too hard to scale. Success in that future relies on a leader that can cut through the complexity and change the IoT model. That’s where Verizon comes in. With our experience in networks, devices, platforms and applications, we are taking a holistic approach to simplifying adoption to expand the IoT market from millions to billions of connections.”

Collaborating with Intel, the largest chipset maker in the world, to pilot Verizon’s agricultural platform at Hahn Family Wines, a family-owned winery based in the Santa Lucia Highlands, located in California’s Monterrey County. With more than 1,000 acres of vineyards, the pilot uses sensor data and analytic that can be used effectively to conserve and add precision to resources like water and energy, prevent disease and lower operating costs, resulting in increased and consistently predictable crop yields.

Teaming up with Rareness, one of the largest suppliers of micro controllers in the world, to enable manufacturers of connected machines in IoT and industrial segments to embed Verizon IoT’s technology early in the design process and scale quickly.

Helping to monitor pharmaceutical products in the supply chain and improve safety utilizing Verizon Intelligent Track and Trace. Verizon’s strategic relationship with rfXcel uses IoT technology and leverages the Verizon network, to provide near real-time monitoring of product environments. The commercial launch of Verizon’s Intelligent Track and Trace Solution is expected spring 2016.

Helping colleges and universities across the U.S. reduce their carbon footprint by up to 20 per cent by powering the In nova EV Car Share fleet of all-electric vehicles with Verizon Share, an app designed for today’s sharing economy. As millennials place more emphasis on sharing than on owning vehicles, Verizon’s partnership with In nova EV Car Share is aimed to expand its reach beyond the existing pilot program to other campuses. Pilot sites include the University of Pittsburgh, Colorado State University, the University of Wisconsin – Madison and Washington State University.