The Internet of Things (IoT) is a complex infrastructure that connects devices to the cloud for analytics. It is a full technology stack with the two bookends of the solution being the device and the cloud. In between is the IoT core, which creates the path for IoT data in the field to be collected and prepared so that it can arrive in the cloud for processing, computing, and creating analytical insights.
An IoT platform also helps customers manage and monitor devices, whether a deployment has a fleet of devices in the thousands or is dispersed globally. A comprehensive and streamlined IoT core provides organisations with the ability to select their preferred communication protocol, allowing them to receive telemetry data from devices. It also provides the means for management of devices and device policies from the cloud while also issuing OTA commands and configuration update back to devices.
Additionally, IoT core also provides a secure method for data communication, as it only allows authenticated devices to access your system in the cloud, and protects the transported telemetry data with end-to-end encryption.
The use cases within IoT are manifold, many of which are rooted in supporting sustainability, overcoming traditional challenges, or create efficiencies for overall economic benefits. A few examples include:
A Powerful IoT Core to Drive Success
KORE has developed a robust IoT core, called KORE OmniCoreTM that integrates seamlessly into Google Cloud to ensure that devices are communicating securely and reliably to be computed in the cloud for analytics and action.
KORE OmniCore features and benefits include:
Want to learn more about the collaboration between KORE and Google Cloud? Check out this on-demand webinar from KORE. And to talk to our dedicated OmniCore team, just reach out!
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