Whilst smart devices are the all the rage right now, many IoT projects often end in failure as companies don’t clearly define their objectives and value propositions. Instead of pushing forward with widespread connectivity, organizations should look to use IoT devices as a vessel for context and relevant information and data that reflects the initial business objectives of the project. This paper looks at bridging the gap between the strategic goals of an enterprise and relevant IoT context and data and how these objectives can be used to inform the IoT architecture.
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