By harish.doddala on Sep 27, 2013
IoT, as described before, is a complex value chain that involves multiple stakeholders ranging from semiconductor manufacturers, sensors and gateway manufacturers, network providers, software vendors system integrators and many more. An independent research study by Beecham Research emphasizes the need for coordination across partners in this value chain to be a topmost priority in the IoT platform.
interesting session at Oracle Open World,2013 that attempts to provide insight into the role of Oracle
Fusion Middleware in the IoT platform. Find out how Oracle's Java Embedded Technologies with Oracle Fusion Middleware can provide a standardized platform to develop and deploy applications across multiple devices and data centers. Application scenarios where solutions have been successfully deployed will also be presented. Infotech, a location intelligence company based in Turkey, uses this platform to offer a range of location based services. The CEO of Infotech explains how Oracle Fusion Middleware was leveraged for its solutions.
Session Details are as follows -
Speakers: Ali Peker - CEO, INFOTECH Bilisim ve Iletisim Teknolojileri A.S | Ed Zou - VP, Product Management, Fusion Middleware, Oracle | Shivanshu Upadhyay - Solution Architecture Director, Oracle
Session Abstract: Only Oracle delivers a comprehensive platform for the entire machine-to-machine (M2M) architecture. The key to gaining real business value from M2M services or, more broadly, the Internet of Things is effective communication among all elements of the architecture. With an integrated, end-to-end platform, it is possible to deploy applications faster, process and analyze data at lightning speeds, and act on events as quickly as they occur. This presentation looks at the Oracle device-to-data-center platform and how Oracle Fusion Middleware, the leading business innovation platform for the enterprise and the cloud, enables partners to create and run agile, intelligent M2M applications.
Here's a highlight of an interesting session on Internet of Things around Oracle's Open World.
The Internet of Things (IoT) platform provides simple, scalable and cost-effective means to enable organizations manage and analyze large volumes of device data throughout its lifecycle - collection to analysis. Canon is an interesting example which illustrates such a use-case. As a leader in office equipment business, Canon deals with processing numerous events-per-second in real-time to manage its multi-function printers (MFPs).
Find out how Oracle's IoT platform has enabled Canon to meet some of its challenges in scalability, performance and proactive maintenance of its MFPs.
Session Details are as follows -
Speakers: Harish Gaur, Director Product Management, Oracle | Dennis Amorosano - Sr. Director, Canon U.S.A., Inc
Session Abstract: As more devices become intelligent, governments as well as companies ranging from utilities and healthcare to the automotive industry are exploring ways to leverage data coming from devices to optimize processes, create differentiated offerings, and derive new revenue streams. However, there are many challenges as organizations take on M2M projects such as connecting with numerous devices, managing a tremendous amount of data from them, ensuring end-to-end security, integrating with applications, and coordinating with players along the value chain. This session covers the Oracle Internet of Things platform for connection devices—a common platform for building M2M solutions—and how customers are using it.
Internet Of Things (IoT)