Internet of Things

Special Report: Internet of Things

September 2017

In August, Oracle announced significant enhancements to its Oracle Internet of Things cloud services. The offerings now feature built-in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning that powers Digital Twin and Digital Thread capabilities.


“IoT [Internet of Things] holds the potential to transform today’s siloed operations into a modern, interconnected, digital set of workflows with real-time visibility and responsiveness,” said Bhagat Nainani, group vice president of IoT Applications at Oracle. “Oracle continues to push the boundaries of IoT to help our customers significantly simplify their IoT deployments. By receiving real-time data streams enhanced with predictive insights, they can reach new levels of intelligence and a much quicker realization of ROI.”

Here, learn more about this announcement, plus find out about IoT-related sessions at Oracle OpenWorld to get expert advice about using this emerging technology to drive your business forward.

Press Release: Oracle Expands IoT Cloud Portfolio, Enabling Customers to Accelerate Intelligence and ROI from Connected Assets
Introduces Digital Twin, Digital Thread, artificial intelligence, and machine learning capabilities

Internet of Things at Oracle OpenWorld
Search the conference catalog to find sessions you won’t want to miss.

Six Reasons Why Companies Need IoT
The number one reason? You can increase visibility across siloed business functions to improve business maturity. Learn the other five reasons.

How IoT Helps Lochbridge Drive Customer Loyalty and Profitability
Technology consulting and services provider Lochbridge has a long history of involvement with the Internet of Things.

IoT: The Business of Things
Oracle Internet of Things cloud services integrate devices and help organizations build on data in new ways.

Connect, Analyze, Integrate
The Internet of Things is much greater than the sum of its devices.

Industrial Revolution
Innovative software and data analytics are helping GE Digital turn industry upside down.

Five Ideas: Internet of Things
Learn from experts, including Oracle thought leaders and customers, about how to stop thinking about sensors—and start thinking about how to use data in real time to speed supply chains and offer better customer service.

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