You may be familiar with this situation: your company has developed a fantastic product that is going to used in a hospital, and you’re faced with the issue of getting the data back to your team safely. The IT department at the hospital will not give you access to their network, which makes sense, as many hospitals have lately faced major security breaches and forced into costly settlements. What happens when your device cannot get critical access to a wireless network? Having someone manually go to the hospital to collect the data is both costly and a logistical challenge.

Instead of being at the mercy of a manual process, why not a simple cloud-based solution that returns the data, headache free? While many companies are doing this today, they devote hundreds of hours to researching solutions, validating key vendors, and implementing.  All of those tasks can seem daunting, but what if you had a partner that could lead you through it, or do it all for you?

Wireless Analytics has been revolutionizing IoT-as-a-Service solutions that provide clients with a time and money-saving strategy to deliver the data they need.  Our guiding principle is to take the complexity out of IoT, enabling our clients to achieve their visions, without all of the effort.

Recently, WA completed a major IoT project for a large consumer electronics company that has yielded millions of dollars in annual cost savings. WA created a solution for the client which allows them to update kiosks located in stores around the United State and Europe through the cloud instead of forcing a human drive to each location to make updates. You can read more about this case study, “Moving a Manual Process to the Cloud.”

IoT is booming. Ericsson’s 2016 mobility report claims we’ll see more IoT devices connected to the Internet than mobile devices in 2018. In 2015, there were about 15.4 billion connected devices. Intel has projected that we will see 200 billion connected devices by 2020. Getting devices online is not a fool’s errand. If you’re being bogged down by costly, manual processes to deliver on services, it’s time to think about an effective IoT solution.

According to Gartner, spending on IoT security is expected to reach $547 million in 2018. Companies understand the struggle of getting data transmitted securely and want a safe solution. Contact Wireless Analytics and talk to an industry expert who understands the pain points of securing data and will do whatever it takes to ensure your expectations are met.

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Written by Grey Johnson

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