Taking part in German-Russian events dedicated to Industry 4.0 and partnership of the two countries has become a nice tradition for Tibbo Systems.
At the beginning of September, Victor Polyakov visited German-Russian talks in Baden-Baden and presented our company and IoT platform within the context of the session called “Technology revolution: growth potential and possibilities of partnership with Russia”.
This IDC study discusses the IoT Software Platform market and is IDC's inaugural taxonomy defining the scope of the IoT Software Platform market.
While IoT Software Platform architecture varies greatly from vendor to vendor, at a basic level these products connect devices, collect and manage vast amounts of data, and expose new insights to enterprises' back-end systems or to third parties. This IDC taxonomy describes the competitive market framework IDC will use to size and forecast the market opportunity for IoT Software Platforms.
"The IoT Software Platform market has evolved significantly over the past few years but is still a complex and fragmented space," says Stacy Crook, research director, IoT. "IDC believes it is important to define common IoT platform architectures to properly segment and size this crowded market." Carrie MacGillivray, vice president, IDC’s Mobility and Internet of Things teams, adds, "IDC's Software Platform taxonomy will help organizations understand the capabilities that make up an IoT platform as they look to make investment decisions for their current and future IoT deployments."
September 19 – 20, IoT World Summit Russia 2017, the most practical mega event in IoT sphere took place in Innopolis (Kazan). It was dedicated to the key society activity aspects development via IoT systems and technologies deployment.
The primary objective of the international meeting of middle and large business representatives, governmental structures and specialists in the field of high technologies was an analysis of the current state and prospects of the development of IoT technologies in Russia.