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Predix IoT for Developers

We have seen businesses transform into software houses to withstand competition. To continue surviving into the near future they'll also have to embrace IoT, as the industry responds to the ever-increasing presence of connected devices.
In this quest of automating everything, smart and embedded devices will play an increasingly significant role in collecting data at its source, data that they then transmit to remote monitoring centers for further analysis and real-time automated decision making. A prime examples of this is monitoring the state of a wind turbine and automatically shutting it down to avoid overheating.
Therefore in essence IoT provides an ecosystem that consists of the hardware and the software
running on the device, as well as a remote management center, typically cloud based, that hosts the facilities necessary for deriving the crucial insights from the raw data received in order to use them as the basis of all further decision making.

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