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IBM Watson IoT™ offers a market-leading IoT platform and intelligence to help asset-intensive industries maximize their connected operations, spaces, and vehicles. With open, flexible and trusted solutions, IBM helps clients unlock the value of data with AI to drive better decisions and competitive advantage.

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    Watson IoT Platform

    Securely connect, collect and start processing IoT data quickly and easily. Track, trace and trust shared information across your business network with the blockchain service.

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    IBM Watson IoT Platform Analytics Service

    Enrich, augment and interact with your IoT Platform data with AI-driven analytics in the cloud. Visualize, display and analyze findings to gain insights, improve productivity and deliver innovation.

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    IBM Maximo Asset Performance Management

    Extend EAM using powerful AI and real-time data from sensors and devices on plant floors to get a complete view of asset health and maintenance, predict failure and improve availability.

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    IBM TRIRIGA

    Discover how the IBM real estate and facilities management solution can help you drive greater efficiency across your connected facilities, a more engaging workplace experience, and better business outcomes.

About IBM Watson Internet of Things

A suite of enterprise-ready AI services, applications and tooling, IBM Watson IoT helps improve the operational efficiency of your physical assets and reduce costs by helping you unlock the value of your data in entirely new, profound ways. With insights from Watson, you can predict, rethink and shape future business outcomes.

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Case Studies

  • Nation Waste Inc prevents workplace injuries using real-time safety monitoring

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  • L’Oreal makes an Industry 4.0 transformation with agile operations, AI and IoT

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  • Sandvik puts IoT to work for the manufacturing industry

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