IoT by Deutsche Telekom
The Internet of Things - what is it actually? In short: All kinds of things - from machines, pallets and containers to traffic lights, street lamps and electricity meters to garage doors, parking lots and vehicles of all kinds - are equipped with sensors and connected to the Internet. The sensor data is sent to the cloud via radio or fixed network to be analyzed. Why? Because the knowledge gained in this way can be used to optimize processes, reduce costs and time, maximize profits or implement new ideas and business models. Deutsche Telekom will show you how it works.
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Transparency is crucial when getting a supply chain going again after a production stop. Fortunately, networked trackers and the Internet of Things can help.
As part of the coronavirus pandemic regulations, retailers must limit the number of customers in their stores. A smart access control management with digital lightings at the entrance indicates whether the maximum number of people in the store has been reached and sounds an alarm in case of unauthorized access.