Embedded vs. Retrofit: How to successfully connect my product

Companies that connect their products on the Internet of Things (IoT) want to increase quality and reliability, offer a better service experience, operate more energy-efficiently and sustainably, differentiate themselves in the market, or develop a new business model. Our white paper clarifies which preliminary considerations are important to efficiently achieve these goals.

Cover image e-book "Embedded vs. Retrofit: How to Connect Your Product Successfully"

Here's what you can expect, including:

  • Case studies: Every IoT project has specific requirements
    In order to be able to answer the various questions before starting an IoT project, the framework conditions must first be clear. For example, where the product will be used, power supply, costs, transmission frequency or data volume.

  • Choosing the right method – embedded or retrofit?
    Embedded and retrofit are two different methods of connecting products. What do these two terms mean in practice and why is the decision between the methods important for you?

  • How our customers benefit from IoT connectivity
    Both retrofit and embedded have their advantages depending on the requirements of the use case. Our customers have already successfully connected their products using both methods.

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