internet of things
Using IoT can be a great way to drive down costs, increase efficiency and track processes within your business. BCR Associates have a large range of suppliers in the IoT market and will help put the right tariffs in place for you. Our experts can research this on your behalf and come back to you with concrete solutions that will enable your business to grow using Internet of Things.
So what exactly is the Internet of Things (IoT)?
IoT is the concept of connecting any electrical device with an on and off switch to the internet and each other via a SIM card.
What can I use it for?
With the increased reliability of internet connectivity and bandwidth (see our blog about the arrival of 5G) the possible applications of IoT are endless. For example:
- Environmental monitoring
- Service metering
- EPOS/ PDQ machines
- Monitoring printer cartridge usage
- Remote server access
- Home working and lone worker applications
- CCTV, Burglar alarms and cameras
- Fleet tracking and management
- Structural monitoring
- Smart Meters
- Delivery tracking (DPD etc)
To find out about the advantages and disadvantages of IoT, please click here to read our blog.
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