IoT is all about centralizing distributed information to monitor and gather insights across large geographies. It's already being used to improve transit fleets in Dallas, improve the performance of emergency services in New Jersey, and start cracking down on global the counterfeit drug market.
How the Internet of Things is changing healthcare and transportation
Far from being a gimmicky way to collect more data on customers – and sell them more things – IoT technology has the power to transform industries, manage costs and deliver quality outcomes to up and down the supply chain. Here’s how two industries are doing just that.
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