Enabling smart products is more than just building smart applications and making sense of the data generated from connected devices. It is an iterative process that spans design – operate – manage – predict cycle. A good smart product design is a mix of concept design, engineering, data science, and in-field feedback all connected together with the IoT mortar. A smart enabled product leverages the best of engineering simulation to define better products through continuous feedback from the field as well as uses data science to extend the useful life of the product while in operation. Solutions such as ESP – are the essentail sixth sense of the products. And that is why we say, There is more to IoT.
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