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Why use IoT for business?

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Understand the power of Internet of Things and cognitive computing, see real results and case studies from our clients including Silverhook Powerboats, Honda, and TP Vision – the maker of Phillips televisions.

With over 13 billion connected devices out there already, and this number predicted to grow to over 29 billion by 2020 it’s time to start your cognitive transformation.

Inspired to know more? Take a look at how IoT is disrupting buildings, vehicles, the environment, retail, factories, and security.

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