IBM named a leader in The Forrester Wave™: Industrial IoT Software Platforms, Q3 2018

Succeeding in the Industrial Internet of Things requires the right software: expertise, industry knowledge, advanced analytics and AI, as well as the ability to quickly collect and connect devices.


Take the right steps to prepare for the Internet of Things

Organizations today are challenged in deploying IoT and getting the most out of their investment. In order to succeed, businesses need to focus on developing the right tools, services, applications and integrations with IoT.

Start small, scale fast

Securely connect, collect and start processing IoT data quickly and easily with Watson IoT Platform. And because it uses IBM Cloud, your company can scale and adapt quickly to changing business needs without compromising security, privacy or risk levels.

Visualize, analyze and act

Take advantage of the analytics service for visualization and AI-driven analytics in the cloud. It provides your line of business with an extensible catalog of analytical functions to enrich, augment and, ultimately, gain insights from data in a simple and intuitive way.

Manage and integrate data

Track, trace and trust

Enable shared and secured information across your business network with the blockchain service. It enables Internet of Things (IoT) and assets to validate provenance and events in a trusted, immutable ledger – increasing trust and transparency across ecosystems.

Use the power of cognitive

Product behind this solution

IBM Watson IoT platform

Get a quick start on your next IoT project. Watson IoT Platform is a managed, cloud-hosted service designed to make it simple to derive value from your IoT devices.


Client success

KONE makes elevator services intelligent with Watson IoT Platform

Every day, a billion people count on KONE to keep them moving. That's why predictive maintenance matters and why – in a 100-year-old industry – KONE is differentiating with vision and vigilance. Using Watson IoT Platform, intelligent, real-time (and real) machine conversations happen.

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