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How we’re leading the way in IoT.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is all about connecting multiple devices to the internet, and the opportunities it presents.

When you hear people talking about smart devices, what they are actually talking about is IoT, which is, put simply, about connecting devices or things to the internet. But there is nothing simple about the way it works and, with 5G on the way, the opportunity it presents!

By 2020, the global IoT industry is expected to be worth US $19 trillion, and the number of connected devices is going to grow at an accelerated rate, jumping from 23 billion in 2018 to more than 75 billion by 2025.¹

Even today, IoT devices can track driving behaviour for cities, use smart parking meters and smart traffic lights to collect data to improve the way people live, work and play.

But how will businesses take advantage of this tremendous opportunity? Through Rogers for Business, businesses and institutions can tap into endless potential.

For example, Rogers IoT Fleet Management can track vehicle locations, speed, deviation, weather analytics, idling and more, while improving safety and routing with highly localized, predictive weather and road-condition data.

And every company can benefit from asset monitoring. Whether your assets are indoors, outdoors, stationary or in transit, Rogers products can help real-time data about them—including temperature, humidity, altitude, pressure, shock and tilt—with tamper-resistant sensors that provide insightful analytics accessible from any internet-enabled device.

Smart cities will soon employ data as second nature, monitoring and communicating road conditions, precipitation, wind speed and visibility in real time for increased safety. Traffic light activation based on volume will save energy, and automatically monitored waste bins levels will result in more efficient garbage collection.

Rogers IoT also supplies leading-edge hardware, with modules that are certified and competitively priced, so businesses can take advantage of the many managed services available, including device management, site surveys and site health assessments.

¹ “IoT: Number of Connected Devices Worldwide 2015-2025”. Statista