Have been thinking about how to start implementing the internet of things (IoT) for you company, but you don’t know where to start? Well you may want to start small. What I mean by that is, you want to pick a small part of your operation to implement IoT. For example if you have a manufacturing plant, you may want to implement IoT in just one assembly line. IoT can be very beneficial to a company, but also very hard to implement.
The benefits of starting small are numerous and can help you decide in the long run of IoT is something worth implementing fully. With an technology upgrade and implementation you will experience many difficulties. Starting small will allow to see what the challenges are and what bugs need to be fixed. You can measure on a small scale if the implementation of ROI is helping efficiency and you bottom line.
It very easy to think that you need to fully implement something like IoT when you first start to consider it. However; starting small is a great option for every business that wants IoT. This is how you see the cost versus the benefits. You can get a picture of how this can work for your company. If you’re interested in learning about IoT and how to start implementing, you should read this blog from Cisco on how to start small. Click here for the blog.