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Mark Peters : April 11th 2017 - 18:54 CET

Samsung explains advantages of Internet of Things

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SamsungSamsung Electronics explains possibilities of IoT : Samsung has published an interested report about the advantages of the Internet of Things. The Samsung report contains five hypotheses. Thanks to the Internet of Things, digitization will soon become tangible - taking the form of connected things of all kinds. Technological advancements in the realm of hardware as well as the development of important technologies such as miniature RFID chips have paved the way for this new stage of digital transformation. In addition, the widespread introduction of 5G network technology will lead to the exchange of mobile data at high speeds. For businesses, that is good news: not only can they become more agile and streamline their processes, this new infrastructure also enables them to develop and implement entirely new business models.
Internet of Things IoT

Internet of Things security issues
The IoT will require open standards across all industries, which is why we advocate for transparent R&D work and support open platforms. Samsung Electronics has worked very closely with global partner network to achieve that openness. However, IoT ecosystems that are based on interoperability and openness will also demand robust security. The higher the number of devices that are connected to a network, the greater the vulnerability for being hacked.

With stricter penalties looming on the horizon, as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will sharpen the consequences for data protection violations, it is imperative that every professional Internet of Things solution be paired with a well-founded security concept that includes proactive security systems as well as robust security platforms.

The Open Economy

The Open Economy
The success of mobile devices and the interconnectedness brought about by the Internet of Things are important drivers behind the overall transformation towards the so-called 'Open Economy'. By 2020, 40 percent of employees will work on a self-employed basis. Integrating these freelancers, as well as increasingly autonomous employees into business processes in a way that is effective and secure, is one of the biggest challenges that business must face going forward. After all, rigid office structures are increasingly obsolete: the 'Open Economy' will be dominated by flexible schedules and office models.

Furthermore, new forms of collaboration will evolve - not just with startups, but former competitors as well. To ensure that these new forms of cooperation are based on a swift exchange of data and knowledge without compromising the integrity of sensitive information, security architectures must be rooted deep in the hardware of mobile electronics devices.

Advantages Internet of Things

Advantages of Internet of Things
A recent study by the German IT industry association Bitkom revealed that most German businesses are currently undergoing a transformation process as a result of digitization. However, only 39 percent use the potential of digital technology to offer new products or services. Against this background, it seems important to emphasize that the businesses focusing solely on optimizing their processes and efficiency may fail to recognize the IoT’s broader and more diverse potential.

The Internet of Things enables businesses to develop innovative new products and better services as well as data-driven business models - and thus helps them gain access to new markets. Making full use of these opportunities is not a matter for the future - it starts today. According to analysts and consulting firms, the IoT’s overall business potential is worth billions. For example, McKinsey estimates the IoT’s global economic value to be between 3.9 to 11.1 trillion dollars annually for 2025.

The Internet of Things era has the potential to bring users a new level of comfort and service, which will in turn impact consumers‘ future needs and expectations. The smartness and interconnectedness of utility objects - from the refrigerator to the car - will simplify our daily lives and result in new services that are not only convenient, but will save time as well as costs. It will also answer individual needs with much greater precision. In this context, the interoperability of devices as well as the learning aptitude of systems will become much more relevant for the development of IoT-based products and services.

Samsung Artik Cloud

Samsung Artik Cloud
Just recently, Peugeot and Samsung Electronics teamed up and announced the 'Peugeot Instinct Concept' - an internet-enabled concept car representing Peugeot’s take on the self-driving experience. It’s the first time a car has been enabled with a functional IoT platform, the Samsung Artik Cloud, which seamlessly connects the car to the user’s cloud and thus to a full range of connected devices such as a smartphone, smartwatch or home automation system. This way, users can interact with their cars from any cloud-enabled device. On the other hand, the concept car can adjust its settings depending on other devices.

Smart end-to-end IoT platform
At Samsung, we regard it as our responsibility to contribute to the necessary groundwork for the IoT to be successful. Therefore, we will further expand our innovative capacity in the development of devices, components and software, and keep on optimizing them for the IoT era. Our aim is that, from 2020 onwards, almost all Samsung electronic devices will be IoT ready.

For businesses, we offer a smart end-to-end platform for the IoT - Samsung Artik - which equips them with the necessary hardware and software to develop their IoT solutions in-house, build their own prototypes in a cost-effective way and quickly bring new products and services to market.

Together with our partners, we also continuously introduce new innovative solutions and will keep on doing so. It is our overarching goal to support businesses during their digital transformation in the best possible way, and to help them implement new technology concepts so they can make full use of the potential and innovations offered by the Internet of Things.

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