Top 5 Books For The Business Of Internet of Things (IoT)
The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to be one of the top 5 growth industries for the technology sector in 2017. IoT products and services are being created by new startups, within internal departments of Fortune 500 companies and everything in-between. Looking at the number of new and continuing conferences offered this year, there is an exponentially growing demand of people wanting to learn more about the business side of IoT and how to use / deploy IoT.
Below are 5 books to help inform you about IoT – get one or maybe all of them, and explore this wondrous technology:
1 – The Amazon Way on IoT: 10 Principles for Every Leader from the World’s Leading Internet of Things Strategies (Volume 2) ($12.99 – paperback) explains how the combination of sensors, cloud computing and machine learning can be used to improve customer experiences, drive operational improvements and build new business models
2 – Building the Internet of Things: Implement New Business Models, Disrupt Competitors, Transform Your Industry ($19.02 – hardcover) focuses on the business implications of Internet of Things (IoT), this book describes the sheer impact, spread, and opportunities arising every day, and how business leaders can implement IoT today to realize tangible business advantages.
3 – IOT (Internet of Things) Programming: A Simple and Fast Way of Learning IOT ($0.00 – Kindle Unlimited) explores programming the Internet of Things (IoT). Its first part features an explanation of what the IoT is and the companies behind it. You will also learn how this technology may change the world. You are then guided on how to program the connected devices in the IoT
4 – Cognitive IoT ($0.00 – Kindle) is about enabling current IoT technologies with human like intelligence. Cognitive systems in the context of IoT would play a key role in future.
5 – Precision: Principles, Practices and Solutions for the Internet of Things ($26.83 – paperback) introduces us to the basics of the industrial Internet of Things (IoT). The first part establishes a vendor-neutral, acronym-free framework, then discusses the framework’s fundamental principles and these principles put into practice. Next, the author puts the IoT framework into practice highlighting 14 real world solutions for manufacturers who are building precision machines and companies utilizing these machines to receive precision enhanced business outcomes. Case studies discussed span a number of industries such as power, water, healthcare, transportation, oil & gas, construction, agriculture, gene sequencers, mining and race cars
If you have the time, we’d also recommend attending any of these conferences to hear industry leaders and meet with solutions providers:
You can still request a Free Pass, before this jumps to $135, to the “Internet of Things World” in Santa Clara, May 16th – 18. Their focus is on creating partnerships and developing ecosystems to monetize the IoT revolution.
MIT IoT Bootcamp, May 20th – June 3rd (note: $9,999 Tuition)
MIT Connected Things, March 13th ($135 and up)
Internet of Things World USA, San Diego, February 20 – 21 ($225 and up)
See here for more information on the pricing.
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