SAP takes the lead in the Internet of Things
2015 has been an exciting year for the Internet of Things at SAP. In case you missed the latest news from SAP, here is a quick recap:
Siemens to build open cloud platform for industrial customers – Siemens chose SAP HANA Cloud Platform to develop an open cloud platform for Industry4.0 and IoT in Manufacturing. This platform will enable OEMs and app developers to deliver industrial applications that analyze very large data sets used by industrial IoT solutions.
Accenture and SAP Chosen by CenterPoint Energy to Develop Asset Analytics Solution – CenterPoint Energy has chosen SAP and Accenture to design, test and implement an asset analytics solution that supports CenterPoint Energy’s IoT strategy.
SAP and GEA Collaborate to Help Companies Improve Operational Excellence with the Internet of Things – SAP today announced an Industry 4.0 project with GEA, one of the world’s largest suppliers for the food processing industry, to further develop SAP solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) to address condition monitoring and predictive maintenance.
SAP and Jasper Team Up on IoT Services Initiative – SAP and Jasper, a major provider of IoT lifecycle automation, announced they are collaborating to help enterprises simplify the process of deploying and managing IoT services on a global scale.
Huawei, in Cooperation with SAP, Establishes Joint Innovation Centers to Deepen Cooperation in Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things – Huawei and SAP announced a partnership to establish joint innovation centers in Shenzhen, China and Walldorf, Germany for the Internet of Things.
SAP Joins the Industrial Internet Consortium to Accelerate the Internet of Things and Help Shape the Business of the Future – At Cebit, SAP announced it has joined the Industrial Internet Consortium, which aims at accelerating and promoting the business use of the IoT.
T-Systems and SAP Partner to Offer a Cloud-Based Logistics Solution for Internet of Things – SAP and T-Systems, one of the world’s largest IT services companies and a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, announced they have entered into an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreement for connected logistics based on SAP’s Connected Logistics software and the Connected Car solution from T-Systems.