Smart IoT Systems - Going from Real Cool to Real World presentation by TJ Butler of Mesh Systems

Carmel, IN –

The Internet of Things (IoT) demands that companies re-think their approach to product innovation by viewing them as systems not discrete products or services.  Successful companies must take a visionary proof-of-concept (POC) that works well in a controlled lab situation and perfect it for use in the uncontrolled real world.  TJ Butler, Chief Software Architect at Mesh Systems, will speak on this topic at the IoT North America Conference on April 13-14, 2016.

Developing and deploying a Smart IoT system is a game-changer for companies competing in today’s global economy. Successfully commercializing the POC can be difficult as Smart IoT system architects balance feature wish lists with workflow, and logistics and deployment costs so that the product is scalable and, most importantly, revenue ready.

In the presentation, Butler will share his 10+ year experience in delivering real world IoT systems to market. He states, “The potential value propositions are staggering. However, if the reliability, accuracy and quality of data isn't solid, the analytics don't matter. The foundation of good data science is, simply put, good data.”

To read more from Butler, view his recent blog post, How to Identify Blips, Blocks and Bombs.

To register for the IoT North America conference, click Register.

To schedule a meeting with Butler email or tweet @tjbutler5.

To read about one of Butler's successfully deployed IoT Smart products, click Read More

About Mesh Systems

Mesh Systems™ an IoT software, services and solutions provider, delivers turnkey IoT solutions that include hardware, software and communication frameworks for Smart connected products. Our award winning platform, MESHVista®, combined with our deep industry expertise enables us to accelerate delivery of products and services that connect devices, data, people and processes to work in harmony together.

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016