How Operational Data Spaces will drive the Subnet of Things
As the partnership of, and benefits from, IoT and analytics become increasingly widespread, enterprises will begin to explore the possibilities offered by data sharing, fostering new marketspaces which we call Operational Data Spaces. These Operational Data Spaces will be defined by agreed characteristics and attributes between relevant stakeholders, and will collectively provide opportunities for enterprises to create and launch new services, business models and customer experiences. Operational Data Spaces will be one specific example of the wider concept of Subnets of Things.
This Research Note explores the growing opportunity open to enterprises to generate, manage, and make use of Operational Data Spaces. Access to better data assets and the application of intelligent analytics will enable enterprises to discover and generate new and valuable insights.
Keywords: IoT, Internet of Things, analytics, Big Data, Operational Data spaces, Predictive analytics, prescriptive analytics, artificial intelligence, open data, Industry 4.0, healthcare, augmented intelligence, Subnets of Things, SoTs
Companies featured in this report: B2C Data, GE, PTC, the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA), Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), European Medicines Agency (EMA), UK Open Data Institute, GovData Germany, B2C Data, CitizenMe, Digi.me
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