Iot Features


IoT Features

Device Virtualization
Standardize integration of devices with the enterprise.


High-Speed Messaging
Enable reliable, secure, and bi-directional communication between devices and the cloud.

Data Enrichment
Enrich raw data streams with contextual information and generate composite streams.

Event Store
Query and visualize massive amounts of data with integrated Oracle BI Cloud Service support and enable big data analysis.

IoT Categories

Information and analysis

Tracking behavior

When products are embedded with sensors, companies can track the movements of these products and even monitor interactions with them. Business models can be fine-tuned to take advantage of this behavioral data.Or consider the possibilities when sensors and network connections are embedded in a rental car.

Enhanced situational awareness

Data from large numbers of sensors, deployed in infrastructure or to report on environmental conditions (including soil moisture, ocean currents, or weather), can give decision makers a heightened awareness of real-time events, particularly when the sensors are used with advanced display or visualization technologies.

Sensor-driven decision analytics

The Internet of Things also can support longer-range, more complex human planning and decision making. The technology requirements—tremendous storage and computing resources linked with advanced software systems that generate a variety of graphical displays for analyzing data—rise accordingly.

Automation and control

Process optimization

The Internet of Things is opening new frontiers for improving processes.These sensors feed data to computers, which in turn analyze them and then send signals to actuators that adjust processes by modifying ingredient mixtures, temperatures, or pressures.

Optimized resource consumption

Networked sensors and automated feedback mechanisms can change usage patterns for scarce resources, including energy and water, often by enabling more dynamic pricing. deploying “smart” meters that provide residential and industrial customers.

Complex autonomous systems

The most demanding use of the Internet of Things involves the rapid, real-time sensing of unpredictable conditions and instantaneous responses guided by automated systems. This kind of machine decision making mimics human reactions, though at vastly enhanced performance levels.