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September 2015

Special Report: Internet of Things

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Internet of Things

By 2020, there will be a quarter billion connected vehicles on the road, enabling new in-vehicle services and automated driving capabilities, according to Gartner, Inc. In the same time, the connected kitchen will contribute at least 15 percent savings in the food and beverage industry, while leveraging big data analytics.

Only Oracle’s Internet of Things platform delivers an integrated, secure, comprehensive platform for the entire IoT architecture across all vertical markets.

In this special report, find out how Oracle helped one automotive company use IoT technology to capture data from in-vehicle sensors and analyze it for insights. Plus, find out how IoT is improving hospitals and patient care while reducing costs.

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How IoT Changes Hospitals

“Smart beds, smart pumps and sensors can report various vitals into dashboards to provide caregivers with a holistic, real-time view of the patient without the constant intervention of nurses and other medical staff.”

—Venkat Dandibhotla, Oracle Insight

Venkat Dandibhotla

Three ‘Side Effects’ of the Internet of Things

“The advent of IoT changes everything. Data has now become the new currency for differentiation and competitive advantage.”

—David Ng, Oracle Insight

David Ng

Five Lessons Learned from an IoT Implementation

“The company expects to dramatically reduce accidents caused by driver distraction, enrich in-vehicle customer experience with differentiated service offerings, lower recall rates by 25 percent, and strengthen its brand value….”

—Rajesh Vellanki, Oracle Insight

Rajesh Vellanki
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Laser Focus

Laser Technology Inc. integrates a cloud solution with its enterprise resource planning core to better respond to business needs.

Forward Momentum

Oracle provides multiple options for customers to move ERP solutions to the cloud, at their own pace.


Oracle Supply Chain Management Cloud enables innovation and value in an ever-changing global market.

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