Analytics for the Mobile Internet of Things

Posted on: May 7, 2015 | Posted By: Michael Tanner | Tags: Internet of Things IoT

The mobile Internet of Things (IoT) continues to dramatically change how we interact with the world. As the Internet of Things keeps growing, mobile phones are becoming personal controllers, connecting consumers through Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Zigbee and other Personal Area Networks (PANs) to home control, cameras, smart watches, glasses, fitness trackers and even smart clothing.

The vast number of new devices and applications coming to market make the acquisition and processing of device-sourced IoT metrics extremely challenging. The need to monitor these metrics across networks, locations and time compound the challenge. A solution that is both centrally-controlled and massively distributed delivers a scalable and secure means of transforming telemetry from millions of devices into actionable business insights.

This white paper describes how mobile analytics can be applied to effectively process large scale data expected from the IoT deployments. Carrier iQ's Event Transformation Pipeline allows operators to apply analytics at scale.