Internet of Things (IoT)

The Internet of Things is a collective term for technologies that allow the networking of physical and virtual objects with one another so that they can work together thanks to information and communication technologies. The Internet of Things thus enables interaction between human beings and networked electronic systems, as well as between the systems themselves (machine-to-machine communication, M2M). The functions can also support people in activities by, for example, sending information about machine states to maintenance teams, etc. Ever-smaller embedded computers are supposed to help people without distracting them or even being noticed. valantic advises its company customers on the implementation of IoT technologies, for example, to guarantee the smoother flow of production or logistics processes.


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On the path to the customer-centered and intelligent company

The digital transformation in companies is progressing more and more. But the future belongs to customers and lies in the intelligence to provide them with the most perfect customer experience possible. With the customer at the center of attention, the path to the Intelligent Enterprise is thus marked out and indispensable. New technologies such as artificial intelligence, predictive analytics and the Internet of Things (IoT) will be increasingly in demand.

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valantic DR!FT showcase

With our showcase, valantic connects processes along the value chain, using chatbots and IoT – with ease and at high speed.