#IoTMakers | E045
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On this IoT For All podcast episode, Rohit Tripathi, SVP and Head of Products at SAP Digital Interconnect, discusses what the next generation of IoT services/solutions will look like, the impact of IoT in 2019 and his predictions for 2020.
Rohit details the biggest challenges facing IoT adoption and how that will change going into 2020. He also shares why it’s important to blend together the people and technology elements of an IoT solution, and why it’s so important for the next generation of IoT services to do more than simply connect physical objects.
If you’re interested in connecting with Rohit check out his LinkedIn!
About SAP Digital Interconnect: SAP Digital Interconnect provides cloud-based engagement services that enable enterprises to connect the “last mile” with their customers. Anonymized mobile-sourced data and analytic services provide near-real-time consumer insight to brands and agencies around the globe. SAP Digital Interconnect enterprise services simplify object connectivity, roaming and subscription management and data security across multiple regions and networks through a single connection and contract.
Key Question and Topics from this Episode:
(03:43) Rohit Introduction
(05:15) What role does SAP Digital Interconnect play in the IoT market?
(08:41) Why is it important to blend together the people and technology elements with an IoT solution?
(13:29) What challenges have you experienced with SAP IoT Connect 365 and SAP People Connect 365? In particular, how does the people/human element adds to the challenges you’re experiencing?
(17:13) Why is it so important for the next generation of IoT services to do more than simply connect physical objects?
(20:06) What new challenges may arise in the adoption of IoT services and solutions?
(22:30) Looking back on 2019, what were the biggest things that happened over the year in terms of technology advancements and market growth that impact the IoT space?
(28:39) What expectations and predictions do you (Rohit) have for the IoT industry in 2020?