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On this IoT For All podcast episode, Albert Behr, CEO of BehrTech, discusses the challenges faced when building a solution into a legacy system, how important partnerships are to the IoT industry and why solutions are the key to IoT adoption.

Albert discusses the approach his company takes to play a key role in the Internet of Things industry, why Smart Cities are hard (and a lot of hype) and lays out the criteria you should use when searching for an IoT solution.

If you’re interested in connecting with Albert, check out his LinkedIn!

About BehrTech: BehrTech offers a disruptive wireless connectivity software platform called MYTHINGS that is purpose-built for massive-scale Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) networks. At the core of the platform is MIOTY, a new communication technology standardized by ETSI that provides reliable, robust, and scalable connectivity unlike any other technology on the market. With its approach to interoperability, BehrTech makes it easy for end-users to retrofit its MYTHINGS platform in any environment and enables partners, system integrators, and VARs to deliver fully-integrated IIoT solutions that enable data-driven decisions to be made.

Key Question and Topics from this Episode:

(3:58) Albert Behr Introduction

(5:59) What role does Behr Tech play in the IoT industry?

(7:49) How does Behr’s approach differ from other companies in the Internet of Things space?

(10:01) Use case discussion

(14:24) What challenges are faced when integrating an IoT solution into a legacy system?

(17:01) What other challenges are faced when working to get a solution to market in a cost-effective and efficient way?

(19:51 How important partnerships and a focus on solutions are to the IoT industry

(26:06) Smart city applications discussion

(31:36) What criteria should someone searching for an IoT solution focus on?

(33:52) What should we be on the lookout for in the next 12 months from Behr Tech?

(36:47) What is the best way to reach Albert if you have questions?

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