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Farming has seen a number of technological transformations in the last decades, becoming more industrialized and technology-driven. By using various smart agriculture gadgets, farmers have gained better control over the process of raising livestock and growing crops, making it more predictable and efficient. So how is IoT benefiting farmers:

  1. Cattle Monitoring & Management

  2. Crop & Soil Monitoring

  3. Realtime monitoring of climate conditions

  4. Improving water usage

  5. Aid pest management


Many industries are poised to be revolutionized by IoT technology. Property management is near the top of that list. In fact, 43% of property managers in the US believe that IoT will greatly affect how they manage their buildings in the future. These are the top 5 use cases for IoT in property management:

  1. Predictive Maintenance

  2. Utility Monitoring 

  3. Increased Energy Efficiency

  4. Safety & Security

  5. Real time management of stock



It is hard to overestimate the place of IoT in healthcare these days. Smart devices, wearables and the overall level of connectivity and innovations in modern medical equipment have changed the industry forever. But where is IoT making the most impact int he healthcare space:

  1. Remote Health and Monitoring

  2. Ensuring the availability and accessibility of critical hardware

  3. Tracking staff, patients and inventory

  4. Enhancing Drug Management

  5. Addressing Chronic Disease


IoT can reduce inventory error, optimize your supply chain management, and decrease labor costs. Ultimately, IoT can help your traditional brick-and-mortar shop compete with today’s online-first shopping world, by exponentially improving customer experience and decreasing unnecessary expenses. So, how are shops of the future doing this:

  1. Personalized discounts

  2. Smart Shelves

  3. In-store layout optimisation

  4. Supply chain optimization

  5. Predictive equipment maintenance



As data-driven technology, IoT in logistics allows extraction of data from every entity part of the loop. For logistics and supply chain companies, availability of a larger set of real-time data and the ability to analyze it can improve the strategic decision-making capabilities.

  1. Fleet Management

  2. Tracking & Tracing

  3. Alternative Distribution Methods

  4. Better supply-demand balance

  5. Customer order & Delivery Tracking


Manufacturing is currently the largest spender of IoT devices. And its no wonder, incorporating IoT allows manufacturers to optimize the production process, reduce delivery time and lower expenditure.  Currently, many IoT projects are related to such issues as smart factory, facility and asset management, security and operations, logistics, customer servicing. Here are 5 areas that are benefiting the most from IoT:

  1. Predictive Repairing

  2. Remote Production Control

  3. Asset Tracking

  4. Logistics Management

  5. Digital Twins 



s the population continues to grow, there is increased pressure on the mining industry. Currently, 3.11 million pounds of minerals, metals and fuel are required by each person in their lifetime. The expectation for the next decade is that the Internet of Things will be used throughout the trade to create recommendable actions for equipment operators. Here are a few use cases of IoT within mining:

  1. Health and Safety of Miners

  2. Remote Control of Heavy Equipment

  3. ID root cause of Performance Issues

  4. Enable Real time analysis

  5. Pro-active Maintenance


While the construction industry is changing at a glacial pace, construction companies who are adopting technology to successfully address common workplace concerns and streamline processes are benefiting from increased efficiencies and improved responsiveness to the increasing demands of the industry. Here are a few areas where they have found increased efficiencies:

  1. Supply chain optimisation using JIT methodology

  2. Predictive maintenance of equipment

  3. Accurately predict concrete curing

  4. Structural Health Monitoring

  5. Health & Safety