As the IoT becomes more widespread, companies are coming to the realization that although IoT stands for “Internet of Things,” the reality is that these solutions are less about the things and more about using the data generated from these things.
As the volume of data that these solutions deliver grows, it is challenging traditional ways of reporting and investigating this data; these methods were never designed with the intent of showing users what’s in the data, but rather to enable self-guided exploration of data.
The problem is even more complex in industrial IoT (IIoT), where billions of data points can be generated every second from manufacturing systems and factory floors

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