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Le CeBIT comme preuve des avantages de l'IdO avec l'International M2M Council

LONDRES, 3 février 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Le plus grand salon des technologies de l'information et des communications du monde a rejoint un nouveau groupe professionnel afin de mettre en avant les avantages commerciaux de l'« Internet des objets ». Le gigantesque salon CeBIT, organisé à Hanovre (Allemagne) chaque année en mars, a accepté de réserver un espace d'exposition où des machines communicantes révèleront comment la connexion de tels appareils peut apporter des bénéfices.

La nouvelle exposition « Internet des objets » du CeBIT sera organisée en coopération avec l'association commerciale nouvellement créée pour les communications de machine à machine, l'International M2M Council (IMC). La mission de cette organisation professionnelle basée à Londres, qui regroupe déjà A&T, Deutsche Telekom et Oracle, est de démontrer les avantages de l'IdO.

Utilisés de manière interchangeable, les termes IdO et communications de machine à machine (M2M) désignent des applications grâce auxquelles des ordinateurs et des capteurs échangent des données entre eux pour surveiller et contrôler des machines à distance. Ces appellations couvrent des applications de connectivité enrichies dans des domaines tels que les voitures connectées, la santé mobile, la sécurité des maisons, le réseau intelligent et la logistique mobile de la chaîne d'approvisionnement.

L'exposition « Internet des objets » du CeBIT 2014 inclura des démonstrations en direct de contrôle de la santé à domicile, de systèmes de gestion de flotte, de mètres intelligents pour les compagnies de gaz, de composants intégrés et de réseaux cellulaires dédiés à l'utilisation M2M.

« Les départements informatiques deviennent plus importants pour le déploiement de la technologie M2M et le salon CeBIT attire un très grand nombre de marchés verticaux cruciaux, comme les industries de l'automobile, de l'énergie et de la santé, ainsi que le secteur public », déclare Keith Kreisher, directeur exécutif de l'IMC. Le groupe compte également Digi International, Iridium, Kore Telematics, Orbcomm, Telecom Italia, Telit et Wyless au nombre des membres de son conseil d'administration.

La nouvelle exposition se tiendra dans l'un des espaces les plus visités du salon, dans le hall 13, à l'entrée principale ouest, réservé traditionnellement aux communications. Le hall abritera d'autres activités M2M, comme le pavillon consacré à l'espace M2M qui regroupera des stands d'exposants plus traditionnels, ainsi que l'espace conférence M2M qui offrira des études de cas sur des modèles commerciaux d'IdO.

À propos de l'International M2M Council Formé en 2013, l'IMC a pour mission de favoriser l'adoption de la technologie M2M par les divers secteurs industriels et de la consommation en réunissant les fournisseurs de solutions et les utilisateurs de la technologie M2M à l'échelle mondiale. Pour plus de renseignements, veuillez consulter www.im2mc.org.

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