Multi domain IoT solution, providing differentiated benefits to client needs.
Wipro’s IoT framework is an end-to-end offering designed to put customer experience at the core to deliver tangible outcomes such as generating new revenue streams, driving productivity and enabling competitive differentiation. The framework comprises solutions and services across five critical areas:
Consulting, advisory and business support: Identifying best-fit use cases and designing roadmaps to support one or more specific digital business objectives (for example, implementing IoT solutions to reduce cost or increase revenue).
Device/ Module Engineering: A collaborative and iterative device engineering approach that applies design thinking concepts and principles to fully leverage cross-functional expertise for IoT success.
Strategic Integration: Holistic device, data and application integration strategy customized to individual implementation requirements.
Platforms and applications: Multiple best-of-breed solutions to create the right platform for identified business requirement.
Operations and managed services: Operations and managed services to help businesses realize sustained value from their IoT investments.
Overall solution approach is customer business centric using Wipro’s proprietary tools such as Wipro Smart i-Connect™, partner platforms and products, start-up eco systems and our technology and domain leadership.
Today’s Smart City is set to transform into a Cognitive City, thanks to 5G technology. In fact, Gartner predicts that by the end of 2024, 60 percent of communication service providers will commercialize 5G service covering Tier-1 cities.
TETRA has coexisted with different generations of mobile network from 2G to 4G. While mobile networks witnessed exponential popularity and expansion amidst users, TETRA saw its own share of growth. TETRA never faced competition from mobile networks. This PoV evaluates whether TETRA and 5G can coexist or if 5G will replace TETRA.
Energy management is crucial to conserve ecosystems and natural resources for enhancing energy efficiency, optimizing energy usage, and leveraging renewable resources for energy generation. This helps reduce energy consumption, mitigate wastage and losses, and improve overall carbon footprint resulting in improved operation and maintenance.
As of late 2021, mobile networks carry around 300 times more traffic than they did in 2011. 5G networks are predicted to have more than 1.7 billion subscribers and account for 25% of the worldwide mobile technology market by 2025, according to the GSM Association and Statista.