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Welcome to Internet of Things (IoT)

The Internet of Things (IoT) connects machines, devices and objects to the internet, turning them into 'intelligent' assets that communicate with the world around them. IoT solutions opens up a new range of possibilities for businesses - how they operate, how they grow and how they keep customers happy.Every day, thousands of forward-thinking companies are adopting this technology. They use it to gain immediate feedback on how a particular remote asset is being used. By capturing relevant data they can improve performance and reduce costs. IoT is the next technological revolution - and Vodafone can help you take full advantage.

The right solution for every Industry

Everyday Vodafone's IoT technology brings benefits to a wide range of industries. We apply expert knowledge to each sector to generate the right results. Here are just some of the ways we are helping our customers to keep ahead of the game:

  • Automotive: Vodafone provides you with solutions for fleet management, asset tracking and enabling new value-added services, from accident and breakdown alarms to in-car information and entertainment. Learn more
  • Smart Cities: Being a Smart City means being connected, digital and intelligent - using IoT technology and innovation to create economic growth, care for the environment and increase citizen wellbeing. Learn more
  • Utilities : By enabling you to gather valuable information easily, IoT solutions are delivering significant efficiencies and cost savings. Simplification and automation can enhance your business processes and provide better customer service. Learn more
  • Healthcare: Vodafone IoT solutions are becoming an integral part of patient care, helping to cut costs as well as save lives. For example, sensors in a patient’s home can collect information without compromising privacy. Remote monitoring devices can allow doctors to check patients with chronic illness. : Learn more

MooCall

Vodafone IoT works closely with MooCall's to implement a robust and reliable calving sensor that seamlessly delivers critical data, every time, wherever a cow might be situated.
"Vodafone IoT gives us the roaming capability to get our signal out whatever the location. We have a huge expansion plan and in every case whichever country we’ve signed agreements in Vodafone IoT has their IoT Platforms in those jurisdictions so it makes the globalisation of MooCall seamless"

Emmet Savage,
CEO MooCall

MooCall

Why Vodafone

Everyday Vodafone's IoT technology brings benefits to a wide range of industries. We apply expert knowledge to each sector to generate the right results. Here are just some of the ways we are helping our customers to keep ahead of the game:

We’re trusted industry leaders: Vodafone is recognised by Gartner as a 'Leader' in its Magic Quadrant 2016 and by Machine Research as the ‘consistent global leader’ in IoT services for the fifth consecutive year.

We have unrivalled experience: With over 1300 dedicated IoT Specialists Vodafone has experts positioned globally who understand your needs. Check out our global site to discover more industry specific insights prepared for you by the experts.

We are first with new technology: We are first with new technology: Vodafone Ireland continues to lead the way in bringing cutting edge technology to our customers. In August 2017, we will announce the commercial roll-out of our Narrowband IOT (NBIOT) network. NB IOT is the newly agreed standard for an industrial grade Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) network layer that will allow millions of everyday objects to be connected to the internet. It will act as the catalyst for companies to consider connecting things that would not have been viable with existing technologies. Irish consumers will see a huge variety of products, services and applications enabled by NB-IoT, from gas meters to smoke alarms and smart car parks.

Interested?

Vodafone customers: call 1800 22 55 88 or contact your account manager

New customers: call 1800 85 56 96

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