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Gartner’s Magic Quadrant For Industrial IoT: The Top 16 Vendors In 2019

Gartner details the strengths and weaknesses of 16 market-leading industrial IoT platform vendors in its latest Magic Quadrant For Industrial IoT report.

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Niche Player: IBM

Armonk, N.Y.-based Big Blue provides a full range of IIoT functionality with its Watson IoT Platform, which can be deployed as a managed cloud service on IBM Cloud or on-premises. Using the Node-RED open-source programming language, customers can build custom services on top of the platform. One of the platform's key differentiators is its analytics and artificial intelligence capabilities, which includes things like deep learning, acoustic analytics and computer vision. Watson IoT supports a broad range of vertical industries across industrial, consumer and commercial segments.

Strength: Most customers give IBM high marks for Watson IoT support and strategic guidance to help with justifying, planning and delivering projects.

Weakness: From a development and integration standpoint, Watson IoT requires a significant amount of overhead to bring deployments to completion.


Niche Player: Litmus Automation

The San Jose, Calif.-based company's Loop IoT Platform is a cloud-independent platform that combines in-house software, open-source components and modules from partners. The platform is divided into LoopEdge, which provides the edge gateway, device management and connectivity and cloud connectivity, and Loop, which provides the core IoT platform and can integrate with Microsoft Azure or Siemens MindSphere for digital twins. The platform also supports integration with a variety of industrial devices and software systems such as SAP, MongoDB and Tableau.

Strength: Loop's pricing has encouraged customers to adopt the platform.

Weakness: Some customers say Litmus Automation doesn't have enough IT and OT system integrators that can help plan, build and run solutions on top of Loop.

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