IoT.nxt is taking industrial internet of things to any industry. Plugging into any technology, any equipment, any process. Communicating at the edge and in the cloud, giving you one single view of your entire business, making your business agile and efficient. It's still your business, only better.
Collaborit is pleased to announce our newly formed partnership with IoT.nxt , a global provider of a unique rapid digitization technology enabler that future-proofs enterprises, allowing them to retrofit existing infrastructure investments making them interoperable with new technology, maintain the freedom and agility to incorporate new systems and products, and deploy strategic changes based on real-time information.
“The IoT.nxt offering is a game changer especially since it does not require a customer to replace their existing OT infrastructure. The case for the application of IoT technology to asset reliability and performance management has long since been made. With this partnership Collaborit is able to hook up asset telemetry directly to asset life models within our SAP EAM solutions.”, says Jannie Potgieter Collaborit Group CEO.
Shane Cooper Acting Group CEO, IoT.nxt: “Collaborit has a wealth of asset reliability, asset optimization and SAP EAM industry experience therefore ideally positioned to apply the IoT.nxt platform to the maximum effect for customers that are looking to transition from traditional preventive based maintenance regimes to condition and predictive based asset management. ”
IoT.nxt’s IoT platform is a digital transformation enabler making the Internet of Things a reality. IoT.nxt unlocks exponential business value by harnessing the power of system and device interoperability. Their unique technology stack bridges the gap between all protocols in the industrial ecosystem, creating a single integration/translation point. Its patented RaptorTM gateway allows organisations to retrofit all existing legacy systems with no rip and replace. A powerful data abstraction model further translates anything and everything from the edge, supporting a true subscription based big data model. IoT.nxt has offices in South Africa, The Netherlands and USA. South African telecoms company Vodacom, a subsidiary of Vodafone, acquired a majority stake in IoT.nxt in 2019 which will drive the companies’ global roll-out of IoT solutions.