Why and when you need an IoT Architect?
IoT, M2M, Connected devices, different names for the same, is experiencing an accelerated growth that will translate into hundreds of solutions, use cases and devices. These solutions require the combination of business models, new technologies and partnerships and new go-to-market capabilities. There is a complex and diverse orchestration to provide meaningful services to consumers and companies. In this orchestration, an IoT Architect plays a central role.
An IoT architect will own the overall IoT solutions strategy, product & solution implementation offering across the network, IT & customers. He will be leading the IoT/M2M systems and solutions deployment, related ecosystem development with the support of other department heads and innovation of IoT products/solutions development by using internal PDD teams or 3rd party companies.
IoT is changing the telecom business: connecting people to connecting things
Main functions of an IoT Architect
- Continuous interaction with the network, sales/marketing & business team to end-to-end deployment and launch of right products/solutions which suits the business needs.
- 3rd party vendor management, tie-ups, community building for application enablement, device enablement and all future coming applications.
- Should also be responsible for future forthcoming technology, trial and testing within the network, commercial feasibility and other aspects of the product lifecycle and then suggesting to the business team.
- People and functional management are also going to be an essential part of this role.
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