Cumulocity IoT – Government IoT Integration Platform

Make IoT simple

Cumulocity IoT solves your problems

Simplifying IoT

Connect any “thing” today and tomorrow. Bring your own hardware and tools, and pick the components that best fit your agency’s needs.

Key Capabilities

Cumulocity IoT Analytics

Build sophisticated analytics without complexity. Turn data into actionable insights—without writing code.

What you can do with Cumulocity IoT

Connect & Manage “things”

  • Connect 150+ IoT devices and 150+ protocols automatically—no coding
  • Plug in any device and the platform automatically accommodates its capabilities and the structure of its data
  • Manage the entire lifecycle of devices from one console
  • Bulk register devices and update them in a controlled, phased way
  • Create hierarchical multi-tenancy solutions with 100% secure data segregation

Key Benefits

Build smart cities

Smart cities built on IoT solutions thrive with safer streets, smart buildings, efficient water and energy use, and even smart trash removal when assets are connected and managed on the IoT.

Build smart grids

Deliver electricity sustainably, efficiently and securely. Monitor and distribute utilities based on consumption. Use live IoT data for demand-based power generation and distribution.

Minimize water waste

Water operators can collect data on pressure and flow from connected meters and other assets to detect leaks instantly and automate immediate corrective actions.

Safeguard civilian and military personnel

Monitor and reduce infectious disease spread with wearable devices protecting government employees, contractors, and service members.

Reduce O&M costs

Cut maintenance costs by up to 30% and equipment downtime by up to 50% by monitoring sensor data from military assets. Monitoring vehicle and equipment data will ensure health of assets and help predict mission critical failures.


Guide to IoT for Newbies | Software AG Government Solutions

IoT for Newbies - Offsite Link

If you’ve searched for “Internet of Things” on the web, you’ve found seemingly endless articles to read. The same is true for acronyms. Here’s your relief, “Newbie’s Guide to IoT,” an IoT for beginners ebook. Written for the businessperson—the non-developer—the guide explains in plain English about IoT.