KORE podcast explores decade of IoT

  • April 13, 2022
  • Steve Rogerson

IoT connectivity company KORE has launched a podcast to discuss the real-world adoption of IoT.

Called the Decade of IoT, it aims to go beyond the hype and dive into actual use cases where IoT is making a real difference to business outcomes.

“The ten years spanning 2020 to 2030 are going to be revolutionary not just for IoT but also in developing a connected planet,” said KORE CEO Romil Bahl. “We are seeing digital innovations in IoT that are driving real business changes. We are thrilled to be able to share insights from our guests with podcast listeners to help companies understand the nuances of this technology.”

Each week the podcast invites an industry leader to discuss various applications of IoT and how it helps their business, tips for deployment and management success, as well as expert insight into the future of IoT, connectivity and other technologies supporting the IoT.

The GSMA estimates that by 2025, there will be 75 million connected devices. McKinsey has projected that by 2030 IoT has the potential to drive between $5.5tn and $12.6tn in value globally.

“It’s an honour to host the first Decade of IoT podcast,” said Tushar Sachdev, KORE’s chief technology officer. “The information we’re covering in these sessions outlines how companies are gaining competitive advantages using IoT. We go into real-world examples that listeners don’t hear often when talking about IoT.”

This podcast can be found on Apple podcast starting with opening episodes featuring Blue Spark Technologies, Schneider Electric and Autmow.