The IoT stack addresses a fragmented and complex IoT ecosystem comprised of disparate applications and devices.
Its common platform
provides horizontal services for all IoT applications and industries.
Customers looking to streamline their operations by automating management of devices and applications are served
by the IoT Stack. Its architecture and feature set allows for complete lifecycle management for fixed and mobile
devices and application on devices.
Security is key. Customers are trying to derive increasing value from the data collected with IOT solutions. It
is critical to ensure that the data is authentic and comes from a trustworthy source. One cannot trust data from
an unmanaged source. The IoT stack ensures end-to-end security for IoT data and the devices that generate the
With advanced capabilities to enforce SLAs with prioritization and provide visibility into data, our solution
addresses the concerns of organizations challenged by lack of insight into growing data traffic and device
Those challenged by growth or innovation roadblocks can enable new business models, such as white label
services, create and run apps or data analysis for third parties by leveraging the IoT Stack.
The IOT stack will:
Ensure maximized value of analytics and managed data through end-to-end authentication, security and
Deliver value beyond connectivity through richer experience and set of services to customers,
Scale by applying a horizontal platform that can serve all industries, without building discreet solutions
Deliver functionality that is agnostic to connectivity technologies, protocols and vendors.
The Nokia IMPACT IoT Platform is a horizontal platform covering connectivity, data collection, analytics, and
business application development, on top of device and service management across all industries
Data collection layers between the devices or aggregators and the enterprise that facilitate data acquisition
as well as fault and power monitoring, provisioning, configuration and remote diagnostics,
A console for remote data, event and fault monitoring easily integrates into the workforce management
A simple domain, application, device, network and protocol agnostic design that accelerates
A standards-based protocol for device communication that removes developer device management barriers such as
access type, network connectivity and communications protocols,
Application Programming Interface (API) layer with an extensible object model that allows for flexible devices
and use cases added to the system without programmatic change to the core product,
High-level Representational State Transfer (REST) APIs that showcase common IoT functions to reduce time and
complexity of development demands,
A head-end system that enables connectivity to meters and aggregators and implementation of Automatic Meter
Reading (AMR) and remote device management for utilities use cases.
The current version of the IMPACT service supports:
Integration with Everynet LoRaWAN network,
Data Collection using LWM2M,
Data Collection using MQTT,
Data Collection using MQTT-SN,
Wired M-bus protocol,
Xirgo OBD-2 protocol,
Non-IP Data access using the NB-IoT-SGi interface,