A leading innovator in the field of the Internet of Things has received an award for ‘advancing the IoT revolution in a truly meaningful way’ and for their ‘dedication to and expertise in the IoT space’.
Brad Walters, CEO of Monnit, a specialist in remote monitoring solutions, was given the IoT Czar of the Year Award for 2021 by IoTInnovator.com, a publication dedicated to IoT issues.
Other visionaries and experts in the IoT marketplace received awards including leaders from Verizon Wireless, Intel, Microsoft, Accenture, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Boeing, Ericsson, Amazon Web Services, and FedEx.
“Many of the people driving the IoT industry are overlooked in the hype that is the IoT machine,” commented Kim Kay, Editor-in-Chief of IoTInnovator.com. “That’s why we created the IoT Czar of the Year awards.”
Walters was nominated for, among other things, his Walters’ Law of the Internet of Things, an industry-defining formula to measure value based on how you put IoT technologies to work.
“I’m honored to receive this award on behalf of Monnit,” said Walters. “We look forward to our continued innovative impact with IoT solutions that help transform business operations all over the world.”
Monnit’s IoT sensors remotely monitor temperature, light, humidity, water, and vibration. Users can analyze data using iMonnit cloud software and get alerts via email, text, or phone when sensors detect any change.