The Internet of Things is invisibly changing the way we interact with products and services by restructuring legacy business models and replacing them with new ones.


We are entering a new phase in the Fourth Industrial Revolution that is underpinned by the introduction of sophisticated low-power, intelligent sense and compute systems, as well as low-cost wireless connectivity technologies such as WiFi, Bluetooth, LPWAN, Satellite, Cellular 2G/3G/4G and now 5G.

These developments have made it possible for the Internet of Things to have a crucial impact on all aspects of our lives. Once connected, agriculture, cities, energy, transport, supply chains, and healthcare all have the potential to become ‘smart’ and take advantage of the sensing and processing of data at the edge and in the cloud.

The IoT is helping companies and industries to forge new process optimisations and service-assurance-models, drive down costs, improve speed of delivery and develop greater customer insight. But each IoT system presents a unique and complex set of challenges including platform security, device provisioning and management, mobile connectivity to the cloud, opex and capex constraints.

One solution rarely fits all needs and there is substantial scope for digital transformation strategies to be differentiated.

Working closely with clients, TTP develops IoT solutions that are optimised to meet the evolving needs of a business. 


We selected TTP as a partner because of their comprehensive knowledge of wireless systems and the pragmatic approach they were prepared to take in working closely with us. TTP didn’t just guide us to the radio solution that would best meet our customer needs but went on to deliver a complete, approved and secure design that we could take straight into the factory.

Nigel Cheeseright

Product Development Director at Rentokil

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