the industrial internet of things (IIoT) market is expected to reach nearly $950 billion in the next five years. From asset tracking and automation to predictive maintenance and improved security, the industrial internet of things is proving more and more impactful across a wide spectrum of use cases. Explore some of the top companies for each use case.
The use of IoT devices to monitor metrics applicable to sustainability performance benchmarking. Essentially, a framework defined as a Sustainability Process Blueprint, where IoT devices remotely monitor, measure and catalog quantifiable metrics around energy, air, and water.
Considering the continued maturation of low-power wide-area networks (LPWANs) and IoT, Hardy Schmidbauer provides his expert predictions for 2020.
Blockchain and IoT are best viewed as business tools, not just some new technological innovations. When combined they have the potential to drive the construction industry towards effectiveness, accountability, and transparency. Whilst there are still several hurdles to overcome, their potential to reshape the construction industry for the better is simply too great to be missed.
This week, the premier IoT event in Europe, IoT Solutions World Congress, focused on solutions, including IIoT, asset tracking, agriculture and consumer products.
The allure of process automation is growing as it becomes more attainable and affordable. In the past, owning a sleek robot to assemble widgets at high speeds was as likely as having a Lamborghini sitting in your garage. But today, automated solutions are as numerous and dependable as family sedans. Automation can provide a practical, robust, and long-term solution. But how do you know when and where to upgrade? Here are 6 steps to bring clarity to industrial automation.
The future of IoT is billions of cheap, small, low-powered devices that provide real-time insights into every asset, process and system that’s important to a given organization. It’s invisible, ubiquitous and primarily driven by notifications.
The term Internet of Things is increasingly being used to define devices that specifically communicate with the local network, the internet, and each other, independent of human action. IoT is wearable and portable, creating a connected world by transforming surrounding physical objects into an ecosystem of information that rapidly changes the way humans live.
In both supply chain management and healthcare--as well as business operations in general--the Internet of Things is speeding up many processes and analyzing data to help make better business intelligence decisions at all levels of business--both in the early supply chain stages and in the delivery of information to clients/patients/healthcare professionals.
If you’re in a rush or have a small attention span, here’s the short answer to “what's an IoT solution?”: An IoT...