Industrial companies are using IoT solutions to better understand their operations and how their assets in the field are performing. The data their IoT solutions create help them to run their businesses more efficiently than ever before.
Data collection through IoT sensors is a significant part of ensuring that AI produces accurate and insightful outcomes. Combining the two technologies has the potential to alter business models in the construction industry, reduce expensive errors and worksite injuries, and make building operations more efficient.
In 2020, the availability of IoT-enabled smart building solutions that leverage connected sensors will continue to influence how smart building vendors rethink their business models to take full advantage of this technology.
As AI offers the opportunity to manage the vast volumes of data generated from IIoT, its underlying architecture must enforce security and enhance visibility, for IIoT designers to future-proof deployments.
Inclusion of IoT in the HVAC industry is set to revolutionize the outlook of air conditioning. More refined and learning algorithms, coupled with data analytics can pave the way for a smart and efficient home.
5G networks offer excellent capabilities that make them the ideal choice to meet the wide variety of needs in the construction industry.
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.
Security is one of the most important areas in IoT. It is a major topic for discussion within organizations in the construction industry.
South Africa, with the rest of the world, finds itself in the midst of the 4th Industrial Revolution. The article discusses the meaning of the 4th Industrial Revolution in the context of the South African ecosystem.
IoT-enabled devices and sensors are collecting construction job site data in a more affordable, efficient and effective way than previously imaginable.