CES 2019 showed us a glimpse into the future of IoT and what it will bring in the coming years. From edge computing to smart home systems to legal problems surround IoT data, let's dive in.
Major Incidents occur on a daily basis across all industry types. IoT provides an innovative platform enabling a consistent workflow process which will handle major incidents in a manner that reduces their adverse consequences.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) focuses on a building's design and construction. A Digital Twin represents how people interact with built environments.
The New Deal is built on three critically important building blocks: BACnet open standard (the foundation of the Industrial IoT (IIoT)), model-based analytics, and service transparency. The objective of the New Deal initiative is to facilitate a dialog between building systems industry and commercial building professionals, a dialog on how we collectively think about intelligent and smart systems in buildings.
Smart building technology can save you money and reduce your carbon footprint. Here’s how to start taking advantage of these promising trends.
As IoT drives the next industrial revolution, say goodbye to downtime. But don't forget about security, which we must reinforce for this pivot to succeed.
OT (Operations Technology) and IT (Information Technology) teams often have a tense relationship. To leverage IIoT, they need to work in harmony.
The construction industry is sluggish when it comes to embracing new ideas and technologies. One of the areas where IoT is making an impact is in the curing of concrete. Companies that are adopting technology are witnessing significant improvements in productivity, efficiency, safety, and convenience.
IoT is able to mitigate some of the effects of blackouts and load-shedding, enabling businesses to better handle the fallout.
This is a design and implementation of an IIoT ecosystem for smart factories, MODBUS sensors, Siemens Simatic IoT2040 gateway and NETPIE.