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John Younes, Co-Founder & COO of Litmus Automation explains what industry 4.0 is, how it's impacting businesses and what the future of industrial automation will look like.
Manufacturers often view AI as highly complex and expensive, requiring end-to-end systems throughout their whole company to work properly. The reality is, AI is much more focused and achievable. It can work on factory floors with minimal construction and get connected to machines via the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). With this article, the author presents key advice and three scenarios for how manufacturing intelligence has been used in real settings.
The strategic IIoT partnership of WebNMS and HMS Networks will empower solution providers to deliver value added IIoT solutions for industrial customers
Smart manufacturing solutions offer huge gains but also exposes new attack surfaces. Should you manage security internally or work with a partner? Access to high-level expertise, a balanced approach, and always being abreast of emerging cybersecurity threats are some of the primary advantages of working with an external cybersecurity partner.
Every year, manufacturers of all kinds lose billions of dollars because of unplanned downtime. Through the Industrial IoT (IIoT), a sensor-driven network of connected devices, facility and production managers can gain more insight into unplanned downtime warning signs and ultimately save their companies a lot of money and headaches.
On this IoT For All podcast episode, Gerardo Giaretta, Senior Director of Product Management at Qualcomm, defines industry 4.0 and addresses how 5G will influence trajectory of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
Swift Sensors, leading developers of Industrial IoT wireless sensors systems, is excited to announce its partnership with Zebra Technologies Corporation, under its Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) PartnerConnect program. As a result, Swift Sensors’ customers can leverage Swift Sensors Wireless Sensor System from enterprise-ready Zebra tablets and mobile devices. Swift Sensors will also gain comprehensive training, extensive marketing, sales and technical benefits.
MultiTech is announcing that its IoT gateway, the MultiConnect® Conduit® IP67 Base Station, is being used by Yokogawa in its Sushi Sensor, recently launched in Europe. Yokogawa’s new LoRaWAN compliant solution was developed for deployment within industrial plants; covers vast areas; has environmental resistance features to support heavy-duty use; and works in combination with advanced analytics such as AI and machine learning in a cloud environment.
IoT is helping numerous industries—from oil and gas to agriculture to HVAC and brick-and-mortar retail—turn the page into the 21st century.
Adopting IIoT products is essential to maintaining a competitive edge in today’s digital landscape; however, failing to plan for long-term scalability can create obstacles on the pathway to success. This post explores how companies can implement IIoT solutions to achieve long-term success.