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Joe Biron, CTO of IoT Technology at PTC, shares his thoughts on future-proofing IoT solutions in industrial IoT.
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.
Sewio, a UWB-based real-time location system (RTLS) vendor, has released its latest infographic: Industry 4.0: Expectations vs. the Reality about Digital Transformation Using Indoor Tracking Services.
While the typical Industrial IoT demo uses gleaming new equipment, most of this country's working industrial assets are years and even decades old. It doesn't make financial sense to replace expensive equipment still performing its function, but managers want to gain the monitoring and analytics advantages of the IIoT. What needs to be considered before attempting an upgrade?
Our phones, cars and water have all gotten smart, so it was only a matter of time before industry did, too. You've probably heard the term smart factory, or maybe you've heard about the industrial internet of things (IIoT). It's simple to deduce that these next-generation factories introduce new technology to do things even better. So how exactly do they do it?
Among the groundbreaking technological breakthroughs of the last decade or so, none has reached the level of impact which AI & IIoT combinedly exerted on our industrial sector.
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.
IoT-powered solutions are largely used to address issues that an enterprise or a consumer is having. Nevertheless, that same technology can also be implemented to solve some of the most critical global challenges.
The New Deal for Buildings initiative facilitates a dialog between the building automation industry and commercial building professionals on how we collectively think about intelligent and smart systems in buildings. The New Deal is built on three critically important building blocks: BACnet open standard, model-based analytics, and service transparency.
Property management and development companies are increasingly looking to the smart home to improve their services. From better utility management to happier tenants, here are some way investing in smarter living pays off.