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IoT-enabled devices and sensors are collecting construction job site data in a more affordable, efficient and effective way than previously imaginable.
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.
Why Industrial Companies Adopt Augmented RealityBy 2022, there will be 70 million active industrial AR users globally, and by 2020, most industrial companies will increase...
In this article, Phil Beecher, president and CEO of the Wi-SUN Alliance, addresses the top five stumbling blocks that organizations must overcome to achieve IoT interoperability and enable IoT certification success.
Industrial IoT (IIoT) adds unprecedented efficiency to businesses. While it can come with challenges and confusion, it's essential to learn about IIoT and how it can be implemented in order to maximize its benefit.
Microgrids and IoT solutions are unlocking powerful ways to reduce energy consumption in both commercial and residential buildings.
Effective Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) depends upon reliable and real-time updates. IoT paired with AI can optimize and extend SHM.
IoT-enabled monitoring networks can improve oil and gas pipeline management practices to reduce costs and downtime, minimize environmental footprint, augment safety and ensure regulatory compliance.
From reduced costs to improved maintenance to better safety, IoT has a lot to offer the manufacturing sector. This article dives into some of the main IoT use cases in manufacturing.
IoTSWC 2019, which will be held from 29th to 31st October at Fira de Barcelona’s Gran Via venue, will be based around nine core themes: open industry; technologies enabling IoT, connected transport; manufacturing; energy and supplies; healthcare; construction and infrastructures; artificial intelligence; blockchain. There will be over 200 sessions, including talks, round tables and presentations, and more than 400 speakers are expected to participate.