The industrial Internet is about connecting machines with people and services. It is about harnessing big data, analyzing that data and turning it into actionable information. It is about optimizing the plant and production process and about making equipment and
Marco Sanguineti is the Global Technology Manager for ABB’s Power Generation & Water business unit since 2015. Marco has a Master's degree in Electronic and ICT Engineering. He joined ABB in 1987 and since then has held several positions in
In 1990, John Romkey connected the first ‘thing’ to the internet, a Sunbeam Radiant Control toaster. The seemingly odd experiment intended to prove the internet could be used to physically control an object, and it was successful. He used the internet
Nick is a Marketing Director at Unearth Technologies in Seattle, WA. He uses his background in academic research and technology to predict construction trends and analyze how contractors can best leverage them for their business.
The terms Predictive Maintenance and IoT have been intertwined and used significantly over the last several years has caused the true meaning of prediction in this context to be difficult to ascertain. These variations or differences in what a Predictive
Today, many cities are toying with the idea of becoming a “smart city” or a city that actively does everything from monitoring traffic patterns to predicting when a street light will go out to analyzing any digital information its collecting.
Hello IIoT World readers, and thanks for engaging with my column. Over the course of the next few months, I plan to write on a number of topics that are, individually, highly relevant to the IIoT Security realm. Perhaps more importantly,
Before you can begin to improve your network, you need to have visibility into your network. In this post, Frank Williams, CEO of Statseeker, explains why network visibility is important, how it can help your business save money, the best practices
One certainty is that manufacturing processes continue to get better at producing data-primarily due to rapid cost reductions and improvements in data collection, communication, and storage technologies. The challenge, however, is that the ability to exploit this data for meaningful
Tesla is the only major automaker that offers over the air (OTA) updates of both car software and firmware. This allows Tesla to add new features like new voice commands, driver profiles or blind spot warnings that weren’t available when
Marc Phillips is the Director of Marketing at Bright Wolf, a leading IoT technology provider and system integrator helping Fortune 1000 companies design, develop, and deploy Enterprise IoT systems and connected product solutions. Marc is an experienced director of software
Since the days of the first ‘Internet refrigerator’, the Internet of Things (IoT) has come a long way, and far more practical uses for the IoT have emerged. For businesses that play an active role in supply chain fulfillment, the