Frost & Sullivan: The major challenges facing the IIoT solution market in 2018
A recent Frost & Sullivan research shows that the major challenge currently facing the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solution market is the inability of providers to offer one-stop- shop solutions. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), such as pump, motor and
The Future is neither cloud nor Edge – it is both!
The cloud has transformed how we use technology. Of that there is no doubt. But as we have grown attuned to it for the IoT market, complexities arose. Once we moved past the exciting unicorn cases, practical issues reared their
Gareth Rees, Director of Global Partnerships IoT.nxt
Gareth Rees Is the head of global partnerships for IoT.nxt, a next generation industrial internet of things business. In this role Gareth is responsible for the global scaling strategy and enablement of go to market partners in all global territories.
Top Three Leading Industrial IoT Factors That Are Spurring Measurable Value In 2018
With a compound annual growth rate of around 28% for the next seven years, every year will be a big one for Industrial IoT. Inevitably as more companies adopt IIoT, the technology will evolve and mature. Evolution is built into the
How IIoT is evolving in the UK
The UK is a global leader in manufacturing. With an industrial heritage second to none the sector currently has an employer base that spans almost 90 000 organizations and there is a major drive to implement leading edge technologies as
Four Advantages of Hiring a Specialized Security Partner for your Smart Manufacturing Processes
Cyberattacks against financial companies such as JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup and vendors such as Target, eBay, and Home Depot have received so much media attention these past years. Unknown to many, smart manufacturing companies are also not immune to cyberattacks.
Alarm Integration in Critical Video Monitoring Systems
When selecting a video solutions partner to provide a system for your critical process, security, or safety monitoring application, it is important to consider that the ultimate solution is much more than a collection of cameras. In addition to cameras, most
Rearview Business Intelligence misleads strategy for most of today’s enterprises
Businesses are quickly joining the big data revolution. The outcome is a collection of massive efforts to collect and condition enterprise data that represents the last month, the previous quarter, or past years. Then, they crunch the big data into
Crick Waters, SVP Customer Success
Crick leads Customer Success for Falkonry and in that role engages both customers and partners. Crick is an expert at connecting Falkonry’s cognitive capabilities to industrial yield improvement objectives due to his experience on both sides. He has successfully founded or
Dr. Edward Pultar, Engineer, Industrial IoT and Sensor Monitoring
Edward is an engineer at Tools.Valarm.net who loves monitoring water, air, and Industrial IoT sensor applications. He’s worked at Google and universities in the states, Australia, and Europe doing GIS, a.k.a., Geographic Information Systems. He’s fortunate and grateful to have been a GIS
A Guide for selecting the right microcontroller for your IoT project
What is a microcontroller in IoT? Microcontrollers are tiny, self-contained computers hosted on a microchip. They enable connectivity and control in all the things which could be connected to the internet. Microcontrollers are designed to perform specific functions, and they can
Smart Water Management using Internet of Things Technologies
Water scarcity is the lack of sufficient available water resources to meet the demands of water usage within a region, which is, according to the “United Nations Development Programme,” caused mainly by poor management of those resources, affecting around 1.2