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The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has brought a lot of benefits and disruptive innovations. Despite this, there are 3 main IIoT project risks that prevent companies from adopting IIoT solutions: IIoT security; lack of open standards; integrating legacy M2M/OT equipment with IIoT

It’s time to plan around unplanned downtime. From mine sites in Siberia to sugarcane plantations in central Uganda, worksites rely on heavy machines to be the workhorses that drive productivity. For the most part, the machines work well. But there’s a lot

Manufacturing will be the sector that more than others will benefit from 5G, which will allow not only a reduction in production costs, reducing downtime, waste of resources and maintenance needs, but also new solutions that were previously technically and

The number one challenge the enterprise customers face when enabling Industrial IoT is how to connect to all their OT assets at scale. With so many different types of industrial assets, data sources, and protocols being used – the need

IT and OT systems developed on different tracks because they did different things. Where IT was based on data that could be used at the factory floor level and was often utilized, OT was designed to use the power of

I have always been fascinated by innovation and startups power. I found about the Alpha startups program offered by Web Summit only in 2018. Some of these IoT startups have evolved quite a lot since then. This article lists a

From a deadly pandemic to the face-to-face Web Summit, November is expected to have its fair share of world-shifting events. Here is a list — and timeline — of the major events that happen in November around the globe & virtual

Many companies have begun or are planning to begin IIoT projects. Industries are looking at modernization as a way to improve operational efficiency, minimize downtime, reduce costs, and be more flexible and responsive to changing market conditions. IIoT projects have

An interview with John Burton, CEO of UrsaLeo, focused on how 3D digital twins and IIoT technologies are being used to decarbonize buildings. As governments around the world work on efforts to positively affect the negative impacts of climate change, the