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IIoT initiatives can be major projects involving millions in custom development and integrations, years of work, and collaboration across all levels and departments of an organization. However, the result of such an approach is often a large, bulky, difficult-to-implement IoT “initiative”

One buzzwords nowadays is “4th Industrial Revolution”. Let’s ask ourselves: What are we talking about when we say “4th Industrial Revolution”? For sure, we are talking about a huge potential. Numerous studies have attempted to quantify the opportunities, and all talk about

It should come as no surprise to anyone that global manufacturing operations have been deeply impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic – with shocks to supply chains, pricing structures and growth strategies. What may be less obvious is how companies can

Having visited more than 40 countries, 200 cities and lived in six countries in the last 10 years as well as working in the disruptive Internet of Things (IoT) space, the subject of how to make cities smarter and more

IIoT is driving the manufacturing industry to modernize its software infrastructure. Whether you call it Industry 4.0 or the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), manufacturing is in the midst of a significant transformation. A key motivation in this push to

Making a factory smart means taking advantage of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – technologies that collect and centralize mass amounts of machine data gathered from industrial environments and create value from that data. Solutions built on IIoT platforms collect, aggregate, analyze, and

There is no stopping an asset from getting older… …and aging plant assets can create a number of challenges for industrial organizations: Frequent breakdowns  Disruption  Decreasing efficiency  According to the former CEO of Factora, Charles A. Horth in an article published in Industry Week: "three

Panel Sponsored by and The Industry 4.0 revolution brings with it a new operational risk for connected, smart manufacturers and digital supply networks: cyber. Industrial Cybersecurity should be an integral part of the strategy, design, and operations from the

Existing maintenance solutions limit production. With the legacy tools and processes at their disposal, manufacturers commonly take reactive or scheduled maintenance approaches that present a multitude of challenges: Existing Maintenance approaches are costly: Up to $1.3M per hour cost of downtime in auto