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To understand why you need an MQTT and Kafka data pipeline, we need to frame just how much manufacturing data moves. To do that, let’s compare a typical Industrial IoT scenario with a simple commercial IoT solution. Say you have a

Many IoT applications begin with a small number of connected devices and then grow over time to a substantial number of devices. Therefore, it is important for organizations to understand how their IoT infrastructure will scale to handle an increase

Over the years, Hydrocarbon Processing Industry (HPI) is being pushed towards sustainability and towards reduced dependency on fossil fuels given the global rise in energy prices and political uncertainties. COVID-19 has led to demand uncertainty and supply chain constraints. All

MQTT was designed for the Internet of Things (although it wasn’t called that at the time) whereas HTTP was created to make documents available across the internet. They both run over TCP connections, and are both client-server in architecture, but

Azure is widely considered to be one of the top 2 cloud platforms, along with AWS. Azure is also considered the top cloud platform for IoT applications. HiveMQ and IIoT World ran a survey that showed for companies implementing IIoT

With each passing day, the Internet of Things is becoming more and more prevalent – at the office, in the laboratory, on the production line, etc. IoT technology is not only improving the way things are done now, it is

In the white paper “Data is the key in IT/OT convergence” we discuss how the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industry 4.0 are changing the way organizations are doing business by bridging the gap between operational technology (OT) and

For the last 2 years, HiveMQ has been actively promoting the use of MQTT in the Industrial IoT (IIoT) industry. We have seen a lot of interest in using MQTT to break down the proprietary data silos to modernize factory

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