How Industrial Cloud Communications Delivers the Benefits of Internet-Connected Manufacturing

| April 5, 2018

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The Internet of Things is promising major operational benefits, although no one is quite sure where IoT will take manufacturing. IoT represents a closing of the gap between production and IT and is seen as the next big step for automation.

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Contus started providing digital transformation solutions and services since 2008, even before the actual digital transformation era came to existence. Today, after a proud 11 years of successful existence, Contus is consciously driven towards the future of digital tech, rather than focusing on the current trends or legacy techs. The solutions and services of Contus have connected millions of devices, people, and hearts across the globe. Contus has redefined various sectors with its digital recourse from Heartbeat monitors, Televisions, Automobiles, to being the brain behind entire Smart cities, with its Over The Top (OTT) Video on Demand, messaging solutions along with its full stack IOT enablement services. With hundreds of digital engineers at Contus, we have empowered millions of end-users to connect to their need-of-time use cases, enhancing the standards of living for people in more than 50 countries.

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Contus started providing digital transformation solutions and services since 2008, even before the actual digital transformation era came to existence. Today, after a proud 11 years of successful existence, Contus is consciously driven towards the future of digital tech, rather than focusing on the current trends or legacy techs. The solutions and services of Contus have connected millions of devices, people, and hearts across the globe. Contus has redefined various sectors with its digital recourse from Heartbeat monitors, Televisions, Automobiles, to being the brain behind entire Smart cities, with its Over The Top (OTT) Video on Demand, messaging solutions along with its full stack IOT enablement services. With hundreds of digital engineers at Contus, we have empowered millions of end-users to connect to their need-of-time use cases, enhancing the standards of living for people in more than 50 countries.

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