Making data collection flexible with OpenIOLabs: three real-life examples

OPENIOLABS TEAM | November 18, 2016

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What we often hear is that IoT and machine to machine communications hold so much potential, but the reality is that the uniqueness of each lab set up makes it hard to benefit from what it offers. Facilities are filled with legacy equipment – instruments and apparatus that were designed long before IoT was even invented. The need to introduce modern equipment is important, as it increases efficiency, but incorporating them means reinvesting in new technologies, that is until OpenIOLabs was launched.

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