The challenge of scaling up IIoT initiatives is compromising benefits

| January 1, 2020

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We identified a set of high potential use cases that combine higher benefits with a shorter payback time. By focusing on these use cases, organizations will be in a better position to drive greater value from their Industrial IoT investments.

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Marchwood Integrated Ltd

Marchwood Integrated is a specialist IOT system designer and integrator with a range of solutions geared towards Industrial and Commercial Industry applications. Rather than focusing on ‘Big Data’ Marchwood Integrated aims to provide a “Practical Solution for the ‘Internet of Things’” by focusing on how our technology can be used to streamline business applications and solve existing problems on sites.

Employing knowledge from Technology, Business Development and Fire & Safety Sectors Marchwood Integrated is uniquely suited to provide a complete solution that takes into account the many factors at play on any particular site.

Innovation is a key requirement at Marchwood Integrated, and we pride ourselves on innovative applications of technology to meet a variety of objectives. Currently our main focus is on wireless mesh systems that due to the versatility of the technology can be applied to any situation where a number of different values or states requir

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