How Industries are leveraging the IoT potential?

January 26, 2019

Industrial IoT or industry 4.0 is progressing rapidly with multifarious connected devices in the industrial sector. Different sector industries are reaping the advantages of IIoT, namely, oil & gas, water, healthcare, hospitality, mining, transportation, etc. Industrial IoT provides numerous advantages such as predictive maintenance efficiencies, making the effective use of industrial assets and resources, enhancing revenues, etc. With the use of efficient sensor technology in manufacturing equipment and connecting the sensors with software eventually enables the industries to know about issues in equipment in advance and take measures for the same. The result is the increased efficiency of the organizations with each passing day. Industrial IoT will also help in decreasing the downtime of machinery to a lot of extents and decrease the operational threats.

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We provide a platform for makers, developers and companies to easily capture sensor data and turn it into useful information. Having emerged from the healthcare sector, our core platform evolved to comply with the highest standards, serving 3 of the top 25 hospitals in Latin America. We have processed over 180 million data points and sent over 200.000 alerts about bussiness events taking place in health institutions, food storage chambers, retail stores and oil & gas fields. Ubidots is a young startup with a technical team based in Miami and Bogota, and a business development presence in Boston. We are backed by Socialatom Ventures Accelerator and MassChallenge Accelerator.

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