How to transform your Shop Floor with Industrial IoT?

April 10, 2021

Industry 4.0 solutions like IIoT, Machine Learning, Cloud, have started to revolutionize the manufacturing and the industry experts have started to realize the complete potential of the future digital transformation services, technologies to produce more at reduced cost and time. Embracing the digital transformation (or partnering with a branded IoT app development company) is no more a choice for the manufacturing industry but a must today.
So, is your shop floor smart enough? Are you able to bridge the gap between the factory and the shop floor? Well, if these are the questions lingering in your mind, this post is exclusively for you.

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Trinity Mobile Networks’ overlay software-defined networking platform, Jumpnet, makes cellular and Wi-Fi networks appear to end users as a single high-capacity, inexpensive, and ubiquitous network. Our platform and client-side libraries (Android and iOS) are designed from the ground up for smartphones and other moving, multi-interface, and battery constrained wireless devices. We enable channel bonding, seamless handoffs, mesh connections, multi-path transmissions, and provide an Always Best Connected service. Jumpnet allows devices, network architectures, and network rules to be reconfigured on the fly. Because all the network intelligence happens on the central server, a single device can be part of infinite different virtual networks with different rules. For example, VoIP and buffered data could have different rules and routes to maximize Quality of Experience. Jumpnet coordinates cellular, Wi-Fi, mesh, and wired connections for devices running our client-side software. Jumpnet he

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