IoT and the supply chain

February 5, 2020

The proliferation of connected technologies across multiple industries is undeniable. Research firm Gartner put the figure of connected things in use at 8.4 billion in 2017, up 31% from the year before. That will reach 20.4 billion devices by 2020, Gartner predicted. Within these figures, it’s estimated that consumer applications represents 63% of total IoT applications in 2017. Impressive, sure, but worth noting is that this means business applications represent a huge part of this growing opportunity, as much as 37% last year.

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WorkFusion

What if software could learn to identify high-quality work and manage the people who perform it? WorkFusion was born out of research that co-founders Max Yankelevich and Andrew Volkov sponsored at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) WorkFusion creates technology that makes economies work. The rapid rise of AI and automation, along with the changing roles of people in the workforce, have created both complexity and opportunity for individuals, businesses and entire countries. Our company’s purpose is to reduce this complexity and help our customers exploit the opportunity through products that pair people with intelligent software robots.

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IoT in the Enterprise

Infographic | July 29, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic forced companies to abruptly shuer their offices, instructing employees to work from home. For all of 2020 and much of 2021, these buildings weren’t the only thing abandoned. Countless IoT devices remained inside the walls and connected to the corporate network, still refreshing data, performing functions and awaiting commands. The Zscaler ThreatLabz threat research team took a deeper look into this activity on both sanctioned and unsanctioned IoT devices to unveil eye-opening IoT malware trends from the Zscaler cloud.

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The Industrial IoT Maturity Journey

Infographic | May 19, 2022

This infographic is a visual representation of the journey explained in the Industrial IoT maturity model. Follow these steps in your journey from digitalisation to intelligent machines to successfully implement Industry 4.0 in your enterprise. An Industrial IoT platform, like IXON Cloud, can help you during each stage of your journey.

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The Real Value The Internet of Things Has to Offer

Infographic | January 8, 2020

The Internet of Things is one of the most talked about trends in the tech industry today. It’s massive size and scope is estimated by some to grow to over 50 billion connected devices by 2020, (although others have that number closer to around 30.7 billion devices), which in real-world economic terms is equivalent to $14.4 trillion in potential business opportunities. It’s so big that it seems almost too overwhelming to fully contemplate.

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Manufacturing IOT Trends & Spend - IIOT Infographic

Infographic | December 18, 2019

IOT trends in Manufacturing: unlock deep insights about Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) aspects in the Manufacturing process with the Internet of Things (IOT) using Machine Learning. Sensors on equipment, assets, and the production line can provide insights that streamline business processes and significantly reduce costs.

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Digital Industrial Transformation with the Internet of Things

Infographic | December 6, 2019

At the heart of the digital transformation of asset-intensive industries, such as manufacturing, is the leveraging of emerging technology to streamline decade-old processes and operations, improve existing products and launch new ones, create new channels to the customers and develop new business models.

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Future of IoT Ahead and Beyond

Infographic | June 16, 2022

The Internet of Things IoT, for short is made up of devices that connect to the internet and share data with each other. IoT devices include not only computers, laptops and smartphones, but also objects that have been equipped with chips to gather and communicate data over a network.

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WorkFusion

What if software could learn to identify high-quality work and manage the people who perform it? WorkFusion was born out of research that co-founders Max Yankelevich and Andrew Volkov sponsored at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) WorkFusion creates technology that makes economies work. The rapid rise of AI and automation, along with the changing roles of people in the workforce, have created both complexity and opportunity for individuals, businesses and entire countries. Our company’s purpose is to reduce this complexity and help our customers exploit the opportunity through products that pair people with intelligent software robots.

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