Top 5 Factors for a Successful Industrial IoT Implementation

ENGINEERING.com

Incorporating data from the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) gives early adopters a competitive advantage. Engineers looking to implement the IIoT into design and manufacturing systems need to understand the trends, challenges and benefits of this new technology.
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THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT) has been called the next wave of information technology (IT) because it holds the potential to glean new insights and efficiencies by tapping into data from smart, connected devices, sensors and machines. The IoT’s benefits range from improved efficiencies and time savings to better energy efficiency THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT) has been called the next wave of information technology (IT) because it holds the potential to glean new insights and efficiencies by tapping into data from smart, connected devices, sensors and machines. The IoT’s benefits range from improved efficiencies and time savings to better energy efficiency.


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Using IoT and Machine Learning for Asset Management

Event 24

When small production platforms have backup equipment sitting around unused for long periods of time, it often leads to mechanical equipment failures that can cripple production for days or weeks on end. Thankfully, there’s help in the form of new technology. IOT and machine learning can be used to predict mechanical failures with enough lead time to get new equipment on-site before failure to eliminate unnecessary shut-in, and the ability to do this starts at the data layer.
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Internet of Things in Motion: Analytics and Transportation

Teradata

Vast amounts of data are being analyzed to literally help trains run on time. With digitization capturing data on everything from the weight of connected rail cars to the quality of tracks to the terrain trains are traveling through, railway companies are now able to predict when breakdowns might occur and fix those trains proactively. The results are breathtaking: nearly 100% availability of operational trains.
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Engineering Challenges of the Connected Soldier

ANSYS, Inc

Many of the technologies that underpin the commercial boom in the internet of things were initiated through government funded defense programs.
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Smart Factory: The Future of Industrial Automation

Experts predict that the Internet of Things is set to facilitate a fourth industrial revolution—a new wave of technology changes that will trigger a paradigm shift in manufacturing and the supply chain...
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THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT) has been called the next wave of information technology (IT) because it holds the potential to glean new insights and efficiencies by tapping into data from smart, connected devices, sensors and machines. The IoT’s benefits range from improved efficiencies and time savings to better energy efficiency THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT) has been called the next wave of information technology (IT) because it holds the potential to glean new insights and efficiencies by tapping into data from smart, connected devices, sensors and machines. The IoT’s benefits range from improved efficiencies and time savings to better energy efficiency.

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