How Industry is Adapting to IoT

How Industry is Adapting to IoT

Industrial Automation has been the leading innovation in improving production and efficiency for   manufacturing companies for over 30 years now. However, if you have paid attention at all the past couple years, the Internet of Things is booming, and it only makes sense that the manufacturing industry adopts it.

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IoT weekly round-up: Thursday 25th January 2018

IoT weekly round-up: Thursday 25th January 2018
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This week, we’re delighted that IBM’s CEO Ginni Rometty is one of the chairs of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Elsewhere, Facebook and Element AI announce new artificial intelligence endeavours, and GM turns its attentions to autonomous driving tech.

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Harry Potter and the Magic of Things

Harry Potter and the Magic of Things
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Pity the poor Muggle. Just beyond his reach is a world of mystery and magic – where photographs move, sports turn skyward and a magic wand can conjure just about anything.

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IoT weekly round-up: 18th January 2018

IoT weekly round-up: 18th January 2018
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Welcome to the IoT weekly round-up. This week, net neutrality is in the news once again as Senators plan to oppose the FCC’s recent decision to scrap it.

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Case Study: The Harvesting of Data through Cellular Gateways

Case Study: The Harvesting of Data through Cellular Gateways
Advances in sensing technology over the last 30 years have allowed for widespread collection of agricultural data on farms large and small. This data holds the power to provide tremendous insight into environmental trends and needs, but it can only be truly unlocked with immediate access to data. Simply put, there is value in analyzing data to understand crop health history, but being able to act on this knowledge in real time to resolve unhealthy conditions has unparalleled value for farmers.
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Is Industry 4.0 really the manufacturing savior it claims to be?

Is Industry 4.0 really the manufacturing savior it claims to be?
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Manufacturers are under pressure. They need to do more with less which often means finding ways they can save money and expand margins. The options? Making more finished products and selling those products cheaper; having less costly downtime and less waste; and having fewer defects and higher satisfaction, all while requiring fewer raw materials, resources and energy.

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Connecting the World One Car at a Time

Connecting the World One Car at a Time
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Connected vehicles are finally coming into their own and establishing themselves in the marketplace. Today, about 35 percent of new vehicles are connected to the internet.

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Part 1 Developing IoT-enabled autos: a tsunami of change

Part 1 Developing IoT-enabled autos: a tsunami of change
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Welcome to 2018! This year will see a continuation of the far-reaching transition that’s underway in the world of complex product engineering. To get you up to “speed” on IoT-enabled autos, I’ve written a four-part series.

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SAP’s blockchain strategy to build on supply chain base

SAP’s blockchain strategy to build on supply chain base

When it comes to blockchain strategy, SAP is thinking small.

Figuratively speaking. The enterprise software giant is leveraging its massive supply chain customer base and expertise to integrate blockchain technology into its core manufacturing and supply chain products, and help customers bring together IoT data and information in the systems of record. It’s focusing on five applications to that end, including track and trace, and distributed manufacturing.

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Top 5 IoT trends transforming business in 2018

Top 5 IoT trends transforming business in 2018
What a year! 2017 brought us transformation and excitement in the Internet of Things (IoT) space.

It’s been a true transformation. We’ve seen almost every industry invest in IoT, and leading industries are quickly moving to implement IoT solutions that drive the bottom line.

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IoT weekly round-up: Thursday 7th December 2017

IoT weekly round-up: Thursday 7th December 2017
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It’s been a little turbulent for all things internet and IoT-related this week. Fake feedback comments may delay the net neutrality vote, Volocopter aims to launch its flying taxis by 2020 and there’s a new service to help predict an impending Bitcoin crash.

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