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October 4, 2018  10:32 AM

Four steps for planning for a solid manufacturing IoT strategy

Emanuel Bertolin Profile: Emanuel Bertolin
Business model, Digital initiatives, Digital transformation, Digitalisation, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, Manufacturing

Today, the fourth Industrial Revolution, otherwise known as Manufacturing 4.0, is in full swing. Manufacturing 4.0 bridges the physical environment with the digital by delivering technological innovations like special effects once home to only science-fiction movies. With many industry reports...

September 18, 2018  12:25 PM

Clearing the air: 5 IIoT myths vs. facts in manufacturing

Yatish Patil Profile: Yatish Patil
Azure, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, IoT devices, IoT platform, manufacturer, manufacturers, Manufacturing, Microsoft

Over the past few years, IIoT has been increasingly advancing across all industries. Business investments in IIoT systems are now on the increase and will reach over $830 billion dollars by 2020, according to a forecast report by Forbes Magazine. The report also indicates that manufacturing,...


September 14, 2018  1:08 PM

A smart approach to monetizing IoT

Ron Lifton Profile: Ron Lifton
cloud, Data monetization, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT devices, IOT Network, iot security, monetisation, operator, operators, Service providers, smart city

Look no further than the U.S. Open tennis tournament this year to see the impact of IoT. In the past, competing tennis players relied on line judges surrounding the court to determine whether the tennis ball was in or out. Today, electronic line calling cameras are used on all 16 tennis courts. As...


September 11, 2018  11:08 AM

What ‘X as a service’ means for the internet of things

Tim Sherwood Tim Sherwood Profile: Tim Sherwood
Anything as a Service, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, MNO, MVNO, Network as a Service, service provider, Service providers

Times are changing. New digital infrastructure and IoT platforms have made it possible for almost any organization to enter the market as an mobile virtual network operator, without crippling capital investments. Take Philips, a company best known for making lightbulbs, as an example. The...


September 10, 2018  11:50 AM

Predictive maintenance can make vehicle recalls a thing of the past

Ruban Phukan Profile: Ruban Phukan
ai, Artificial intelligence, Cognitive computing, Connected car, Connected vehicles, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, Machine learning, manufacturers, Manufacturing, Predictive Analytics, Predictive maintenance

With 64 million units having to be taken off the market, 2014 was one of the worst years for the automotive industry in terms of the number of vehicles recalled. The fact that in 2017 the...


July 3, 2018  11:27 AM

What the fog? How fog computing and IoT mix

Ruben van der Zwan Ruben van der Zwan Profile: Ruben van der Zwan
Edge computing, FOG, fog computing, Fogging, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, Service providers

I think everyone is now familiar with cloud computing, but have you ever heard of edge or fog computing? I hadn't until recently, but it turns out to be a new way to use computing resources, especially to enable your digital transformation process for IoT devices.

Edge computing

With the...


June 28, 2018  11:01 AM

Hacking the factory floor: Cybersecurity in smart manufacturing

Ed Maguire Profile: Ed Maguire
Access control, BYOD, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Manufacturing, Robotics, ROBOTS

When you think of hacking, you might think of viruses or ransomware attacks where computers are unable to operate unless a bitcoin is paid to an anonymous cybercriminal. In the manufacturing sector, the reality isn't quite so public. First, the practical physical realities of the industrial...


June 21, 2018  10:52 AM

Automation vs. humanity: A false binary choice

Prasad Akella Profile: Prasad Akella
ai, Artificial intelligence, Automation, IT Automation, manufacturers, Manufacturing, robot, Robotics, ROBOTS, Skills, Skillset, Supply chain

Ignore the scary "human vs. robots" headlines. The complex reality is actually one of mutual growth and gradual change. Just over the horizon awaits an army of robots, standing motionless in endless columns, their metal heads gleaming in the moonlight. When the signal comes, they will...


May 31, 2018  1:37 PM

The five biggest takeaways from IoT’s biggest show of the year

Erick Dean Profile: Erick Dean
Artificial intelligence, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Machine data, Machine learning, Manufacturing, Smart machines

What do you get when you put 27 halls of industrial innovation, advanced robotics and loads of schnitzel together? Hannover Messe. If I am honest, I approached the event tagline of being the "World's Largest Industrial...


May 24, 2018  3:46 PM

What the T-Mobile-Sprint merger means for IoT

Josh Garrett Profile: Josh Garrett
5G, AT&T, carrier, Internet of Things, IOT Network, LoraWAN, Merger, service provider, Service providers, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, Wireless carriers

It's no secret that T-Mobile and Sprint are talking merger. However, other wireless carriers -- and even some nontraditional competitors -- have focused their attention on developing advanced solutions for the internet of things instead. So, how will this merger affect


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