For industry services, the Internet of Things (IoT) brings efficient manufacturing. All processes, which are monitored and based off of collected data, are fine-tuned to achieve maximum productivity and efficiency.
For consumers, the Interne...
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When it comes to security breaches, end users and owners of industrial automation and IOT systems can find themselves ensnared by legal issues, including contract disputes and lawsuits.
The digital thread delivers information that helps manufacturers design better products.
Once siloed in their organizations, the Industrial Internet is forcing IT and OT to collaborate. Successful teams are building trust, respect, and realizing the power of two (departments).
Companies can get sucked in by all the IoT hype. But rather than winging it with a faith-based approach, they need to build a financially and strategically correct business case.
Smart manufacturing is about the equipment telling us what will work better, not about us turning dials to tell the equipment what to do.
To meet the expectations of an IoT project, organizations need to do some significant upfront homework, including why they are doing the project in the first place. And for some, that's proving to be a challenge in itself.
What can you do today to make sure your interconnected manufacturing business is up to speed and under control?
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