Telit joins John Deere supplier supply base

Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), has been chosen by John Deere to implement the deviceWISE Industrial IoT (IIoT) Platform, part of Telit’s IoT Factory Solutions portfolio, at John Deere’s factory operations.

The deviceWISE IIoT Platform makes it possible for John Deere to collect and analyse real-time assembly information to improve line efficiency, prevent unplanned downtime, and improve efficiency throughout the supply chain.

“We are honored to be selected by John Deere to provide a solution that enables complete, real-time visibility into their manufacturing assets“ said Fred Yentz, CEO of Telit IoT Platforms. “Just three months ago, we expanded our IoT Services business with the formation of the Telit IoT Factory Solutions unit and we are delighted to add John Deere to our growing list of customers.

The deviceWISE IIoT platform allows John Deere to seamlessly connect a wide variety of operation and production assets – PLCs, DC tools, energy management and more – with enterprise applications such as SAP, giving John Deere the flexibility to optimise manufacturing and improve plant operations.“

deviceWISE is the industry-leading, enterprise-grade industrial automation platform designed to easily connect complex, disparate operation & production equipment from different suppliers with different protocols and interfaces to enterprise systems and applications with limited to no custom programming.

The scalable architecture leverages a vast library of built-in standardised device drivers and enterprise connectors for bi-directional communication to enterprise systems, saving companies valuable time and money by reducing integration cycles. Manufacturers can use Telit’s deviceWISE IIoT platform to seamlessly connect to third-party applications and suppliers to accelerate time to revenue and ensure regulatory compliance.

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