At Smart Industry Expo, HARTING is demonstrating its range of automation solutions for improving the efficiency of manufacturing logistic processes based on the concepts of Integrated Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things (IoT) (Stand S244).
Smart City applications may still be in their infancy but the Internet of Things (IoT) is a true game changer in terms of the opportunity it presents to unlock operational efficiency and improve quality of life, says Phil Beecher, president of the Wi-SUN Alliance.
IMSCAD Global, an IT services company is to team up with AMD, a global provider of CPU and GPU technology.Together they intend to deliver advanced solutions that simplify the transition to graphics virtualisation for Architecture, Engineering, Construction Design and Manufacturing firms.
Yokogawa Electric Corporation announced that it has begun working with Iwaki Co., Ltd. on a proof-of-concept (PoC) test for a remote pump monitoring service. This service will use an Industrial IoT (IIoT) architecture that is currently under development by Yokogawa. The PoC test will examine the market potential for such a service and investigate means by which it may be offered.
Today, almost all industrial organisations are striving to embark on the next stage of digital evolution — to use the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), aimed at the analysis of big data and at improving production efficiency and the reliability of work and productivity throughout the supply chain.
IoT is progressing faster than many could have imagined so we shouldn’t be surprised when it throws up a new term. I came across the “first receiver” when reviewing a book titled “The Future of IoT” that outlined and then explained the concept in detail, but it took a while before the penny finally dropped.
Technology market researchers forecast that by 2020 connected devices and things will exceed 20 billion. The data volume generated by this mass will dwarf the current big data produced primarily by social networks.
What makes a ‘smart city’ smart? It’s not the devices, although the availability of computer-controlled sensors and actuators has enabled a huge range of smart city applications, writes Dr Chris Harding, director for interoperability at The Open Group.
Tiempo Secure’s new TESIC-SE secure element, based on the company’s patented asynchronous design technology, aims to bring the advantages of security, speed and ultra low power consumption of asynchronous architecture to the booming Internet of Things (IoT) security market.
During a recent keynote in Tokyo, on three development opportunities that await telecom operators in video, household, and vertical markets, Ken Hu, deputy chairman and rotating CEO of Huawei, called upon operators to build application-centric networks and help establish an open ecosystem.
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