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August 7, 2019

You’ve got IIoT all wrong: Focusing less on tech and more on impact is key to success in the 4IR

Industry 4.0. The Industrial Internet of Things. Digitalisation. Smart manufacturing. The fourth industrial revolution. There are dozens of different names for the uptake in connected technologies and the convergence of IT and OT systems taking place in industry at the moment. One thing most people do agree on, however, is that it’s tech-driven. But should this really be the case?

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November 21, 2018

Why context is king when applying data collection

It’s no secret that data collection is important for generating valuable insight that helps plant managers improve efficiency in industrial systems. However, what seems unknown to many in the industry is the importance of understanding the context of the data being analysed.

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May 30, 2018

Digitalising ahead of 2030

Plans to integrate digitalisation across the globe have led many governments to set-out initiatives to accelerate the rate of adoption over the next 10 to 20 years. Here, George Walker, managing director of industrial IT and automation provider Novotek explains why businesses should be looking to digitalise their systems sooner rather than later.

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May 21, 2018

On the road with IoT

As more companies move to a predictive model of equipment maintenance, they are looking for ways to use connected devices to improve field service.

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IoT LIFE LESSONS.

 
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