The Internet of Things (IoT) is proving to be a transformative force for many businesses, regardless of industry. Yet, there are a few sectors that can benefit from this concept in particular – and both start-ups and small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) seem to be well aware of that, as new ventures offering powerful IoT solutions emerge.
BlackRidge Technology International Inc., a provider of next-generation cyber defense solutions, announced that it has joined the PTC Partner Network. BlackRidge secures IT and OT networks to Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) devices via patented First Packet Authentication technology,
NetComm has expanded its Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) portfolio with the launch of the 4G LTE Category 1 Industrial IoT Router (NTC-220) that will deliver reliable and secure medium bandwidth connectivity using universally available LTE networks.
Manufacturing plants operating under Industry 4.0, IIoT, and FTF principles presents an opportunity for dramatic safety improvements if handled correctly.
The concept of Fork Truck Free (FTF) is not mentioned in the graphic above, yet it is addressed in each element. Let’s look more closely.
The IoT enables organisations to connect all devices or assets throughout their offices or factories, in the supply chain, in the field, or in the hands of customers. There are tremendous opportunities, says Arturo Lotito, director of IoT Business Development and Orchestrator at Advantech
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is more than just a technology story. Putting the right systems and infrastructure in place is key but technology alone is not enough.
Start-ups and established companies alike are increasingly interested in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), but many are missing a trick when it comes to payments, says Patrick Bermingham, CEO of digital payments specialist Adflex.
Guavus, a Thales company and specialist in Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based analytics, has acquired SQLstream. SQLstream is a real-time streaming analytics company based in San Francisco, CA. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
Every plant has its unique lifecycle, which sees both equipment and employees evolve over time. Industry 4.0 has expedited this evolution, with new technologies leading to increased productivity, improved efficiency and decreased costs.
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