Industrial Internet of Things (IoT)
Although fog computing can improve productivity, efficiency, and revenue, it also can put data at risk. The two-way cloud communications connect operational components via the internet in ...
Organizations can use IIoT data to their advantage, but they must consider incorporating data modeling and infrastructure into their IIoT project plants to prevent failure.
The secondary network is a collection of sensors and devices deployed within the demilitarized zone of industrial operations, which can help manufacturers gain better insight into data and improve ...
As advancements in technology continues, agricultural farmers can take advantage of LoRa and automatic identification services to better automate and streamline agricultural operations.
IoT is no longer just for consumer or industrial use cases. Enterprise IoT can improve employee efficiency and satisfaction, but IT administrators must reconsider tried and true approaches to ...
To properly monetize an IoT product, it's important to understand which part – or parts – of the stack the product fits into, and which monetization levers are available to pull.
Analytics and integration challenges stand in the way of manufacturers taking full advantage of their IIoT deployments, according to a Software AG survey.
The divide between the IT and OT departments is one that remains within many companies. Understanding the reasons for the rift can help you come to terms with their conflicting decisions.
The manufacturing industry has much to gain from incorporating IoT into their business plan. Biz4Intellia's Sanjeev Verma explains how IoT improvements convert smart factories.
Drones have untapped potential in industrial IoT, but organizations must work through the challenges to successfully implement autonomous drones, Persistent Systems'
The construction industry may be slow to adopt new technology, but organizations should embrace, not fear the improvements IoT and AI can bring. OIES Consulting's Francisco Maroto discusses.
Organizations can improve their business process and solve problems faster with high-productivity platforms. Progress Software's Abhishek Tandon discusses.
The fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us. PwC's Mohamed Kande explains what this means for organizations and discusses strategies to solve business problems and create new opportunities.
Smart devices have changed the way that consumers live, but the technology has the greatest potential at the edge of industrial organizations, Stratus Technologies' Jason Andersen explains.
Securing the operational technology and IIoT devices that allow technicians to remotely access and manage machine data is critical. NCP engineering's Julian Weinberger explains how a cloud-based ...