Industrial Internet of Things (IoT)
Product lifecycle management is tough if you don't see the product's entire lifecycle. To win at PLM, IoT and digital twins are a must.
As vendors step up industry platforms, businesses are enthusiastic about the opportunities; but there's a long road before domain-based IoT is ubiquitous.
Many enterprises have the data needed to modernize sitting unused in their legacy systems; now is the time to unlock it with IoT.
We can now treat the centralization of IoT smarts and data as an architectural decision, not one forced by economics or physical limitations.
Edge computing devices can make data available in real-time. Here are three reasons why edge computing should be a key component of your IIoT plan.
Industrial IoT is changing the face of embedded development, as security implications and wireless complexity associated with it must be addressed.
Next-generation IoT platforms that incorporate machine learning will help companies eliminate IoT data exhaust and harness IIoT data as a business asset.
Learn how frequency hopping spread spectrum or FHSS -- a decades-old communication method -- is poised to expand the industrial internet of things pie.
The IIoT opportunity is enormous; many companies are using NFC-enabled devices to create solutions currently being deployed in IIoT environments.
Explore the top five IIoT challenges currently facing industrial organizations -- from asset-level visibility to and aging workforce to cybersecurity.
While its use outside finance is experimental, supply chain, power and agriculture applications are strong fits for blockchain in industrial enterprises.
Industrial IoT will generate twice the returns we've seen from the consumer internet over the next decade; check out what it's doing for energy consumption.
Unlike today's internet, the amazing diversity of applications in dozens of industries cannot be easily addressed by a single IIoT connectivity technology.
The lack of standardization for internet communication protocols has limited the ability for developers to create new IIoT apps.
Spirited panels on IoT security ended the MIT Connected Things 2017 event, exposing the tradeoffs involved in security devices outside of IIoT environments.