Industrial Internet of Things (IoT)
As the amount of data generated by IIoT devices climbs and new technologies continue to roll out, says VoltDB's Madhup Mishra, the importance of real-time analytics only grows.
Traditional plants need to adopt new technologies to embrace digital transformation and its value. SparkCognition's Stuart Gillen outlines how artificial intelligence fits into the connected plant ...
Continuous learning systems are now attainable for a range of industrial IoT use cases thanks to in-memory HTAP computing. GridGain's Nikita Ivanov discusses.
As AI goes from a "nice to have" to a "need to have," it's also evolving in terms of complexity. Implementing AI isn't one-size-fits-all, as Progress's Mark Troester explains.
What organizational changes and new value-chains will allow industrial firms to package and monetize IoT data successfully? More With Mobile's Ken Figueredo discusses.
Making legacy, often proprietary, systems smart isn't as easy as 1, 2, 3. Interoperability and teamwork are key to making Industry 4.0 a reality, says oneM2M's Chris Meering.
To fully realize the benefits of industrial IoT, we will need a protocol around how devices talk to one another. NS1's Carl Levine explains why DNS might be just the thing to fill the gap.
Just as industrial IoT has changed how industrial organizations operate, says Stratus' Jason Andersen, so too must it change how those organizations protect the data IIoT generates.
The ability to predict the future is powerful knowledge for any business. Bsquare's Dave McCarthy discusses three predictive capabilities to consider, as well as tips for getting started.
Drishti's Prasad Akella advises to ignore the scary "human versus robots" headlines; the complex reality is actually one of mutual growth and gradual change, one of humans and machines.
The industrial internet of things is where real societal impacts will manifest. Augury's Saar Yoskovitz offers three predictions for the years ahead.
Machine as a service, explains Coresystems Manuel Grenacher, is the key to encompassing a factory machine's contributions to business goals through IIoT connectivity.
In order to ensure success when undergoing an IIoT project, Stratus Technologies' Jason Andersen advises businesses ask themselves these four critical questions first.
Deloitte Digital's Robert Schmid explores how privacy affects the three basic segments of IoT and explains security measures to put in place to maintain data privacy in your IoT program.
By using IoT technologies, U.S.-based manufacturers can lead a data-driven manufacturing resurgence. Oracle NetSuite's David Gustovich dives into four of the top benefits of IIoT for manufacturers.