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What is Industrial IOT (Internet of Things)?

By rkberiwal123 ·
Manufacturers or producers in every sector have the opportunity to upscale their manufacturing unit. Although the technological advancements have brought about a change in the way machines have been functioning, there is a lot that businesses look forward to. With manufacturing industries in focus, automation has extended its wings and taken the people aback by the marvels. As per a report from Business Insider, the investment by global manufacturers will increase by $29 billion making it $70 billion from 2015 to 2020 in IoT solutions. Therefore, the Industrial Internet of Things is the new wave to be explored.

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Industrial Internet of Things

by buzzfeednewz In reply to What is Industrial IOT (I ...

The industrial internet of things, or IIoT, is the use of internet of things technologies to enhance manufacturing and industrial processes.

Also known as the industrial internet or Industrie 4.0, IIoT incorporates machine learning and big data technologies to harness the sensor data, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and automation technologies that have existed in industrial settings for years. (link removed by moderator)

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What is Industrial IOT

by celmarhdawids In reply to What is Industrial IOT (I ...

Also known as the industrial internet or Industrie 4.0, IIoT incorporates machine learning and big data technologies to harness the sensor data, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and automation technologies that have existed in industrial settings for years.

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Answer to What is IOT

by sergeysmartym In reply to What is Industrial IOT (I ...

The Industrial Internet of Things, or IIoT, refers to the billions of industrial devices - anything from the machines in a factory to the engines inside an aeroplane - that are filled with sensors, connected to wireless networks, and gathering and sharing data.

The advent of tiny low-cost sensors and high-bandwidth wireless networks now means even the smallest devices can be connected up, given a level of digital intelligence that allows them to be monitored and tracked, and can share data on their status and communicate with other devices.

All of this data can then be collected and analysed to make business processes more efficient. The definition is provided by ZDNet, a trusted source writing about tech. https://www.zdnet.com/article/what-is-the-iiot-everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-industrial-internet-of-things/

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Industrial IOT

by alexanealessia In reply to What is Industrial IOT (I ...

The industrial internet of things (IIoT) is the use of smart sensors and actuators to enhance manufacturing and industrial processes. The IIoT is that smart machines are not only better than humans at capturing and analyzing data in real-time, but they are also better at communicating important information that can be used to drive business decisions faster and more accurately.

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IOT in Manufacturing Industry

by swapniljoijode In reply to What is Industrial IOT (I ...

IoT in the Manufacturing industry will surely ease up task of manufacturing. I am the owner of Akai Metal and IOT in my factory will reduce up the pain of manufacturing flanges, pipes, etc.

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Industrial IOT

by toponlinetool In reply to What is Industrial IOT (I ...

The Industrial Internet of Things is a strategic priority for manufacturing companies as it allows them to give more value to their customers as well as improve cost-efficiency of their internal operations.

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IIOT

by deborasumopayroll In reply to What is Industrial IOT (I ...

The IIOT is a subcategory of the Internet of Things, which also includes consumer-facing applications such as wearable devices, smart home technology and self-driving cars. Sensor-embedded devices, machines and infrastructure that transmit data via the Internet and are managed by software are the hallmark of both concepts.
For any business that deals with the production and/or transportation of physical goods, IIoT can create game-changing operational efficiencies and present entirely new business models. The following are examples of ways in which IIoT technology could be applied in diverse industries.
• Production – This is the industry in which most IIoT technology is currently being implemented. IIoT-enabled machines can self-monitor and predict potential problems. This means less downtime and greater overall efficiency.
• Supply chain – With sensor-managed inventory, IIoT technology could take care of ordering supplies just before they go out of stock. This decreases the amount of waste produced while keeping necessary goods in stock and frees up employees to focus on other tasks.
• Building management – IIoT technology could make building management simpler and more secure. With sensor-driven climate control, the guesswork and frustration involved in manually changing a building’s climate will be eliminated. Additionally, devices that monitor entry points in the building and respond to potential threats quickly will increase the building’s security.
• Healthcare – With devices that monitor patients remotely and notify healthcare providers as soon as patients’ statuses change, IIoT could cause healthcare to become more precise and responsive. Eventually, AI may even be able to take over patient diagnosis, meaning doctors are able to treat them sooner and more effectively.
• Retail – IIoT technology has the potential to make quick, intelligent marketing decisions for individual stores. With storefronts that automatically update based on consumer interest and the ability to put together smart promotions, retail outlets that implement IIoT technology could gain a significant advantage over their competitors.

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Internet of Things Lets ANYONE Engineer AI as per their liking

by engineeringera In reply to What is Industrial IOT (I ...

There is no doubt in my mind that soon, we might be experiencing a genesis of information on the internet, where though ML and DL, anyone would be allowed to engineer AI as per their liking. The IIoT you speak about is really an interesting proposition. I guess we have already begun taking steps towards that future,, right now
~Engineer.AI

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IIoT

by pithwip In reply to What is Industrial IOT (I ...

Industrial IoT is integration of IoT with production to enhance the quality of business and reach to new production targets. IIoT is used in Automobile, manufacturing sector.

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IIoT

by smithnennry123 In reply to What is Industrial IOT (I ...

Today the world is full of the technology world, everywhere we use technology-based devices. IoT is the latest advanced technology which is used everywhere. IIoTrefers to the products and devices which helps them increased productivity in the industrial businesses.

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