Industrial IoT

Why it demands not only new technology—but also a new operational blueprint for your business

Internet of Things (IoT) rarely needs explanation as it has moved beyond buzzword, becoming a growing number of deployed applications across various industries. When IoT is embraced by the industrial industries to build remote monitoring and many other smart solutions, it is widely known as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) or Industry 4.0. Simply put, it’s the transformation of industrial products, operations, value chains, and aftermarket services that is enabled through the wide use of sensors, embedded actuators, software, wireless connectivity, and information systems. In manufacturing, the use of IIoT has been referred to as the smart or connected factory.

 

IIoT not only automates your operations but also brings transparency to every stage of the supply chain, unlocking new opportunities for competitiveness and economic growth. IIoT adoption enables companies to exploit intelligent technologies, foster innovation, increase production, and transform the workforce.

 

The foundation of IIoT is machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, which have been benefiting industrialists for quite some time. Machines have become network enabled and can collect and disperse data directly, and communicate in real-time. M2M communications have further undergone standard advancements, offering better interoperability and speed.

Industrial IoT in practice

Smart Building

Modern buildings are complex structures with multiple systems controlling lighting, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), waste disposal, and security.

Smart Campus

Cloudly Smart Campus provides extensive network analytics so that you can make data-driven decisions. With smart-campus technologies, managing facilities, lighting, parking,

Smart Factory

To secure a smart future, manufacturers are leveraging the Internet of Things to reshape product development and production. Selecting the right infrastructure is crucial for success.

Smart Warehouse

A smarter, productive and accurate way to manage warehouses utilities the scalability and dependability as offered by the Internet of Things technology.

Smart Energy & Utilities

As all early adopters do, however, utilities have faced many challenges in adopting and integrating these technologies into their operations and customer relationships

Smart Farming

The farming and agricultural industry relies on innovative ideas and technological advancements to help increase yields and better allocate resources.

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