Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has a market forecast approaching $100 billion by 2020, so it has everyone’s attention right now, except, it seems, Silicon Valley. Turning volumes of factory data into actionable information from the supply chain, to the floor, to operations, and up to management, and potentially to customers, is the key challenge of Industrial IoT deployment. This white paper explores IIoT market segments, some examples of the payoff of converting factories to the IIoT and takes a look forward to what IIoT means in the future.
This paper describes an example of Industry 4.0 – the Fraunhofer Future Packaging Line. The Fraunhofer display featured a concept of the world’s first open, multi-vendor, IoT-connected surface mount technology (SMT) line, demonstrating the technology and the mutually beneficial business model opportunities that arise from IoT connectivity.
A Guide for Manufacturing: How to Achieve Success with the IoT Achieving success with the Internet of Things (IoT) requires a lot more than just selecting the right technology. This helpful guide tackles the aspects of IoT implementation that companies wrestle with the most, such as creating a strong business case, managing security requirements, and […]