Industrial internet of things
The IIoT has made significant changes in the way businesses are produced, managed and communicated.
The machines are now organized in networks, integrated with sensors and communication technologies. As a result, the means of production are becoming both connected and intelligent. Moreover, such systems generate huge amounts of data, the quality of analysis and operation of which enables organizations to improve their operations, remain competitive and perform well.
Benefits of IIoT
Connected equipment, sensors in production systems, assembly lines, warehouses or vehicles produce data that can improve efficiency. In addition, performance can be monitored in real-time, so issues can be resolved before they arise.
This real-time data also helps increase productivity by streamlining processes and workflows. In addition, thanks to optimized energy consumption, connected industrial devices allow significant savings.
The IIoT also helps increase the efficiency of the entire supply chain, helping to avoid excess inventory and stockouts. In addition, IoT solutions offer the opportunity to develop new business models. For example, it is possible to use sensor data to provide remote diagnostics or predictive maintenance.