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Better diagnostics through remote connectivity

Interesting thoughts on remote connectivity in this article from Control Design journal : “Remote connectivity has provided the ability to do almost anything from a safe distance or sometimes even without the need for a human to participate at all. … Continue reading

How Plants Get Started on IIoT

Jonas Berge, Emerson Process Management, provides a handy guide to getting started with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) : “The digital transition to improved reliability, energy efficiency, and productivity etc. enabled by the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has … Continue reading

IoT and the Future of Making Things

IoT is set to transform manufacturing by optimising supply chains, improving efficiencies, reducing waste and increasing profits. HSO – a leading provider of innovative enterprise business solutions – explores how. Manufacturers have high expectations of the data insights they gather … Continue reading

Smart Buildings Can Make Us More Healthy

Useful summary from Memoori of the trend towards health and wellbeing in the workplace. “….the World Health Organisation has identified the workplace as the number one place to fight ‘lifestyle disease’. Stating that “the workplace directly influences the physical, mental, … Continue reading

Market Analysis: Netbiter Remote Management

The market for remote management of industrial machines and systems is still young and fragmented. It is therefore a market that is difficult to assess, but several distinct driving forces indicate that it is growing at a rapid pace. Rapid … Continue reading

A New Go-to-Market Model for the Industrial Internet

The collection of technologies known as the Internet of Things has created a stalemate at too many manufacturing companies. While 95% of industry executives in a recent Economist Intelligence Unit survey said they expect to be using IoT solutions within … Continue reading

Four-fold wireless sensor market growth through 2025

According to a new report from Navigant, the revenue from wireless sensors is estimated to increase from $188.2 million in 2016 to $745.2 million by 2025. As operational technologies and information meet, sensors have begun to play an important role … Continue reading

How to supervise field equipment in Netbiter Argos

Netbiter is a complete M2M remote management solution that enables you to monitor, control and supervise the performance and operation of remote equipment and installations via Ethernet, GSM, GPRS or 3G networks This short video shows how you can monitor … Continue reading

BSRIA research shows changing balance of power in the building

New BSRIA research has found that the traditional Building Automation and Control Systems (BACS) market has continued to grow steadily over many years, especially in the BRIC countries. However, new technologies, innovations and innovative business models are already disrupting the … Continue reading

Industrial Wireless Use Continues to Grow

Industrial wireless instrumentation is rapidly becoming the technology of choice for a growing class of applications. A wireless deployment saves significant costs compared to an equivalent wired installation, resulting in savings of 20 to 30 percent in simple configurations. Cost … Continue reading