IOT IN MANUFACTURING
With the number of networked sensors increasing across production, supply chains and products, manufacturers are beginning to tap into a new generation of systems that enables real-time, automatic interactions among machines, systems, assets and things. The pervasiveness of connected devices is ﬁnding applicability across multiple segments of manufacturing and Supply chain throughout the value chain.
- Ability to view the status of the Assets remotely
- Understand, monitor, predict and control process variability
- Enhance equipment and process diagnostics capabilities
- Faster Response time with less operations cost
- Real-time remote monitoring of performance
- Multi site monitoring
- Full manufacturing & SCM traceability
- Predictive Maintenance and quality
IoT in Logistics
The Logistics industry is one of the world’s most important sectors as it keeps the world moving on all fronts. With advancements in technology, there are numerous changes in this industry. The Internet of Things, or IoT, has revolutionized the shipping industry, enhancing accessibility to various cloud based management services and changing the way shipping is conducted. This article looks into the various ways in which the shipping industry benefits from IoT
Iot In Smart cities
The Internet of Things (IoT) offers new opportunities for cities to use data to manage traffic, cut pollution, make better use of infrastructure and keep citizens safe.
To accommodate new demand on cities, municipalities around the globe are turning to the Internet of Things innovation to enhance their services, reduce costs, and improve communication and interaction. Though the potential is there for IoT to improve nearly every aspect of urban living, there are three IoT applications for smart cities.
- A more efficient water supply
- An innovative solution to traffic congestion
- More reliable public transportation
- Energy-efficient buildings
- Improved public safety
- Smart Parking
- Smart cities Infrastructure
- Weather forecast
- Traffic and street lights
- Public transit
IoT in Smart connected products
IoT has arisen to reflect the growing number of smart, connected products and highlight the new opportunities they can represent. The internet, whether involving people or things, is simply a mechanism for transmitting information. What makes smart, connected products fundamentally different is not the internet, but the changing nature of the “things.” It is the expanded capabilities of smart, connected products and the data they generate that are ushering in a new era of competition.