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Software will be a key driver in much of the progress gained from Industrial Internet of Things, as National Instruments' is demonstrating on the Airbus factory floor.
While the industrial revolution changed manufacturing forever, the Internet revolution has failed to do so -- until now.
The Industrial Internet needs a standard protocol that can work across energy, healthcare, and transportation. Can the Data Distribution Service (DDS) do the job?
Tools are a key to productivity but they can also be problematic – especially when not used as intended. The first Industrial Internet Consortium testbed could solve that problem.
Dell installs IIoT technology to help Chitale Dairy support a massive growth in operations and the automation of its milk production process.
Preventable hospital errors result in the deaths of over 50,000 people every year in the U.S. The IIoT could reduce these errors.
Preventable hospital error kills over 50,000 people every year in the US alone. These fatalities can be dramatically reduced with a little ingenuity and application of technology made available by the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
Whether you call it Industry 4.0, the Industrial Internet of Things, the Industrial Internet, or simply IIoT, smarter devices and sensors, digital networks and increasingly powerful software applications and collaboration tools are leading the next industrial revolution.
The Modicon M262 controller boasts direct connectivity to the cloud and cyber security