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monitoring safety devices on smaller machines with hazardous motion
Taking plant-floor data from HART devices and sharing it is no longer difficult or expensive.
Empowering manufacturers to build smarter factories.
The evolution of industrial-computing systems.
A portable engine to be deployed on edge devices.
The goal is improving accuracy of analysis by providing access to a wider range of historical data.
Furthering the integration of IT & OT.
Mix of real-time analysis and long-term archival monitoring frees up factory workers.
The first challenge is to clearly identify the objective of the IoT project.
No, edge computing is not going to kill the cloud.
Solution capable of handling massive amounts of real-time data from smart factories
Seeq customers can now work with a global network of partners to assure project success.
Non-contact laser sensors offer highly accurate predictive maintenance with maximum uptime and minimal deployment costs
Provides greater insight accuracy into machine health
The benefits of mixed reality to users in architecture, engineering and construction.
Entity pairs integrated control and information solutions with oil/gas expertise.
IBM Works with Garmin, Guardhat, Mitsufuji and SmartCone to Identify Potential Hazards in the Workplace.
#1: Listen to end-users and management.
Enables OEMs and equipment providers more granular look at data from products.
A logical, stepwise approach is critical for edge computing.
Aims to quicken time-to-value for Industry 4.0.
Improves decision making to drive measurable profitability
The best way to deal with spoiled inventory is to prevent it from spoiling.
The IIC is now the largest organization focused on IIoT, AI, fog and edge computing.
Easy-to-use monitoring solution enhances uptime, reliability and safety