Those who have prepared for the IIoT trend can consider its growth as a natural progression of their current practices and successes, rather than a disruptor.
We have the current trend of the Internet of Things (IoT) to thank for driving a surge of embedded system development.
Cisco has released an Internet of Things system to manage large scale systems of diverse endpoints and platforms, and the data deluge they create.
Automation and the rise of smart, Internet-connected manufacturing equipment (known as M2M or the Internet of Things depending on the device) stand to deliver previously unimaginable productivity gains and cost-savings.
SA-headquartered SAGE Automation is considering acquisitions in data analytics businesses in the US.
Brent Balinski spoke to Schneider’s Philippe Rambach and Neil Smith about the company’s acquisition of Invensys and the importance of making decisions from data.
With IoT fast becoming the “Internet of everything”, the future is bound to be dominated by the smarter, more complex and more software intensive products that will rule the market.
According to a study released last month, 2016 is set to be a watershed year for manufacturing, with the industry to be ‘reinvented’ by trends in areas including automation, 3D printing and data. Brent Balinski reports.