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The future of IoT and machine learning – what role will humans play?

Despite having been around for over two decades, machine learning and its integration into business models is yet to become commonplace. Jari Salminen, Managing Director of Cumulocity, has witnessed the unfolding of machine learning and noted the progress made in Read more

The Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality revolution in manufacturing

According to Leroy Spence, Head of Sales Development at EU Automation, “like any disruptive technology with roots in the consumer market, industry viewed VR with a certain level of scepticism to begin with.” That is to say, industrial manufacturers didn’t Read more

Reinventing traditional industries

New realms and areas of innovation can be daunting for individuals and organizations alike. Navigating through the maze of prospects and opportunities, and then recognizing the viable ones to pounce and build on, makes the Industrial Internet of Things a Read more

Think beyond the cloud – How platform players can prepare for the next phase of the IoT

Many companies are already combining advanced automation, cloud computing and IoT services, among others, to transform their operations. In terms of the maturity of industrial ecosystems, however, Marianne Hannula, Head of Service Product Management and R&D at ABB, believes that Read more

Integrating IT, OT and security: convergence to collaboration

“OT and IT are working towards the same goal, uptime,” writes Daniel McGinn of Schneider Electric.  “Whether that means the comfort of building occupants and business continuity or the specific needs of safety and security.” In part one of a Read more

Trends and themes from the Industry of Things World USA Survey Report 2017

Findings from the Industry of Things World USA Survey Report 2017 reveal that compared to Europe, the US is very advanced on the software side and IoT platforms, analytics tools, as well as AI approaches. Maria Relaki, Group Production Director Read more

Mass customization in manufacturing – enabling customer-centric value creation

Traditionally, manufacturing has been defined by supply chains geared towards maintaining production costs as low as possible, with ultimate emphasis placed on output and distribution. These supply chains have largely been both enabled and limited by the hardware systems at Read more

A wider view gives more accurate results

Taking a step back and analyzing processes from a larger perspective might take you to surprising places, such as a dinner table in a Chinese household, says Petri Asikainen, Director, Product Development at Konecranes. According to Asikainen, to get the Read more

Leading players in the IoT for the automotive industry

A key pillar of Internet of Things advancement is automotive development. Writing in the IoT Tech Expo Blog, Jon Kennard lists the key players that are pushing IoT discovery forward in the automotive industry. In Kennard’s opinion, groups such as Read more

How manufacturing and logistics could work with smart cities

For decades factories, warehouses and power plants have used automation to huge levels of success, and yet there will still be disruption that promises to drive efficiency, increase safety and change manufacturing and logistics forever. Although manufacturing and logistics are Read more