Industrial Internet Now


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

The most read articles of Industrial Internet Now in 2016

The past year has further matured the solutions in the field of the Industrial Internet, and also sparked a great deal of thought-provoking discussion and articles. Some of the most discussed topics this year include IT/OT convergence, change management in Read more

2017 will be about data ownership and security

Whether it’s the sensors or it’s the platforms people are using, the Industrial Internet market has become much more mature overall in 2016. Good examples of monetization have emerged, demonstrating that organizations have begun leveraging capabilities and competencies and turning Read more

Pressing global challenges and disruptive technology will radically reshape manufacturing

The Global Manufacturing and Industrialisation Summit (GMIS), a world-first gathering of global governments, manufacturing businesses and civil society, will be held in Abu Dhabi next year, according to an article on Mubasher. Innovations in the manufacturing sector are set to 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

As supply chains change, so must the companies

How will the proliferation of 3D printers change manufacturing? What must manufacturers consider when building their Industrial Internet ecosystems? Is there even a need to build one strictly for the company in question? Mikko Aro, Head of Industrial Internet Business Read more

Managing change in the connected workplace

The move to the digital world has allowed us to create new value inside the workplace, but adopting the IoT on a wider scale poses a few challenges. Alexander Reay, Chief Digital Officer at Sodash and President of the Nordic Read more

New insights from the Industry of Things World Survey Report 2016

From January to March 2016, the Industry of Things World team gathered the opinions of over 1,000 cross-industry IoT & Industry 4.0 managers to gain insight into investments and opportunities, and identify trends. Maria Relaki, Portfolio Director at we.CONECT Global Read more

Future manufacturing moves from global to hyperlocal

Economies of scale are diminishing and the threshold for manufacturing products are getting lower. In the future we might end up with small production facilities producing limited batches of products for highly specified markets. These are some of the thoughts Read more

(Updated: post chat) #IINChat: Edging Industrial Innovation

Thanks to all who participated in our #IINChat with a topic ‘’Edging Industrial Innovation’’ held on the 9th September, 2016. The insightful discussion lasted approximately one hour and provided some notable interesting ideas and clarifications about the use and potential of Read more