IoT – IIoT between Oceania and Africa.

Africans to Chinese and Oceanian companies

There’s no question that the internet of things (IoT) is escalating and has been a major topic of interest for at least the past six years. It’s safe to say that it’s here to stay and will proliferate.

It’s important to note that IoT is not an island unto itself, a proprietary technology that’s easily categorized. The IoT will embrace all technologies in every sector from commercial to medical and automotive to artificial intelligence. What could be considered a subset of all these technological intersections is the industrial sector, where it all gets put together. In fact, there is the industrial internet of things (IIoT).

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Smart manufacturing is about more than just robots

Over the next decade, smart manufacturing will extend past individual factories to connect groups of factories and the manufacturing industry with other verticals.

The convergence of manufacturing and services will continue with the XaaS model based on IoT and data insights. Thus, the services that manufacturers will require and deliver based on the products they make will increase, many of which will be driven by data insights and consumer demand. In the B2C space, consumers in emerging economies will become a dominant market presence, while demand in developed countries will fragment. However, customisation in products and after-sales services are likely to increase. 

The global Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market was valued at USD 312.79 billion in 2017 and is expected to reach USD 700.38 billion by 2023, witnessing a CAGR of 14.36% during the forecast period, 2018 to 2023. The scope of the study includes IoT spending by various industries on hardware, software, connectivity, and services.

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Water Automation And Instrumentation Market to reach a value of USD 22.46 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 12.69%

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Everybody is in FIR ,what about matching IoT with IIoT?

Most major enterprises have already integrated IoT into their core systems and initiatives to drive digital businesses

As we rely on connected devices to make our lives better and easier in 2018 or more stupid?

In large multinationals, especially in process manufacturing industries like petrochemical, it clearly appears beneficial to have each facility, each boiler, and even each pressure sensor connected to a powerful central data processor so that management can maintain control. But what about smaller companies? What about parts suppliers and contract manufacturers? Is IIoT and machine data monitoring technology worthwhile for small to medium sized enterprises? 

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