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3 Major Shifts Are About to Transform Manufacturing as We Know It are

1Mass Customization: As fixed costs begin to reach variable costs in the production sphere, companies will no longer fabricate millions of the same product or part.

2 Democratized Invention: Incubator studios and fabrication equipment labs are jumping onto the scene. Flaunting AI-aided robots and swarm 3D printers that work overnight

3 Smart and Autonomous Factories: Already own a manufacturing plant aiming to meet production quotas? Industrial IoT (IIoT) and smart factories are ushering in a new era of autonomous production, minimizing recall risk, and freeing corporations to design expanded product lines.

The IIoT: "What's in it for me?"

The research also found that 66% of early IoT adopters in manufacturing say the IoT is now a critical competitive advantage for their business, and 76% say IoT technology has increased insights into customer preferences and behaviors.

But the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has many benefits for industrial enterprises, allowing them to generate valuable business insights that can improve everything from efficiency to productivity. However, as these enterprises begin adopting IIoT strategies, questions arise around the cost implications of these implementations – most notably, “which type of computing is right for my business?”

All things have Pros and Cons

Ultimately, these persons rely on each other in one way or another, and having the IIoT technology that best fits your organization is the optimal way to ensure all personas are working as efficiently as possible? 

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A plant manager is responsible for the day-to-day management and coordination of production, logistics, and maintenance within a facility, so it’s easy to understand why obtaining accurate production data is plant managers’ top priority when implementing new IoT technologies. But about global platform, only Sylodium is facing this.

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The challenges of adopting the Industrial Internet of Things

AI companies are considering have to:

-Create and deliver a better customer experience

-Improve efficiencies in IT operations

-Improve delivery of insights services by an internal team to other parts of the organization

-Drive adoption of insights systems by employees

-Improve efficiencies in business operations  

The Cost of IIoT: How Will This Impact Cloud and Edge Strategies?

The answer is that both cloud and edge computing are necessary for a successful IIoT framework – but cost and ROI will determine the degree to which each play a role. For most, the cloud is seen as IIoT’s backbone, and most recently, sending data to the cloud was the popular and right move for most companies

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Some recent global movements in Africa, Russia, Asia, America, China, Europe 4.0 

Google, Telstra, Microsoft and others to detail IoT opportunities and case studies.

An impressive line-up of speakers will take the stage for the 2018 IoT Festival in Melbourne on June 4 to detail the transformations and new opportunities made possible by IoT.

Queensland IIoT company, MOVUS, secures $4.8m investment

Blackbird Ventures, Telstra Ventures and Skip Capital have invested $4.8 million in Brisbane-headquartered company MOVUS, a developer of IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) sensor and machine monitoring solutions.

“Australia has been one of the early adopters of digitalisation that is transforming the Industry 4.0. Driven by high labour costs, they have always been looking for ways to optimise activities and keep themselves competitive.

“Telstra is a national and global leader in IoT, with Australia’s largest IoT footprint that is already connecting more than two million IoT devices. We recently announced two new IoT technologies in our mobile network – Cat M1 and Narrowband, and in 2017 opened Australia’s first publicly-accessible Open IoT Lab in Melbourne,” said Matthew Koertge, Managing Director at Telstra Ventures.

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An advocate for digital transformation believes the manufacturing FIR in Australia could benefit from new technologies and methodologies aimed at helping industrial companies achieve top performance and begin recovery of a whopping $1 trillion in operational losses they experience each year, globally.

Molex and TTTech Announce Collaboration to Develop Industrial IoT Solutions

Molex and TTTech announced a collaboration based on their shared vision of open, flexible and interoperable systems in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The first results of this collaboration will be demonstrated at Hannover Messe, April 23-27, 2018 in Hannover Germany. 

Security a top trend for the future of IIoT

The effects of the Internet of Things (IoT) is something we experience in our everyday lives, with the proliferation of smartphones, cars, thermostats, and even smart refrigerators entering our homes. These smart devices provide us with a rich source of sensor data that can be networked, gathered and analysed by software to detect potential issues, allow us to work more productively and save more energy.

A less frequently talked about phenomenon, the Industrial IoT (IIoT), which is the application of the same principles to a wide range of industrial plants and processes.

SA firm invests in Africa’s youth through digital tech facility

This week, ABB opened the Customer World Africa 2018 conference at the Sandton Convention Centre where bridging the gap between digital technology access and skills development amongst the youth was of focus. 

The University of the Witwatersrand Technology Centre, known as the Tshimologong Precinct, is a digital technology centre, inspired by the Kendal Square Initiative in Boston, US, and the East London Tech City in London's East End, UK, that is powering digital innovation, catalysing Black-owned tech start-ups for participation in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. 

FIR. Are we there yet?

Google and Relayr Help Industrial Customers, Launch Program to Empower IIoT

According to a recent release, Google and relayr, a provider of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions, have teamed up to helped Aluvation, an aluminum heat treatment company, disrupt the way automotive companies traditionally process aluminum components for vehicles.

“The compelling IoT connectivity of our micro factories that relayr provides via the Google Cloud Platform is a crucial part of our business model,” said Markus Belte, CEO and founder, Aluvation

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What you need to lead in the AI for IoT-IIoT fusion

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