IoT –IIoT trading ideas from China to Africa.

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Obviously, this year will see more lighthouse sites or future showcases for a range of industrial internet of things (IIoT) solutions

A machine that gives advance notification to the owner about an imminent breakdown. Smart glasses that allow field technicians to work hands-free while remote supervisors walk them through solutions. Intelligent factory floors connected to the cloud to obtain the status of raw material progress or assembly line production in real time.

In all these, we need a language, if the language can reproduce human language as our Logometry language, things will go faster.

Where are we in the Gartner hype cycle for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)? The first step in answering this question is to not confuse it with the hype cycle for general IoT, which applies to consumer IoT technology

a more specific question to ask, if you understand the Gartner hype cycle, is: How far into the Peak of Inflated Expectations is the IIoT?

We can answer these 2 questions with your Project Rexiology based in Logometry software language for AI.

Developing standards solely for technology’s sake only exacerbates potential peaks and troughs in the hype cycle of the IIoT. Keep an eye out for this both in technologies you might be considering as well as in how you approach your internal plans to approach IIoT and Industry 4.0. 

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You can build your own niches inside Sylodium’s system as China – Africa IoT-IIoT 4.0, Beijing – North Africa Video Games IoT , Australia – West Africa VISIONARIES 4.0 at INDUSTRY 4.0, PIF – Nigeria IoT-IIoT Ideas, NZ – South Africa IoT-IIoT APPS, Shenzhen – East Africa VISIONARIES 4.0 games APPS; Oceania - North Africa Vertical Categories 4.0. 

Smart toys makes for a market in its nascent stage, wherein the development of niche products, especially due to the emerging possibilities with the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI), is opening vast new opportunities.

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But what about working online for yourself with Oceanian (Australian, NZ, and PIF countries) and Chinese companies?

The IOT Group Limited (ASX: IOT) has appointed Wooyoung Joo as a member of the IOT blockchain advisory board, he has experience in building and managing digital currency mining operations, blockchain start-ups and investment groups and miner and investor in cryptocurrencies as our coming UNO, different than the rest you know currently.

But what about build your own APP between China – Africa or European Union - Africa 4.0?

You could build your own Appendix inside our Sylodium’s system becoming our partner,

Do you imagine all the new kind of Jobs will emerge with Reasonable Industry 4.0 via specially in our AI, and IoT-IIoT projects, Do you have any ideas about relationing African businees with coming Industry 4.0?

Middle East IoT-IIoT towards Africa?

The fifth edition of the ‘Internet of Things 2018’ held in Dubai on Tuesday, Enno de Boer, partner at Digital McKinsey, told Gulf News that the region will see a dozen or more lighthouse sites. A community of tri-sector leaders is driving the set-up of the platform….There are 40 innovation cases and the region has good scope to have lighthouse sites in every sector, especially the UAE and Saudi Arabia.

The IoT market in the Middle East and Africa is expected to grow 15 per cent this year to $6.99 billion (Dh25,67 billion) compared to $6.07 billion last year as automation gains traction.

South African automation sector linked to IoT-IIoT.

The automation sector, now moving toward a digital ‘Industrie 4.0/IIoT’ era, is poised to drive greater efficiencies and make South African enterprises internationally competitive, which will ultimately benefit all South Africans, 

Marc Van Pelt, Chairman of the IIG “As we seek to bring the country to new levels economically, we need to look to automation and smart manufacturing to make our industries competitive on a global basis. At the Connected Industries conference earlier this year, the sector started the ‘Industrie 4.0/IIoT’ discussion, and the next question is: who is using it? Is the sector ready? As a country, we still have a long way to go.” 

The event, incorporating the Connected Industries conference (Industrie 4.0/IIoT), is a focused networking platform for the Automation and Control Industry and works closely with industry associations including the IIG and SAIMC.

Everybody is in FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION ,what about matching IoT with IIoT via your own games APP between China and/or CIS countries (Russia, Georgia, Belarus…) with your African country?

What you need to lead in the Industry 4.0, being a follower or being a leader?

As connected technology develops, potential threats to cybersecurity multiply.

Incremental gains in lean manufacturing are in part being driven by client devices able to interface horizontally with other client devices, using application programming interfaces (APIs). But smart supply chains such as this are also increasingly leading to security breaches at plants

Manufacturers must understand they are no longer just at risk from data theft, but also data manipulation. “This is where hackers can get into a system and alter the data to showcase false information, which could be in the form of anything from sales figures to temperature gauges

The stakes are high when it comes to defending industrial systems that use IoT technology. How do organizations prepare to protect these interconnected environments?

Inside every manufacturing plant, aboard every oil rig, and near most any large municipal water facility, thousands of devices control a variety of functions and protect the safety of products and personnel.

Industrial sensors and devices will constitute a substantial portion of the 45 billion IoT devices expected to be in use in 2023, according to Frost and Sullivan.

Traditionally, control systems used in the industrial sectors have relied on mechanical safety controls and fail-over switches, including physical keys and levers. However, with the evolution of the industrial internet of things (IIoT), the lines between IT and operational technology networks have started converging. 

Please, wer are in relevant projects, Heminemetics, Rexiology, Logometry software language linked to RFT and ACT psicology, so we are not here to lose the time for you and for us in stupid, we don’t mind with success, but stupid technology.

IoT can enable industries to accelerate growth, transform economies and achieve a new level of competitiveness. With IIoT, manufacturers can ensure greater efficiencies across the value chain, ranging from operations and services to engineering and product supply.

1 Predictive maintenance

2 Enhanced field service

IoT can help field service executives by using predictive maintenance systems.

3 Energy management

4 Asset tracking: Digital asset management (DAM) 

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