There is so much happening today with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), from the continued recovery of manufacturing organizations amid the…
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- AvailabilityDigital TransformationEdge ComputingIIoT
Throughout modern history, as we’ve progressed through various industrial revolutions, we’ve been on a journey to make everything better, cheaper, and faster.…
Downtime disrupts the supply chain on the front and back end of the food and beverage industry. Behind the curtain; profits and compliance are at risk when the production floor grinds to a halt. Safety also becomes a concern since injuries often occur when equipment is down, plant managers have limited visibility or systems are in maintenance mode.
How IIoT can help reduce risk, as previously published in Food Quality & Safety by Jason Andersen. Knowing where to focus your IIoT efforts first and how it will pay off in the long run, manufacturers can make smart decisions when implementing the IIoT into existing processes. Read on to uncover the three main factors to consider.
- Cloud ComputingEdge ComputingVirtualization
I am sure you know the difference between OT and IT professionals, but what about their different approaches when it comes to the edge and edge computing?
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