The IoT Powered New Industrial Age: What’s in it for you?

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An overview of the efficiency and ROI Opportunities that the Industrial Internet of Things Unlocks Computing technology has been evolving steadily over the years, from mainframe to minicomputers, to PC-based software, and then to internet websites and now mobility apps. Each major push has a disruptive impact on the ecosystem. The Internet of Things, manifesting …

How Can Logistics and Transportation Companies use Digital

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Digital technologies have permeated and disrupted almost all sectors, and logistics companies are no exception. Optimization and efficiency, combined with speed and seizing the moment are the keys to success in today’s highly competitive advantage. Technology is the key enabler allowing companies to realize these aspects.   Leveraging Technology for Strategic Planning A report by …

How CxO’s can Leverage IoT to Transform Field Service Operations

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Think of field service operations, and the odds are of the term being associated with inefficiency, delays, and other ills. Field service operations are not just reactive in nature, but characteristically prone to high incidence of human error, induced by various causes such as skill deficiency of the technician, lack of adequate tools or information, …

Can IoT Ever Divorce the Cloud?

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That the cloud is the backbone of this IoT revolution goes without saying. Reports from the January 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) reveal most manufacturers equipping their devices, be it refrigerators, cars, dishwashers, running shoes, thermostats, and every other conceivable device massive cloud-based back end, to enable such devices to join the IoT bandwagon. The investment …

Challenges For Auditors And Inspectors In The World Of Connected Devices

The day when you’ll see the everyday things- from phones, cars and doors, to lights, refrigerators and washing machines, connected to the internet is not very far. In fact there are over 13.4 billion connected devices already and it is expected that the number of internet-connected devices will reach 50 billion by 2020. In spite …