White Paper: Winjit Technologies
The true potential of IoT is unveiled when it is used in the manufacturing and industrial section. Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) combines the most powerful technologies that have been used in the industrial sector for ages.
The collaboration of Machine Learning, Big Data, Sensors, Machine to Machine (M2M) communication, automation, Artificial Intelligence and IoT gives us a promising Formula for near perfect Industrial Operations. The Gigantic Industrial Machines will not just be powerful but also be smart.
Industries are pushing to modernize systems and equipment to meet new regulations, to keep up with increasing market speed and volatility, and to deal with disruptive technologies. The Ignition IIoT solution greatly improves connectivity, efficiency, scalability, time savings, and cost savings for industrial organizations.
Over the course of this document we discuss every aspect of IoT that you shall consider for your business including:
Introduction to IoT
IoT for Industrial Use
IoT Adoption Stages in Industry
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What is Internet of Things ?
Internet of things Global Standard Initiative defines it as “as a global infrastructure for the information society, enabling advanced services by interconnecting (physical and virtual) things based on existing and evolving interoperable information and communication technologies.” Research firm Gartner for 2017 and beyond states an estimate that by 2020 there will be as many as 20.8 billion devices connected to the internet and hardware spending on IoT would amount more than 3 trillion dollars.
What is industrial internet of things ?
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), otherwise known as the Industrial Internet fetches awe inspiring apparatus, progressed analysis, and individuals to work. Its a system of a huge number of devices connected by communication technology which results in frameworks that can monitor, gather, exchange, examine, and convey valuable new insights of knowledge more than ever. These insights can then help drive smarter, quicker business choices for industrial organizations.
What is IoT Cloud Server ?
When developing IoT hardware and software, one does not need to worry about setting up any servers or configuring networks or deploying databases as it is possible to use standard Virtual Private Servers (VPS). A VPS runs with its own operating system; it allows its customers to have superuser-level access so that they can install software that runs on the OS.