Make Factories Smarter by Harnessing Industry 4.0

The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way industries handle procurement, processing, distribution of materials, and their final products. The introduction of intelligent sensors, mission-critical communications, and automation into the manufacturing environment ushers in a fourth industrial revolution: Industry 4.0. Learn how to enable a new era of manufacturing intelligence with Industry 4.0.

Internet of Things News Headline Updated on 24 December 2019

The headline on 24 December 2019 Amazon, Apple, Google, Zigbee Alliance to develop new home IoT standard. Amazon, Apple, Google, and the Zigbee Alliance have formed a working group to develop a royalty-free connectivity standard to increase compatibility among smart home products. Security will be a fundamental design tenet in the new standard. Source: Apple […]

Internet of Things News Headline Updated on 26 November 2019

The headline on 26 November 2019 AWS helps Bloodhound attack land speed record. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is helping the Bloodhound Project in its ongoing attempts to break the land speed record. UK innovation agency Digital Catapult has built a weather monitoring system using IoT and AWS technology. Source: Digital Catapult’s innovative weather monitoring system […]

Business Case for IIoT Edge Computing Intelligence and Benefits of it

The industrial edge needs intelligence for many Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) projects to produce successful results, both technically and financially. To make the edge “intelligent,” end users must understand what constitutes the real edge close to or even at the data sources, what both the edge and the cloud can and cannot accomplish, the […]

Siemens Perform Pilot Tests IoT Analytics and Applications for Power Grid

Siemens is building a digital substation to pilot IoT analytics and applications for power grids used by Norwegian distribution system operator Glitre Energi Nett. The installation complies with stringent cyber-security requirements, allowing end-to-end authentication and encryption based on certificates. This will help further increase reliability, optimise efficiency and improve the security of the power grid.