Industrial IoT

Industrial IoT (IIoT) addresses automation in the Industry shop floors as well as processes. It is an industrial framework of machines interconnected enabling Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication and monitored/controlled using software-based platforms. Such a framework provides an immense potential to enhance reliability of the systems using predictive maintenance. Advanced data analytics, a consequence of the infrastructure and processes supplemented with IIoT enable transformational business outcomes with the development of new business models, services, as well as new revenue streams.

IOT

We need sure generate the internet to repeat predefine the centuries internet which looks reasonable

Cloud Security

We need sure generate the internet to repeat predefine the centuries internet which looks reasonable

DIGITAL T

We need sure generate the internet to repeat predefine the centuries internet which looks reasonable

CLOUD MIGRATION

We need sure generate the internet to repeat predefine the centuries internet which looks reasonable

Future of industrial IoT (IIoT)

The Industrial IoT represents a variety of IoT applications, smart product design principles, and data-driven automation practices in the industrial sector of economy. It widely utilizes modern sensor technology to enhance different types of equipment with remote monitoring and maintenance capabilities.

On a larger scale, the Industrial IoT is a key element of Industry  or smart factory, trend of automation, which brings together modern cloud computing, IIoT, and AI to create intelligent, self-optimizing industrial equipment and facilities.

Here are the benefits of IIoT applications:

The Industrial Internet of Things is a strategic priority for manufacturing companies as it allows them to give more value to their customers as well as improve cost-efficiency of their internal operations. Smart features become a major selling point for modern industrial equipment, not the least because simplifying field service and reducing TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) for the customer. Enabled with IoT, separate parts of a production line communicate with each other in near real time and makes the entire manufacturing process much easier to monitor and control.

Finally, IoT promotes more flexible, open architectures that support greater customization and digital upgrades across tens of thousands of devices.

So what can reduce time and costs for IIoT project?

Dalwax is an enterprise IoT platform that serves as a cloud application manager for such connected production facilities and smart products. Being hardware- and transport-agnostic, Dalwax is easily integrated with a broad variety of sensors, controllers, machines, and device gateways, giving you all the benefits of cloud-based access and control over your assets.

Dalwax allows you to track telematics and sensor data, provision new devices and manage their lifecycle, execute remote commands and run OTA updates, create smart rules for autonomous device behavior, and many more.

On the connectivity and data processing levels, Dalwax offers an out-of-the-box support of modern protocols, such as MQTT, and can be used together with popular data management systems and databases for seamless integration with your existing backend.

Its open interfaces allow you to minimize integration and DevOps chores and rapidly assemble end-to-end IoT applications for industrial systems automation, predictive maintenance, and remote monitoring. Dalwax also provides a flexible web dashboard tool for setting up data visualization widgets, which simplify production monitoring routines for your operators and managers.

Copyright 2019 Dalwax. All rights reserved.