Establishing a Digital Connection Between Industrial Machines

Examining the history — and understanding the future — of the Industrial Internet of Things to create a smart manufacturing environment.

Over the past ten or so years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has been rapidly expanding across all sectors. Any “smart” devices or appliances you own all use the IoT. Smart doorbells, smart cars, smart TVs, etc. are all examples of the IoT.

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is the same exact concept but applied to industrial applications. Warehouses, pharmaceuticals, utility grids, and more can all be connected via the IIoT to increase efficiency, reduce machine downtime, and improve the customer experience, among other benefits.

This white paper will dive into the history of the IIoT, its architecture and various applications, as well as more current advancements in the technology that show promise.

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