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When it comes to collecting data with industrial IoT within the world of manufacturing, it isn’t just about quantity. It’s also about the quality of the information that you are gathering from various machines; data that enables you to analyze

A go-at-it-alone approach won’t work Of all the new capabilities that manufacturers can gain by adopting Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technology, data analytics can be among the most powerful—and the most challenging. Manufacturers make things and, as such, they’re accustomed

Your data scientists are among your most valuable assets. But if you are not making full use of edge analytics then you could be wasting their time. If yours is like most companies, then when you embark on an industrial IoT

In the past, if you wanted to know how a machine was performing on a shop floor, you would have had to put pencil to paper and note the output, the error rate, the quality, all manually. You would have

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