While IIoT deployments can deliver considerable value, less-successful IIoT initiatives are burdened with data silos that ultimately result in suboptimal industrial performance.
Following on from my previous post highlighting the differences between Industry 4.0 and IIoT, I came across this article in IIoT World where they reinforce that point. "Don’t be fooled into thinking that IIoT alone is enough to meet Industry 4.0 goals. To realize the all the potential benefits, companies must also apply continuous improvement … Continue reading Don’t be fooled into thinking that IIoT alone is enough to meet Industry 4.0 goals
How is Industry 4.0 different from the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)? Industry 4.0, Digital, Industrial Internet and IIoT have become common terms recently and are often confused or over-used. What are Industry 4.0 and IIoT? The term Industry 4.0 (or Industrie 4.0) originated in Germany as a government initiative to improve their industrial competitiveness. … Continue reading What are Industry 4.0 and IIoT?
Industry 4.0 Conceptually There is a lot of talk about Industry 4.0 but what does it really mean? History Industry 4.0 is the cyber-physical transformation of manufacturing. The name is inspired by Germany's Industrie 4.0, a government initiative to promote connected manufacturing and a digital convergence between industry, businesses and other processes. (TechTarget) Wikipedia Definition … Continue reading Industry 4.0 – a simple definition