The improvements in analytics and the sharp drop in the costs of sensors have ushered in the age of Big Data.
Getting management on board with IIoT implementation can be difficult. Ray Miciek explains how to bring up the concept to them.
There have been many changes to the manufacturing industry in 2017. Immigration and trade policy, workforce shortages, distribution techniques, and more have influenced the manufacturing trends of the past year.
Original equipment manufacturers must integrate service as part of their selling cycle in order to make up for lackluster equipment sales.
APM 2.0 integrates information from other control systems to deliver a more comprehensive view and analysis of production and performance.
Better parts visibility keeps the machinery of manufacturing running.
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IoT is making predictive maintenance and condition-based monitoring easier than ever. Prashant Kumar from Motors@Work walks through how developments in IoT technology can help better your maintenance program.
In order to know if field techs are using their tools at optimum efficiency, you must first compare wrench performance to industry leading benchmarks.
In order to get management on board with IIoT, focus on the tangible business outcomes to make your case.