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Who cares? - What can the Internet of Things bring to the industrial sector?


20 Jun, 2016 11:47 am
All industries that possess an inventory of equipment or installations that need to be maintained in sectors specialised in aerospace, automobiles, public transport and water, gas and electricity supply are concerned. Wireless sensors allow for real time knowledge of the state of health of a piece of equipment, and enable us to evaluate their level of performance - their availability, their standby time etc. - and therefore to anticipate breakdowns. IoT also opens up significant possibilities in terms of product traceability, optimisation of the logistics chain and the creation of new services for customers. It is also one of the links in the future factory chain. The deployment of sensors on an industrial scale has become possible due to a drop  in costs. A vibration sensor with microcontroller, chip and built-in software can be purchased for under a dollar.    
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