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The Competitiveness Gap Between Manufacturers with IIoT and Those Without Won’t Stop Growing

Manufacturers need to continuously improve efficiency and productivity to stay competitive. This has always been true. Now, though, the IIoT and machine learning are helping manufacturers identify areas for improvement faster than ever before, creating a competitiveness gap between industrial manufacturing businesses that have already adopted IIoT tools and those that haven’t. Because of the

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How the Industrial Internet of Things Can Improve School Lunch Programs

School food program managers are the unsung heroes of the food service industry. While they oversee the production of breakfasts and lunches for hundreds or thousands of students each day, they also have to meet federal nutrition requirements, stay on top of food safety and food allergy issues, support and motivate their employees, maintain kitchen

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How the IIoT will help manufacturers in 2020

The IIoT will have a big impact on industrial productivity and cost savings in the year ahead. Already, 62% of the industrial-manufacturing sector is using IoT technology in operations, and that number is almost sure to rise in the coming months. That’s why it seems like everyone’s talking about the IIoT right now.However, not everyone

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How the IIoT will help manufacturers in 2020 and beyond

The IIoT will have a big impact on industrial productivity and cost savings in the year ahead. Already, 62% of the industrial-manufacturing sector is using IoT technology in operations, and that number is almost sure to rise in the coming months. That’s why it seems like everyone’s talking about the IIoT right now. However, not

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Why IIoT can make the pharma cold chain safer and more efficient

The demands for pharmaceutical cold-chain capacity and compliance are on the rise. The global pharmaceutical industry is growing by 3-6 percent year over year, while temperature-controlled pharmaceutical product sales are growing at double the overall pharmaceutical industry rate. Meanwhile, only a quarter of biopharmaceutical leaders say their companies use temperature and location tracking data to

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Manufacturing Injuries Cost More Than $7B Per Year. Here’s How IIoT Technology Can Help

Serious workplace injuries cost US manufacturers more than $7 billion each year, according to Liberty Mutual’s 2019 Workplace Safety Index. Overexertion, falls, collisions with equipment, getting caught in equipment and repetitive motion injuries are the most common reasons that workers in this sector miss 5 or more days of work. Compliance with OSHA standards and a

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How the IIoT Helps Manufacturers Reach Energy Efficiency Targets

A growing number of US manufacturers are setting goals to reduce their energy use. Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technology can help. With a wide net of low-cost wireless sensors and smart equipment connected to powerful analytics tools, plants can improve their energy efficiency, reduce their energy costs, and cut their greenhouse gas emissions. These

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How the IIoT will make the cold chain smarter, safer and more efficient

The need for cold-chain capacity is growing, and so are the stakes for cold-chain integrity and quality assurance. As the food and pharmaceuticals industries work to meet rising global demand, the cold chain must add capacity while getting smarter to reduce waste, protect consumers, and operate more efficiently. The IIoT and cloud-based data analytics can

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Swift Sensors partners with Zebra Technologies

Swift Sensors, a supplier of plug-and-play cloud wireless sensors systems for Industrial IoT, has partnered with Zebra Technologies under their program for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs). Swift Sensors users will now have immediate mobile access to the Swift Sensors Wireless Sensor System from Zebra’s line of mobile computing devices and rugged tablets. According to Swift

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