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IoT Helps Museums Save Art, Artifacts, Animals and Resources

The Internet of Things (IoT) helps museums and other institutions protect their resources, from art to animals. IoT’s benefits go beyond conservation to helping control expenses, improving efficiency, generating revenue, and increasing safety. Here’s how institutions are harnessing the power of IoT to improve their operations and grow. Protecting Priceless Art and Artifacts New York’s Metropolitan

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Common methods, best practices for IIoT solidify

Wireless rides shotgun Of course, once Ethernet began popping up in process applications, it was closely followed by related wireless formats such as WiFi and Bluetooth, which joined the radio, cellular and satellite technologies that were already widely deployed. And, because Ethernet paves the way for the Internet, IIoT can also expand via wireless. Likewise, Kraft

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Adler Planetarium Automates Condition Tracking for Sensitive Astronomical Instruments

The museum is employing a wireless solution using Wi-Fi and RFID to capture temperature and humidity data around its hundreds of artifacts and manuscripts, including writings penned by Galileo. Chicago’s Adler Planetarium is monitoring the conditions around its collections with a wireless system that employs radio frequency identification and Wi-Fi to capture real-time and historical

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Sensors Insights – IIoT Puts Peak Effectiveness in Reach for Manufacturers

Industrial IoT is making headlines for its potential to improve the way organizations operate in many domains. Engineers and managers in several industries are exploring ways to boost efficiency with IoT systems. In addition to improving food safety and manufacturing efficiency, IoT is powering smart city efforts to optimize municipal fleet efficiency and water management,

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OEE’s impact beyond the plant, pasture or hospital

Industrial IoT is making headlines for its potential to improve the way organizations operate in many domains. Engineers and managers in a number of industries are exploring ways to boost efficiency with IoT systems. In addition to improving food safety and manufacturing efficiency, IoT is powering smart city efforts to optimize municipal fleet efficiency and

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Is IoT the future of food safety?

Bringing cold chain monitoring into the 21st century Maintaining a safe temperature range for perishable food from farm to fork remains a technical and logistical challenge, and it’s not the only one food producers and handlers contend with. Other areas for potential improvement in food safety are recordkeeping, the scope of monitoring, real-time visibility into

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Sensors in the era of cloud connectivity

History.com reports that the first industrial revolution (circa 18th and 19th century) saw the introduction of automation in the manufacturing process. The premise of making things better, faster and with greater volume hasn’t really changed much. The fourth industrial revolution, also referred to as Industry 4.0, continues this trend albeit with more advanced tools and technologies that facilitate greater

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Swift Sensors announces predictive maintenance tools for Manufacturing Analytics Dashboard

Swift Sensors, developers of Industrial IoT wireless sensors systems, announced its predictive maintenance tools for its Manufacturing Analytics Dashboard. The tools add trend analytics to  manufacturing metrics of compliance, utilization, maximum, minimum and average measured values monitored by the wireless sensor system. Eleven dashboard panels have been added for measuring analytic trends across multiple shifts.

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