Industrial Internet of ThingsTag
IoT Standards & Ecosystem from Harish Vadada
This a study that I had presented on the current ecosystem for Internet of things, machine-to-machine ecosystem. If you have questions, please feel free to reach out.
The value of data is becoming a larger part of the business value chain, the lines between different industries become more vague, or as GE’s Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt once stated: “If you went to bed last night as an industrial company, you’re going to wake up today as a software and analytics company.” This is not only true for an industrial company, but for many companies that produce “things”: cars, jet-engines, boats, trains, lawn-mowers, tooth-brushes, nut-runners, computers, network-equipment, etc. GE, Bosch, Technicolor and Cisco are just a few of the industrial companies that offer an Internet of Things (IoT) platform.
Manufacturing has undergone a quiet revolution in the last few years, but even most industry insiders don’t realize it yet – because it’s an invisible revolution, running through its cables and wires and circuits.
Today’s manufacturers produce more data in a single day than they did in a full month just ten years ago: sensor data, camera images, P..