Conferences. Boardroom discussions. Pilot projects. Billions in investment. Still the promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) can be elusive. As companies seek to make their IoT vision a reality, many face the substantial obstacles of turning sensors and data into meaningful business value. One place the potential is especially palpable is on the manufacturing floor, where IoT-enabled engineering and supply chains are creating connected systems that can improve overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) and enable predictive maintenance. But, like with all emerging technology, implementation is not easy. A systematic approach is the best way to make sure your IoT ideas come to life.
I recently explored this subject in an article called How To Extract Value From IoT-Enabled Engineering And Supply Chains in Manufacturing Business Today. Please read the full article or contact me to discuss further.