Overcoming obstacles to Industry 4.0
The Internet of Things (IoT) has taken over the consumer world. From connected lightbulbs and door locks like Ring and Nest, to the virtual assistants of Alexa and Google Home and intelligent appliances like refrigerators and ovens, our homes are increasingly connected. But the IoT is noticeably less present in the industrial and manufacturing sectors. While many want to implement the IoT with the goal of achieving Industry 4.0, or a total digital transformation of the way goods are produced enabled by nearly fully automated operations, the building blocks for successfully driving IoT adoption continue to be a sore point.
Read the full article at Industry Today to learn how to achieve game-changing efficiencies through IoT.
About the Author
Tipton Loo is vice president of digital edge (AI and IoT) at PK. As the experience engineering firm, PK works with world’s most customer-obsessed companies to create pioneering experiences and accelerate outcomes.Tags: Artificial Intelligence, Industry 4.0, Internet of Things, IoT