Do you want an inside view of the smart sensors market through the eyes of four industry experts?
You got it in the latest edition of Tech Briefs magazine. The editors sat down for a roundtable discussion with Monnit Founder and CEO Brad Walters and three other Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) leaders. These four smart sensor experts each answered four questions.
To the last question: In what industries do you expect to see the greatest demand for sensor technology in the next five years? Walters declares, “Industries that effectively integrate smart sensors will help propel the IIoT evolution into the next industrial revolution.”
That forward-looking statement supports his industry-defining Walters’ Law of the IoT that promotes the reactive, predictive, and transformative value you can achieve for the ways you put IoT technologies to work.
Read on to find out what else he and the other experts want you to know about the revolutionary impact of smart sensors.
The manufacturing industries are undergoing a digital transformation worldwide, spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, which is speeding up the adoption of Industry 4.0. This shift to digital is fueling advances in smart sensors that not only capture sensing data, but also interpret that data into actionable insights for a variety of applications in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) space.
The smart sensors market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 19 percent over the forecast period (2021-2026), according to Market Research Future. What’s driving the escalating demand for smart sensors and which industries will expect to see the greatest demand for sensor technology in the coming years? Tech Briefs posed questions to four industry experts to garner their views on the future outlook for smart sensors and IIoT.
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Connectivity allows reporting and diagnostics from as close or far as necessary.
Not all that long ago, typical machine diagnostics were limited to local indicators such as HMI popups, stack lights, and annoying sonalert alarms. These were intended more for the operator to keep the machine running than for any other audience. The event that caused the indicator may or may not have even been logged in the control software for review later, much less communicated to engineering, maintenance, or operations.
The only real way to see what was happening in real-time in the system was to connect it to a development tool or laptop. It wasn’t because the events were unimportant, but because the ability to communicate the information easily and effectively from the control system to the outside world did not exist, or because those tools were difficult or expensive to implement.
Fast forward to the present time, and oh how things have changed.
It’s almost time for AT&T to turn off its 3G network on February 22, 2022. You can’t run your IoT sensor network on an ALTA 3G Gateway after that date.*
AT&T is shifting more resources to its 5G network like other carriers. The carrier continues to notify customers that they must upgrade to at least a 4G LTE-enabled device before its 3G network shuts down.