Internet of Things Intersection
Where IoT Advantages and Industrial Processes Meet
The mantra, “work smarter, not harder,” was allegedly coined by Allen F. Morgenstern, an industrial engineer and creator of the work simplification program in the 1930s. He intended to motivate people—especially industrial workers—to produce more with less effort. Today, we can turn this business manager buzz to the smart devices fueling the Internet of Things and its increasing benefits for how we get work done.
Read on as the Startup Info Team shares the advantages of the IoT in manufacturing that can apply to other industries. Here’s the article’s lead-in.
Internet of Things (IoT): Minimizes the Human Work and Effort
Industries now operate, interact, and use data differently due to the adoption and use of the Internet of Things (IoT). These improvements have accelerated the digitization of manufacturing, an industry that was previously hesitant to modernize.
Speaking about lightning speed, modern manufacturing operations management needs to be quick in all areas of the business to be competitive.
Manufacturing operations management is the sector where the Internet of Things (IoT) has had the most noticeable impact on transformation. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic’s slowing of IoT spending growth, IDC anticipates that it will resume double-digit growth rates in 2021, with an anticipated compound annual growth rate of 11.3% between 2020 and 2024.
However, a firm might not be persuaded to implement IoT so soon, even with these optimistic estimates. In this article, we’ll examine particular IoT applications in the manufacturing industry as well as how existing businesses are currently making use of these tools.
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Fight and Exterminate Pests with IoT Data
Exterminators can know with data from smart temperature sensors when it’s too hot in a facility for pests to live. Versatile wireless IoT sensors and meters can also tell pest control technicians how well their mobile heat remediation equipment performs. To kill pesky, invasive pests like bed bugs, termites, dust mites, stink bugs, fleas, cockroaches, and toxic mold, you need help from smart pest control devices and equipment.
IoT sensors connected to pest control machinery let technicians stay at safe distances—outside homes, commercial and industrial facilities, or inside service vehicles—to remotely monitor extermination activities on their smartphones, tablets, or laptops.
Data communication from sensors is nearly instantaneous. Data collection, logging, and reporting are automatic. The data from an innovative and sophisticated pest control system streamlines this service industry, saving time, resources, and money.
Learn how exterminators remotely monitor and optimize thermal remediation services to reduce setup time, enhance system performance, and improve customer service. They do it with real-time data points from fast-install IoT sensors and meters.
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How’s IoT Adoption Going for You?
It’s a time of increasing deployment of the Internet of Things (IoT) for businesses in nearly every industry. According to analysts and surveys, the accelerated rise of the IoT is due to a broad spectrum of organizations across many sectors reaping significant ROI from their deployments. Consider:
- Those companies that miss the proverbial bus or boat on advancing technologies like the IoT may jeopardize their competitiveness.
- Some business leaders may be hesitant to integrate the IoT due to supply chain or time-to-implement concerns.
- However, there are IoT providers that can help you hedge your bets so you can get in the game with what you need to succeed.
Read the beginning of Senior Writer Jon Gold’s article about new data showing that IoT deployments are on the rise, with a strong majority of companies deploying IoT technology to enhance their operations. Or, click a link to the full article on Network World below.
IoT Technology is Hitting an Inflection Point for Businesses
A new survey released by UK-based research firm Omdia bears out some of the industry’s rosier predictions for IoT uptake among businesses, finding that almost four out of five companies expect to be actively deploying IoT within the next two years.
The survey, which was commissioned by IoT connectivity vendor MachineQ and collected responses from more than 200 enterprises in the manufacturing, retail, real estate and construction, healthcare and life sciences industries, also found that 70% of respondents said that they planned to have more than 50,000 IoT devices deployed within the next 24 months.
Part of the reason for this acceleration, according to the research, is that enterprises now believe they can expect relatively fast ROI from their expenditure on IoT.
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