Safety & Reliability the Cornerstone of IIoT Deployments

Dan Yarmoluk on Embedded Computing Design

Predictive Analytics in Industrial IoT on DataScience.com

When we look to big data to detect complex patterns for entire plant or batch processes, we often start by adding sensors to measure machine health to older equipment. This allows us to add intelligence to a variety of critical equipment in order to minimize asset downtime, maximize productivity, and ensure workplace safety.

Defining The IoT Opportunity For Field Service Providers - Dan Yarmoluk for Field Technologies Online

Reliability Radio EP 002: Interview with Mr. Craig Truempi

Interested in AI, machine learning, BIG DATA? Well, this interview is for you! Listen to this episode and learn why this is the wave of the future! Please listen to Craig Truempi, Director of IIoT Reliability at AssetScan, and a master at these subjects.

Maintenance and Vibration Analysis: A Team for Your Team

Capterra Field Service Management Blog

All Things Data Podcast with Dan Yarmoluk

All Things Data Podcast, in the spirit of Daniel Kaheman, Peter Diamandis and Google “moonshots”, brings together leading data scientists, technologists, business model experts and futurists to

Defining The IoT Opportunity for Field Service Providers

I am excited to have been invited to share my views with you on why I’m so optimistic for field service workers and organizations by leveraging IoT technologies. I feel the field service component, distribution, channel, aftermarket service/repair, and integrator (or choose your terminology) is the glue to the entire IoT value chain. My goal for this column is to not only share my views, but to open a dialog with the community for us to share, learn, and collaborate.

5 Barriers to IoT Adoption & How to Overcome Them

Even with all necessary systems and processes in place, a strategy can be crushed by old visions of what a company is or aspires to be.

The industrial IoT can monitor critical machinery

This article is provided with permission of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers from the February 2017 issue of ISE, Copyright©2017 Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers. All rights reserved.

The IIoT assembly line: Getting a head start

The Internet of Things (IoT) movement has quickly connected our everyday devices, from our phones to cars and even our refrigerators. There's no doubt that the IoT is growing and expanding into new territories, especially within the world of machinery. The manufacturing industry is on the cusp of a revolution with the help of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Embracing the future of the IIoT will result in a working environment connected by sensors gathering useful data regarding equipment status, temperature conditions and current work progress, helping to improve the efficiency, safety and productivity of operations.

3: Industry: The New Frontier in IoT w/ Dan Yarmoluk and Jeff Liebl - Podcast

The industrial space is the new frontier of IoT—for real. While IoT has been around in industry for a very long time, the sector is lagging in understanding exactly what IoT can do to turn its products into services. In this episode of the Internet of X, Dan Yarmoluk of ATEK Access Technologies and Jeff Liebl of JFL Advisors discuss where industrial IoT is headed and the many places you can jump aboard.

The Industrial Internet for Business Leaders: Making it Simple

Connected things are becoming pervasive among consumers and business alike. It’s hard to open a newspaper or trade magazine or watch a news channel and not see a story that is in some way related to the IoT. While giant companies like Apple, Google and Amazon get the headlines with their cool new consumer devices, a very exciting “long tail” of commercial and industrial connected products is being rolled out today by manufacturers of all sizes.

Utilizing the Industrial Internet of Things to Monitor Critical Machinery

For quite some time now, industrial engineers have leveraged connected computing advances to help manufacturing facilities run more efficiently. However, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) will expand manufacturing automation even further by connecting industrial systems to make automation smarter. This will help ensure critical machinery and reliability is up and running to minimize costs and maximize productivity, and move towards predictive maintenance.

Practical Considerations for IoT Applications: Part 2

Address practical considerations of the IIoT system itself and how the implementation will work. Your application will monitor an asset, most likely remotely. There are many common mistakes made at this stage and things most people would not think to look at. These include things like power, environmental concerns, data reporting, and connections to the internet.

Practical Considerations for IoT Applications: Part 1

I want to go over practical considerations before an IIoT implementation can even begin. Below are things that your company needs to consider before starting your search for the IIoT solution that is best for you.

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