Jonny Williamson rounds up the key takeaways from the side-lines of one of the world’s largest Industrial Internet events, Mind + Machines Europe 2017 – hosted by GE this week in Berlin.
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The majority of manufacturers are spending more than £100,000 on boosting factory connectivity a year, according to the latest Annual Manufacturing Report.
International technology company, PTC has announced a partnership with professional services firm, Ernst & Young (EY) to simplify industry innovation and adoption of internet of things business models.
Global technology and manufacturing group, Honeywell has partnered with SKF, one of the world’s largest bearing and seals manufacturers, to launch a pioneering industrial internet of things project.
Cambashi, an international industry analyst company based in Cambridge, has just completed a research project into the industrial application of the internet of things.
Executives realise that the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) represents significant business growth opportunities, yet their businesses are unprepared for it, according to recent research.
The cyber and data security arm of Thales has become a member of the Industrial Internet Consortium, a global organisation aiming to accelerate the adoption of the Industrial Internet of Things.