Decision-makers believe that 30% of their company’s revenue two years from now will come from the Internet of Things, yet almost a third of projects aren’t moving beyond the initial phase.
The drive to Digital Transformation is creating a ‘Digital Divide’. Which side are you on?
As connectivity in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) increasingly transforms manufacturing, new global research has revealed that nearly eight in 10 manufacturers (79%) have suffered some form of IoT cyberattack in the past year.
The high-octane world of Formula One isn't as far removed from the more traditional field of manufacturing as you might think. In fact, they share several key similarities beyond the obvious.
Cloud is seen as the fundamental first step for any scalable digitalisation strategy. In reality, a successful digital journey starts with a strong on-premise foundation.
Success may have many parents, but Industry 4.0 has only one: Henrik von Scheel. He talks to The Manufacturer about where manufacturing is heading – and why UK industry has a long-term competitive advantage.
Want to get ahead in manufacturing devices? Start embedding SIMs into your products during the manufacturing process, and fully benefit from the Internet of Things.
For many industrial organisations, the digital journey starts with the goal of connecting assets and systems to improve productivity, availability, and reliability.
Technology may sit at the heart of Digital Transformation, but market leaders also see it as an opportunity to drive positive cultural change and improve employee engagement.
With research suggesting artificial intelligence in manufacturing could become mainstream within 24 months, what can manufacturers gain from taking an early adopter approach? Tom Leeson reports.