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IIoT: Let the machines speak for themselves

Product managers need to understand what their customers want and, in the past, had to rely on research like focus groups, surveys, and conversations with customers. And this worked, somewhat, but it took a significant amount of time and was…
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  • IoT

    Why manufacturers must pivot to smart, connected products

    To make the leap from a traditional manufacturing model to a new one that continually meets (and exceeds) customer expectations, is a big leap across the digital divide. But according to a new Forrester report, From Grease to Code, it must be…
    Bart Schouw Bart Schouw
  • IoT

    Smart connected products must live up to their promise

    Smart connected products can only provide a great customer experience if they are truly connected. A lot of time and money has been spent by companies in the last few years to create a great customer experience - both online…
    Bart Schouw Bart Schouw
  • IoT

    Three reasons to create resilient revenues with IoT

    There are three important reasons why manufacturers will embrace smart, connected products. 1. It's a massive opportunity The size of the overall equipment-as-a-service market is to reach $131 billion by 2025, a 35% increase from 2019. 2. Competition is looming In McKinsey’s Machinery…
    Sean Riley Sean Riley
  • News

    Celebrate National Techies Day

    The “star" status attained by several prominent technology experts - from Elon Musk to Tim Cook - is attracting more and more young people to careers in technology. On National Techies Day, I’d like to tell you a story of how…
    Philip Hooker Philip Hooker
  • News

    conXion 2021: Geoffrey Moore speaks

    The biggest mistake you can make in a truly connected world is to be disconnected. But transforming your organization to compete in an increasingly digital-born marketplace is a daunting task. At conXion 2021 (October 5-7), Geoffrey Moore, the world-famous organizational theorist and author, will…
    Bart Schouw Bart Schouw
  • IoT

    OEE: If you measure it, success will come

    Small- to mid-sized manufacturers and smart machine makers need a way to better measure overall equipment effectiveness without the expense and effort of expensive manufacturing execution systems (MES). According to Peter Drucker’s theory, measuring results is the only way to manage and improve your product. But…
    Dr. Juergen Kraemer Dr. Juergen Kraemer
  • IoT

    Fixing the supply chain while lowering emissions

    A truck drives from A to B and returns empty. This is clearly not economically or ecologically responsible. The European Commission-funded LOGISTAR project, Logistics Planning and Scheduling in Real Time, aims to change that practice, with effective planning of transport operations in the…
    Gabriele Strobel Gabriele Strobel
  • IoT

    5G campus networks: Opening new doors to innovation

    The 5G campus network is positioned to be the future of industrial communications. That may seem like a bold statement, but the advantages of a 5G campus are clear: They provide the best wireless experience compared to public networks, with high performance,…
    Jos Grond Jos Grond
  • Executive Voices

    Myth or fact? Understanding IIoT

    5G, hybrid cloud, edge computing, data sovereignty - the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) can sound like a baffling jumble of buzzwords, making it hard to know where to start. Manufacturers are rightly excited about the prospect of IIoT; it can…
    Bernd Gross Bernd Gross
  • IoT

    How to leverage IIoT for smart factories

    As manufacturing leaders digest new challenges - such as choppy demand, inconsistent supply chains and urgent changes to work safety environments - they are being forced to reassess factory operations. New worker safety requirements, in particular, mean that operations professionals…
    Sean Riley Sean Riley