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IoT in Manufacturing

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IIoT - Industrial Internet of Things
Digital Transformation
What is an IoT?
Internet of Things (IoT) is an ecosystem of
connected physical objects that are accessible
through the internet. The ‘thing’ in IoT could be a
person with a temperature monitor, heart monitor,
RFID scanner or any device with built-in-sensors,
i.e. objects that have been assigned an IP address
(network address) and have the ability to collect
and transfer data over a network without manual
assistance or intervention. The embedded
technology in the objects helps them to interact with
internal states or the external environment, which in
turn affects the decisions taken.
Adoption Drivers & IIoT Impact
Drivers for IoT adoption in Manufacturing

● Cost Reduction
● Shorter Time-To-Market
● Mass Customization
● Improved Safety

Three major dimensions of IIoT’s Impact

● Dimension 1. Visibility into shop floor and field operations


● Dimension 2. Visibility into the manufacturing supply chain
● Dimension 3. Visibility into remote and outsourced operations
IoT driven Manufacturing Operations

Monitoring
Equipment
Utilization
IoT driven Manufacturing Operations

Quality
Control
based on
Condition
Monitoring
IoT driven Manufacturing Operations

Monitoring
Safety
IoT driven Manufacturing Operations

Predictive
Maintenance
& Condition
Monitoring
Summary
The Industrial IoT helps manufacturing enterprises

● To maximize productivity through production uptime, reducing costs and


eliminating waste.
● Better understanding of the manufacturing and supply chain processes,
improves demand forecasting.
● Achieve faster time-to-market and enhance customer experience.
Digital Transformation - How to Implement?
Key Challenges
● Large Investment Needs
● Uncertainty about the ROI
● Integration with Operational Technologies & Legacy Systems