IoT

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How Sitech builds modern industrial IoT monitoring solutions on Grafana Cloud

Chemelot is an industrial park in the Netherlands with more than 150 companies in chemical and process industries that are working to build the most sustainable and competitive chemical site in Western Europe. Sitech Services is part of making that happen. The Dutch technology firm brings together maintenance and engineering specialists with data scientists to create multidisciplinary solutions that achieve optimal safety, efficient infrastructure, and efficient processes for the plants.

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With Grafana and InfluxDB, CSS Electronics visualizes CAN IoT data to monitor vehicles and machinery

Martin Falch, co-owner and head of sales and marketing at CSS Electronics, is an expert on “CAN bus” data. Martin works closely with end users, typically OEM engineers, across diverse industries (automotive, heavy-duty, maritime, industrial). He is passionate about open source software and has been spearheading the integration of the CANedge with InfluxDB databases and Grafana telematics dashboards.

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Industry 4.0 Defined and Explained

With Industry 4.0 fundamentally transforming manufacturing systems and processes through IIoT technologies, manufacturers large and small are seeking the most efficient ways to reap its benefits. Potential gains include optimizing operations, generating data-driven insight, creating new revenue streams, and accelerating innovation. To paint the big picture, let’s start with a definition of Industry 4.0, followed by an explanation of what adopting it involves.

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Using the Flux VS Code Extension for IoT Application Development

InfluxData prides itself on its effort to prioritize developer happiness. This included providing developers with a variety of tools to interact with InfluxDB v2 OSS or InfluxDB Cloud, so they can pick the development style that works best for them. This article assumes you’re using the InfluxDB Cloud Free tier, which is the easiest way to get started and maintain InfluxDB. You can use any of the following tools for your IoT application development.

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Managing IoT Software Updates at Scale: Our Acquisition of Upswift

With the increasing proliferation of connected devices, it might be assumed that deploying software to devices, providing incremental updates, application security and IoT device management at scale are all rolled into companies’ DevOps pipelines as one big happy portfolio. Sadly, this has not been the case to date. Most IoT software updates and management solutions today are operated in a complete silo from corporations’ DevOps processes.

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Driving Digital Twin adoption with LC/NC App development for IoT

In the age of a new normal, remote monitoring and control have become a necessity across the enterprise. The prominence of IoT extends beyond its traditional purpose of sense and integration, evolving to complete end-to-end Enterprise Digital applications that represent physical assets, processes, and environment as a replica in a virtual representation.

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How to use AWS IoT SiteWise Edge and Grafana to collect and monitor industrial data on-premises

The AWS IoT SiteWise plugin for Grafana was created to enable AWS IoT SiteWise customers to visualize and monitor industrial equipment data using Grafana dashboards. Industrial customers use AWS IoT SiteWise to collect, process, and monitor their industrial data at scale. This plugin allows them to use Grafana dashboards to monitor this data, stored by AWS IoT SiteWise in the AWS Cloud.

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The Impact of Internet of Things (IoT) in the Retail Industry

Internet Of Things has always played a significant role in the retail industry, stocking and warehousing. And its value is projected to rise from USD 14.5 billion in 2020 to USD 35.5 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 19.6% The term Internet of Things was coined by Kevin Ashton when he was faced with a challenge in logistics and supply chain management while he co-founded the MIT Auto-CAD centre.