Remote equipment monitoring can be a heavy drag on any organization with resources constantly being deployed to remote locations to to check and monitor assets. This is however, no longer a necessity. Perhaps you’ve heard the term “internet of things” (IoT)? Well, there’s more to it than just for letting you know if you have left your garage door open at home. Enter “Industrial IoT” (IIoT). IIoT has huge implications for industries right across the spectrum. Massive cost savings as well as data gathering efficiencies can be gained by utilizing even the most basic remote sensors.
Imagine having access to real time data streaming in constantly from all corners of your enterprise; All without expending man hours. That’s potentially a seismic shift in your capacity to manage your business.
IIot can remotely monitor machines while auto-diagnosing them in real time. IIot can monitor toxic gas and oxygen levels inside chemical plants to ensure workers and goods safety, it can control of temperature inside industrial and medical fridges with sensitive merchandise. IIot can collect vehicle data from OBD2 on your fleet vehicles. And yes IIoT can also tell you something as simple as whether an employee has left a drive bay door open after hours.
IIoS, with its open protocols and simple web and SMS integration is the future. Is your enterprise ready?