Disconnected point solutions, spiraling infrastructure costs, lack of data integration? Many of these dilemmas were brought to light during the pandemic as worker safety became a priority. Reality check? The same problems in addition to manual, labor intensive reporting and compliance existed long before 2020. Building a foundation for a resilient enterprise is more important than ever – as manufacturers have a growing need to respond to change.
Leveraging IoT can solve these challenges by taking a platform approach. Connecting devices, streaming analytics for real time decision making, reducing worker accidents – lead to increased plant productivity.
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