The Internet of Things (IoT) is firmly strengthening its position in human everyday life: a smart home, an intelligent assistant in a smartphone, online shopping are only a small part of what makes life easier. The number of connected devices is growing every year, and the scope of IoT applications is also increasing.
Thus, the introduction of innovative technologies into the industry allows managers to quickly make optimal business decisions, perform industry specific search, reduce production costs, increase labor productivity and the company’s competitiveness in the market. According to the consulting company Accenture, the contribution of the industrial Internet of things (IIoT) to the global economy by 2030 could reach $ 14.2 trillion.
Revolutionary technology in industry
The United States and European countries have appreciated the advantages of innovative technologies, therefore they are striving to automate production processes to the maximum. According to the forecast of Bain & Company, by 2021 the volume of the global industrial Internet of Things market will grow to $ 200 billion.
IIoT solutions help executives solve a large number of production problems. In our country, there are already many successful cases on the implementation of the Internet of Things in industry. For example, the intelligent energy consumption monitoring system installed at Coca-Cola HBC Russia plants allows not only to optimize the operation of enterprises, but also to reduce the negative impact on the environment.
Intelligent video surveillance systems effectively ensure the protection of the enterprise. Machine vision technologies allow not only observing what is happening at the facility, but also automatically analyzing data using logical algorithms, collecting them into an archive and notifying the operator in case of force majeure. For example, DSSL’s TRASSIR ™ line of digital video recorders allows you to build a powerful multi-channel security and control system for an industrial facility.