IIoT, which stands for "Industrial Internet of Things", consists of machines connected to the internet and advanced analytical platforms to process the data they produce. It is a network of smart devices with its own computing capability that connects to create systems that collect, monitor, modify and analyze data at an industrial level.
IIoT represents Industry 4.0, the fourth industrial revolution today. It integrates smart devices, advanced data systems, physical and human networks.
There are many types of IIoT devices, from small environmental sensors to complex industrial robots. The benefits of IIoT are versatile and have multiple applications in many industries. The focus of IIoT is mainly on industrial applications such as manufacturing, power plants, agriculture, oil, and gas. Connected companies can see reduced downtime and maintenance costs, increased productivity of production, better workplace safety, and a better understanding of their own business processes.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is often referred to as "smart" objects. Anything that integrates data and connects the physical world to the digital world, from cars to appliances to fashion and the internet, is considered a smart object.
The IoT and IIoT concepts have the same usability and are key features of smart devices and connected devices. The difference between the two is in their general uses. The Internet of Things is most used for consumers. IIoT is used for industrial purposes such as supply chain monitoring, production, and management systems.
Smartphones play a big role in IoT. Because many IoT devices can be controlled through the application in a smartphone. For example, you can set the best temperature for you through the application. Another plus? This means you can eliminate unnecessary heating or cooling while you are away. This potentially saves you energy costs.
IoT devices include sensors and mini-computer processors that act on data collected by sensors through machine learning. In fact, IoT devices are minicomputers connected to the internet.
Machine learning is when computers learn in a similar way to humans (by collecting data from their environment). It is the process that makes IoT devices smart. This data helps the machine learn your preferences and adjust accordingly. Machine learning is a form of artificial intelligence that allows computers to learn without the need for human programming.
How are businesses benefit from IIoT now? Here are the IIoT solutions available:
When the Internet of Things becomes widespread, digital culture will evolve and transform. Technologies that make life easier will be in all areas of our lives. So, what awaits us in the future?
Applications that monitor health performance, smart wristbands, and interconnected personal objects will create new health models in the future. Thanks to smart services that inform nurses about patients, the workforce of nurses will be reduced. Surgical robots that work thanks to IoT sensors will be able to perform flawless surgeries.
Manufacturers will adapt to IIoT. With the widespread use of IIoT, an environment that will replace manpower will be provided. 24/7 production will be available, and no one will be involved in the production, except employees who control the systems. For this reason, there will be factories where they do not need light. These will be called dark factories.
IoT-based driverless autonomous vehicles and traffic management systems will reduce traffic accidents caused by humans.
It will be possible to monitor and analyze the performance of energy-consuming devices. Storage, which is the main component of renewable energy systems, can be made low-cost thanks to IoT. There will be smart grid systems.
Thanks to the internet of things, pollution levels and soil moisture can be analyzed in seas, fields. In this way, measures can be taken for environmental pollution. IoT will usher in the smart farming age. Potential conditions of the crop can be monitored in real-time by using smart devices in farming.
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