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Industrial IoT (IIoT)

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) connects sensors, actuators, controllers, and other devices to each other and the Internet. By networking mobile and stationary scattered assets into smart systems, they can report data continuously from every critical point and implement coordinated instructions. Intelligent real time management grounded in IIoT can optimize processes, lower operational and maintenance cost, reduce downtime, and open up entirely new ways of doing business.   

Our Industrial IoT solutions include certified modems as end devices for cellular networks, making it simple and cost-effective to realize these benefits as more industries go through the digital transformation. Find out more about how IIoT offers revolutionary benefits to any enterprise with diverse assets—supply chain, aviation, ag tech, cold chain monitoring, utilities, drones, video surveillance, and more.  

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Supply Chain IIoT Solutions

Supply Chain

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Aerial Drones

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Video Surveillance

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Agricultural Tech

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What Is Industrial IoT?

IIoT is the Industrial Internet of Things, which is a concept that involves connecting many devices to big data through cellular or wifi connectivity. Connected devices could be anything from machinery to shipping containers , vehicles in transport, or any asset critical to industrial operations. Through a internet connection, information on status, location, condition, and more pass real world data to businesses to help them make decisions to improve productivity and profitability.

Having stationary machinery connected to the internet (often to a cloud service) can assist with determining a need for predictive maintenance or remotely monitor the operational status of heavy equipment in a warehouse or factory setting.

Connecting moveable objects, whether inside a warehouse or anywhere in transit in the supply chain can allow fleets to track their vehicles as well as monitor their usage, or allow supply chain managers to know the condition and location of their assets at any time.

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