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Five smart factories – and what you can learn from them

Amazon and Adidas aren't the only success stories in smart manufacturing, says Kayla Matthews. Whirlpool, Siemens, HP, Hirotec, and Ocado are all redefining industrial...

PAL value chains: how IoT transforms manufacturing and supply

Make way for the onshore revolution. Transformation expert Sean Culey joins our writing team and explains how the rise of the Personal, Automated, and Local...

Exclusive Q&A: Dell sets out new IoT strategy

In an exclusive interview, Internet of Business talks to Dell EMC's Dermot O'Connell about the vendor's new vision for the IoT, and how companies...

IoT success demands radical cost reductions and minimal devices, say Cambridge...

The IoT can only succeed if organisations develop a minimum viable device to slash costs, says Rob Milner, head of smart systems at Cambridge...

Reuters’ AR & VR visions revealed

Augmented reality (AR) and new visual interfaces will have a major role to play in the IoT, says a new report from Reuters. So...

Analysis: 2018 looks set to see a surge in microgrids

Microgrids offer a way to add resilience to existing energy infrastructure or build entirely new, independent supply systems to serve remote locations. They also...

KraussMaffei: Keeping pace with manufacturers’ Industry 4.0 ambitions

Internet of Business speaks with Malte Manke, CIO at industrial equipment maker KraussMaffei Group, about emerging needs and expectations among digitally savvy manufacturing companies....

Adding additive manufacturing to the smart factory set-up

In addition to prototyping, manufacturing companies are increasingly looking to additive manufacturing on 3D printers as a way to build production components, too. With...

Can Elon Musk’s Boring Company spark a Hyperloop revolution?

If you can’t go around it, go under it. That is the basic premise of the Tesla founder’s Boring Company and its plans for...

BICS: In the IoT, machines must be able to roam freely

Internet of Business speaks to Mikael Schachne of BICS about the company’s approach to helping customers equip smart machines and devices with international IoT...

Analysis: Machine learning has much to teach utilities companies

Machine learning techniques look set to transform the way that utilities companies predict customer usage and production capacity in the years ahead.  Utilities take note:...

Utilities tell their networks: “Smart grid, heal thyself”

As smart grids get smarter, utilities are increasingly looking for ways to enable them to diagnose and heal their own problems.  In early January, the...