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How Many Automation Devices Are Available for the Industrial IoT?

How Many Automation Devices Are Available for the Industrial IoT? | application development | Scoop.it

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Richard Platt's curator insight, May 16, 2015 4:43 PM

This focus on connectable devices allows us to ground our assessments in our large database of primary research, a database that covers the range of process automation, discrete automation, and network infrastructure devices used to automate virtually all types of industrial machinery and processes. Focused specifically on connected devices used in manufacturing production, our analysis excludes connected end devices such as automobiles, jet engines, or television sets.  -  While we expected this approach to yield more conservative figures, the results generate a total available market of over 200 million devices worth over US$280 billion by 2019. These large figures were generated in spite of the relatively short five year forecast time frame, plus the inherently slow rate of change in industrial automation. Industrial manufacturers have already accepted the value proposition inherent in connected devices, so the potential to take the next step and connect these devices to the IIoT is evident. Retrofits of installed equipment as well as annual shipments of connected devices will both have a significant impact.

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Robot Revolution: Our disappearing jobs and the future of work

Robot Revolution: Our disappearing jobs and the future of work | application development | Scoop.it

“Imagine a pair of horses in the early 1900s talking about technology. One worries that all these new mechanical muscles will make horses unnecessary. The other reminds him that everything so far has made their lives easier. Remember all that farm work? Remember running coast-to-coast delivering mail? Remember riding into battle? All terrible. These city jobs are pretty cushy — and with so many humans in the cities there are more jobs for horses than ever”


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[Three ways to transform business data into BI] Part 3: Business intelligence meets mobility

[Three ways to transform business data into BI] Part 3: Business intelligence meets mobility | application development | Scoop.it

In the previous posts we checked out on how one should Opt for better - not bigger dashboards for conveniently allowing your employees to access information based on their roles and responsibilities and how Self-sufficient BI reporting without relying on IT brings in that cost saving on your IT resources while they concentrate on their core competencies of showing you the bigger technology picture of your business.


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Greg Deckler's curator insight, April 10, 2015 2:45 PM

The link on this is broken, which is too bad because it is a good article, here is the real link.  http://www.bizcommunity.com/Article/100/16/126282.html