The essence of smart manufacturing is creating an environment where information is captured in real-time from the plant floor and throughout the supply chain and then turned into powerful, actionable insights.
While expectations of IoT may be high however, there is still a lot of work to do for many manufacturers particularly when it comes to analysing the raw data. Just under half of UK businesses are not using any form of big data analytics and less than one in three have adopted IoT according to a report by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) and SAS.
An IoT powered future
This whitepaper takes a look at the rate at which manufacturers are adopting IoT and how the application of analytics will enable them to use the data they have gathered to advance operations.
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