A set of technologies that connect a series of assets by placing them within an industrial context.
IIoT or Internet Of Things represents the new frontier of industrialization as each connected element will be uniquely identified and able to interact with information systems.
The purpose of this type of solutions is basically to monitor, transfer and share information between field devices, in order to obtain a complete and intelligent control of the systems that define the processes.
An IIoT system, through the interconnection between all internal and external devices and the real-time collection of information from the field, allows a customer to implement solutions including:
- Geolocation systems
- Control systems and measurement of operating parameters of devices, machines, plants
- Performance analysis of single machines but also of entire supply, production, packaging and distribution lines
IIoT is a technology that is taking on a key value in Industry 4.0, with some application areas such as:
- Home Automation i.e. technology applied to homes;
- Robotics: i.e., engineering and technology that allow robots to "come to life," make robots do tasks now performed by humans;
- Avionics: i.e., technology applied to aircraft and piloting, such as aircraft communication systems, autopilot, etc.; and ;
- Automotive Industry: that studies new applications for cars, and "smart car", that is able to drive by itself and assist the driver
- Biomedical Industry: that is the IoT applied to medicine, such as remote management of patients, up to surgery done remotely;
- Telemetry: which deals with developing the transmission of data and information.
TOM – the BRIGER platform for fast and high-performance development of Industrial Internet of Things solutions
Experience in prototyping IIoT solutions to address specific needs led Bridger to engineer TOM (Technology Overlay Method) a standard platform for complex solutions.
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