Defining the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

There are many potential definitions for IIoT in terms of what it encompasses, how it relates to ICT technologies, and what vertical segments it will serve.

It is also clear that largely IoT in general is in the Point-of-View (PoV) stage from most analyst, experts, and industry operational personnel.

We see IIoT initially as encompassing a few areas that touch on Big Data, Manufacturing, Automation (industrial, office, and more), and will be an important part of certain global initiatives such as Smart Cities.

For example, Mind Commerce sees IIoT supporting the following:

  • Automation of commercial premises such as office, hospitals, hotels
  • IoT sensors in Industrial manufacturing, production lines, supply chain, etc.

More Information about Mind Commerce IIoT related Research:

Industrial Convergence Revolution: Smart Cities, Industry 4.0, Big Data in Manufacturing, and Industrial IoT assesses Smart Cities, Big Data in Manufacturing, and Industrial IoT. Mind Commerce evaluates how Big Data is helping manufacturing sector to design new business models, revamp operational process, and facilitate cost effective supply chain solutions. We also provide key observations identified during the research, which provides information about perception and expectations of Big Data solutions in manufacturing. The report includes forecasts and quantitative data for Big Data in Manufacturing by sector, segment and region.

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