The Internet of Things (IoT) in the manufacturing world is about data and how to get more of it. But process manufacturing companies looking to take advantage of this need to do their homework to really understand its benefits.
Collecting data from the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) isn't enough; companies need to know what to do with it. They also need safeguards to ensure that the data they're processing isn't breached.
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IHS Markit reports that destocking trends and consolidated end-user markets will continue to place pressure on positive displacement pump suppliers has led to suppliers revising their 2017 pump sales expectations downwards.
Sensorex’s SD7000 Series Differential pH/ORP sensors are designed for neutralization, metal finishing and plating, wet fume scrubbers, chemical processing, and other online water quality and process applications.
Ocado, a British-only supermarket company, is running a trial program with robotic arms in its automated warehouses for the picking and packing of shopping orders, and is hoping to have them replace humans for picking.
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