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What are the values ​​of the IIoT?
Source:Original | Author:Calio Huang of C&T RF Antennas Inc | Publish time: 2019-08-08 | 474 Views | Share:

The concept of the Internet of Things and the Industrial Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 has both intersections and differences. The Internet of Things emphasizes the connection of all hardware devices in life and production; the industrial Internet of Things refers to the connection of production equipment and products in an industrial environment, and+ the industry 4.0 covers the entire manufacturing ecosystem.
 
With the deep integration of industrialization and informatization, the demand for interconnection between production control systems and production management systems within and between enterprises is increasing. The demand for improving product quality and operational efficiency through access to the network is stronger. Industrial Internet of Things It came into being.
 
Industrial IoT transforms every link and equipment in the production process into data terminals, collects underlying basic data in all directions, and conducts deeper data analysis and mining to improve efficiency and optimize operations.
 
Different from the application of the Internet of Things in the consumer industry, the foundation of the Internet of Things in the industrial field has existed for decades. Systems such as process control and automation systems, industrial Ethernet connectivity and wireless local area networks (WALN) have been in operation for many years, with programmable logic controllers (PLCs), wireless sensors and radio frequency identification (RFID) tags. But in a traditional industrial automation environment, everything happens only in the factory's own system and never connects to the outside world.
 
What is the value of the Industrial Internet of Things?
 
The Industrial Internet of Things has the following four characteristics compared to traditional industrial automation:
 
Data collection scope: Industrial Internet of Things uses RFID, sensors, QR codes and other means to obtain information data from production to sales to end-user use at any time. Traditional industrial automation data collection is often limited to the production quality inspection stage.