31 Dec '14, 7pm

Industrial #InternetOfThings has a proven ROI. Consumer #IoT is still hype. #trends2015 @eetimes

While the consumer side of the IoT is still mostly hype, the industrial IoT is seeing solid growth. When looking at the consumer side of the Internet of Things (IoT), it is easy to conclude that the IoT is still mostly hype. There are many products being introduced with little more to offer than novelty and a slight increase in convenience. But there is still little of the synergy that the IoT is expected to manifest, and little of measurable value yet to arise. The industrial applications of the IoT, on the other hand, are proving themselves. Intel, for instance, ran a trial at its plant in Penang, Malaysia, saving some $9 million by increasing productivity, reducing component failures, and improving equipment uptime. And this was simply by instrumenting one component of the production line: the CPU testers. An analysis by David Floyer, CTO of information resource Wikibon...

Full article: http://www.eetimes.com/author.asp?section_id=36&doc_id=13...

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