The Industrial Internet of Things is arguably the most widely covered and discussed of these topics in the general public. To help provide additional context around this broad concept, we take a look at how the Internet of Things is driving efficiency, execution, innovation and visibility in several industries, including agribusiness, consumer packaged goods and in the cold chain.
Topics: artificial intelligence, cold chain technology, digital humanists, digital machinists, dsi magazine, enterprise technology, industrial internet of things, internet of things, IoT & M2M, DSI Magazine, supply chain technology, wearables
The enterprise has been automating processes through machine-to-machine (M2M) integrations for decades. It’s not uncommon for a large enterprise to employ several software systems to manage complex processes up and down the supply chain. That’s where M2M integrations come in: to open the lines of communication between devices, machines and software systems for business process optimization.
Stroll through the soaring corridors of one of Kansas City’s favorite landmarks, Union Station, and you’ll not only have a chance to see history—you can actually experience it. Union Station’s new permanent digital exhibit, Living History, uses augmented reality to illustrate “how this iconic monument and transportation hub was a key driver in Kansas City’s growth and expansion to help it become the city it is today.”
Topics: IoT & M2M