ARC Blog: “Industrial IoT: Making it Real and Quantifiable”

By | June 27th, 2016|Industrial Internet of Things, IoT|

Original Post by ARC Advisory Group: https://industrial-iot.com/2016/06/industrial-iot-making-real/

Let’s first agree this is industry, not a consumer market. For industrial manufacturing, this is not a sauce bottle attempting to talk to a milk carton in the refrigerator. Every week there’s more written in email magazines, articles, and blogs about the acronyms […]

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When Did Machinery Monitoring Become Machine Learning? Is there a Difference?

By | October 7th, 2013|Anomaly Detection, Machine Learning, Predictive Analytics, Smart Machines|

In the 1980s, for very expensive equipment such as a single un-spared compressor in an ammonia plant, industrial manufacturing deployed machinery monitoring. The risk of huge production losses justified extraordinary expense. In such “experiments,” highly trained specialist engineers with state-of-the-art super-computers and expensive vibration sensors were dedicated full-time to one […]