IMPACT OF THE INTERNET OF THINGS IN DIFFERENT INDUSTRIES
The impact of IoT is reaching more and more industries. Retailers use RFID inventory tracking chips, smart-store applications, predictive equipment maintenance and smart transportation to optimize power consumption and prevent equipment failure. Connected warehouses improve inventory management and sales monitoring opportunities.
Agricultural production is now more sustainable thanks to IoT technologies that contribute to solving the increasing water shortages. Farmers remotely monitor sensors, smartphones and drones to control connected harvesters, irrigation equipment, crops and livestock.
IoT Solutions also have a big impact on the mining industry with the adoption of remote operation and the integration of the mining process across the value chain. Other industries like hospitality understand better how to build their assets and deliver new services with IoT, beacon technology and process automation.
In our ‘Open Industry’ track, we will present how new technologies, applications and solutions as well as new uses of those existing are propelling the Industrial Internet.
Hear use cases from companies that achieved sales optimization, better controlled farms or improved customer service with the integration of sensors in their operations.
Predictive Equipment Maintenance
High Tech Farming