Industry Week says a question you should always be asking yourself is, "Who else can use this data?" They are absolutely right.
So much of the data that is collected never goes to good use. Industry Week reported, "Because of the resulting data silos, by the time the data reached the last functional group, it was hopelessly corrupted and/or so old it had no value. Worst of all, almost none of the data would reach those who could benefit the most: assembly line workers who could apply it to fine-tuning operations."
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That potential for change with the IIoT comes from the fact that we no longer must depend on fragmentary, after-the-fact data about how things (whether those things be assembly-line machinery, cows in a pasture, or our bodies) work, to make decisions about future design modifications, optimizing assembly lines, and/or maintenance.These examples will show you the benefits of instantly sharing, rather than hoarding, that new real-time data: Design: THINGK’s Slab, a smart kitchen scale/digital timer, was substantially improved by the Italian product development company’s decision to give users contributing to its crowdfunding campaign the opportunity to participate directly in the design process .Read More