Business intelligence (BI) is the process of organizing and presenting information in an understandable, contextual and usable way.
Data integration is a fundamental process for managing data in a company, for example, the manufacturing industry. It involves combining data from different sources into a single system to create a complete and accurate source of information.
Edge computing, also known as edge network or distributed edge computing, is a way of processing data at the source.
Today we will try to answer the question: why is an Industrial IoT platform essential for the process of corporate digitization?
For many companies, legacy systems represent a bottleneck to initiatives to digitize business processes and interconnect machines 4.0. Is it possible to overcome this obstacle and thus embark on the Industry 4.0 journey?
Servitization indicates the change in the organizational process of a company from selling products to integrating high-value-added services within the goods produced.
The concept of Edge Computing has greatly expanded, defining a real technology enabling the IIoT, also integrating artificial intelligence capabilities, towards the emerging proximity AI.
The Industrial IoT approach makes processes more effective and efficient, but in contrast, security risks increase.