What is the difference between Internet of Things (IOT) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)?
Internet of Things, or LoT, are used to describe physical objects with built-in electronics or internet connection, that can be controlled or exchange data over a network. Increased communication between devices often result in higher efficiency, better quality and financial benefits. Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a concept that aims to distinguish between consumer-oriented IoT and more industrial-oriented IoT within B2B.
By connecting different parts of the production to the internet, companies can run more efficiently, provide a better basis for decision-making and maximize profitability. You gain access to large amounts of data, but also the opportunity to analyze and act on this information no matter where you are. The systems and machines are also allowed to communicate with each other and can thereby draw their own conclusions to upgrade and further optimize the process.
IIoT is also called the fourth industrial revolution, or industry 4.0, and is expected to save companies countless billions of dollars within the next coming years.
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