In today’s reality, the critical infrastructure of successful smart factories relies more on bits and bytes than nuts and bolts. To help accelerate the development of more intelligent factories, Intel IoT guided developers toward a more accessible and robust path forward at this year’s Hannover Messe industrial conference in Germany.
The 2015 event placed a major emphasis on the digitization of manufacturing as well as on human-machine collaboration and intelligent energy systems utilizing the Internet of Things. Developers saw first-hand how Intel® IoT Gateways seamlessly exchange data between machines and products, ensuring optimal results.
Attendees Experience Intel IoT at Hannover Messe 2015
IoT Integrated Manufacturing Architecture – Chocolate Factory
The Internet of Things for industry is about connecting legacy and new devices to the Internet, integrating secure compute capabilities, and advancing the use of data analytics to extract new value and process efficiency.
Wind River Interactive City Featuring Intel IoT
Smart infrastructure and critical infrastructure become more reliable, efficient and secure with cloud-based intelligence. Wind River provides end-to-end IoT solutions enabling customers to connect critical machines and devices to the cloud across the smart city.
To learn more about the Intel IoT for industrial developers, visit: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/industrial-automation/industrial-overview.html