Four Ways Predictive Maintenance Streamlines Manufacturing

October 24, 2017

The Internet of Things (IoT) is ushering in a new Industrial Revolution that will transform how products are manufactured.  Fabrication facilities are becoming “smart factories,” where vast quantities of sensor data are continuously analyzed to increase productivity and efficiency. The challenge is figuring out how to implement this technology. Because every factory is different, predictive maintenance must be customized for each facility. 

To overcome the challenges, Intel, IBM, ADLINK, and PrismTech, an ADLINK company, combined their expertise in number crunching, big data, and industrial automation.  The result is an all-in-one predictive maintenance solution that incorporates factory-optimized hardware, secure data distribution, and advanced analytics.

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