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The Industrial Internet of Thing: How Smart Machines are Improving Production Processes

The Industrial Internet of Things is one of the terms you have to know and understand if you have an industrial business. Unfortunately, it’s not the most straightforward term, so we want to equip you with the knowledge of what it is and why it’s so important!

What is the Industrial Internet of Things?

Perhaps an easier way to think of it as just the Industrial Internet. The Internet is a way to connect machines and information. For most of us, we easily understand this through things like social media or search engines. However, not all information that is shared through the Internet is designed for human consumption. Machines are constantly passing information between each other and automating processes on your computer or smartphone.

In recent years, larger tech companies began to understand how information and communication between machines could be used to improve industrial processes, but this is still a relatively new term that has only started becoming more well known in this decade.

For example, think of any security software that can automatically spot malware from the Internet. Another example is the trend of smart home technology. You can use the internet from your phone to tell your smart thermostat to start the air conditioning from miles away. These are both examples of information passing between machines to improve automated processes. We can use machine to machine communication to improve our processes, develop analytics, monitor your business, and exchange crucial information for faster and smarter performance.

The amazing thing about the Industrial Internet of Things is that it can be tailored to your business. Information and data are becoming more and more important in society, but you can’t do much if you don’t have help to analyze and monitor that data. This is why businesses are making the most of the Industrial Internet by combining it with machine learning, artificial intelligence, and other big data software to make insights about their business.

How Can Your Business Benefit from the Industrial Internet of Things?

As we mentioned above, the exciting thing about the Industrial Internet is that we are still discovering it’s potential. Big data and artificial intelligence are advancing very quickly and are becoming more and more commonplace. Companies all over the world are looking for new applications of this and similar technologies.

If you work in energy production for example you can use the Industrial Internet to find drops in efficiency much more quickly than a human can. Since everyone relies on energy production, it’s crucial that you keep downtimes to a minimum for your business and for your community and the Industrial Internet can help with that.

If you work in automated manufacturing, your business needs to be able to understand inefficiencies in the flow of production. The more your machines can record data the better you can engineer your processes to function more efficiently, effectively increasing output and productivity.

We could cover every industry, but the important thing is to do research in your business. As a business, we know how vital it is to keep up with our ever-changing world and you should as well. If we can’t adapt, we will fall behind, right? There are ways your industry is introducing the Industrial Internet of Things to improve productivity and you should get on board now.

How Can I Implement the Industrial Internet of Things for my Business?

Our professional industrial electricians understand your business. We train our techs to handle machine repair, emergency service, relocations and do it all safely even if the location has potential hazards. That’s why businesses all over Southern California continue to rely on us to help them with their processes. We can meet with you and make sure your machines are properly wired to pass the information along and give our insights to help your business. We’re just a call or contact form away!

Call the industrial electricians at Southwest Industrial Electric today at (323) 215-1273 or contact us through a simple online form!