July 2019

The Industrial Internet of Things

Drive IIoT success with advanced analytics

Refineries, petrochemical and other process plants face similar challenges in daily operations, as each facility must mitigate risk, anticipate maintenance, optimize operations and minimize operational expenses.

Refineries, petrochemical and other process plants face similar challenges in daily operations, as each facility must mitigate risk, anticipate maintenance, optimize operations and minimize operational expenses. To achieve these goals, plant personnel rely heavily on data to drive decisions. The excitement around the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is its ability to deliver this data at lower cost and in greater volumes than ever before. This is accomplished when IIoT implementations take advantage of advancements in the areas of wired and wireless sensors, networking and data storage technologies. The driving forces for these innovations are declining costs and increased connectivity

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