Industrial Internet of Things

Industrial Internet of Things

The combination of the specifics of the industrial sector and the proven efficiency of the Internet of Things can be considered the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). As an important part of Industry 4.0, the IIoT enables companies to enhance their productivity with the help of connected and autonomously operating smart systems.

We build intelligent devices for the industrial digital transformation of businesses everywhere.

The IIoT lies at the core of a new industrial revolution in the manufacturing sector. In the field of Industry 4.0, we empower companies to optimise their processes for better results.

We implement connected machines that are anchored in the business reality of our client’s production facilities. With the help of predictive analytics solutions and digital twin models, we enable our clients to reduce costs, monitor assets, optimise maintenance, reduce downtime, and achieve a host of other goals.

Developing intelligent, connected factories for operational efficiency

Satisfactory results trigger an increase of digitalisation coverage and performance analysis.

We enable barrier-free, connective, independent machine-to-machine interactions. With the creation of an IIoT ecosystem, we enable your business to benefit from a set of comprehensive data that, once generated, can be analysed and used for optimisation.

What can Accesa ensure with IIoT for your business?

In creating an IIoT solution, we start by identifying the digitalisation components based on our clients’ industry and business needs and goals. Only then do we proceed in implementing the IIoT ecosystem and enabling devices and machines.

Industry goals can be:

A decrease in production costs: IIoT generates predictive data that improves operational efficiency, reduces downtime, and can ensure a faster time to market for new products.

Enhanced operations management: reduce repetitive tasks and improve operational efficiency through interconnected systems and devices.

Asset tracking/uptime increase: the data collected from devices enables the system to predict maintenance interventions and hazard risks, thus maximising asset use.

Sustainability: IIoT is known for reducing waste. While this mainly affects production costs, it also has an impact on the environment due to a reduction in resources used or products thrown away.

Success stories:

Asset management with IoT for enhanced efficiency, compliance, and cost-optimisation
IoT tool tracking

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