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Inspekto – a Stone Junction case study

Quality assurance (QA) and manual inspection cost the manufacturing industry billions. Relying on the human eye for inspection is often unreliable, businesses needed a better strategy to avoid these losses – enter Inspekto.

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Reduce overheads and downtime with OT to IT convergence

The convergence of IT technology into OT machinery opens the door to a world of transparency and risk mitigation not normally available in the industrial space, and reducing downtime, overheads and operation issues are just some of the benefits to making the transition into an Industrial IoT integrated OT installation.

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The IIoT journey starts with remote telemetry

The first rule of supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) is that communications will fail. One challenge is rising volumes of data place increasing loads on both the main server and the communications networks connected to it. Here, Craig Abbot, Sales Manager for the Asia region at Ovarro, explains why remote telemetry units (RTU) are vital for minimising congestion in intelligent power, utility, broadcast and transport applications.

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What makes the Supply Chain of Tomorrow?

Supply chains have always been a key part of industry. However, following COVID-19, there has been increased speculation on how they can adapt to future scenarios. Over the last few years, there has been a distinct transformation which has altered how supply chains work and can be outlined by four key trends, including digitisation, sustainability, customisation and regionalisation.

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