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    • Defining hybrid integration

      In Greek mythology, fantastic creatures are typically depicted as hybrids, such as the Minotaur and the centaur. Even in an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) context, there’s still something mysterious about hybrid. 

    • Removing IT bottlenecks: The key is simplicity

      A report by Mulesoft found that the IT teams of just 37 percent of organisations completed all of their assigned projects last year. Digitalisation can gather valuable data insights and optimise processes, but progress is often held back by the large IT workload such projects create.

    • Service buses and their impact on digitalisation

      One of the biggest challenges that enterprises face in their digitalisation efforts is having too many complex data silos and applications that don't follow a common architecture. The promises of the Fourth Industrial Revolution are significant, but there are several traps that companies need to avoid in order secure the long-term outcome of their digitalization projects. 

    • What’s coming to Industry 4.0?

      Janus, the Roman god of new beginnings, is represented by a double-faced head, one facing the past and the other facing the future. Taking inspiration from this, manufacturers looking to accelerate their digital transformation should consider the impact of the past. 

    • It's time to escape pilot purgatory

      How is it possible for over two thirds of projects to fail at the first hurdle? Johan Jonzon, CMO and Co-founder of Crosser, explains how manufacturers can prevent IoT project failure in the age of Industry 4.0.

    • Taking the edge off Industry 4.0: Why edge analytics should be part of an IIoT strategy

      In a 2019 report from Forrester, 69% of decision-makers said that prioritising edge Internet of Things (IoT) processes would improve their ability to meet IoT objectives. And they weren't wrong. Eventually, it won’t be possible for all data to be stored and monitored in the cloud – this is where edge analytics offers an olive branch. Here, Johan Jonzon, CMO and Co-Founder of Crosser, looks at why edge analytics should be a key part of an IIoT strategy in manufacturing.

    • Exploring the most used low code modules for edge analytics

      A survey by Yokogawa found that more than half of decision makers from global process industries are increasing their investments in industrial autonomy. Following recent analysis of how its customers are using its visual drag and drop Flow Studio, Goran Appelquist, CTO at Crosser, provides insight into the five most popular analytics modules being used to create data flows in its platform.

    • Pharma’s future is at the edge

      According to ABI Research, pharmaceutical manufacturers will spend USD 1.2 billion on data analytics by 2030. The industry is accustomed to one way of operating – large batch size production. As pharmaceutical production moves to a more personalised approach, manufacturers may struggle to keep pace and remain agile. How can the industry catch up?

    • Edge analytics innovator to demonstrate new hyperautomation solution at SPS

      Crosser, known for edge analytics, intelligent workflows and hybrid integration, will exhibit its most recent product launch at Smart Production Solutions (SPS) in Nuremberg, Germany.

    • When fast food meets data speed

      There’s debate over the origins of the French fry – did it originate with English fish and chips, French steak-frites or Belgian frieten with mayonnaise? Many have laid claim to the fried potato. What cannot be denied, however, is the dish’s popularity as a staple of the modern Western diet. But this global demand requires intense processing, and data management, from food manufacturers.

    • Crosser and Weidmüller deliver machine learning anyone can master

      Crosser and Weidmüller announce a partnership to deliver an end-to-end machine learning solution that empowers subject matter experts to build and deploy machine learning powered use cases, without the support of data science experts.

    • Crosser and Moxa join forces for IT/OT edge convergence

      Moxa Europe GmbH and Crosser announce their cooperation. Together, Crosser’s edge analytics platform and Moxa’s reliable network, connectivity and edge computing solutions will help manufacturing companies to connect their devices to offer better collaboration between systems, processes, and people.

    • Crosser's hyperautomation solution brings intelligent workflows to industrial organisations

      Crosser has expanded the capabilities of its Crosser Platform with a new edition called Crosser IPA (Intelligent Process Automation).

    • AIoT and edge analytics: a powerful combination

      Swedish philosopher Nick Bostrom once said, “machine intelligence is the last invention that humanity will ever need to make”. Artificial intelligence (AI) decision making, paired with real time communication and data analytics, has the ability to transform the way manufacturers understand their machines. Here Johan Jonzon, CMO and Co-Founder of Crosser, explains how combining AI with the IoT can unlock the next generation of manufacturing.

    • Start small, finish big

      Achieving something large or complex takes time. Take manufacturing a car, for example, which can require over 17 hours and 30,000 parts to complete. Similarly, implementing Industry 4.0 technologies should also be taken little by little, gradually adding layers to build a successful and robust system.


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