Industrial IoT on the agenda at China summit

By Jonathan Nally
Tuesday, 03 July, 2018

Industrial IoT on the agenda at China summit

Six thousand participants are expected to take part in the Advantech IoT Co-Creation Summit in Suzhou, China, in November, to discuss the future of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

IIoT applications are about to become widely implemented in various industries. The key to success lies with platform technology suppliers working closely with industry professionals to integrate and form standardised and easily duplicated solution ready packages (SRP). These SRPs can then be installed by system integrators at each client site.

Eventually, IIoT industry chains will be formed as SRPs become established as comprehensive field solutions. Therefore, the IoT industry chain must include sensors, edge computing, communication, PaaS (platform as a service), industry SRP and cloud services.

For the next five years, this type of industry chain is projected to reach maturation at an accelerated pace.

Advantech, an intelligent systems provider, has announced the co-creation of 30 sets of SRPs to be officially released this year.

The IoT Co-Creation Summit will include 100 in-depth discussion seminars focused on IoT-related topics.

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