Industry 4.0 Accelerators: IoT and Low-Code

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Performance Monitoring: Challenges, Solutions, and Benefits

A look at how IoT and analytics can improve and enhance the performance monitoring of industrial equipment and processes.

4 Benefits of Using Low Code in Industrial Manufacturing

As manufacturers adjust to the need for real-time insight and rapid innovation, low code offers the needed compromise between fast development and security.

IoT KPIs: A Closer Look at Overall Equipment Effectiveness

Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) can be used to optimize performance in production and offers a clear set of metrics for interpreting the data from IoT sensors.

Using Low Code Solutions to Make the Most of Industrial IoT

Organizations need a way to create customized applications that support their unique IoT-centered use cases.

4 Prevailing Industrial IoT Use Cases

When IoT is combined with sophisticated analytics to rapidly process the vast amounts of data devices generate, new use cases for industrial IoT emerge.

Why Low Code Development Still Needs Some IT Oversight

IT should ensure that the composable elements used to create low code applications meet company security and data privacy standards.

Using IoT-as-a-Service to Fight Cyberattacks in Manufacturing

IoT-as-a-Service may help fend off cyberattacks by ensuring security is up to date and offering managed security services for manufacturers who need it.

Leveraging Digitalization to Overcome Manufacturing Disruptions (eBook)

Disruptions can be entirely unpredictable, leaving manufacturers and their supply chain at risk. By pursuing smart factory initiatives, in part by adopting the industrial Internet of Things (IoT), manufacturers can embrace solutions that help address the underlying problems.

Filling Digital Transformation Gaps with Applications (eBook)

Transitioning to a digital business can expose shortfalls and create gaps in most companies’ software ecosystems. As such, industrial companies must develop solutions that meet digital demands by making application development easier and faster.

Tactically Deployed Low Code Brings Added Strategic Value

While many businesses use low code for specific tactical purposes, companies also should view low code from a more strategic perspective.

IoT Creates Buzz, but IoT-as-a-Service Creates a Path

IoT-as-a-Service allows companies to quickly leverage the full power of connected devices, incorporate new technology, and speed the time to value.

Digital Transformation Challenges in Manufacturing

Adopting digital strategies for manufacturing processes will allow small to medium manufacturers to remain competitive.

Three-Fourths of Intelligent Factory Initiatives Stuck in Pilot Stages

Forward-looking intelligent factory organizations embrace new technologies and take a keen interest in workforce development.

Low Code Automates Industrial Processes Faster

Low code development lets organizations invent entirely new automated processes and combine software elements that were not used together in efforts before.

Digital Twin: Closing the Loop from Operations to Design

The power of digital twin technology is amplified when models for discrete devices are combined into a system-level view of operations.

How Industry 4.0 and IIoT Work Together for Industry

While many companies have already embraced IIoT, they must now adopt Industry 4.0’s commitment to data-driven digital transformation.

How AI Will Make Industry 4.0 Profitable

The ability to move to Industry 4.0 depends on an organization’s ability to scale its proofs of concept to a more industrialized level.

Low Code: Cut Shadow IT, Aid Shop Floor Citizen Developers

Low code lets citizen developers get solutions on the board without waiting for IT, while also retaining oversight to ensure security.

Using Low Code and IoT to Optimize Spare Parts Inventory

Creating new applications using low code development platforms can lead to innovative solutions to old problems such as how to better manage spare parts inventory.

Low Code Adoption Momentum Will Remain Strong

Interest in low code development platforms is broad and growing. They speed development cycles, accommodate citizen developers, and increase time-to-value.

Webinar: Realistic IoT vs. visionary IoT for machine builders

Industrial machine builders are making moves into the industrial IoT. 70% of machinery and component vendors expect more than 5% of total revenue to come from industrial IoT solution sales within the next 5 years, and 40% of organizations plan to increase IoT spending in the next fiscal year.

Low-Code Platforms: App Versatility Without Losing Simplicity

Product teams must pay special attention to how the specific needs of their applications relate to the capabilities of the low-code platforms they select.

The Low-code digital transformation guide (eBook)

To meet the changing world and successfully transform, businesses need to change the way they develop software and involve the entire organization.

Additional Resources

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Low-Code/No-Code: 5 Key Questions to Form Your Strategy

Answer these questions to ensure that you can unlock the promised value of no- and low-code platforms.