Internet of Things helps in detecting events or physical changes in the environment, along with a corresponding output in real time. They provide both performance and functionality, generate massive amounts of data, provide more granular information, and distribute data throughout a connected environment.

The connectivity between IoT devices and different objects like car, industrial motors, agricultural equipment, electronic appliances, medical equipment etc. through internet by wireless or wired means featuring an IP address is the backbone of Internet of Things technology. The Internet of Things (IoT) extends internet connectivity beyond traditional devices like desktop and laptop computers, smart phones and tablets to a diverse range of devices and everyday things that utilize embedded technology to communicate and interact with the external environment, through the Internet.

The potential impact of the IoT and its intelligent sensors is far-reaching and will encompass practicality in every single aspect of life. The interest and hype surrounding the IoT sensor is driven by the proliferation of everyday activities in various sectors such as agriculture, manufacturing, healthcare, automotives, smart cities, home automation etc. with an internet connection i.e. from operation to maintenance. Analyzing the large amount of data produced by these smart sensors will help in making high-tech farming, smart manufacturing and precision healthcare, smart automotive mobility, smart cities and smart homes for a quality living in today’s world.

The incorporation of machine learning and big data technology, harnessing the sensor data, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and automation technologies is otherwise known as the Industrial Internet or IIoT. The philosophy behind the Industrial IoT is to use Internet of Things technology in manufacturing to make smart machines that will accurately, consistently capturing and communicating machine data. In manufacturing specifically, IIoT holds great potential for quality control, sustainability and green practices enabling companies to pick up on inefficiencies and problems sooner, saving time and money and supporting business intelligence efforts. The Industrial IoT will be the eyes and ears of tomorrow’s factory.

The interest and hype surrounding the Industrial IoT is driven by the proliferation of everyday activities in a plant with an internet connection i.e. from operation to maintenance. In the world of manufacturing, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), is a logical extension of automation and connectivity that has been a part of the plant environment for decades, primarily in the area known as machine-to-machine (M2M) communication.

The IIoT movement is more challenging as the transition from M2M and plant networking to full IIoT presents interesting challenges that manufacturers must address before the technology gets out of hand and threatens, rather than enhances, the benefits that it promises to provide.

The connected factory of today’s scenario is relatively within a closed environment. But using the IIoT technology we will make the factories to connect with each other.

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