Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) is a rapidly progressing sector for manufacturers to use connected devices to track analytics data and to analyze processes and identify optimization possibilities


Soy milk production factory in Hong Kong

Food production factory line in Hong Kong  


AIoT Artificial intelligence Internet Of Things


  • Digital/Connected factory:  Operation managers can remotely manage the factory units and take advantage of process automation and optimization. A digitally connected unit will establish a better line of commands and help identify key result areas
  • Facility Management:   IoT sensors in manufacturing equipment enables condition-based maintenance alerts like temperature & vibration ranges from its prescribed parameters. Manufacturers can conserve energy, reduce costs, eliminate machine downtime and increase operational efficiency
  • Inventory Management: The inventory is tracked and traced globally on a line-item level and the users are notified of any significant deviations from the plans. This provides cross-channel visibility into inventories, realistic estimates of the available material, work in progress and estimated the arrival time of new materials
  • Quality Control:  IoT sensors collect aggregate product data and other third-party syndicated data from various stages of a product cycle. This data relates to the composition of raw materials used, temperature and working environment, wastes, etc. All of these inputs can later be analyzed to identify and correct quality issues.