Guest Column | July 22, 2015

6 Uses For IoT Sensors In Equipment Manufacturing

By Joanna Rotter, content marketing specialist, MSI Data

It seems you can’t read any technology-related news these days without hearing about the potential of the Internet of Things to revolutionize the way we engage with the world. The reason? It’s a really big deal! The IoT promises to be the most disruptive technological advance since … well …. the Internet.

There’s no denying, the future of the IoT is upon us, and manufacturers stand to benefit more than most by using IoT to focus on warehouse productivity and safety, as well as strengthen field service programs.

IoT sensors built in equipment along with the tools to analyze incoming IoT data give manufacturers the information they need to get ahead in today’s increasingly connected world.

6 Ways Equipment Manufacturers Can Use IoT Data To Improve Product Support

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