Industrial Infrastructure of Industrial Assets to be Optimised, Says IDATE in Its Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

08 Jul 2016 • by Natalie Aster
Industrial Infrastructure of Industrial Assets to be Optimised, Says IDATE in Its Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

LONDON – The industrial infrastructure of industrial assets is set to see optimisation in the offing. This will be a result of the smart factory concept development by carrying out new manufacturing practices taking advantage of innovations in the ICT field. New technologies’ introduction in the production is not the ultimate target, this will go far beyond.

Growth of connections as well as integration of different components (the ones that are ICT-enabled) in a single networked system emerges to be the core principle.

Developments of the smart factory lead to production costs’ gains since defects are being eliminated and intensity of human sources in production tasks is being reduced.

In-demand research report “The Industrial Internet: Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution” drawn up by IDATE Consulting & Research offers an up-close look at the phenomenon of industrial Internet. The study provides an in-depth analysis of IoT technologies’ integration into industrial assets and end-products, as well.

It sheds light on innovative business models and contains valuable case studies, thus covering the space from different verticals. The report also canvasses drivers along with barriers the industrial Internet marketplace faces in its take-off.

Report Highlights:

  • deep insight into infrastructure;
  • concept description;
  • coverage of currently available international and national initiatives;
  • data on major providers;
  • information on selected implementations;
  • investigation of products and services;
  • insightful analysis of the market;
  • and more.

Other Markets Covered by IDATE Comprise:

More topical studies by our partner can be found at its page.

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