This white paper describes the value of IoT for manufacturing and defines an ROI model for building a business case and tracking results related to IoT initiatives.
In this paper, we will discuss IoT use cases from the manufacturing industry. We will focus on how sensors can help companies create a safer factory environment, meet compliance standards and improve worker safety.
Smart factories are needed to upgrade the manufacturing industry. These factories combine physical technology with cyber technology and integrate previously independent discrete systems. The involved technologies are thus more precise and complex.
Wide bandgap semiconductor (WBG) materials such as Silicon Carbide (SiC) and Gallium Nitride (GaN) are of specific interest, which has provided significant improvements in performance over the current standard, silicon. Read about the benefits of using SiC and GaN WBG semiconductors, current state-of-the-art devices & solutions, and how SiC and GaN can be strong and viable candidates for future power electronics and systems applications.
AI has shown promising trends over the years, and it's impacting virtually every industry. AI is set to benefit almost all critical technologies, and findings focus on automation, healthcare, enterprise, robotics, facial recognition, IoT, and more. Read more to gain insight into the current trends and future drivers of AI.
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