Innovative IoT solutions

Published:  16 February, 2018

Rittal.jpgRITTAL says companies that employ machine-to-machine communication to streamline manufacturing require real-time capabilities and IT resources deployed in close geographical proximity ensure that latency is low, and data readily available. The Rittal Edge Data Centre can provide an effective answer to this need. It is a turn-key, pre-configured solution based on standardised infrastructure. It can be implemented rapidly and cost-efficiently – paving the way for Industry 4.0 applications.

The company says sensors and actuators deployed in smart production systems continuously relay information on the status of processes and infrastructure and this forms the basis for innovative services – such as alerts, predictive maintenance, and machine self-optimisation – delivered by the company’s IT department in real time. Visit to read the full release


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