Author name: Pelion Team

IoT connectivity and device management come together under Pelion to give enterprise a level of visibility and control that really makes a difference. Pelion was originally founded as an incubation unit within Arm, the world’s leading designer of key technologies at the heart of computing. Now a wholly owned subsidiary of Arm, Pelion is forging its own path in the IoT revolution, building upon a solid foundation of connectivity and device expertise and a 500-enterprise strong customer base. With a unique combination of global IoT connectivity and device management from a single vendor, Pelion breaks down barriers to IoT adoption for anyone looking to transform their industry.

Gardner Denver and Pelion boost uptime for manufacturers

Pelion helps flow control technology providers; Gardner Denver
delivers a services platform for the compressed air industry. The age of the smart factory, driven by Industry 4.0
means their customers were looking for a way of harvesting real-time data relating
to their plant performance in a bid to eradicate downtime and maximize efficiency.
The Milwaukee-based industrial equipment provider responded to the market’s
appetite for data insights by creating the cloud-based iConn, an Intelligent
Compressor Data Platform.

Mechanical engineers anticipate major benefits from IoT

      What do the world’s mechanical engineers think about the benefits from Internet of Things (IoT)? How is it enhancing their abilities now, and what might it do for them in the future? To find out, the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) embarked upon a survey of over 1,800 mechanical engineers across the world. The …

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Manufacturing

Why IoT is changing the face of manufacturing

Manufacturing is an area where IoT can play a particularly important role. IoT is becoming increasingly pivotal in terms of assisting with product development and enhancements. However, it can also deliver significant benefits on the factory floor, safeguarding people, streamlining processes, and fast-tracking production.