How can operators take advantage of the M2M IoT sector? July 28, 2020 | Blog

M2M IoT means Machine-to-Machine communication. This digital interaction between and within machines and systems is the cyber-physical heart of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. IoT usage allows firms to fundamentally integrate sense, analyze and automate controls into business models. Some of the firms are known as ‘industrial Internet’ and have estimated gains of USD 10 to15 trillion to global GDP over the next 20 years.

M2M applications can be directed toward individuals, software development companies, communities, and organizations in public and private sectors.M2M applications are directly involved in the interaction between professional and private customers and end-users, covering, for example, fleet management, vending automatons, smart meters, medical equipment, and solar panels. The global number of cellular M2M connections will increase from 596 million last year to reach 1.6 billion by 2024.

The main idea behind Industrial IoT is that of making machines smarter and more efficient than humans at making decisions. This does rely on accurately, consistently capturing, and communicating data. Web development Companies within the market are now developing leading-edge sensors that make highly accurate measurements. This data can be coupled with real-time analytics that can explain how well machines are performing.

 

eSIM technology will play a vital role in key sectors including automotive, smart cities, and agriculture.

Manufacturing enterprises tend to have large volumes of industrial equipment, all of which need maintenance. For existing deployments, Industrial IoT enables improvements in decisions around manufacturing processes based on the availability of more accurate data. It can also be used to improve production quality and uptime, as the data gathered from devices and sensors on the network enables real-time and predictive maintenance across the estate.

Advantage of the M2M IoT sector

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Cellular IoT enables operators the ability to provide scalable solutions to businesses for a wider range of devices. When it comes to information technology vs operational technology, there is currently a lack of best practices established. However, it is worth using some of the standard operating procedures for IT security around Industrial IoT management systems as this approach provides a head start to securing networks. These management tools should be treated as though they are attack vectors in order to keep networks secure. There are eight elements of security required at the edge of an Industrial IoT system, to ensure that the whole system remains protected against attacks like Authentication, Encryption, Transmission, Tamper protection, Data storage, Over the air software upgrade, Segmentation, Multi-layering.        

 

Optimised warehouses will need fewer human workers to handle the same amount of orders. The Baxter Research Robot is an open-source platform enabling researchers to customise a range of applications for robots and drive robotics innovation.

 

Autonomous machines and the use of big data are increasingly present in agriculture. Robots can now sort plants based on optical recognition, harvest lettuce, and recognize rotten apples. Tractors are being used today that steer themselves and only need minimal operator intervention to spray fields as they use algorithms to vary the spraying of pesticide and fertilizer based on yield data from previous years. Combine harvesters are also able to operate semi-autonomously or work together with a lead-harvester. Sensor-equipped machinery can independently improve working processes and inject real-time data on Internet platforms during the working process.

 

There are some more live example of production for it

IoT and the “next production revolution”

Digital Health Feedback System and Anonymised Big Data Analytics

Energy provision: smart meters and smart grids

Smart-city projects in Denmark

Using their existing network infrastructure, operators can offer businesses a ready to use plug and play solution.

Find out how operators can take advantage of cellular IoT for businesses from a leader and one of only 6 to be certified by the GSMA as a full eSIM provider.

 

Count Miler is a professional digital content creator having years of experience working for many different industries and recently working fora leading web design Dubai company Digital Gravity. In his free time, He loves to watch movies, read books, and play console games.