49 listings. While the consumer IoT gets all the buzz, the 4th Industrial Revolution will be where the IoT has the greatest impact. Also called Industrie 4.0.
Boulder, CO. Provides wireless Machine to Machine (M2M) solutions that deliver reliable access to data for leading companies in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) markets.
San Francisco, CA. The company's flagship edge-to-cloud solution, Sensor Fabric, gathers, compiles and analyzes streams of live location and telemetry data from a broad range of diverse enterprise operations.
Hasselt, Bel. Delivers operational intelligence through big data search and predictive analytics for industrial process data, enabling operators to search for trends in a web client without the support of a data scientist.
Red Lion Controls
York, PA. Offers automation, Ethernet and cellular M2M technology that enables companies worldwide to gain real-time data visibility to drive productivity. Brands include Red Lion, N-Tron and Sixnet.
Crystal River, FL. B-Scada (for "Beyond SCADA") provides software and hardware solutions for the monitoring and analysis of real time data in the SCADA, IoT, Smart City markets. The company's solutions are deployed both onsite and in a cloud-hosted, SaaS model.
Wilmington, DE. Focusing on remote monitoring and control of critical assets, this publicly traded ($ACFN) holding company has OmniMetrix and DSIT Solutions Ltd. in its portfolio. The company sold the assets of its GridSense subsidiary to Franklin Electric in 2016.
Smart Industry Forum
Odense, Dnk. An informal, non-profit network supported by complementary partners from the industrial, scientific and political community. The organization hosts an annual industry summit.
San Jose, CA. Providing logistics and material handling applications, fetch offers "freight," an autonomous mobile robot, and "fetchcore," a turnkey robotic solution.
Mountain View, CA. The company's "edge intelligence" solution hosts high performance processing, analytics, and heterogeneous applications closer to control systems and physical sensors.
Combines low cost sensor devices with a predictive data analytics platform to reduce logistics costs for pickup or delivery businesses with data on which containers need servicing.
Melbourne, VIC. An Industrial Design agency for The Internet of Things for the world's biggest brands; designing, prototyping and manufacturing connected products and IoT experiences.
Gorinchem, Nld. A vendor- and product-independent worldwide association founded in 1992 resolving topics related to control programming to support the use of international standards in this field.
Reston, VA. The Organization for Machine Automation and Control helps manufacturers and suppliers work together to identify new and innovative ways to increase the effectiveness of their production operations.
Houston, TX. A full service platform and solution provider for all Industrial Internet of Things needs. Products include the Foundation IoT Platform and RightSensor Hardware.
Minneapolis, MN. The North American subsidiary of SICK AG, the company is a manufacturer of factory, logistics and process automation technology worldwide. SICK's product portfolio includes industrial sensors, safety solutions, automatic identification, vision, encoders and more.
San Francisco, CA. Offers WasteOS, a dynamic routing system built exclusively for the waste industry, in addition to rugged sensors and software to monitor and manage waste, containers and collection trucks.
Scottsdale, AZ. Responsible for an interoperability standard for the secure and reliable exchange of data in the industrial automation space and in other industries. The standard, first released in 1996, defines the interface between Clients and Servers, as well as Servers and Servers, including real-time data access, event monitoring, historical data access, and other applications.
Boston, MA. Launched in 2014, Analytika extends Big Data analytics capabilities for the physical world to manufacturing process management, industrial IoT and building management.
Surrey, UK. A consortium and a standard for driving secure and interoperable Internet of Things for Industry. HyperCat is built on web standards HTTPS, REST/HATEOAS and JSON. The Hypercat Consortium is funded by InnovateUK.
Murray, UT. Provides of wireless sensing and monitoring solutions, including Cellular Gateways, Ethernet Gateways, Temperature Sensors, Humidity Sensors, Water Sensors, Monitoring Software and more.
Munich, Deu. KONUX's patented optoelectronic measurement sensors help enable customers to intelligently network their equipment and take part in the Industrial IoT and beyond to Industry 4.0.
Smart Industry Conference and Expo
Organized by Putman Media. Brings together companies and individuals formulating strategy, building business cases and piloting IIoT applications.
Ottawa, IL. Formerly B&B Electronics, the company provides intelligent connectivity solutions for wireless and wired networks. B+B offers an IoT Edge Processing Architecture and is the proponent of a Connected Intelligence Global Partner Ecosystem. Starting at the network edge, the ecosystem will collect, manage and analyze the data generated by billions of sensors.
Boston, MA. Produces collaborative robots that adapt to real-world variability and are agile enough to change applications quickly. The company introduced Baxter in 2012 and Sawyer in 2015.
Toronto, Ont. Entrepreneurial Venture Capitalists Investing in the Industrial Internet of Things. Co-founded by Scott MacDonald & Whitney Rockley. Organizes the annual IIoT Symposium.
Industrial Internet Consortium
A global nonprofit partnership of industry, government and academia, the IIC seeks to drive innovation through the creation of new industry use cases and testbeds for real-world applications.
An open source, Arduino-compatible, wireless hardware platform designed to enable makers to quickly build mesh networks. The company changed its focus exclusively on the industrial internet market in 2015.
The Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team works to reduce risks within and across all critical infrastructure sectors, issuing alerts and newsletters.
San Juan Capistrano, CA. The "Incubator for the Industrial Internet," or I3, is a partnership between GE and Frost Data Capital. The strategic markets for investment are Industrial, Healthcare and Foundation.
Needham, MA. Delivers transformational technology solutions to manufacturing companies worldwide, with a focus on IoT. Parent company of ThingWorx. NASDAQ: PMTC
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