Transform Manufacturing with the Internet of Things
Increase efficiency. Lower costs.
Secure 35T GB of data
- By 20202
30 billion devices
35 trillion GB of data
How will the connected factory be secured?
- Rapidly evolving cyber threats are snuffed thanks to Siemens’ managed security service, powered by McAfee, a division of Intel Security.
Avoid costly downtime
- 70% of enterprises4 say
key IoT benefits are
supply chain visibility
- Find security threats and manufacturing glitches early in the connected factory, and reduce development time. See how Intel uses big data to do all these things and more.
Ignite a $2.3T opportunity
- By 2025
80% to 100% of manufacturing
could be using IoT applications
Economic impact: $900B to $2.3T per year5
- Intel® Gateway Solutions for the Internet of Things helped Daikin Applied deploy an end-to-end HVAC equipment solution for real-time performance and remote diagnostics.
Optimize the intelligent factory
- Baosight’s "System of systems" connectivity
Saves 60% dev time
Saves 50% dev costs
- Baosight launched a secure, virtualized solution using the Intel® Industrial Solutions System Consolidation Series for better uptime, efficiency, and yield.
Trust your data
- Data-driven decision making
can reap 6% higher productivity gains when data is
trusted and secured6
- Commercial trucks are more efficient thanks to Vnomics’s use of Intel® Atom processors and hundreds of truck sensors generating real-time, secure vehicle diagnostics.
- System consolidation in the connected factory can reduce the cost and complexity of industrial automation
- Simplify development and accelerate time to market7 with Dell PowerEdge* VRTX and Intel® Virtualization Technology, for an easy-to-use, integrated system.
Extract data value
Advances in wireless networking
enable data to be
collected from sensors
almost anywhere at any time
- In a harsh marine environment, Moxa’s computers, based on Intel® architecture, perform mission-critical operations based on real-time data collected from remote sensors.
Deliver new services
Infrastructure + environmental data
provide situational awareness
of real-time events
supporting end-to-end solutions in the connected factory
- Pecan Street uses Intel® Xeon® processors to analyze customer usage and environmental data, tap into energy usage trends, and advance smart grid technologies.
Secure connected devices
The number of
has grown by ~300%8
in recent years
- McAfee has teamed up with Siemens, S&C Electric Company, NEC, and more to offer solutions that keep your data safe. See how Intel and McAfee secure industrial systems.
Scalable, end-to-end solutions in the connected factory
can reliably capture, manage,
and analyze data
- Ready for intelligent connected devices? The Intel® Quark X1000 SoC series is a low-power, small-size SoC ideal for industrial, automotive, and wearable devices.
- "Embracing the Internet of Everything to Capture Your Share of $14.4 Trillion," pg. 7, 2013: http://www.cisco.com/web/about/ac79/docs/innov/IoE_Economy.pdf
- "More Than 30 Billion Devices Will Wirelessly Connect to the Internet of Everything in 2020": https://www.abiresearch.com/press/more-than-30-billion-devices-will-wirelessly-conne
- "Big Data, Small Footprint": http://www.bestcomputerscienceschools.net/big-data/
- "Forrester Consulting: 2012 Enterprise Internet of Things Adoption Outlook"
- "Disruptive technologies: Advances that will transform life, business, and the global economy," pg. 56, 2013: http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/business_technology/disruptive_technologies
- Erik Brynjolfsson, Lorin M., Hitt and Heekyung Hellen Kim, "Strength in numbers: How does data-driven decision making affect firm performance?," (ICIS Proceedings, Paper 13, 2011)
- "Using virtualization to differentiate industrial products," Dell whitepaper, 2014
- McKinsey & Company, May 2013