The fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us.  Are you ready?

“When we talk about the Internet of Things, it’s not just putting RFID tags on some dumb thing so we smart people know where that dumb thing is. It’s about embedding intelligence so things become smarter and do more than they were proposed to do.”

Nicholas Negroponte, MIT MediaLab

IIoT and AgriFoods

The world needs to produce 70% more food by 2050, while addressing the pressure that climate change will place on arable resources. Food safety and tracebility are growing issues. IIoT can help.

IIoT and Waste Water Management

A growing global population will create more waste water, and existing centralized, capital-intensive solutions are no longer affordable.  Smaller, distributed solutions enabled through IIoT are the future.

IIoT and Oil & Gas

As the world decarbonizes to address climate change, we need to realize that responsible production of Oil & Gas will continue for decades, not just for use as energy, but also as feedstock to materials we use everyday.  IIoT can help streamline production operations.

“The Internet of Things can be broken down into some simple business activities enabled through technology: Sense, Communicate, Analyze, Decide, Actuate.  This re-imagination of SCADA for the 21st Century is most visible with consumer solutions, but most revolutionary with industrial solutions”

James Freeman, President, Valentis International