Wireless technology (such as embedded modems and asset tracking) can improve industrial maintenance with the following (included by not limited to) benefits:
Wireless technology is having a greater impact in overcoming inventory management obstacles, right now, with better solutions than the industry has ever before.
Wireless solutions are being leveraged to provide real-time visibility into inventory and shipment status. What’s more, the data it provides helps to automate inventory management to ensure adequate stock levels.
Improved communication helps operators more efficiently coordinate between supply chain partners, act quickly with predictive maintenance and prevent equipment failures. Ultimately, wireless solutions streamline industrial processes and greatly reduce manual errors that can lead to costly downtime.
This may be one of the most dramatically improved areas from wireless connectivity throughout the industrial market. Operators and supply chain managers are now blessed by real-time shipment/inventory tracking with updated inventory level updates, arrival times. Never before have we seen such an ease of enhanced collaboration among supply chain partners.This may be one of the most dramatically improved areas from wireless connectivity throughout the industrial market. Operators and supply chain managers are now blessed by real-time shipment/inventory tracking with updated inventory level updates, arrival times. Never before have we seen such an ease of enhanced collaboration among supply chain partners.
Absolutely! Wireless solutions are being leveraged to improve equipment accountability and reducing loss/theft like never before. What’s more, allowing for remote access control and monitoring of restricted areas is game-changing. In fact, we are currently seeing enhanced collaboration between security officers and personnel to detect and respond to security incidents by streamlining communication for quick and effective response times.
Asset trackers have been growing synonymous with the Industrial Market and its supply chain through real time monitoring and tracking of equipment and assets, improved inventory management, predictive maintenance, reduced downtime, safety improvements and meteoric improvements of leverage-able data.
Some of the clever ways we are seeing our customers and partners streamline employee equipment usage is by leveraging wireless connectivity solutions to track and monitor equipment and automated equipment utilization data. Some companies are improving equipment allocation by identifying usage patterns and demand, adjusting fleets and equipment accordingly. Perhaps among the savviest applications come from enhanced safety protocols being implemented based on data gathered through real-time monitoring and control of hazardous equipment.
Other elements in wireless connectivity solutions in the industrial sector industry come from embedded cellular modems.
Here, we see enabled remote control and automation of industrial processes, including Firmware Over The Air, or FOTA software adjustments in real-time. We are also seeing benefits in real-time data transmission, monitoring capabilities, improved safety by limiting human interactions in hazardous environments, cost savings from reduced need for extensive cabling and of course, seemingly limitless supply chain visibility and collaboration.