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Improving operations with IoT and predictive maintenance

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IBM’s Mary Bunzel recently produced a post on predictive maintenance, stating that over 50% of every dollar spent on maintenance was wasted. We’ve created an easy to reference infographic to help you see what your machines are telling you, and how you can use IoT to listen to them, saving money, and increasing safety and efficiency.

Click on the graphic below, and see how the Internet of Things can help your maintenance schedules.

IoT and preventive maintenance infographic

IoT and preventive maintenance infographic

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