Internet of Things

Putting IoT to work in the manufacturing industry

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Swedish Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology, one of the world’s largest mining machine equipment manufacturers, is reinventing how their customers effectively analyze, learn and communicate through their assets – even thousands of feet below the surface.

But how are they even doing that? Sandvik uses IoT data and predictive insights to keep assets operating at peak efficiency while at the same time securing smarter and safer operations.

Watch the video below to learn more about IBM and Sandvik’s collaboration:

What you have just seen is only one out of many options for businesses to develop their operations with the use of IoT-technology.  If you want to learn more about the endless opourtunities, check out Watson Internet of Things and start your journey to Put Smart to Work.

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Technical Sales for IoT Solutions, IBM Watson IoT

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