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The world of IIoT is one of the most exciting and rapidly expanding tech-based markets in the world. Konektio is constantly looking to collaborate and connect with like-minded thinkers to discuss how we can look beyond simple data creation and meet the real world commercial and environmental challenges that we face every day.
Konektio Joins PTC US Partner Network

Konektio Joins PTC US Partner Network

Chesterfield, UK and Durham, NC — March 10, 2022 — Konektio today announced that it has joined the PTC Partner Network with Sell, Services and OEM engagement models. Konektio helps companies, regardless of industry, meet the challenges of asset monitoring and...

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Get started with Industrial IoT – Remote Monitoring

Companies are leveraging the IoT to digitally transform their business and the results are impressive. But many struggle choosing a place to begin. One proven way to get started is by remotely monitoring machines. This initiative allows manufacturers to quickly...

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Top 6 questions to ask when developing an IoT strategy

The Internet of things (IoT) may present the biggest opportunity to enterprises since the dawn of the Internet age, and perhaps it will be bigger. The IoT encompasses everything: from connected wearable devices, thermostats, automobiles, and home and commercial...

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The building blocks of IoT

IoT is already a reality. Millions of IoT products have been deployed ranging from home temperature control and entertainment to security and industrial control. But this is just the beginning of the new IoT age, with its market projected to grow exponentially over...

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Three ways your company could benefit from asset monitoring

Physical assets – from manufacturing machinery to medical equipment, industrial kit to simple computers – often make up a hugely valuable portion of a company’s overall infrastructure. They’re costly in themselves, expensive and often complicated to repair and...

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From reactive to proactive maintenance with IoT

Once upon a time, industrial maintenance was a primarily reactive business. Maintenance engineers were on hand to respond to problems. Mechanical slowdown? Electrical failure? Production bottleneck? Falling levels of consumables like oils or water? Overheating?...

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