The Internet of Things (IoT) is driving a new industrial revolution. Every day, millions of increasingly smart and connected devices, data-rich industrial and manufacturing services, and cloud applications are transforming the factory floor by making better use of computing power and data to increase efficiency across assets, operations and the workforce. At Hannover Messe 2016, Intel and its ecosystem partners will showcase new solutions that will accelerate this transformation and help manufacturers realize the value of IoT for a smart future.

WHAT: Multiple edge-to-cloud IoT, Industry 4.0 solutions and demos
WHEN: April 25-29, 2016
WHERE: Intel Booth, Hannover Exhibition Grounds, Hall 8, Booth F09
Hannover, Germany

Intel Demo Overviews:

Predictive Maintenance via Vibration Analytics

Avoid unplanned downtime – vibration data to the cloud via an Intel IoT gateway is analyzed by machine learning algorithms to help predict machine failure.

Functional Safety in Industrial Systems

Prevent physical injury or damage in manufacturing systems with a robotic arm controlled through a virtual machine with safety monitoring software running Wind River VxWorks*.

Software-Defined Industrial Systems Automation by Wind River

Making better use of equipment virtualizing plant control systems results in less physical hardware and allows factories to perform maintenance and upgrades while scaling existing equipment.

Smarter Factories

Smarter factories reference design features three coordinated Altera* Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) operating a delta-robot, RFID reader and a conveyer, connecting to an Intel-based SCADA HMI and the cloud.

Additional Intel Booth Partner Demos

Accenture – Connected Asset Management, a Digital Oil Field

ADLINK/IBM – Self-contained Machine Condition Monitoring for Failure Prediction

DAQRI – Industrial wearable, Smart Helmet

Dell– SAP Smart Factory: IoT Connected Solutions and “Shop Floor in a Box”

General Electric – Predix Platform-as-Service for the Industrial Internet

SAS – Smart Building Analytics – an IoT platform for DR/EE

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