Big Data in Manufacturing: BDA and IoT Can Optimize Production Lines and the Bottom Line—but Much of the Industry Isn’t There Yet

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Even if predictive maintenance were to become widespread in the manufacturing vertical, it would impact only one area of a manufacturer’s operations. BDA has the potential to leverage data collected through IoT—and almost 40 other areas—to do much more for manufacturing companies, in almost every corner of the enterprise. This report analyzes what manufacturers are doing with BDA and IoT; identifies areas where they should be doing more; and assesses the financial impacts.

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Big Data in Manufacturing: BDA and IoT Can Optimize Production Lines and the Bottom Line—but Much of the Industry Isn’t There YetBDA 4-11Executive SummaryIntroductionPrerequisites to Predictive Maintenance: BDA and IoTThe Tip of the Spear: Optimizing ProductionOptimizing the Manufacturing EnterpriseCase Study Briefs: Real-world BenefitsWhat Is Slowing Adoption?What Manufacturers Should Do NowStratecast - The Last WordAPPENDIX: Featured ProvidersAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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