M2M Communication in Manufacturing

Future of Internet of Things in Industrial Automation

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One of the fundamental requirements for the smooth functioning of a manufacturing plant is the presence of machine-to-machine communications (M2M). Industrial plants implement M2M communication networks to control, monitor and automate manufacturing processes. Traditionally, cables and wired technology have been used to connect machines on the plant-floor. However, with the development of technology, the use of wireless technologies is gaining importance. This report describes the types of wired and wireless networks used to enable communication on the plant-floor. It also explains the growing trend towards the development of the Internet of Things in the manufacturing set-up.

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Executive SummaryM2M Technologies are Fundamental to Smart ManufacturingFunctional Benefits of M2M Communications on Different Networks M2M Opportunities to be Developed in Smart ManufacturingTypes of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) CommunicationConnectivity on the Plant-floorConnectivity on the Plant-floor (continued)Connectivity on the Plant-floor (continued)Implementation of Networks on the Plant-floorImplementation of Networks on the Plant-floor (continued)Implementation of Networks on the Plant-floor (continued)Big Data—By-product of M2M ConnectivityChallenges in Network Architecture for a Manufacturing PlantChallenges in Network Architecture for a Manufacturing Plant (continued)Wireless NetworksWireless Networks—Emerging Trend in M2M ConnectivityDrivers for Wireless Networks in ManufacturingDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Restraints for Wireless Networks in ManufacturingRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Wireless WAN—Role of TelcosWireless WAN—Role of Telcos (continued)Market DynamicsMarket DynamicsMarket Dynamics (continued)Market Dynamics (continued)Market Dynamics (continued)Market Dynamics (continued)Internet of Things in Industrial AutomationEstablishing a Smart Manufacturing Plant for the FutureInternet of Things in Industrial Automation Internet of Things in Industrial Automation (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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