The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is the use of intelligent technologies to improve manufacturing and industrial processes. IIoT, more widely known as Industry 4.0, uses data that has been collected for years by machines in industrial environments, e.g. in the cloud, using the power of intelligent machines and real-time analytics.
The spread of applications, especially recently – machine learning, and especially deep neural networks (DNN) have had a huge impact on the growth of commercial applications using AI. Thanks to the ever-increasing performance of computer hardware, DNNs were successfully used over a decade ago…
In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the automation industry. As we enter the era of Industry 4.0, where technology is increasingly integrated into all aspects of production, the implementation of artificial intelligence becomes crucial for companies that want to remain competitive and efficient.
In 2022, there was a lot of talk about the potential of using artificial intelligence (AI) and 5G algorithms to change processes or the way companies operate. In 2023, beyond discussion, the industry is trying to see what these technologies are capable of in practice and how they will change the way we work and live?
The current situation in the world, both geopolitical and economic, has a huge impact on the global supply chains of goods. Capgemini’s research shows that 80% of enterprises have felt the negative impact of the pandemic and the current situation on the Ukraine/Russia line in terms of the delivery of all kinds of goods and international trade.