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Industrial internet of things (IIoT) resources and solutions

Intelligent equipment is becoming more and more common in the industry, and with it comes a new way of determining asset health. As the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) interconnects equipment with technology and applications, it creates a better exchange of information between the physical world and the digital. These resources and solutions provide IIOT best practices, examples, and how-tos to help you keep up with today’s technology as you work to keep the world up and running.

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All IIoT articles

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CASE STUDY: Parts manufacturer leverages Fluke sensors to launch IIoT-powered asset monitoring

Manufacturing supplier Standard Industrial reduced excess energy consumption, avoided unplanned downtime, decreased production gaps by using Fluke 3561 FC Vibration Sensors.

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Top 5 benefits of Connected Reliability

Top 5 benefits of Connected Reliability

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Building a Machine Health Monitoring Matrix

Baseline and trend your machine health monitoring in one place to analyze and troubleshoot issues quickly and efficiently.

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Why Connected Reliability?

Why Connected Reliability?

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What is the safest way to work in the danger zone? Don’t.

According to the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Recommended Practices for Health and Safety Programs, a 50-person plant typically can increase productivity by 13% and save more than $265,000 in faulty products by implementing a rigorous safety and health program.

All IIoT articles

Article

CASE STUDY: Parts manufacturer leverages Fluke sensors to launch IIoT-powered asset monitoring

Manufacturing supplier Standard Industrial reduced excess energy consumption, avoided unplanned downtime, decreased production gaps by using Fluke 3561 FC Vibration Sensors.

Article

Top 5 benefits of Connected Reliability

Top 5 benefits of Connected Reliability

Article

Building a Machine Health Monitoring Matrix

Baseline and trend your machine health monitoring in one place to analyze and troubleshoot issues quickly and efficiently.

Article

Why Connected Reliability?

Why Connected Reliability?

Article

What is the safest way to work in the danger zone? Don’t.

According to the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Recommended Practices for Health and Safety Programs, a 50-person plant typically can increase productivity by 13% and save more than $265,000 in faulty products by implementing a rigorous safety and health program.

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5 tips for a successful IIoT program

Article

Why Connected Reliability?

Why Connected Reliability?

Article

Top 5 benefits of Connected Reliability

Top 5 benefits of Connected Reliability

Article

Building a Machine Health Monitoring Matrix

Baseline and trend your machine health monitoring in one place to analyze and troubleshoot issues quickly and efficiently.

Article

What is the safest way to work in the danger zone? Don’t.

According to the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Recommended Practices for Health and Safety Programs, a 50-person plant typically can increase productivity by 13% and save more than $265,000 in faulty products by implementing a rigorous safety and health program.

Article

CASE STUDY: Parts manufacturer leverages Fluke sensors to launch IIoT-powered asset monitoring

Manufacturing supplier Standard Industrial reduced excess energy consumption, avoided unplanned downtime, decreased production gaps by using Fluke 3561 FC Vibration Sensors.

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Getting real with the Industrial Internet of Things

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT)-the concept of interconnected applications, equipment, and technology- is more than just an abstraction.