2021 State of IoT Adoption: Manufacturing


How is IoT being adopted in the Manufacturing market?

In a new study, 500 senior decision-makers and implementers of IoT were surveyed from the UK and the US, including 100 participants from each of the following markets: Manufacturing, Healthcare and Medical Devices, Supply Chain and Logistics, EV Charging and Smart Grid, and Smart Vending.

Discover market-specific insights in this free research report, including:

  • Findings about the impact of COVID-19 on IoT and IIoT
  • Key challenges
  • Top benefits delivered by IoT initiatives
  • The main current and future technology drivers
  • Budget plans: respondents share financial forecasts
  • Case studies – the stories of the Fassi Gru Internet of Cranes® system and the Martin Engineering IoT-enabled bulk material handling solution
  • Research recommendations to ensure IoT success

How are IoT projects progressing across different market sectors?

In the 2021 State of IoT Adoption report, you will hear from 500 senior decision-makers on the state of IoT in their enterprise and crucially the barriers that have stopped 77% of projects from being classed as a complete success. Discover vertical market findings from: Smart Vending, Healthcare and Medical Devices, Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Logistics, and EV Charging and Smart Grid.

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Case Study

A leading manufacturer of articulated and hydraulic cranes, Fassi Gru S.p.A. has customers all over the globe and the ability to produce 12,000 cranes on average per year. As a pioneer in its sector, it has always sought to create innovative services to support operators.

Fassi began developing a unique system – called the Internet of Cranes (IoC) – that would take advantage of IoT technology to provide intelligent control for the remote management of cranes, by making all information related to the operation, performance and status available in real-time.

The manufacturer sought a ubiquitous connectivity solution and a comprehensive localisation strategy that would reliably provide its customers with real-time remote access to data on their cranes, wherever in the world they were deployed.

Working in partnership with IoT solutions provider Micro Systems, Eseye helped Fassi Gru S.p.A. to design, develop and deploy its Internet of Cranes system. Eseye’s AnyNet SIM cards deliver the seamless universal cellular connectivity required to operate Fassi’s Internet of Cranes® (IoC) system to its full potential, through a single device.

Combining localisation and roaming partners, Eseye has access to over 700+ networks and holds roaming contracts with all of the world’s major mobile phone operators covering 190 countries.

Together our connectivity and hardware expertise have optimised operations across the entire fleet, allowing Fassi Gru S.p.A. to truly go global. It’s an easy, zero-touch operation for the end customer who simply activate the SIM to get going.

Fassi Gru has improved uptime – remote access to data supports rapid diagnosis and assistance. Now with detailed usage statistics, operators have optimised operation and efficiency, and it has opened up new opportunities for predictive maintenance.

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