Factories have always been living entities where numerous factors can throw a wrench into operations and force change. Of course, technology has long facilitated the process of making productive adjustments, and the primary vehicle today comes in the form of IoT. The internet of things begins with floor sensors collecting data and transmitting to the cloud. Software then interprets the findings and user interface empowers workers to streamline procedures...
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