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What is the difference between IoT and "Industry 4.0"?

Industry 4.0 is specific to the industry (power plants, ships, etc) and IoT is used to empower this revolution, but not only. Industry 4.0 also refers to BigData and other modern technologies that ...
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What is the difference between IoT and "Industry 4.0"?

Industry 4.0—or originally Industrie 4.0—is a subset of the Internet of Things with some industrial stuff added. The term has been coined by a working group which created a high-tech strategy for the ...
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What is the difference between IoT and "Industry 4.0"?

Industry 4.0 is the latest trend in manufacturing industries to utilize the power of cloud computing over securely connected devices (IoT) and algorithm controlled mechanical systems. Is "Industry ...
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What is the difference between IoT and "Industry 4.0"?

Industry 4.0 is the same that the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), a branch of the Internet of Things, which is dedicated to improve the industry using sensors, actuators, and Smart Objects. As ...
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Looking for a relay that can be controlled from .net web application (via TCP/IP)

There are a lot of devices out there that allow you to control digital I/O over a network. The difference between this and relay control is very little as you can very easily add a Solid State Relay ...
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Looking for a relay that can be controlled from .net web application (via TCP/IP)

Industrial Grade and Easily Scalable If you want an industry grade device that's not targeted to be sold to home/private customers, then check out the eWon products. In particular I can vouch for the ...
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What to choose: 2G, 3G, 4G, LTE Cat-M

LoRaWAN You might consider LoRaWAN. In Belgium & The Netherlands LoRaWAN coverage is pretty good in populated areas; both free and for a fee. Traditional cellular providers in a number of Western ...
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Looking for a relay that can be controlled from .net web application (via TCP/IP)

What you are looking for is a thing like electrical light switch. It has basically all you need and there are many product families to pick from. If your action is to short circuit this would be ...
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Questions about MQTT max message size

First question: The payload of the message is limited to 268,435,456 bytes (256Mb) (see the Stack Overflow question What is the maximum message length for a MQTT broker?) Your second question doesn'...
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What to choose: 2G, 3G, 4G, LTE Cat-M

Sigfox Sigfox pretends to become a global LPWAN operator using proprietary uplink-only narrow-band LPWAN technology over a subscription-based proprietary network. All data will have to pass Sigfox ...
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Connect Webpage to AWS IoT to Publish Messages

AWS IoT supports MQTT over Websockets which can be used from with in the client side of a web application. You can follow the instructions here for details of how to do the required authentication.
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IoT applications with heavy-load wireless communications

Your best source of consumer IoT that use/generate large amounts of data is most likely going to be Camera/streaming video devices. Advances in on device motion/person detection mean that even these ...
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Industrial Controller Vs Prototype Controller(Study level Controller)

Industrial controllers are driven by really intense quality requirements. For example, a single controller may be responsible for a bioreactor growing a batch of culture worth $1,000,000USD to a ...
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Looking for a relay that can be controlled from .net web application (via TCP/IP)

I have not used any of the following relays, but based on your problem description one these may serve you needs: Online Device Web Controlled Relays Key Features: Industrial Grade TCP/IP, Web ...
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IoT applications with heavy-load wireless communications

I'm familiar with a product which records information such as direction, speed (RPM), and torque on a device which operates at a high rate of speed. We aggregate data during normal operation, but if ...
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Industrial IoT remote connectivity

I work as a solution engineer at Talend, and I’ve worked on IOT / SCADA integration. While you’ve not supplied much detail, to me this sounds like a data integration problem. If that’s the right ...
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Acquisition of data from non automated old machinery in IIOT

The most common way is to attach external module with MCU or even single board computer , running network stack and proper application to sensors, which are already integrated into your machinery. In ...
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Looking for a relay that can be controlled from .net web application (via TCP/IP)

You might find a switching (rather than dimming) domestic unit along the lines of this LightWave RF Relay. This one is not quite a good fit for your application since it uses 433 MHz OOK (with an ...
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What is the proper IoT architecture using Googles services?

Interesting approach. There are a few things that concern me here. you may hit API limits. See https://developers.google.com/sheets/api/limits I dont know if there's a limit on the number of ...
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Relevance of Industry 4.0 to Automotive software engineering

Not quite sure what you're asking, but it sounds like you're asking whether Industry 4.0 is being adapted for the automotive industry. If I'm misunderstanding you, edit your post to clarify. However,...
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