SOLVING THE IOT PUZZLE
At BitFoundry we view the the The Internet of Things (IoT) to be more the INTEGRATION OF THINGS. In context of Industry 4.0 this is about bringing together data from disparate systems under a single platform in order to optimize performance from buildings to factories, to cities and beyond.
Regardless of the type of system implemented, a true IoT solution should be able to offer a single open platform, connecting and intelligently translating data from any device or system without having to replace existing legacy systems.
Most organisations today are faced with this challenge of having to manage a multitude of silo-based control systems and devices throughout their infrastructure and environment, resulting in multiple reporting platforms having to be independently monitored, without benefiting from a holistic view of a single management framework.
Through our partnerships with world leading measurement and control system providers, as well as other strategic technology partners; BitFoundry can enable organisations to provide better resource management, lower costs and improve end to end efficiency across multiple industries and scenarios, such as Building and Home Automation, Data Centres, Security companies and Industrial and agricultural environments.
Our Core Tech 4.0 Focus Areas:
IoT and AI projects typically involve a large number of devices and application programming interfaces (APIs), creating large amounts of data; all of which need to be integrated and assimilated by a technology professional.
This is where BitFoundry is niched as an IoT and AI Integration Service and Solutions Provider. We have an exceptionally skilled team comprising blended resources of Electronics Engineering and Software Development.
“Industry 4.0 optimizes the computerization of Industry 3.0”
“When computers were introduced in Industry 3.0, it was disruptive thanks to the addition of an entirely new technology. Now, and into the future as Industry 4.0 unfolds, computers are connected and communicate with one another to ultimately make decisions without human involvement. A combination of cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things and the Internet of Systems make Industry 4.0 possible and the smart factory a reality. As a result of the support of smart machines that keep getting smarter as they get access to more data, our factories will become more efficient and productive and less wasteful. Ultimately, it’s the network of these machines that are digitally connected with one another and create and share information that results in the true power of Industry 4.0.” – Bernard Marr