The devices that form ‘the Internet of Things’ (IoT) are ideal for making the most of data analysis. These devices contain chips, cameras, sensors and many other components that receive and collect huge amounts of valuable data.
In times as ambiguous as these, having access to data and knowing how to filter and analyse it is key to making good decisions and minimising the risk of each action.
Recent years have been marked by the rise of cloud technology; a global network of remote services that operates as a unique ecosystem, generally associated with the Internet.
Industry 4.0 is the fusion of the real world with the virtual world. This digital revolution is marked by technology that takes advantage of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to nurture automatic learning systems.
Artificial intelligence has brought about a change in the pattern of the operation of industry, driven by a new form
Digitalisation and the growing network of industrial machines and systems mean an increased risk of cyber attacks on companies and
AI (Artificial Intelligence) and ML (Machine Learning) can offer organisations breakthroughs in their production systems and even a competitive advantage