1 min readTo most, the Internet of Things (IoT) means connected watches (apple), step counters [...]
To most, the Internet of Things (IoT) means connected watches (apple), step counters (jawbone) and pet trackers (whistle), but the IoT and its capabilities extend far beyond consumer gadgets. Resource-heavy industries like agriculture, mining, manufacturing and logistics have also begun to apply IoT processes to improve efficiency and boost results. With machines equipped with thousands of sensors, continuously collecting data, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has the potential to transform industries far and wide.
CB-Insights, tracks the world’s most promising companies to generate industry leading reports and IoT ‘hot maps’. This year, mnubo is honoured to announce its position on the IoT map – “The Industrial IoT: 56 Startups Transforming Factory Floors, Oil Fields, And Supply Chains”
Up until now, the Gorillas (GE, IBM, Microsoft) have been occupying the IIoT spotlight, but CB-Insights’ reports and maps shed light on the new players dominating the space!
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