Taking condition monitoring and predictive maintenance to the cloud

July 28, 2015
IBM and National Instruments create testbed for the IoT.

A new collaboration between IBM and National Instruments (NI) has yielded the industry’s first condition monitoring and predictive maintenance testbed for the Internet of Things (loT).

The IBM cloud-based environment combines National Instruments' monitoring and data acquisition capabilities with IBM’s analytics tools to help organizations across industries better monitor complex automation devices, predict failures and help reduce maintenance costs.

To learn more about IoT, read “IBM, NI create condition monitoring and predictive maintenance testbed for the loT” from Control Design.

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