It’s becoming more and more common to hear about the Internet of Things (IoT), a proposed development of the internet in which everyday objects have the power to send and receive data through network connectivity. It’s touted to be the next bearer of the industrial revolution following the steam engine, electrical power and computers.
In the industrial gas industry, applying IoT to the production of air separation gases is about to take hold in a serious way. Although cryogenic separation is a mature technology, IoT is expected to contribute to software by means of improving both security servicing and personnel training.
Industrial plants can apply IoT to simulation technology, which is used to discover problems in equipment and systems in advance by applying information collected from ‘soft sensors’ to a unique statistical model.
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