Internet of Things

Make your processes more efficient and gain new insights with Internet of Things

The term Internet of Things (IoT) stands for connecting devices so that they mutually share information. One of the industries in which IoT technology is growing the fastest is manufacturing and logistics. In a factory, this means that machines, machine parts, manufactured products and semi-finished goods are wirelessly connected to a network.

Sensors can detect and even predict mechanical problems to keep everything running smoothly. They can also collect and analyze operational data to find the workflows and processes that are fastest and most efficient.

The biggest advantages?

  • IoT helps you improve your organization in a smart way. Through placed sensors, organizations receive real-time data on which to drive their business.
  • Increased productivity and efficiency of business operations: faster action can be taken if something goes wrong.
  • Connecting the physical world easily and seamlessly with the digital world.
  • Connected assets and preventive and predictive maintenance.
  • More attention to sustainability: smart devices can monitor our living environment and, for example, warn if there is danger from certain (toxic) substances.

So IoT is not a hype that will blow over, but a trend that will play a major role in the market, supply chain and your organization. It is also called the fourth wave of the industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0.

Deploy IoT with Quinso

At Quinso, we embrace progress and encourage our customers to do the same. By deploying IoT, for example, you can create a direct connection between the machines on your shop floor and the operational (ERP) systems within your organization. It allows you to make information about orders, materials, equipment status, costs and production quality available so you can make the right decisions. SAP S/4HANA is SAP’s latest-generation ERP business suite and uses this technology. This allows you to connect processes and integrate your business to the digital world.

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Joos van den Wittenboer

Principal Consultant

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