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The ability to remotely maintain and control assets, buildings and
systems is transforming the way we do business.
White papers 1 Jun 2012
Machine to machine (M2M) communications is one of the most disruptive technologies available to businesses today, and its potential is only just starting to be exploited.
This paper explores how M2M can change how companies manage and maintain widely distributed industrial equipment, resulting in better equipment uptime, dramatically lower servicing costs, and even the ability to offer entirely new commercial and pricing models.
This paper is intended for industrial equipment manufacturers that service the equipment they sell, but it’s also relevant for any organisation that has an extensive estate of equipment to maintain.
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