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The Challenge of Powering Industrial IoT Applications

Author: Florian Haas, Director Marketing & PM, Traco Power

The hype around IoT devices nowadays is not surprising. IoT engineering kits and the appropriate technologies for designing IoT prototypes are widely available and affordable for creative technology enthusiasts. Consequently, there are no limits for enabling ideas and possible business models based on these technologies.

Traco PowerAlso in the industrial environment, there has been a rapidly increasing demand for professional IoT applications. Common characteristics include the ability to distribute intelligence by connecting various sensors and actuators with decentralized control. The ability to make them smart is that these sensors and actuators can collect and communicate data and are designed to be managed with intelligence. The market for industrial IoT applications will continue to expand as more applications evolve, including (home) healthcare, infrastructure, utilities, home automation and smart homes, vehicle, mobility and more. These professional IoT trends will undoubtedly involve miniaturization, mobility, robustness, efficiency (degrees of effectiveness) and the networking of electronic devices.


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