The Internet of Things: A technical primer
The Internet of Things connects people, places, and products and, in so doing, it offers opportunities of value creation and capture for a full panoply of stakeholders. Organizations, however, should be careful in focusing on IoT initiatives that solve real business problems and create real business value―not just connecting stuff for the sake of connecting stuff.
Deloitte Review, issue 22: Are you ready for Industry 4.0?
The line between the digital and physical is blurring. From artificial intelligence to cybersecurity to advanced manufacturing, the Fourth Industrial Revolution could fundamentally change how technology interacts with humanity—and our aspirations.
The smart factory: Connected manufacturing
Responsive, adaptive, connected manufacturing
The smart factory represents a leap forward from more traditional automation to a fully connected and flexible system—one that can use a constant stream of data from connected operations and production systems to learn and adapt to new demands.
The digital supply network meets the future of work
People, machines, and a new era of collaboration
For companies looking to implement digital supply networks, the future of work could involve human-machine teaming that creates new, distinct roles for human workers, allowing them to add value based on their own unique strengths.
Industry 4.0 and cybersecurity
The fourth industrial revolution brings a new operational risk for smart manufacturers and digital supply networks: cyber. In the age of Industry 4.0, cybersecurity strategies should be secure, vigilant, and resilient, as well as fully integrated into organizational strategy from the start.
Internet of Things
Putting digital information to work in the world
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Use the interactive graphic to explore our insights on the IoT and how these insights connect to specific industries, business issues, roles, and essential concepts.
Cyber risk in consumer business
As businesses use emerging technologies to redefine the customer experience, they find that these technologies also create perils—especially around cyber risk. From connected devices to intellectual property, consumer businesses discuss the six main cyber risk challenges they face today.