ARTICLES — October 21, 2020

Artificial Intelligence of Things and Its Advantages for Your Enterprise

The Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are dominating the technology industry. For industrial automation, these two technologies are much more than just a trending topic: the convergence of AI and IoT will redefine the future of industrial automation, and it is set to lead the Industry 4.0 revolution.

IoT and AI are two independent technologies that have a significant impact on multiple industries. While IoT is the main system, AI acts as the brain that makes decisions that control the overall system. This combination of IoT and AI brings us AIoT—Artificial Intelligence of Things—that delivers a more intelligent connected system.

From real-time data analytics to supply-chain sensors, smart devices help prevent costly errors in industry and increase productivity. Having an intertwined relationship between IoT and AI will help enterprises move to the next level. Let’s take a look at the benefits of AIoT for business.

Intelligent Business Decisions

The data collected from a huge number of IoT devices is so massive it makes it challenging to categorize and extract useful information from it. To organize these unstructured data into meaningful and useful insights, AI-based algorithms are used to eliminate junk data and leverage any business model.

Enhanced Operational Efficiency

Smart automation enables enterprises to streamline their operational processes. For example, in office buildings, smart environmental sensors provide data on how many people are safe inside the premises. The integration of human facial recognition software and other biometric access devices all facilitate remote monitoring of the physical security of office buildings.

Better Customer Experience

With AIoT, you can understand your customer’s behavior and their challenges more precisely. In the retail industry, for example, AIoT collects inventory data such as which aisle needs re-filling fast or where goods are fast-moving, and which aisle has seen no customer visits at all. Using the collected data, they are now able to predict the customer’s habits more accurately and make it a more personalized experience.

Identify Cost Savings Earlier

Early access to the data allows a business to identify cost savings without sacrificing productivity. By identifying cost drivers, an enterprise can implement changes that lower expenses. AI and IoT technologies empower leaders to reduce unnecessary spending and to optimize business procedures.

AIoT has wide use cases across industries, and it is purely dependent upon your goals to utilize them perfectly to increase your overall productivity. There will be challenges along the way, but the benefits of implementing IoT and AI will outweigh them. Visit https://telkomseliot.com and decide the right IoT and AI technology to get more benefits from rich and insightful data.

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