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Telit strikes IIoT deal with Yokogawa

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Through the collaboration, Yokogawa will be able to provide an end-to-end sensor to cloud solution composed of sensing, control, and cloud-based processing

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Telit and Yokogawa are collaborating on a new architecture for the IIoT
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Yokogawa and Telit are working on a new end-to-end sensor to cloud solution

Telit will contribute three critical components to the Yokogawa IIoT architecture

Telit Communications has announced it is collaborating with Yokogawa on a new Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) architecture.

 

The partnership will see the IoT firm provide critical components to industrial automation and control specialist Yokogawa to ready its business model for a connected future.

 

By combining Telit’s technological portfolio of communication modules, sensor onboarding, and device management capabilities with Yokogawa’s experience in providing devices, analytical instruments, and other industrial solutions, the company said it will be able to create new value for its customers.

 

“For its 100th anniversary in 2015, Yokogawa came up with ‘Co-innovating tomorrow’ as its new corporate brand slogan,” said Tsuyoshi Abe, vice president and head of marketing headquarters, Yokogawa.

 

“Accordingly, we are making efforts to develop new solutions and create new value in collaboration with our customers and partners. Telit’s expertise in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) segment combined with [its] outstanding portfolio of Internet of Things technology will allow us to accelerate our development of services.”

 

Telit will contribute three critical components to the Yokogawa IIoT architecture: a portfolio of wireless IoT communication modules whose common form factors necessitate only one hardware design per global deployment; a diverse collection of industrial drivers and edge analytics which enable a robust sensor onboarding capability; and powerful connectivity and device management capabilities.

 

“The Internet of Things has a tremendous ability to transform businesses and industries,” added Fred Yentz, CEO of Telit IoT Platforms. “Telit is working with forward-looking and innovative organisations around the world to harness that potential. To that end, I would like to thank Yokogawa for [its] trust in Telit to help drive the spirit of co-innovation into [its] business and the industry.”

 

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