Why a cloud-based IoT platform is good for business

By Michelle Froese Written by Keri Gunther, IIoT and Computing Division ManagerMoxa
The internet of things (IoT) provides wind-farm operators control to monitor and regulate much of a wind farm’s operation no matter how much distance separates the two. It also enables plant managers and manufacturers to track tools, equipment, and processes in a quick and efficient manner. Data collected by IoT devices supports better decision-making and optimized operations.
The internet of things (IoT) has significantly changed O&M at many wind farms. IoT provides near real-time access to information and data from internet-connected devices, such as turbine sensors and condition-monitoring software. It lets wind-farm operators

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