IoT has permeated nearly every industry as businesses seek better access and insights into data and operations. But not all IoT devices are well suited for the rugged and sometimes harsh environments they are needed in—both outdoor and indoor. For example, a business that wants to deploy an IoT device in the field to monitor assets and detect anomalies must consider factors like the range of weather conditions and temperatures that the device may encounter.
Fortunately, recent advancements in technology have made it easier to develop ruggedized industrial IoT devices that can reliably and efficiently operate in harsh environments. In this podcast, we will explore the recent advancements that have made rugged IoT a reality, the types of environmental concerns and risks that these devices must withstand, and the best approach for implementing rugged IoT devices in the field.
Join us as we explore these ideas with:
Jason Lu, Product Manager, ASUS
David Zhu-Grant, Senior Product Manager, OnLogic
Chad Hutchinson, Vice President of Engineering, Crystal Group
Christina Cardoza, Editorial Director, insight.tech
Jason, David, and Chad answer our questions about:
The importance of rugged IoT Deployment challenges for harsh, outdoor environments Deployment challenges for indoor environments Overcoming rugged IoT deployment challenges Implementing rugged IoT devices Choosing scalable and future-proofed rugged IoT devices Use cases and real-world examples Leveraging partnerships to create better rugged IoT solutions Related Content For the latest innovations from ASUS, OnLogic, and Crystal Group, follow them on:
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