With the scene cut in, the overall structure of the industrial Internet of Things is clearer

- Mar 19, 2019-

In the Industrial IoT reference, Intel is driven by scenario. Zhang Yu explained, first, the scene guarantees the fit with the end customer; secondly, from the scene, many technical points (such as: machine vision, AI, edge computing, embedded computer, HMI, industrial monitor, industrial IoT platform) have a place, user Know what problems you have to solve in the end. The upstream and downstream of the entire industry chain can discuss how to do equipment management, performance monitoring, yield improvement, quality process control, etc. After the concept is clear, algorithms, computing platforms, and hardware systems are easier to make. With the side cloud collaborative architecture, it is easy to have a very effective dialogue with the industrial IoT platform providers. Everyone uses the scenario as a common concern to build a holistic approach. During the construction and landing process, everyone is very clear about their scope of work. Naturally, the value sharing will be clearer and ultimately achieve a win-win situation.

In addition to the scenario-driven, Zhang Yu believes that service providers should explore these solutions more transparently and openly, with customer value as the ultimate driver. To do this, other problems have a basis to solve. In addition, to build an ecosystem, whether it is the industrial Internet of Things or the industrial Internet, it is inseparable from the ecosystem to develop. Intel has done a lot of work on ecological construction. There is the Industrial Internet Alliance (IIC) abroad. Intel is one of the sponsors. In China, Intel also participated in the construction of AI and Edge Computing Industry Alliance (ECC). Through the alliance, the upstream chip manufacturers, board manufacturers, midstream and downstream partners are integrated on one platform, and some common problems are discussed together to make a common solution. In the process of doing the solution, interconnection can be realized. Interoperability, integration, etc., enable these solutions to land faster in actual production.