he Internet of Things (IoT) shouldn’t be an idealized cloud—it needs to provide real advantages to users. IoT is already a buzzword in the automation industry, with few other topics receiving as much press. But not many people are aware that, from an automation perspective, IoT is not a revolution, but a gradual evolution over the past few years toward networked components, modules, and machines...
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