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Fog in the Smart Factory: Optimizing Production for Perishable Goods Manufacturing
by Ken Hatano
In this article, Ken Hatano offers a case study of how fog computing “can reduce waste, improve product quality and consistency, and create a digital twin of difficult-to-replicate processes,” using the hypothetical example of a craft brewery. Fog helps optimize operations in food and beverage manufacturing and is a key enabling factor in smart factories, allowing systems in those factories to connect with external systems, while mitigating connectivity and security concerns.
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Fog in the Smart Factory: Optimizing Production for Perishable Goods Manufacturing is one of five articles in the report, Fog/Edge Computing: Opportunities, Case Studies, Challenges. Order this report and SAVE 20% with Code FE20.
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