IoT Platform Set To Digitize Machine Assets

Parker Hannifin’s Voice of the Machine IoT platform is described as an open, interoperable and scalable ecosystem of connected products and services. The platform addresses challenges that prevent operators from fully leveraging the IoT to improve safety and prevent unplanned downtime and high maintenance costs across their industrial applications.  Some of these challenges include legacy devices that are not IoT-enabled, an absence of component-level insights, and competing communication protocols used by various suppliers. The company uses a center-led approach and adopts a common set of IoT standards and best practices for use across all its operating groups and technologies. Every connected product uses the same repository of digital services with an exchange-based platform architecture, designed by software experts at Exosite. The Exosite IoT architecture makes it easy to deploy a diverse set of connected solutions leveraging that same set of digital services and to integrate Parker solutions with other partner platforms. Learn more at

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