Industrial IoT

Make the most out of your industrial devices

There are more and more companies from various branches focusing on connecting their devices.

"During the second quarter of 2016, global Industrial IoT investments amounted to about 300 million U.S. dollars."

Global quarterly Industrial Internet of Things financing

What is IIoT?

IIoT refers to an IoT version that is applied in the industrial area. The industrial IoT can be used in diverse fields: farming, manufacturing, healthcare, energy supply, etc.

In terms of technology, industrial IoT and IoT for private use have a lot in common. Unlike the traditional IoT, e.g. smart home devices or wearables, the industrial IoT has another focus and goals: flexibilization of production and improvement of operational processes.

Key IIoT features

  • Reliability
  • Easy extensibility and scalability
  • Longevity
  • Security for data and communication channels
  • Individuality
  • Integration with other IT systems, incl. IoT solutions

How does IIoT work?

The focal point of IIoT is data.  In order to make critical decisions based on data information, companies first have to gather and collect data from various devices before it can be converted into a valuable business information:



Connecting sensors and software with complex machinery


Real-time data collection and processing


Remote data analysis, operational efficiency improvement


IIoT covers a connection between a great number of industrial devices and machines. Hence, everything can be managed remotely. Information flow is absolutely mobile. Due to audio and video streaming extensive data are used for diagnostic purposes.  All this provides companies with a range of competitive advantages.

  • Connectivity improvement
  • Efficiency increase
  • Time and cost savings

IIoT fields of application

  • Transport vehicles (trains, cars, ships, airplanes)
  • Manufacturing
  • Farming
  • Energy supply and resource extraction
  • Healthcare
  • Insurance
  • Telecom 

Qulix services

Qulix provides you with flexible and individual solutions, incl. software programmability, real-time data analysis and any-to-any connectivity meeting all the security requirements for IIoT systems.

IIoT applications include:

  • Motion Control
    Industrial motor controllers calculating and generating the output instructions for a required motion path or trajectory.
  • Machine-to-Machine
    Wireless communication between various devices to optimize processes and reduce operational costs.
  • Smart Grid
    Connection and management of electricity generators, electrical loads and power supply operation to secure efficient energy supply.
  • Predictive protection
    Detecting imminent machine downtime and unforeseen failure at an early stage.
  • Smart Medical Systems
    Real-time video and voxel analytics of patient’s internal tissues, bones, organs.
  • Big Data Analytics 
    Real-time data processing and analytics.