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Latency can stop production Today, the tools used by operators working on an aircraft’s construction have sensors. Typically, IoT applications deploy sensors at the so-called edge, onto physical devices, which then feed data back to a centralised control and feedback system, which acts like a supervisor. Boria says: “If you consider network communications, your IoT application may work in a proof of concept, but then you need to scale on the factory floor.” This is where problems are discovered, he says. “If you have infinite bandwidth, then you can have thin clients and a strong back-end,” says Boria. “But real life on the factory floor is clearly different You cannot stop production due to network disconnection or an issue with Active Directory. We need to avoid these issues.”
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