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The Internet of Really Old Things IORoT: Manufacturing Technology Insights

What is IORoT?

The "Internet of Really Old Things" (IoROT) is a groundbreaking concept in the realm of manufacturing automation, coined by Ashe Menon and their team. IoROT, similar to the Internet of Things (IoT) accounts for the nature of making industry 4.0 accessible on legacy and outdated technology into modern automation platforms. It revolutionizes traditional manufacturing processes, extending the life and value of older machines while saving businesses time and money.

The core idea behind IoROT is to leverage the vast array of existing machinery and equipment. We have added equipment from the 1940s to our platform and are capable of doing the same for other legacy machines, connecting them to the Internet for modern communication protocols. This connectivity allows for real-time monitoring, data collection, and remote access of these older machines, transforming them into Internet-ready intelligent components of the manufacturing process.

Auredia continues to actively develop IoROT, identifying legacy equipment with potential for integration, assessing their functionality and compatibility with modern automation systems, and designing protocols for seamless connectivity and interoperability.

Through IoROT, manufacturers can extend the lifespan of their existing assets, avoid costly replacements, and enhance overall efficiency and productivity. By bridging the gap between the old and the new, IoROT represents a paradigm shift in manufacturing automation, unlocking new possibilities for innovation and sustainability in the industry.

For an in-depth discussion on the IORoT with our founder, Ashe Menon, please read this article published in Manufacturing Technology Insights.


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