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IIoT stands for Industrial Internet of Things, connecting ‘things’ to the internet, and it’s a key element of Industry 4.0, the revolution driving the creation of smart factories around the world. IIoT and IoT (Internet of Things) represent a new era of technology, transforming just about everything.

We help customers to realise a larger volume of valuable insights, which can be acted upon, using data created by combining machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, industrial big data analytics, technology, cyber security, HMI and SCADA.

Dematec Automation drives unprecedented levels of efficiency, productivity and performance, helping customers change the game to ultimately be more competitive.


Big things happen when we connect things.

IIoT capabilities.

Exploit our expertise to create your own game changing moment.

For industries such as oil & gas, power generation, manufacturing, and healthcare, where there is much at stake or where system failures and unplanned downtime can result in life-threatening or high-risk situations, you want Dematec Automation IIoT solutions.


We create environments, which tell operators how to optimise productivity or detect a failure before it occurs, saving companies millions of dollars a year. We seamlessly bring together brilliant machines, advanced analytics and people to work at a new level of productivity and safety to make companies millions of dollars each year.

You can change the game by gaining valuable new insights like never before. We can help you orchestrate a network of a multitude of devices connected by communications technologies, which in turn create entire systems that can monitor, collect, exchange, analyse and deliver new competitive advantages.

Create your own IIoT wishlist. What would you like to do?

What is the value of driving smarter, faster business decisions, which save energy, utilise resources optimally or deliver new levels of service and productivity?

Examples of genuine IIoT game changing moments.

Dematec Automation changes the way industries work. Whether it’s enabling predictive analytics to detect corrosion inside a refinery pipe, or providing real-time production data to uncover additional capacity in a plant, or driving visibility and control over your industrial control systems environment.


Imagine automating the load control for a chemical processing facility based on the instantaneous price on the electricity spot market, or the benefits of machine monitoring & control that allows an OEM to charge the machine use on an ‘output’ basis. While having the ability to remotely monitor and shut down if necessary. These are the things we do, when we connect things.

IIoT essentials. The things you need to know about connecting things.

Industrial Internet is changing the way industry works and impacting the global economy. This is the internet happening all over again, but this time it is ‘things’, not people, getting connected.

IIoT is a fundamental part of the fourth industrial revolution, one which is ushering in SME technologies into global supply chains, like never before.

  • 46% of the global economy can benefit from the Industrial Internet.
  • 100% Industrial Internet potential impact on energy production.
  • 44% Industrial Internet potential impact on global energy consumption.
  • Today, the market for Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags, used for transmitting. data to identify and track objects, is worth $11.1 billion. This is predicted to rise to $21.9 billion in 2020.
  • Machine-to-machine (M2M) connections will grow from 5 billion at the beginning of this year to 27 billion by 2024, with China taking a 21% share and the U.S. 20%.
  • GE believes that the IIoT will add $10 to $15 trillion to global GDP in the next 20 years.

And the race is on for connecting everything.

  • The IoT will connect many of the devices we have in our homes, from smart thermostats to smart fridges. Companies like Google and Samsung understand this. Google bought smart thermostat maker, Nest Labs, for $3.2 billion, and Samsung purchased connected home company SmartThings for $200 million.

  • The global market for wearable devices has grown 223% in 2015, with Fitbit shipping 4.4 million devices and Apple selling 3.6 million Apple Watches.

  • By 2020, the number of Internet-connected things will reach or even exceed 50 billion.
  • In 2008, there were already more objects connected to the Internet than people.

  • In 2016, 1.5 billion smart phones were sold and by 2020 we will have a staggering 6.1 billion smartphone users.

  • By 2020, a quarter of a billion vehicles will be connected to the Internet, giving us completely new possibilities for in-vehicle services and automated driving.

  • In fact, we already have cars that can drive on their own - Google’s self-driving cars currently average about 10,000 autonomous miles per week.
  • According to estimations by the McKinsey Global Institute, the IoT will have a total economic impact of up to $11 trillion by 2025.

  • Having a connected kitchen could save the food and beverage industry as much as 15% annually.

  • CISCO believes the IoT could generate $4.6 trillion over the next ten years for the public sector, and $14.4 trillion for the private sector.

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