Next generation factory: Suntory’s new IoT-enabled bottled water plant cuts troubleshooting time by 90%

Suntory has implemented a new Internet of Things (IoT) system at its bottled water plant in Japan’s Nagono Prefecture, which is said to rapidly speed-up troubleshooting procedures.

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