Industry & IoT

Digitalization of industrial business models is well under way in Industry 4.0. To support growing global demand, we must produce substantially more – in terms of products, services, food, energy and physical infrastructure – for dramatically less input . This is no doubt one of the great paradigm shifts and consequential challenges of the 21st century. Industrial digitalization offers the promise of producing more, for less, and enabling new business models for industrials and IoT.


Digital Identity Enables Trusted Access

Industry 4.0 is advancing digitalization across the industrial world by connecting devices, machines, humans, and silos of operational data together. The new Insights provided can be leveraged to drive net-new value; in terms of operational cost-optimization, or new products and services. But, do we trust it?


Digital Identity Persists Trust & Integrity

Industrial businesses’ technical and corporate staff, partners and customers need secure and immediate access to industrial systems, devices, and their data to perform critical tasks in field operations. Lag leads directly to productivity loss which immediately impacts the bottom line. Or worse, critical errors in field operations can have disastrous consequences- imparting physical damage to property, the environment or even humans nearby.

IOT identity and authentication workflow

DecentraliZed Control

IndyKite for Industry 4.0

Ensuring the right entity is accessing the right dataset with the right credentials in the right context is a complex, distributed and multi-stakeholder identity problem, and in order to increase automation and efficiency in the industrial world, we need to solve it. IndyKite’s IndyKite’s Identity Relationship Graph maps and connects industrial IT & OT data elements to the systems, machines, and humans in control - solving a complex identity problem.

Decentralized Identity Data Model. Moves Zero Trust to the edge & edge (OT) devices, guaranteeing Trust and confidence in industrial processes.

Identity of Everything. Drive industrial digitalization with trusted data representations through Context and Trusted Identity Relationships. Provide better connected industrial offerings for Industry 4.0 and optimize field operations for bottom line efficiency gains and top line digitalization initiatives.

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