OH&S SafetyPod: Connecting Dust Collection and Compliance with IoT Remote Monitoring

Episode 45

OH&S SafetyPod: Connecting Dust Collection and Compliance with IoT Remote Monitoring

Listen in as Editor Sydny Shepard and Donaldson's Brent Nelson chat about the adoption of IoT in industrial facilities as well as its specific application with dust collectors.

I am so excited to be bringing you a new feature episode of the podcast all about the internet of things. I know that we have talked about a lot of different technologies on the podcast, but this is the first where we really dive deep into the connectedness IoT brings to our industrial facilities.

I had the pleasure of talking with Brent Nelson, the Global Product Manager for the Connected Solutions division at Donaldson Company. Brent is a specialist in wireless communication products for machine-to-machine and IoT applications and he had the most interesting things to say about the adoption of IoT in industrial facilities as well as its specific application with dust collectors.

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A special thank you to Donaldson Company:

Donaldson is a global provider of filtration solutions for manufacturing and processing industries. The organization’s Connected Solutions group has developed the iCue™ Connected Filtration Service which remotely monitors a facility’s dust collection equipment and provides operational insights and compliance data directly to end-users. Donaldson’s advanced technology, extensive portfolio of filtration products, and unrivaled customer support help organizations meet their clean air needs.. www.donaldson.com

About the Author

Sydny Shepard is the Editor of Occupational Health & Safety.

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