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Johnson & Johnson Invests $2Bn in IoT Technologies to Streamline Production

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been widely celebrated as a game-changing technology for field service and maintenance applications because it allows one device to "talk" to another, communicating when a machine or system could potentially degrade or fail. But what if the "breakdown" is occurring not within a facility or a production process, but within the human body?

Johnson & Johnson Invests $2Bn in IoT Technologies to Streamline Production

That's exactly the type of IoT application that healthcare products giant Johnson & Johnson says it's investing in. In fact, the $70bn, 130-year old manufacturer is in the process of reinventing itself, via an annual spend of $2bn in technology.

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That's exactly the type of IoT application that healthcare products giant Johnson & Johnson says it's investing in. In fact, the $70bn, 130-year old manufacturer is in the process of reinventing itself, via an annual spend of $2bn in technology.

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Johnson & Johnson Invests $2Bn in IoT Technologies to Streamline Production