IoT Recruitment

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Our aim is to enable the next industrial revolution in Additive and Advanced Manufacturing through talent. 

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IoT recruitment

Over the past few years, IoT has become an essential part of our everyday lives. From ‘smart’ household devices to industrialized tools – the Internet of Things (IoT) has sparked a digital revolution. Enabling real-time insights on assets, processes and supply chains, IoT technologies effectively improve business operations and reduce costs. With a growth potential of $484 billion by 2027, demand for IoT specialists is only increasing.

Our vast experience in IoT recruitment means that our experts understand the intricacies of the industry. At Alexander Daniels Global, we use our knowledge to create bespoke recruitment processes to source the highest-quality candidates and career opportunities. By harnessing our global network, we’re able to position our talent partners at the forefront of the additive and advanced manufacturing industry.


Our job board features a wide variety of disciplines in the advanced and additive manufacturing industries. These roles include, but are not limited to:

• IoT / Cloud Software Developer
• Infrastructure Architect
• IoT Systems Engineer / Administrator
• Test Engineer
• IoT Embedded Engineer
• Platform Developer
• System Designer
• Product Manager
• C-Level / Director Level Roles


IoT can be a helpful tool in the advanced and additive manufacturing industries, which is starting to be used as part of manufacturing businesses’ technology stack for more intuitive and data-informed production.

With our global reach, we’re able to source and place IoT specialists into companies using additive manufacturing technologies within, but not limited to, the following sectors:

• 3D Printing
• Space & Defense
Medical & Healthcare


What Is IoT?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of physical devices or ‘things’ embedded with sensors and software that are designed to share data over the internet. These devices range from ordinary household objects, like smart speakers and watches, to advanced industrialized tools. Whilst there are a wide variety of IoT applications, the primary goal of IoT technology is to harness the power of the internet to streamline the process of gathering, analyzing and sharing data.

Practical Applications of IoT

There are countless practical applications for IoT technology, from monitoring your heart rate via your smart watch to managing inventory and reducing operational costs. Some industry-specific examples of IoT applications include:

  • Automotive design and production: IoT devices can collection data from vehicles enabling engineers to identify design flaws, rapidly produce prototypes and reduce time-to-market.
  • Industrial Automation: IoT devices can analyze large amounts of data throughout automated processes to monitor performance and prevent downtime by predicting when maintenance is due on parts.

  • Advancing healthcare: IoT devices allow patience to independently manage their health, empowering them with insights into valuable metrics like insulin levels. IoT is also helping pioneer the technology to produce and monitor programmable human organs.

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Benefits of IoT

IoT technology offers a wide variety of unique benefits for each industry. However, some universal benefits include:

  • Real-time visibility: IoT allows users to monitor performance/inventory metrics around the clock, enabling them to develop actions based on live data.

  • Increased output: IoT technology identifies opportunities to optimize operations and automate process to address inefficiencies and generate greater results.

  • Predictive insights: IoT sensors can identify patterns, trends and anomalies within data to make predictions about inventory levels and mechanical maintenance to increase efficiency and prevent downtime.

  • Reduced costs: the valuable insights provided by IoT technology can reduce the cost of unexpected downtime or equipment repairs. Similarly, the ability to automate processes can increase efficiency and minimize errors.

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Alexander daniels global is your additive and advanced manufacturing recruitment expert

At Alexander Daniels Global, we have a simple vision:
‘To enable the Industrial Revolution in Advanced and Additive Manufacturing through talent.’ 

We work with talented individuals to source opportunities which will advance their career. We also work with organizations in the advanced and additive manufacturing industries to achieve their growth objectives by partnering with them to identify, attract, engage and recruit high caliber professionals globally.