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IIoT Adoption: How to Connect, Monitor, Analyze and Improve

By Ken Briodagh August 19, 2019

The IIoT industry is ambitious, looking to meet big business and societal goals. Some of these are: asset tracking and monitoring, predictive maintenance, cyber security and energy efficiencies and automation.

The magnitude of these projects can inspire skepticism about IIoT adoption, and so implementation must be broken down into achievable, measurable and meaningful phases.

In an upcoming webinar, “Decoding the IIoT Adoption Curve - Connect, Monitor, Analyze and Improve,” sponsored by Microland, which will take place Wednesday, August 28, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT, attendees will learn how to drive that critical, and powerful IIoT adoption. Register now.

In Gartner’s first ever 2018 Magic Quadrant for Industrial IoT, no company crossed their bar for execution, so it seems that there’s still a long way to go when it comes to IIoT adoption. Join this webinar, where the experts look to decode the IIoT adoption curve.

Who’ll benefit the most:

  • Companies in the early stages of IIoT implementation: Managers and above from the COO and CIO organizations
  • Stakeholders from IIoT Centers of Excellence

What you’ll learn:

  • How to overcome challenges in IIoT adoption: Data Interoperability, IT-OT interconnectivity, IIoT security, and more
  • Best practices for implementing large scale IIoT projects
  • How to increase operational efficiencies by following an incremental IIoT adoption approach for the energy and utilities sector

PRESENTER:

Muthukumar Duraimani
Microland
He has more than 17 years of experience in IT and Subject matter expertise in OT for last 5 years, providing IIoT consulting services & solutions that help drive business outcomes for Manufacturing, O&G and Utility industries. He works with global organizations to co-develop their IoT strategy, enabling them to move up the maturity curve by accelerating their digital transformation process. He is responsible for building an IIoT platform partner ecosystem, strategic alliances that help in the acceleration of digital transformation and the capacity to perform end to end IIoT implementation for customers. A key leader in IIoT product development & GTM initiatives having deep knowledge in enabling remote asset monitoring, interoperability solutions and guidance through various smart factory transformation initiatives.

MODERATOR:

Ken Briodagh
IoT Editorial Director, IoT Evolution World

Click here to Register.




Edited by Ken Briodagh

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