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The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming all sectors of the economy, with some of the greatest impact in industries such as manufacturing, energy and transportation. IoT is especially well suited to the unique challenges faced by industrial operations such as the control of remotely distributed assets and the monitoring requirements found on manufacturing floors and within processing plants.
When committing to IoT, early challenges are how to collect and analyze data from a unique and diverse set of assets, and how to secure and manage those devices at scale. This requires the expertise, tools and best practices of both Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT) departments.
In this webinar, VMware Inc., a global leader in enterprise IT, and ADLINK Technology, a global leader in integrated IoT solutions, will discuss the five keys to successful industrial IoT initiatives.
Join the discussion to learn more about:
- Why a healthy OT-IT marriage is necessary for IoT success
- How to release real-time data from siloed assets
- Best practices to get the highest value from operational data in IoT
- A framework for a successful IoT architecture designed with security, management and scale
- Essential industrial IoT uses cases such as asset tracking/monitoring and predictive maintenance
Mimi Spier is Vice President and head of the Internet of Things Business at VMware. She leads a team responsible for defining VMware's IoT strategy/business, launching IoT solutions to market, and defining the marketing, demand gen and all aspects of GTM for IoT at VMware, including developing the strategic partners necessary to deliver the most complete solution to the market.
Rob Risany is the Executive Vice President of ADLINK's IoT Solutions & Technology Division which includes the company’s communications software, smart factory hardware, and integrated solutions businesses. Most recently, Rob ran innovation for IBM Watson IoT.
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