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IIoT Gizmos and Gadgets - 2021
Today, there are over 25 billion ‘things’ connected to the Internet – with that figure estimated to triple by 2025. The industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has exploded in a way that few in business could have predicted. An Industrial IoT platform is an industrial IoT software that allows organizations to securely manage all the connected people, systems, and things within an IIoT ecosystem.

Managing a few industrial IoT sensors would be quite straightforward, but today a business can have hundreds of thousands of industrial IoT devices conducting numerous tasks throughout the organization. Industrial IoT devices come in all shapes and sizes. There are no common industrial IoT standards or connection methods. Managing an industrial IoT network means monitoring and controlling an array of heterogeneous range of industrial IoT devices. A central industrial IoT platform provides a solution to the rapid growth of industrial IoT in almost every industry sector.

Following are a few must-have characteristics of an IIoT-enabled Industry:

Accurate control over operational processes
Low power consumption
Extremely secure implementations
Fast and flexible: Near zero lag in response time
Highly reliable in extremely harsh conditions of pressure, temperature, and humidity
Sophisticated data analytics that leads to effective decision-making

The Wireless Communication Alliance invites you to listen in as a selected panel of experts explore how the development and deployment of a perfect IIoT Gadget should look like.

Speaker Bio:

Moderator - Prakash Sangam Tantra Analyst
Jeremy Tole - Vice president, Wireless Communications Alliance
Elle Grossenbacher - Sr. Product Marketing Manager IoT, Twilio
Dirk Seidel -Business Development Manager, Renesas Electronics
Aashish Mehta - CEO, TransferFi
Andy Do - President, SensorWorks

Sep 23, 2021 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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