The Next Industrial Revolution? How The Internet Of Things Will Transform Manufacturing

Join ThyssenKrupp, Frost & Sullivan, and Microsoft for a webcast that seeks to demystify the Internet of Things for manufacturers. Frost & Sullivan will share its latest insights on IoT in manufacturing, ThyssenKrupp will share its journey in harnessing the power of IoT, and Microsoft will discuss the elements of an IoT solution and best ways to get started on your own IoT journey.

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The Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to transform manufacturing – from improved operational efficiency on the plant floor to new product and service offerings that create stronger customer relationships. For example elevator manufacturer ThyssenKrupp has leveraged IoT to dramatically change the game in elevator reliability through predictive and even preemptive service. One thing is certain – companies who currently do not have a plan for leveraging IoT, or are not in the process of developing one, risk falling behind their competition.

Join ThyssenKrupp, Frost & Sullivan, and Microsoft for a webcast that seeks to demystify the Internet of Things for manufacturers. Frost & Sullivan will share its latest insights on IoT in manufacturing, ThyssenKrupp will share its journey in harnessing the power of IoT, and Microsoft will discuss the elements of an IoT solution and best ways to get started on your own IoT journey.

What you will learn:

  • How IoT will impact manufacturing enterprises
  • Core elements of IoT solutions
  • Examples of current IoT implementations
  • Insights from ThyssenKrupp’s IoT implementation (challenges faced, incorporating legacy products, economic considerations)
  • Considerations and challenges for implementing IoT programs security, standards, etc.)
  • How to get started with your own IoT project.

All webcast attendees will receive a free copy of Frost & Sullivan’s Manufacturing Leadership Council whitepaper, “The Next Industrial Revolution: How the Internet of Things and Embedded, Connected, Intelligent Devices will Transform Manufacturing.”

Register for the Microsoft sponsored Webinar by clicking here.

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