Implementing Industrial IoT: Common Pitfalls and Best Practices for Success
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IoT technologies present promising opportunities in the industrial space, enabling organizations to continuously monitor equipment, implement predictive maintenance, and derive valuable business intelligence for data-driven decisions. Although industrial IoT applications are expected to account for 50% of IoT spending by 20201, many organizations struggle to navigate the complex IoT ecosystem and fail to achieve ROI on IoT initiatives. During this webinar, we will provide the information and education needed to successfully deploy IIoT solutions, covering:
- Four primary challenges hindering IIoT implementations and actionable insights for avoiding them
- Best practices for IIoT strategy generation and execution
- Real-life use cases demonstrating IIoT success
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Brought to you by:
Pierce Owen, Principal Analyst, ABI Research
As a Principal Analyst at ABI Research, Pierce Owen is responsible for research and analysis surrounding smart manufacturing. His research focus includes IT/OT convergence, digital twins, and additive manufacturing.
Pierce has vast experience in forecasting the growth of Internet of Things (IoT) applications and has published many reports analyzing best practices, trends, drivers, and barriers to IoT applications.
Pierce has an international education; he received his Master’s in Management from ESCP Europe in Paris, France and a Master’s of International Business and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of South Carolina in the USA.
Sunder Somasundaram, Senior Vice President of Pre-Sales and Solution Engineering
Sunder Somasundaram serves as Senior Vice President of Pre-Sales and Solution Engineering where he oversees the IoT solution design and implementation process for KORE customers, focusing on ongoing sales and solution delivery success. Sunder brings extensive IoT experience to KORE, having spent more than 15 years at AT&T in leadership roles over both product and sales organizations. Most recently, Sunder served as the global head of sales for AT&T’s IoT platform offerings where he was responsible for winning and delivering several large cloud and IoT projects. Sunder holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Bharathidasan University, and lives with his family in Dallas, Texas.