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Building Out the Industrial IoT Vision

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markgrogan
markgrogan
2/22/2019 2:36:26 AM
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It just has to work
It doesn't matter what this system is called as long as it works and helps companies to save lots of money after they've spent on getting it installed. The only reason why businesses are so excited about this is that it's supposed to help with getting everything managed better and to help them save money while increasing productivity and efficiency. You could call it something entirely nonsensical but if it works, it works!

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RituGupta
RituGupta
10/21/2018 10:49:19 PM
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hi
Wherever we go, there is bound to be some form of data collection in order to derive with consumer preferences. Manufacturers can make use of this data to their advantage to cater exactly to demand. This is when data is regarded as king as it can control what is being delivered to ensure only the best is being projected. It is a form of customization to provide personalised products and services to end consumers to attract return customers.

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