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OKUMA - Learn How to Put IIoT to Work for YouDownload
You are invited to attend Okuma’s Technology Day Presentation at the NTMA Fall Conference, Thursday, October 22 at 9:45 a.m.
The technologies behind the latest manufacturing watchwords — Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Big Data, Cloud Computing, MTConnect — are already benefiting some manufacturers by enabling machine interconnection and monitoring. What exactly are these technologies and what might they mean to your business? In a Technology Presentation during the NTMA Fall Conference, presenters from Okuma will answer these questions and explore how your business may benefit.
On Thursday, October 22 at 9:45 a.m., Brian Sides, Director of Technology, and Jeff Estes, Director of Partners in THINC, will present “The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): What it is and how to use it to make decisions to improve your business.” You will have the opportunity to learn how you can leverage IIoT to improve your productivity, communication and profitability. (Those not attending the conference may request a copy of the presentation by submitting a contact form here.)
At this session, you’ll learn how these technologies are interrelated. You’ll find out how you can take advantage of them to gather data, analyze it, and make better decisions to improve your business outcomes.
This session will:
• Explore the evolution of the Industrial Internet of Things
• Discuss how our industries have actually been using IIoT, even before it had a name
• Consider some of the security concerns
• Demonstrate how to use IIoT to your advantage
Our presenters will also illustrate practical applications of IIoT, both current and future.
We expect this timely session to provide you with inspiration for quality improvement, cost reductions and productivity increases at your workplace.
Have a specific question for our presenters? Submit it HERE.
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