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5 Steps for Turning Industrial IoT into a Competitive Advantage

March 8, 2018

Industrial organizations aggregating IoT sensor data in the hopes of optimizing processes and identifying growth opportunities are now faced with a data overload. To gain actionable intelligence, this data must be properly filtered. To do this successfully, these organizations must first define their business goals; define an analytics strategy; assess the need for edge analytics; choose the right analytics solution; and focus on continuous improvement.

In this white paper, Industrial IoT operators will learn:

  • About the IoT data paradox
  • Five steps to successfully converting that IoT data into a competitive advantage
  • How analytics solutions from Intel and SAS can help guide users along that path
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