The infrastructure around the world is being linked together via sensors, machine learning, and analytics, which means that industrial Internet of Things (IoT) deployments are increasing. This should come to no surprise since industrial IoT holds great potential for enhancing quality control, sustainable practices, supply chain, data analysis, inefficiencies and more.
What does that mean for your industry or company? We want to know. TechRepublic's sister site, Tech Pro Research is doing a survey to find out.
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If you're familiar with your company's IoT plans, we want your feedback. What purposes does your company use IoT devices for? What data is your company collecting with IoT devices? What, if any, measures are taken to secure the IoT devices your company uses? Take the survey and let us know.
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Melanie Wolkoff Wachsman is an Associate Editor for TechRepublic. She has 20 years of experience editing and writing for B2B and consumer publications focused on technology, innovation, healthcare, food and culture. Melanie received a bachelor's degree from Indiana University Bloomington.