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Driving IT-OT Alignment in Your IIoT Project

The connected economy is shifting the industrial landscape and industrial companies are scrambling to connect their assets to the cloud. Executing an Industrial IoT (IIoT) transformation, however, remains a highly complex and challenging project. Indeed, according to a recent IoT Signals (2019) report by Microsoft, around 30% of IIoT projects fail at the proof of concept stage.

What makes IIoT particularly difficult is the lack of interoperability between Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT). Given their disparate functions, the two worlds have historically existed in siloes – OT is about the monitoring, control of industrial assets and the acquisition of sensor data, while the IT function is steeped in enterprise systems and cloud applications. With both these worlds using entirely different sets of technologies and tools, it has become critical to bridge the gap between them to ensure a successful IIoT transformation.

It so happens that recent innovations in the IIoT have come a long way in simplifying these complexities. For the first time, industrial companies are able to focus on what matters most – their data – instead of worrying about the technical nuances of connecting their IT and OT infrastructure.   

Watch this webinar to learn about:

  • Find out how all-in-one edge-to-cloud IIoT solutions have made it significantly easier to connect industrial assets to the cloud and bring powerful compute, analytics and application execution capabilities to where OT systems operate
  • Learn how industrial companies can build and scale their IIoT applications at a fraction of the cost and time
  • Find out how Sierra Wireless Octave™ and Microsoft Azure IoT Central are bridging the gap between OT and IT, and empowering companies to unlock the benefits of the Industrial IoT

Watch the On-Demand Webinar


Remy Marcotorchino

Director Marketing and Market Strategy, Sierra Wireless

Manish Amin

Principal Solutions Specialist, Azure IoT, Microsoft

Sam Lucero

Senior Principal Analyst, IoT Platforms, Omdia