Intelligent Air: Air Compressors in the Age of Industrial IoT

Air compressor manufacturers will increasingly rely on the Industrial IoT (IIoT) to distinguish their offerings and stand out in a crowded and competitive vendor landscape. The IIoT will unlock critical data on air compressors, enabling manufacturers to offer better and proactive services to their customers, build new revenue streams such as compressed air on demand, and unearth strategic customer insights to drive product and service innovations.

But while these benefits are considerable, the ground realities of executing an Industrial IoT transformation can be challenging. For instance, building an IIoT infrastructure and then ensuring interoperability between various parts of the infrastructure requires deep technical knowhow in operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT). And these challenges are just the tip of the iceberg.

Watch this webinar to learn:

  • Learn precisely how the IIoT enables air compressor manufacturers to increase revenue and differentiate their products and services.
  • Simplify the Industrial IoT and avoid the obstacles to IIoT implementation.
  • Ensure your project isn’t stuck at the proof of concept stage but can be scaled and commercialized across the world.
  • Accelerate your IIoT application’s time-to-market.
Benoit Tournier
Benoit Tournier
Marketing and Business Development Director, IoT Solutions,
Sierra Wireless
Michael Radovich
Michael Radovich
Senior Industry Solutions Manager,
Sierra Wireless

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