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IoT requires the effort to integrate the underlying information and operations technologies - IT and OT

The Internet of Things (IoT) promises a tomorrow enriched by unprecedented connectivity; an unfathomable number of devices and sensors delivering real-time inputs and data-driven functionality for optimized decision-making and performance. It has the potential to take the smart grid to another level, enabling a new generation of smarter buildings, transport and citizens.
 

IoT requires the effort to integrate the underlying information and operations technologies - IT and OT

The Internet of Things (IoT) promises a tomorrow enriched by unprecedented connectivity; an unfathomable number of devices and sensors delivering real-time inputs and data-driven functionality for optimized decision-making and performance. It has the potential to take the smart grid to another level, enabling a new generation of smarter buildings, transport and citizens.
 

For utilities, IoT is a lofty ideal

And for most, it currently still feels a good distance away. That’s not to say that the potential benefits that IoT promises cannot be realized by utilities, but there is groundwork to be laid. Because, like it or not, getting to an IoT nirvana requires a good deal of effort to integrate the underlying information and operations technologies (IT and OT).

 

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