Bridging the gap between IT and OT with IoT for Transportation

Digital transformation is a major disruptive force facing the transportation industry today. The rise of “smart” machines and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has forced the transportation industry to rethink the way they look at physical assets and operations. But in trying to keep up with rapidly advancing technology, it’s easy to overlook the organizational evolution necessary to adapt successfully.

Now, as IIoT adoption mounts, pressure to demonstrate quick ROI is intensifying. Maximizing time to value requires strategy and coordination – which means companies must align the divided worlds of information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT).

Download this whitepaper to discover:

  • Factors involved in IT-OT integration
  • Benefit potential of aligning the two for your business
  • How you can optimize ROI with IT-OT convergence
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