The Essential Remote Monitoring & Diagnostics Center [Webinar]

My colleagues have done the hard work for me and have explained Industrial Data and Historians in their blogs, and described the need to get ready for the Industrial Internet.

It’s now time to translate the theory into action!

Join me and Steve Davis from GE Power & Water for a webinar on April 11 where we will be talking about the need for a proper data-management structure and the value you can obtain from it. We’ll share how real-world value is enabled by a Remote Monitoring & Diagnostics Center with stories of how concrete value starts with data and accessibility to it. You need to turn your data into knowledge. We’ll show you how.

GE Power & Water works for more than 60,000+ customers in power generation, oil & gas, mining, petrochem, food & beverage, steel, and municipal. They monitor more equipment and more data points than I can imagine—so they needed a way of organizing the data and learning from it.  Steve will admit that it’s easier than you think. If his team could do it, so can you.  Learn how they benefited from doing so.

In one short hour, we’ll share a real-world example and answer your questions on-the-spot.

Join us for The Essential Remote Monitoring and Diagnostics Center webinar.

Thursday, April 11, 11 am EDT.

John Leppiaho

John lives in Green Bay, Wisconsin… we know what football team he follows…..the Miami Dolphins!!! Only one in town!!! John is particularly strong at taking complex business issues as they relate to technology and delivering solutions that achieve sustainable competitive advantages for both GE and external customers.

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