Enabling iconic experiences and real-time insights
Whether you are a consumer device company, hospitality company, a large-scale manufacturer, or a healthcare company, connected devices continue to become critical in order for companies to maintain and build their momentum in the IoT space.
The proliferation of IoT applications is driving critical changes in how companies collect, manage, process, and interpret data in real-time. Ingesting and consuming data in real-time is a necessity for companies to maintain their position as industry leaders.
In addition to meeting these real-time data consumption benchmarks, a robust IoT strategy must consider how to manage data security, remote management, system and device maintenance, the physical environment, impacts to business operations, and the experience design for all users in your IoT environment, such as guests, patients, vendors, or staff members, to name a few.
Wanting to use Smart Space technology as a way to leapfrog their competitors, McDermott launched a “Global Digital Yard” initiative, focused on Smart Assets, Materials Management, Integrated Operations, the Connected Worker and Safety & Productivity.
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