Hydraulics and the Internet of Things – Webinar

You’ve probably heard of the Internet of Things…but do you know what it will mean for fluid power in coming years?  Machine connectivity and data flow via the web could have wide-ranging effects on products, systems, service, as well as customer expectations.

NFPA commissioned a survey-based study by IHS Markit to take a look at several key mobile hydraulics markets to get a sense of what machine builders and users of hydraulics, from engineers and purchasers to executives, expect from the Internet of Things over the next several years.  Results of the survey research will be presented by Mark Watson of IHS Markit, providing insights from nearly 700 survey respondents.

Learn about the drivers and inhibitors of smarter and connected mobile machinery, the expected pace of adoption, and gain some insights into opportunities for business development.


Wednesday, September 21, 9:00 – 9:45am Central

Register here:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4564713059204892419




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