Learn About IIoT in Next Week’s Special Webinar

Next week Wednesday, June 13 at 10am CST, Annual Conference speaker Jeremy Drury will cover the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) in a special webinar. The webinar will cover some of the background of IoT, where it stands now, and where it needs to go in the remainder of 2018. Listeners will learn more about Industry 4.0, the infrastructure of connected products and services, as well as insights into how to accelerate the use of IoT in fluid power and use it efficiently. The webinar content and strategy tips are relevant to end-users, distributors, suppliers, and manufacturers alike. The webinar is also free to all NFPA members. It’s not too late to register!

Questions about this special webinar can be directed to Pete Alles at palles@nfpa.com or (414) 778-3350.

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