Upcoming Webinar – Hydraulic Components and IoT in Mobile Machinery

Presenter:  Mark Watson, Senior Research Manager, IHS Markit
September 21, 9:00am – 10:00am Central

IHS Markit recently completed a survey-based study, commissioned by NFPA, examining the current and expected future impact of the Internet of Things on hydraulics for mobile machinery.  The webinar will present results of the study, the core of which comes from more than 700 survey responses from engineering and management contacts across key industries such as construction machinery and agricultural machinery, and more.

Learn about:

  • the drivers and inhibitors of smarter and connected mobile machinery;
  • the impact on hydraulic content; and
  • insights into opportunities for business development.

Register now:

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