Rahman Jamal, Global Technology &
Marketing Director, National Instruments
The Industrial Internet of Things has the potential to change our lives but its future survival is being threatened by a race for prominence amongst those countries and organisations that have a stake in its development.
Divisions are forming along geographical, technological, commercial and political lines that not only oppose the spirit of this exciting movement but gravely threaten its progress.
As Global Technology & Marketing Director of National Instruments, I have recently travelled to both Asia and the US to take part in conferences, seminars and briefings on the topic of Industrial IoT. This has revealed stark differences in the way that the Industrial IoT is being defined and developed internationally and, without doubt, this is restricting its evolution.
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