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Gartner® identifies opportunities for using IoT in utilities in its “Utilities Technology Trends 2022: IoT Enables Improved Operational Performance”1 report.
The report highlights three potential opportunities.
- “Utilities can use Internet of Things (IoT) data provisioning, ingestion and dissemination for transparency and convergence to create information flow across edge, platform and enterprise analytics assets and systems,” also described in the report,
- “A business-centric transformation approach to IoT investments can maximize technology’s potential benefits across the utility value chain in five key areas,” and,
- “IoT as a technology disruptor creates the opportunity to detect and sense events across the business at low cost.”
The report goes on to make recommendations as to how utility CIOs “can respond to and embrace this IoT trend.” Complete the form below to receive instant access.
1Gartner, “Utilities Technology Trends 2022: IoT Enables Improved Operational Performance,” By Nicole Foust, Ethan Cohen, 28 January 2022.
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