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Automation Alley: Episode 3- IIOT and the Data Driven Factory

LHP's Michael King, stared as a guest on Automation Alley's Factory Reboot Podcast Series. The Factory Reboot Podcast Series is a podcast about technology’s role in manufacturing and how Industry 4.0 is transforming the future, from autonomous robotics to artificial intelligence. Hosted by Automation Alley Executive Director, Tom Kelly, the series explores the minds of industry experts, and divulges the opportunities and challenges manufacturers face as they rethink, retool, and reboot their factories for manufacturing's next act: one that is smart and connected. 


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10/1/2017 

The Industrial Internet of Things promises to revolutionize manufacturing. What is the future of IIoT for businesses? Michael King, president of data analytics and IoT for LHP Engineering Solutions, stops by to chat about how manufacturers are transforming their businesses through data.

 

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Michael King is the president of LHP's Data Analytics & IoT Solutions division, and has years of experience in IIoT in the aerospace and automotive industries. 


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