Companies will begin to buy outcomes, and not the products that deliver them. An early example of this is in how construction companies are beginning to pay per cubic meter of compressed air instead of the expensive and unwieldy cooling systems that they buy right now.
Dr. Richard SoleyExecutive Director of the Industrial Internet Consortium
Just collecting enormous amounts of data, dumping it into a data lake and letting loose artificial intelligence or machine intelligence on this data is not going to produce good results. I have not heard of one customer of Rockwell saying, hey, I need another petabyte of data!
Sujeet ChandChief Technology Officer, Rockwell Automation
We operate in a world of ecosystems where we have to be able to partner and share elements of digital progress: when we share data, we co-create the future.
Marco RyanChief Digital Officer, Wartsila Corporation
The accuracy of digital data must always be followed by physical confirmation due to variations of real world manufacturing. This is a hard lesson for a generation of designers who believe digital is the last word. It isn't.
Frank PaluchExecutive Vice President, Honda
Identifying and nurturing the change agents is critical when it is a large change program. They’re the ones that are really going to jump on-board, roll up their sleeves and dig into the transformation.
Jeff RichardHead of Innovation, Philips Aging & Caregiving
Problem is not the technology but establishing an equilibrium between the technology and humans who use them.
Jonathan CraneVice-President, Shell International Exploration
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