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#7: Bringing IT and OT together (featuring Carrier)

AWS Industrial Insights

Welcome to AWS Industrial Insights. In every episode, we interview visionary leaders from industrial companies to share their insights on technology, innovation, and leadership. This podcast is for industrial business leaders who are looking to make data-driven decisions and learn from those who’ve experienced similar challenges. By interviewing leading executives, we’ll uncover their insights and learn exactly how their organization found a solution. You can find all episodes of AWS Industrial Insights on your favorite streaming platform or listen below.

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Episode #7: Bringing IT and OT together (featuring Carrier)

As industrial manufacturing continues to evolve, IT has played an increasingly vital role. However, with the introduction of computer control and automation, IT has remained largely separate from OT (operational technology). IT is commonly used at the business level without connection to the OT servicing at the production line. Both IT and OT have grown in sophistication and value to business, but the next revolution will come with the bridging of that IT/OT divide. It’s a revolution that is happening now.

In this episode, you’ll learn how to bring IT and OT together towards one common goal. We’ll be hearing from Bobby George, the Chief Digital Officer of Carrier, and Douglas Bellin the Business Development Executive for Industrie 4.0 and Smart Factories here at AWS.

Duration :00:41:02

Helpful Resources

Read the ebook: Why do Industrial enterprises need a data lake? 

Read the ebook: Industrial Executive’s Guide to Cloud Security

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Caroline Lawrence

Caroline Lawrence

Caroline serves as a Marketing Manager for Manufacturing at Amazon Web Services. Caroline brings a diverse international marketing background with experience in graphic design, social media management, public relations, and small business development strategy. Across the scope of her career, Caroline has led and facilitated several innovative projects focusing on audience growth, thought leadership engagements, and marketing ROI analysis.