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Emerson Named ‘Industrial IoT Company of the Year’

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Molly Cooper

Journalist at Tank Storage Magazine.

Technology and software company, Emerson has been named IoT Breakthrough ‘Industrial IoT Company of the Year’ for the sixth time.

The 2024 award recognises Emerson’s advances in sustainability-enabling technologies and software, efforts to accelerate the development and delivery of life-saving drugs, and the company’s Boundless Automation vision of a next-generation, software-defined industrial automation architecture.

Lal Karsanbhai, president and chief executive officer of Emerson says: ‘We are honoured to receive this award that recognises the value Emerson delivers to help customers in so many critical industries achieve their maximum performance.’

GraphicThe company’s recent advances in this space include its Ovation Green portfolio of renewable power solutions to decarbonise, reduce emissions and add more renewable energy to power grids, and Floor to Cloud solutions that continuously monitor and visualise critical production data to improve energy efficiencies in factories.

The award also recognises Emerson’s leadership in developing digital technologies aimed at accelerating drug development. The company recently announced One-Click Technology Transfer™ software that will convert today’s life sciences manufacturing recipe transfer process into a digitalised production platform, helping get new drug therapies to patients faster.

‘Emerson is a consistent winner of our Industrial IoT Company of the Year award because of how effectively it leverages its decades of expertise in digitalisation and automation to help industry leaders transform their operations to address the needs of the future. We congratulate the Emerson team for taking home our ‘Industrial IoT Company of the Year’ award in the eighth annual IoT Breakthrough Awards programme,’ adds Steve Johansson, managing director at IoT Breakthrough.

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