Global technology and industrial software leader Emerson has been named the ‘Industrial IoT Company of the Year’ by IoT Breakthrough – an honour awarded to the company in four of the past five years. IoT Breakthrough, which received nearly 4,000 nominations for the 2022 competition, recognises Emerson’s technology and software innovation that is helping customers in essential industries realise safer, more efficient and sustainable operations.
Emerson’s Plantweb is the most comprehensive ecosystem of sensors, smart devices, industrial software and analytics in the industry. In addition, Emerson designs and delivers more smart sensing devices than any company in the world.
“Emerson’s advanced digital technologies, software and analytics have been delivering measurable operational improvements in manufacturing facilities for years, and now these same technologies are highly focused on sustainability,” said Mark Bulanda, executive president of Emerson’s Automation Solutions business. “We’re helping customers in power, energy, chemical, life sciences, food and beverage, and so many other industries advance their sustainability goals in tangible, scalable ways.”
Through its Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) portfolio of digital technologies, software and analytics, Emerson is helping some of the world’s largest companies achieve Top Quartile performance in key areas, including higher reliability, increased safety and reduced energy emissions. These IIoT technologies are transforming industrial operating models, enabling remote and autonomous operations while making manufacturing teams more agile and collaborative.
“Emerson’s advanced automation and digital technologies are instrumental in helping customers optimise their operations while helping them meet robust environmental sustainability goals,” said James Johnson, managing director at IoT Breakthrough. “Congratulations, once again, on being our choice for ‘Industrial IoT Company of the Year’.”
IoT Breakthrough honours the world’s best companies, leaders, technologies and products in a range of IoT categories – from industrial and enterprise, to consumer and connected home. Winners are selected by a panel of senior-level professionals experienced in the IoT space, including journalists, analysts and technology executives.