During this webcast, we will explore how a single platform containing IoT basics, machine learning and augmented reality can create a new world of solutions ready to take IoT into the enterprise.Register Now
ThingWorx was purpose-built from the ground up for the Internet of Things. It contains the most complete set of integrated IoT-specific development tools and capabilities available, offering the industry’s deepest functional capabilities. ThingWorx makes it easy to develop and deliver powerful Enterprise IoT solutions that deliver transformative business value.
The extensive ecosystem of ThingWorx partners exists to create and extend smart, connected capabilities to all things for all industries. The economic impact that the Internet of Things will have on product makers, factories, and other complex systems such as smart cities is projected by McKinsey to reach $11.1 trillion a year by 2025. To capture this value, IoT solutions will be formed of many parts and players, from sensor and hardware providers, to independent software vendors (ISVs) and System Integrators. ThingWorx provides the technology foundation to organizations to capture real value that will transform the way they compete, and the way they work.
How will you secure your existing IoT devices and prepare your infrastructure for the double-digit increases that are occurring year-over-year?Register Now
Join Presenter Andrei Valeanu to discover the terminology and concepts behind ThingWorx platform, and to see ThingWorx in action with a series of live demonstrations.Register Now
ThingWorx EVP Mike Campbell discusses PTC’s focus on IoT and AR with theCUBE at GE Minds + Machines.
Learn how GE Transportation is leveraging ThingWorx to ensure more precise service to meet demand.
IoT is the buzzword of the year (or decade), but there are a lot of challenges in getting started and a lot of responsibility in choosing the right strategy and tools to move forward. What considerations should you be keeping top of mind? There are many aspects of the IoT that might keep you up […]