Engage with PTC’s New IIoT and Augmented Reality Data Sites

Written By: Nancy White

In the fast-paced world of industrial innovation, it’s essential to not only identify new ways to leverage data, technology, and analytics, but also present those insights in an easy-to-understand, accessible format.

To that end, this week, PTC published two new data sites as a complement to our bi-annual report series, State of Augmented Reality and State of Industrial Internet of Things. The idea behind these sites is to present the key takeaways – and compelling data points – in a fresh, engaging way.

The more visual presentation provides an at-a-glance reference for those interested in digital transformation and could reveal insights readers may have missed in the full report.

A little background: Earlier this year, PTC debuted its primary research report series that explores the evolving markets of industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and augmented reality (AR). These bi-annual reports leverage PTC’s 30 years of technology expertise, 30,000 global customers, and 1,000 service partners to deliver an in-depth, real-world look at the current landscape.

The data sites are up and running and we invite you to take a little time to explore:

Key features include:


Like the technology covered in the reports, the data presented on these data sites will change and evolve. As new reports are published, the latest research findings and insights will be reflected in these companion sites.

Across industries, IIoT and AR are changing the way businesses innovate and deliver value to their customers. It’s an exciting time and keeping close tabs on the emerging use cases and applications of IIoT and AR is critical to not only remain competitive but also drive innovation. We look forward to continuing to be part of the conversation!

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Tags:
  • Industrial Connectivity
  • Industrial Internet of Things
  • Augmented Reality

About the Author

Nancy White

Nancy White is a content marketing strategist for the Corporate Brand team at PTC. A journalist turned content marketer, she has a diverse writing background—from Fortune 500 companies to community newspapers—that spans more than a decade.