IoT for Energy IoT technology can coordinate analysis and action for diverse grid devices and energy production equipment ─ and monitor and solve problems in real time



The energy market is undergoing a major transformation. In addition to growing demand, the world is moving away from centrally generated nuclear and fossil fuel electricity towards distributed renewable energy resources like solar, hydro and wind.

Scott McCarley, Sr. Director of Solution Management at PTC, and Marc Schreiber, Marketing Director at DEPSys, discuss this transformation and how IoT can help ease the transition.

Scott McCarley, Sr. Director of Solution Management, PTC

At PTC Scott is focused on Smart Cities which includes Power, Water, Buildings and City Services. For the past 3 years Scott has worked with ThingWorx partners and customers in the city space as part of the ThingWorx Product Management and Solution Management teams. Scott has over 15 years of software management experience in roles ranging from software development to leading marketing departments. Scott holds a M.B.A in Marketing and Strategy from Carnegie Mellon and a B.A. from Colby College.

Marc Schreiber, Marketing Director, DEPsys

With degrees in engineering and business administration, Marc started his career in embedded software development before going into training and ultimately sales and marketing, where he has spent 12 years. Marc has worked in various industries, such as industrial robotics and machine-tools, telecommunications and IT. He is now the Director of Marketing and Sales at DEPsys, a company developing solutions to bring intelligence into traditional electric distribution grids.