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The Ultimate Phrasebook for IoT in Construction

January 23, 2018 Satyan Shah

This is the year of the Internet of Things (IoT) in almost every industry, but perhaps the most significant in construction. It’s changing the way we design, build, and operate. It’s transforming everything around us (literally) and thus changing the way we live and work.

If you’ve heard the hype surrounding IoT these days, don’t think it doesn’t affect your construction firm. These technologies are evolving quicker than the industry can keep up, to position your firm above the competition you will need to decode the IoT technical jargon. 

Complete the form to access The Ultimate Phrasebook for IoT in Construction to learn:

  • What is IoT in construction?
  • IoT definitions you need to know
  • "Pro Tips" for those new to IoT in Construction

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About the Author

Satyan Shah

Satyan Shah is the Director of IoT Solutions at Trimble Navigation, where he delivers enterprise-grade products and services with P&L responsibility. In addition to creating web applications at scale and offering hands-on engineering management of complex technical products, in 2016, Satyan architected and brought to market a next generation sensor platform using BLE, mobile apps, and LPWAN Networks.

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