“Today, everyday things like appliances, your automobile, even your Fitbit are connected. Connected devices and connected people represent the most recent wave of technology change. Now, companies are evaluating their IoT [Internet of Things] strategies in far more detail as to how they connect their plants, their products and their customers. So how does this IoT technology transfer to freight rail transportation? What are the challenges and potential benefits?”
Read more from Brad Myers, Chief Operating Officer of Amsted Digital Solutions, in Progressive Railroading (article on page 16).