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ArcherPoint Manufacturing Quarterly
4th Quarter, 2016

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Internet of Things and what to look for in 2017

It's that time of year when we start to reflect back on what was, and what will be. Undeniably one of the biggest buzzwords for 2016 was Internet of Things or IoT. At ArcherPoint we wrote several blogs that addressed the impact of the Internet of Things on manufacturing industry and IoT and business in general. And, 2017 looks to be even more exciting in the world of IoT. 

Reporters at Industry Week spoke with Standford lecturer and IoT author Timothy Chou, Ph.D.; Thulium. Co CEO  Tamara McCleary, and industry expert Evan Kirstel to get an understanding of what to expect for the Internet of Things in 2017. From Cloud Migration to Market Expansion, these experts share their 10 IoT Predictions for 2017.  






Manufacturing Day 2016 

Happy Manufacturing Day! (It was last month, October 7). In an effort to promote public perception of manufacturing, manufacturing careers, and its impact on the US economy, this day was created. Click here to see a descriptive infographic What Manufacturing Really Looks Like. You may want to print it out and hang it up. 




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