Sierra Monitor Corp. Shares Best Practices at the Industrial IoT University Program

What are the real world benefits of IoT connectivity for 20 Industrial OEMs? SMC to Demonstrate FieldPoP™ and FieldServer for Building Automation OEMs at Sensors Expo

Sensors Expo Midwest, Chicago, IL - Booth #602 – Sierra Monitor Corporation invites Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) designing and developing equipment for industrial and factory applications to attend the special IIoT University session presented by Varun Nagaraj, CEO of Sierra Monitor Corporation at the Sensors Expo Midwest event – Chicago, Illinois, September 27 and 28.

Mr. Nagaraj’s session on September 28 at 3:45 pm, will provide a simple, four-step approach that designers and engineers of industrial and commercial products can use to transform their products into true IIoT products. These four steps comprehensively address key IIoT requirements such as connectivity, protocol translation, local management system connectivity, cloud connectivity and registration, security, remote geo-spatial access, data logging and trending locally and in the cloud, alarm and event notifications, and integration with higher-level business applications.

In addition, Mr. Nagaraj will share early results of SMC’s IIoT connectivity pilot program which examines the benefits of “always on connectivity” for 20 top industrial OEMs and their industrial products and technologies.

On the Sensors Expo exhibition floor, SMC will demonstrate its market leading FieldServer IIoT gateways working with the recently introduced FieldPoP device cloud. Attendees will be able to understand how field devices can seamlessly and securely register themselves to the cloud and make their local applications and critical data points available to remote users and applications.

To sign up and attend Sensors Expo, please visit
For more information about the Industrial IoT University, visit

To set up a meeting at Sensors Expo with a member of the SMC team, please contact Kelvin Bui at [email protected]

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