Innovation and market perspectives from leading IOT innovators
Our conversation with Randy Krotowski explored the growing importance of machine learning to drive business value in Connected Industry. Randy sees a new architectural paradigm developing where there is a new layer of cognitive technologies emerging above the application stack, where machine learning can drive incremental value creation across industry. As part of our commitment to C3IoT, a Momenta client, Randy will be joining them full-time, and we are grateful for his contributions to Momenta Partners.
Randy, could you provide a bit of context on your perspective?
I am a chemical engineer by training; I spent 15 years in engineering, operations and marketing at Chevron, then I came into technology leading an SAP project before I became CIO for the Exploration and Production business at Chevron. The experience in operational and information technologies was what shaped my views of the market. After Chevron, I moved to Caterpillar as the Corporate CIO to help drive a digital transformation. There I began to see IoT and machine learning technologies start coming together. In 2014 I retired to spend more time focused on IoT and machine learning. I spent 18 months working with GE on the Oil and Gas aspects of Predix and most recently I’ve been working as an advisor at C3IoT for Tom Siebel. In my experience, they have the best platform for looking at machine learning. I teamed up with Momenta Partners because of their heavy focus on the IoT space including connectivity and devices. The insight I’ve gained is an architectural perspective on what is coming next.
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