Davos 2022

How industrial data can help unleash productivity, innovation and sustainability

74 zettabytes of industrial data was created and stored last year Image: Tungnguyen0905 / Pixabay

Peter Herweck

Chief Executive Officer, AVEVA Group

Lisa Johnston

Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Sustainability Officer, AVEVA Group

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By 2035, industrial data is estimated to rise to 2,142 zettabytes.
By 2035, industrial data is estimated to rise to 2,142 zettabytes. Image: Statista

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