Technology is omnipresent, and this access to digital services is playing an increasing role in everything we do – shaping growth, disrupting industry landscapes and providing the catalyst for new business models, products, services and experiences…for businesses to transform themselves.

The rapid evolution of technology in today’s connected world is transforming traditional automotive business processes.

Advanced technological capabilities like IoT, Cloud, Mobile, Social, and Big Data require manufacturers to transform their business processes to enable connected business networks, and be in a position to enrich their market offerings to not just deliver a manufactured product, but also value-added business services, to provide a complete connected customer experience.

The modern productivity platform of GTOTECH, enabled by a rich set of consistent experiences across devices and powered by new services, provides a strong platform that evolves manufacturers from the world of “systems of record” to a connected world that requires additional “systems of engagement” capabilities critical for driving innovation, operational performance, and growth in today’s rapidly changing manufacturing business landscape.


  • Strategic Plan for Investment in Technology Strengthening of Strategies.
  • Effective Internal and External Communication.
  • Media Virtualization of learning.
  • System Integration and Unification of Security Systems.
  • Analysis and design of strategies for identity management in the organization.
  • Strategic Management of Identity.


The relationships between machines and people are becoming increasingly competitive, as smart machines acquire the capabilities to perform more and more daily activities.

“Smartness” is now everywhere in the work environment, with consequences that are difficult for enterprise decision makers to foresee.

The changes that are coming extend far beyond the IoT. The increasingly smart, autonomous nature of machines means that we’re seeing the beginning of “robos” rising — the worldwide spread of autonomous hardware and software machines to assist human workers in practical scenarios.

The “robotrend,” the increasing practicality of artificial intelligence, and the fact that enterprises and consumers alike are now embracing the advancement of these technologies, is also driving the development of risky scenarios.

The risk to human jobs when robo-workers enter the workforce in volume is obvious, but it’s balanced by the need for talent capable of developing smart systems and autonomous processes.

The future will belong to the companies that can create the most effective autonomous and smart software solutions. So, in the nearby future, jobs are more likely to be created than to be eliminated on a massive scale.


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Data Collection

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At GTOTECH we think about the success our customers can have with technology—building tools so that others can innovate, build their own technology, and create solutions that make things happen.

This platform approach is the cornerstone of our strategy to ensure that what we build can get amplified and be delivered in ways that help our customers succeed through the support of our rich partner ecosystem.

We are building the core platforms and network of partners around them to address the needs of specific ecosystems, such as digital factories, intelligent buildings, and the smart energy continuum. More importantly, we’re prioritizing flexibility, integration, and trust.

Our solutions help you optimize operations and develop new services-based business models that deliver significant new results. We can help you achieve enterprise excellence across the value chain by delivering data insights from any source, putting people at the center of the process, enabling flexibility across the enterprise, and delivering productive experiences on every screen.

Through digital innovation, we help you create innovative products and services, execute with excellence, maintain smoother operations and compliance, and become a customer-centric organization, all powered by the intelligent cloud.


  • Control of Assets and Merchandise (RFID 1D-2D)
  • Virtual Training (3D-VR-RA)
  • Historical Collection and Errors (PLC Data-CC Link)
  • Predictive Analysis (BI)
  • Data Transportation Facility (ETL)
  • Biometric Security and Personnel Control
  • Digital Signage
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Apps Development



By 2018, 20% of all business content will be authored by machines.

By 2018, 6 billion connected things will be requesting support.

By 2020, autonomous software agents outside of human control will participate in 5% of all economic transactions.

By 2018, 20% of smart buildings will have suffered from digital vandalism.

By 2018, 50% of the fastest-growing companies will have fewer employees than instances of smart machines.

By 2018, customer digital assistants will recognize individuals by face and voice across channels and partners.

By 2018, 2 million employees will be required to wear health and fitness tracking devices as a condition of employment.

By 2020, smart agents will facilitate 40% of mobile interactions, and the post-app era will begin to dominate.

Through 2020, 95% of cloud security failures will be the customer's fault.