Otodata’s wise take on telemetry


In an economic landscape that is feeling the crunch of supply chain challenges, seamless gas supply management for industrial gas companies has arguably never been more important. Amid various shortages, from carbon dioxide (CO2) to helium, businesses have had to invest in their assets when it comes to gas. And telemetry has, not surprisingly, been to the fore.

Along the way, even some longstanding telemetry companies have pivoted their business models. One example is Otodata, operating out of Montreal, Canada. This is a company that started off tracking and tracing stolen cars, but is now quite a different beast, with its growing global footprint dedicated to the industrial gas space.

Despite its Canadian roots, however, the Internet of Things (IoT) specialist has now established a new US hub – in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

“The new facility has come a long way since it opened.”

In January this year, Otodata opened its new 12,000 sq ft distribution facility in the city to bolster its customer service capabilities south of the US-Canadian border. “The new facility has come a long way since it opened. We’re already starting to fill it out and even outgrow it,” Eric Wise, Vice-President of Industrial Solutions at Otodata, tells gasworld.

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