Industry 4.0 brings a new set of technologies to enable the Internet of Things (IoT) and more importantly the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The LoRaWAN protocol provides multiple advantages to enable applications that empower large industrial segments such as Oil & Gas and mining businesses to adapt and respond with reduced operational costs, worker safety and environment & social governance to remain relevant and profitable in a quickly digitizing world. It is doing so by capturing and digitizing the vast amount of data and assets that are part of its operations and allowing machine learning for numerous energy related use cases. Industry 4.0 began with manufacturing but has become essential for all industrial vertical markets. It involves digitally connecting computers and networks to automate systems and ultimately make decisions without human involvement. Sectors such as energy are capitalizing on Industry 4.0 technologies to ensure they can cost effectively receive more data to boost efficiency, productivity and safety. In this webcast, join Industrial IoT experts from MultiTech, Chevron, Yokogawa, Webee, Aloxy, and World Sensing who are driving the long-term implications for industrial cost efficiency through digitization present examples of LoRaWAN deployments that have proven to be successful for day-to-day operations. We will explore several use cases that come into play in large, often hazardous, industrial environments, such as event monitoring, large construction monitoring, warehouse management, and asset tracking. We will look at dashboards for data display and workflows and highlight benefits and the agility of LoRaWAN technology in being a game changer for Industry 4.0.