The capabilities enabled by adoption of IoT technologies are many and varied. Industrial IoT has an impact on everything from manufacturing, maintenance, deployment and in-life servicing or even customisation.
In this event our speakers will focus on how they are using connectivity and data to streamline their products, services and operations to deliver business value. Example use cases from across industries will be used to inform how new business models can be created to drive new revenue generation and enhanced customer experience. Bottom-line cost and operational efficiencies are also key motivators.
Are you an end user, part of the supply chain, a product vendor, maybe all three?...in all cases, there are Industrial IoT and data driven models which can be used to create reactive, predictive, even prescriptive remote maintenance models which can drive operational efficiencies for you or your customers. Disrupt or be disrupted!
We have an amazing line-up of Speakers from the following companies:
Omer Benyamini, Panoramic Power (part of Centrica Business Solutions)
‘Preventative maintenance applications and real time failure detection in Energy Management’
Panoramic Power, part of Centrica Plc, provides wireless, self-powered sensors which measure the electrical current in real time through a non-invasive process. The measurements from the sensors are used to deliver visibility to your operation, significant energy savings, preventive maintenance applications and real time failure detection.
Ali Nicholl, Iotic Labs
‘Everything needs a Digital Twin’
How a digital twin solves the challenges of being simultaneously secure and interoperable within a shared cloud of things.
Graham Dunlop, Senseye
‘Driving Up-Time in the Automotive Industry’
Rob Sheppard, Intel
Only about 10% of IoT data collected by video cameras is viewed and analyzed. Vision solutions that use AI to analyze data right at the edge can deliver near-real time insights to smart cities, retailers, and manufacturers.
Evan Unrue, TechData
‘Start up to Scale, Engaging with the Channel. Pitfalls and Promises’