Reactive, Predictive, Prescriptive – Evolving your IIoT

Brought to you by The Industrial IoT Group

Industry is continually challenged to improve efficiency & productivity and the IoT promises to help make that a reality. However the pace of change driven by technology has never been faster. So what’s your strategy – do you wait or do you embrace the Industrial IoT? If so how?

About the event

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’

You can follow @CambWireless on Twitter and tweet about this event using #CWIndustrialIoT.

The Bradfield Centre

The Bradfield Centre is managed & operated by Central Working on behalf of Trinity College Cambridge. We are a collaborative, entrepreneurial community of innovative start-ups and scale-ups. This stunning building is the house for over 250 members across 62 companies, with a focus on deep tech projects. We offer a mix of memberships from hot desking to private offices. If you want to join the community here, find out more about what we do, free venue hire or have a tour of the building, feel free to approach us at the end of the event or ask in Reception.

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13:00

Registration and networking with refreshments

13:45

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.

14:05

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.

14:25

Q&A

14:40

Graham Dunlop, Senseye

‘Driving Up-Time in the Automotive Industry’

15:00

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.

15:20

Q&A

15:35

Evan Unrue, TechData

‘Start up to Scale, Engaging with the Channel. Pitfalls and Promises’

15:55

Q&A

16:10

Refreshments and Networking

17:00

Panel discussion

17:30

Event Close

Speakers

Omer Benyamini - Solutions Consultant - Panoramic Power, Centrica Business Solutions

Omer is responsible for all customers of Panoramic Power in the UK and Ireland region, as part of his role he participates in the pre-sale process, onboarding new customers, setting up the system and responsible for training workshops and ongoing support. Omer is working as part of Panoramic Power for the last 3.5 years, during the first 2 years he also developed the foundation of all existing customer facing reports. He holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Tel Aviv and is based in the UK.

Rob Sheppard - UK IoT Sales Director, Intel

Within the worldwide IoT Group Sales organisation Rob is responsible for driving IoT sales for the UK market.
Rob joined Intel in 1982 and has held a broad range of technical, marketing and management roles having built a strong background in the information technology and business to business markets.
He holds a joint honours degree in Computer Science and Electronic Engineering from the University of Birmingham and is based in the UK.

Ali Nicholl - Head of Sales and Marketing, Iotic Labs

Ali is the Head of Engagement at Iotic, working across customers, partners and Iotic Ecosystem. Ali is focused on the co-creation of transformative services and solutions, that meet genuine business challenges today and are future flexible for as yet undefined futures. Leading the Sales and Marketing activity at Iotic, Ali is passionate about enabling and empowering individuals and organisations with Digital Twins and the secure interoperability they enable. Amy Webb noted that “The future doesn’t simply arrive fully formed overnight, but emerges step by step”. The vast potential that can be unlocked by enabling things, systems and individuals to share, discover and interact with one another must be married to clear understanding of business benefits and the clarity that those first steps can be taken with confidence.

Graham Dunlop - Product Lead, Senseye

Graham has 25 years’ experience of software product development gained in the public and private sector. At Senseye, an innovate start-up providing scalable predictive maintenance, he is responsible for leading product development to deliver growth across all sectors with a focus on automotive. 

Evan Unrue - Chief Technologist, Iot, Analytics & Cognitive EMEA, TechData

Evan Unrue is the EMEA Chief Technologist for IoT and Analytics and has worked within Tech Data (A global Technology Distributor) for 13 years. Having been the technology lead for converged infrastructure up until 2016, Evan has since been focused on driving Eco-System engagement within IoT and Analytics, with a view to on-boarding the right mix of technology vendors to support the EMEA Tech Data go to market for IoT. Evan also has the technical function of driving technical evangelism and providing country teams with tools and information to support local IoT Engagement.

SIG Champions

Iain Davidson - Head of Marketing, Arkessa

In a career spanning 20 years with BAE SYSTEMS, Motorola, Freescale & Arkessa, Iain has worked in a number of roles from hardware/firmware design, systems integration, IoT Business Development and Marketing. He is on the lookout for compelling new IoT devices/applications and especially a creative business model approach which can simplify adoption and scale. Currently, Iain runs Marketing at Arkessa.

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Peter Montgomery - Strategic Partnerships, GSMA

Peter currently leads strategic partnership activities for the GSMA. He works with key stakeholders in the mobile telecoms market to collaborate on GSMA led industry initiatives with the aim of facilitating and triggering market expansion, enabling scale and fostering innovation. In turn lowering the barriers to widespread adoption of technologies such as mobile broadband and enabling new emerging solutions such as embedded mobile to gain a sure foothold. Having acquired a degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Birmingham University, Peter moved swiftly into the commercial world where he led marketing and business development activities at Marconi, Symbian and then Nokia before arriving at the GSMA.

Andy Rhodes - Operations Director, 42 Technology

Andy has over 30 years of international experience in the development of wireless communications and tracking products and systems. He has sector experience in industrial and consumer electronics, commercial telecoms, high reliability satellite systems and security & defence. At 42 Technology, a technology and product development consultancy, he has recent first-hand experience of delivering an Industrial IoT system deployment with 1000's of devices across UK and Europe, operating in harsh and hazardous environments, to provide quality data that can change the operating business model for the industry.

Rob Sheppard - UK IoT Sales Director, Intel

Within the worldwide IoT Group Sales organisation Rob is responsible for driving IoT sales for the UK market.
Rob joined Intel in 1982 and has held a broad range of technical, marketing and management roles having built a strong background in the information technology and business to business markets.
He holds a joint honours degree in Computer Science and Electronic Engineering from the University of Birmingham and is based in the UK.

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The Bradfield Centre, 184 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge, CB4 0GA

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