Learn from a panel of insiders how to avoid common pitfalls to get your projects successfully funded and implemented. The ongoing digitalization enables industries to launch innovative products and services, but at the same time brings numerous challenges. One of these is time-to-market and the implementation of new offerings on existing systems. This session will explore how new, recurring business models in IoT are being implemented today to help companies achieve breakthroughs, including the development of 'as a Service'.
Learn how Blockchain builds trust in a multi-sided business delivery model and how artificial intelligence is helping to gain consumer insights. Across all industries, billions of remote assets will soon be connected to increase productivity, reduce costs, and create new revenue streams, in ways previously unthinkable. This moderated, yet totally unscripted, panel of participants will discuss some of the pressing challenges which facing these enterprises are facing when they want to connect their remote assets, as well as and cover the latest trends in IoT connectivity.
The panelists will also discuss talk about ground-breaking innovations from the cellular and satellite industries, some of which are becoming a reality today.
Join us for this session for thought-provoking debates and accelerated learnings from renowned industry and IoT industry experts. They provide consumers with new services that make tasks easier, from downloading new programs to installing new software releases for appliances and receiving remote diagnostics and monitoring. Learn how they developed a system architecture that enables a secure connection for their products, enabling them to provide their customers with convenient services without compromising on security, including remote diagnostics and monitoring, the ability to download new programs and the ability to install new software releases for appliances.
In fact, some of the data that should arguably be publicly accessible can help create products and services such as improved brakes that may eventually become standard. Creating cost-effective ecosystems is key to achieving the highest ROI. In this session, we will explore what data should be stored in the vehicle, the cloud, the edge, or at a data center; how data is collected from other vehicles, infrastructure, and the environment through sensors; and how to set up data management systems to collect, index, and tag the data to aid analysis and support AI workloads.
We will consider different scenarios, such as using black box systems vs. The challenge then becomes how to manage these new servers while maintaining data integrity, security and availability. Scaling from a small proof-of-concept environment, to a smart factory can challenge even the most willing manufacturer. Through collaboration between IT and OT teams, manufacturers have been able to standardize and deploy industrial grade IT infrastructure with proven IT management, ensuring scalability, security and manageability.
Join this dynamic session to hear how a leading tools manufacturer, a global automotive manufacturer, and several other customers have overcome the PoC to production scaling challenges. AI is powering the breakneck transition from the Information Age to the Age of Intelligent Machines and creating profound changes in business and society.
Autonomous cars, personalized medicine, chatbots and co-bots, and other types of intelligent machines promise to automate processes, boost efficiencies, and create new disruptive products and services. But these intelligent machines will also track our every move, create and expose societal biases, eliminate jobs, and, some fear, will one day develop a will of their own and go rogue. In his talk, Joe will offer a perspective on the future of AI and machine-learning technologies.
He will explain the principles of AI and machine learning technologies, what they can and cannot do at least not in the foreseeable future , and discuss the opportunities and threats posed by autonomous machines in a future dominated by AI. Renewables, like solar or wind, have empowered everyone to become an energy generator. This technology will reduce the price you pay, reduce blackouts and increase the amount of green energy we use.
While DLTs have the ability to disrupt many different parts of our lives,one of the most significant areas it will affect is how we produce and consume electricity. This session will explore the impact of DLTs on the ways we personally distribute and consume electricity. We will examine real world examples used in the energy industry and what the future of energy generation, distribution and consumption will look like. We are told that the world is digitizing and the solution is technology but digitization is a one-way street — from old to new ways of working with new and untested eco systems.
Success in a digital world will be driven by the partners you embed rather than the technology you select. This session will explore how to improve the management of water and energy in cities through the use of artificial intelligence, helping to meet UN SGD 6: "Ensure access to water and sanitation for all". In Madrid, as in any other big city, the combination of public and private mobility services promise to provide citizens new ways of transport that could help to reduce the number of cars in the city. One important friction point for citizens to start using mobility services is that each service require an independent "onboarding" in the operator "APP" to be able to use the service.
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Thanks to blockchain technology, the mobility ecosystem can authenticate and validate users, register transactions for payments and shared operational data between the different participants, facilitating the access of citizens to their services maintaining citizens data privacy.
In this session, we will share examples of organizations that have rapidly put their aspirations into play at planet-scale. Learn how Xi IoT can be used in smart retail to do cashierless checkout systems, in smart cities to do traffic analysis, and in smart factories to do predictive maintenance and product quality checks. The EU's GDPR puts the spotlight on the topic of personal data, and individuals are concerned about big tech companies monetizing their data and privacy. Businesses struggle with regulations like these. On the one hand they collect and use tremendous amounts of personal data for delivering services we all want, while also trying to comply with GDPR's requirements.
During this fireside chat we explore how enterprises are trying to marry conflicting goals regarding data collection with individual desire for privacy and control. We specifically focus on blockchain technologies and the privacy challenges these bring with them. But we also discuss what options blockchain technologies may offer actually help complying with privacy rules like the GDPR. The session will explore the use and benefits of IoT devices that leverage AI to utilize observed data and enable process understanding, as well as asset optimization to leverage hidden potential in manufacturing processes.
In industrial factory automation, the OPC Foundation's Unified Architecture OPC UA has fast become the universal interoperability foundation for structuring and accessing metadata and configuration of complex factory systems down to the smallest components, and for flowing state information and telemetry between the components of such systems and providing telemetry and process data into external business and control systems, either on the factory floor or in the cloud. The DIN standardization effort builds on this foundation and attempts to answer the question how the value proposition of 'product as a service' can be realized for all suppliers in the industrial equipment supply chain: How can the manufacturer of a sensor built into a drive built into a robot that is part of a production cell get access to live telemetry information from its product?
How are telemetry streams structured? How are they routed and filtered and split?
How are trade secrets protected? Nowadays, most manufacturers are focused on digital transformation and eager to achieve game-changing results with their products and process. While some have achieved success, others struggle to get started and some ponder how to leverage an overwhelming amount of data.
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It will also discuss the challenges, successes and the initial efforts that are slow but ultimately achievement of the significantly impactful outcomes. Market economics and dynamics in the energy sector are changing rapidly, creating a compelling reason to consider new distributed energy solutions to support sustainability and carbon reduction objectives.
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Heightened energy prices and challenges to the larger grid have made localized distributed energy solutions highly cost competitive. The benefits of renewable energy with storage span even further: Imagine not being crippled by a grid outage, or sustaining full operational during a time of crisis?
When the proper advanced technologies are in play, the combination of renewable energy coupled with a microgrid and battery storage enable true resiliency at its finest.
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In the session, we will learn about the experiences and stories of renewable energy implementation on U. The concept of a Liquid Hospital is not just supported by technology but is only possible through combining IoT technology, innovative ways of working and modern innovation. Breaking down the systemised walls for the provision of care is the key to disruption. This session spotlights Sanitas' Hospital-at-Home unit, which provides safe, high-quality, hospital-level care to patients in the comfort of their own homes, through an IoT connected health platform.
Discover how modern innovation is driving constant contact between patient and health provider, by connecting medical wearables with a mobile app. See how all data is analyzed by the artificial intelligence system, which generates alarms in case of decompensation of the disease and warns the health care team, to contact the patient by video visit.
Industrial Internet Consortium Leads the Way This session will explore where organizations are deploying IoT today and the specific problems they are solving. Join our panel of experts for a lively discussion on the state of the IOT market, and how the Industrial Internet Consortium is leveraging its diverse membership of enterprises, vendors, and service providers to collaborate and solve real-world problems. IoT solutions are generating more and more data. This data is being collected and stored in blockchain systems.
These blockchain systems are now allowing individuals to have control over their data in a way that hasn't happened before. This panel of experts will explore how consumers can monetize their data without giving up their privacy. AI promises great opportunity, and with that comes great responsibility. Recent rapid advancement of AI has given rise to ethical concerns about AI: from its unintended consequences to job displacement.
In this talk, we will discuss a practical framework and approach to Responsible AI that aligns AI design and deployment to a company's core values and ethical principles in order to benefit customers, employees, businesses and society. In this session, a panel of experts will explore how new tenant engagement technologies offer benefits for building stakeholders of all types, including building owners, properties owners, asset managers, facility managers and occupants.
Discover how IoT applications are growing margins and enabling features such as more efficient building operations, enhanced tenant relationships, and new revenue generation opportunities. This panel will showcase how companies, across various industry sectors, are using IoT technologies to enable their digital transformation.
Discover how different enabling technologies are being deployed for end-to-end IoT solutions and learn how these companies measure the outcomes from these deployments. See how gas tanks are sending critical information like filling levels or temperature to ensure the operational efficiency optimize the logistics and routes and end-user satisfaction predictive maintenance and demand anticipation.
This approach has high potential to make a significant public health and economic impact to reduce asthma-related morbidity and mortality. IoTopia is built on four pillars — secure by design; device intent; autonomous, scalable and secure onboarding; and device lifecycle management — and gives device makers a blueprint for how to build secure devices without having to become cybersecurity experts.