IIoT is out of its growth years and into its prime. With these prime years comes responsibility, partnerships and commitments.IIoT has seen tremendous growth and almost everything has been connected, however, the question to ask is, have things been connected the way it should be? Is the data being used responsibly amidst all the data laws? Is AI the right partner for IOT moving ahead? Is the return on investment going to show up finally?In the previous editions, we have addressed the overbuzzed hype and the potential of the disruption. At the 5th Annual Conference of Things, we take a look at your role, decisions and influence to shape the digital future of your organisation to address some of the crucial questions facing us in manufacturing at the turn of the decade. Get industry acumen on optimising your data collection, faster processing in the edge and harmonising legacy systems with your modern arsenal. The conference will cover three tracks: Leveraging your Connections, Social-Moral-Security Concerns and Adopting Business AI.
Are your customers reluctant to share their data with you? Are you compliant with all the data policies? Are you taking measures to secure your data connections? Understand how your industry peers are overcoming these challenges slowly but surely. Listen to case studies about building trust amongst your customers and conducting joint development to implement IoT and AI.
Leveraging your Connections
Understand what the buzzwords Cloud, Edge and Fog mean to you as a business leader and how does it affect your customers. Sensors are becoming smarter, accurate and cheaper allowing more flexibility of use. Discuss how localisation of data processing can lead to faster processes allowing more flexibility and agility for your customers. Discuss with the early technology adopters about the 5G and what it means for you.
Adopting Business AI
Everyone is talking about AI enabled Chat-bots, search optimisations and autonomous cars, but how does it concern you as a business leader in manufacturing? It doesn’t, but what matters is Business AI to help you make business decisions, automate your services and learn to solve problems faster. We dive into the applications to help your business models, find new areas to expand in and provide your customers with the utmost experiences.