This October 25-27 “The Congress” will be held in Spain. It’s a 3-day program with more than 200 top-level speakers who are today’s most influential IoT thought leaders. 8000 IoT pioneers will gather together to share knowledge, present visions and explain how IoT is affecting many industries such as Manufacturing, Healthcare, Energy & Utilities, Transportation & Logistics, Innovation, Technology and more… Congress attendees will hear from end-users, deployment experts, standards organizations, government agencies, and industry peers that are realizing the potential of the Industrial IoT landscape.
Schneider Electric will display and present throughout the event how industrial IoT innovations, technologies, standards and the utilization of data is changing business models and creating service revenue streams that were previously unforeseen.
Prith Banerjee, Schneider Electric’s EVP & Chief Technology Officer will participate on a panel to discuss the practical aspects of digital ethics from establishing a code of ethics, maintaining ethics across the data supply chain, to the intersection of ethics and automated decision making. He will also host a keynote session called Leading in IoT with Innovation at Every Level where he will share how the Internet of Things (IoT) and the convergence of Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT) are enabling companies to deliver more innovation at every level, from connected products to edge control, from services to software, both on premise and in the cloud.
My session which will close the event is called The Internet of Things Impact On Data Centers and The Edge discusses new architectures and designs for data centers at the regional level or at the network edge. How leading techniques are being utilized to bring local capacity on-line fast. We introduce how the Internet of Things and analytics will enable a more effective way to manage and maintain data centers. For more information about The Edge, read the white paper, “The Drivers and Benefits of Edge Computing.”
As IoT starts to gain adoption and benefits start to have a material transformation on people’s everyday lives it’s an exciting time and I look forward to giving all the readers a preview of where it is going.