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Past Virtual Conferences

One of a kind online conference dedicated to you that will bring together subject matters experts from all over the world to share insights on their digital transformation journey, focusing on trends, challenges, concerns, best practices, the development of compelling business models for transitioning to IoT technologies and real case studies. The content is catered for CxO, executives, and business line management, as well as technology-oriented executives

When you are managing multiple products or product lines, each may have their own custom operating system (OS). And small software differences between products can evolve and result in significant challenges, including differences in how you integrate, deploy and maintain the disparate systems. That can mean your best developers spend more time maintaining open source software than working on new cloud, security, IoT and other features needed to keep up with client demands. Learn how organizations have transformed their businesses and increased new product introductions with a platform architecture strategy. In this interactive panel discussion, we’ll discuss how standardizing software and the OS across products can help you release more products without increasing the number of developers on your team. We’ll explore how standardization can enable software reuse and increase flexibility, so you are less reliant on a single silicon or hardware vendor.

We live in volatile times and manufacturing challenges have never been greater. Will you be ready to run when the next expansion happens? How do you determine the best outcomes to focus on and the associated ROI? Is there a plan for business process alignment, change management bridging gaps in IT & OT? Are your processes and operations scalable, immune to market upsets and future proof?

The industrial world has a long history of modernizing their process controls in order to keep production running efficiently and safely while minimizing downtime. Yet many are locked in established IIoT data historian solutions that are expensive, outdated, don’t interoperate with other systems, and don’t run on a broad range of device and sensor hardware…

Simulation has been used in many years in the process industry, but now the industry is taking this to a higher level. From being used for smaller parts of the plant and operator training, now more and more of the plant can be simulated as a digital twin following the plant life cycle for improved safety and productivity. When the simulator becomes the control system master, the plant can reduce risk for unplanned shutdowns and blackouts. According to Gartner, 75% of organisations implementing IoT technology already use digital twins as part of their system, or are planning to do so within a year…

Cities are under pressure. More than two-thirds of the world’s population will live in urban areas by 2050. This is creating a wide range of challenges, such as the poor quality of air in Los Angeles, inefficient water systems in Buenos Aires, and gridlock on roads from London to Mumbai. Get insights on how to address these issues by intelligently utilizing data. All cities are creating data; they just aren’t yet gathering, analyzing, and using the information effectively. In the context of the World Expo project, you will learn how using IoT technologies to turn data into smart data can make cities better for society and the environment…