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Moderated by Dr. Andreas Middendorf, Fraunhofer-Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration Panelists: Ninad Deshpande, Specialist – Open Technologies, B&R Industrial Automation Shekhar Sanyal, Director & Country Head, India,IET India Marutish Varanasi, Head of Big Data Analytics and Data Sciences,Marvelogic Consultancy Services Hrishikesh Kamat, CEO,...
The 60 approved Smart Cities have all submitted their proposals on solutions required to make their cities ‘smart’. This includes a set of IoT-powered requirements. The talk aims to provide an insight into these solutions.  
This talk would be about the impacts of IoT, AI and analytics in tomorrow’s world. The speaker would discuss the Market opportunity for AI and IoT in a broad spectrum. He will also discuss Intel’s vision on AI and...
We’re in the midst of a major technology shift—the Internet of Things, or “IoT”—as billions of devices and objects are becoming intelligently connected. The IoT offers exciting new revenue streams and growth opportunities for carriers and manufacturers, but comes...
Moderated by Avinash Kaushik, Founder, Revvx Hardware/IOT Accelerator Panelists: Sumit Laad, Country Head, Amazon Launchpad Zainul Charbiwala, founder & CTO, Tricog Health Deboprio Ghosh, Founder & CEO, Rewango Bahubali Shete, Founder & CEO, IOTPOT New innovations and technical capabilities will continue to transform the...
You may have read how Microsoft customers such as ThyssenKrupp Elevator and Rockwell Automation are applying Internet of Things (IoT) concepts to transform their business. Their deployments reflect the bottom-line impact that is possible with advanced IoT initiatives. For...
The buzzwords smart cities, industry 4.0, autonomous driving, telemedicine, or ambient assisted living are driven by mega trends in the societies worldwide. It can be sub summarized as an ongoing trend of penetration with electronics. Realized advantages can be...
The most significant transformational changes in industry so far have been triggered by technological advancements – shifts of magnitude high enough to be called ‘revolutions’. The next industrial revolution is happening now, and powering it is a wave of...