DIGITAL SUMMIT 2020
Join us for an exciting new virtual event, where you will learn about the evolution of digital twins, AI and Cybersecurity and their applicability to multiple sectors including manufacturing, construction, transportation, smart buildings, healthcare, energy and military.
2 DECEMBER 2020
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE DAY
Use-case oriented approach to content, attend and learn how adding AI to IoT can bring the solutions to the next level.
3 DECEMBER 2020
Latest digital twin innovations and include end users presenting real case studies about improved decision making and operational efficiency, and vendors discussing DT platforms, interoperability, security and standards.
WHAT WILL YOU FIND
Nothing beats a face-to-face interaction, but let’s face it, we can’t make that happen for you in 2020! Instead, connect virtually with your peers across the IoT ecosystem, from the comfort of your own space.
Visit our sponsors virtual booths and get a look at how their emerging AI technologies are changing the industry and landscape. Speak with a representative to hear all they have to offer!
Can’t join us those days but still want to be a part of the event? That’s the beauty of going digital. You can access to our event anytime, anywhere!
Community Dialogs will virtually unite organized groups of qualified attendees to discuss a particular digital transformation issue or opportunity. We take the stress out of networking so you can focus on connecting with the IoT community and building your business. By invitation only.
Start the conversation way before the event kicks off by joining our Community Boards! Ask our speakers your most pressing questions, check in with peers to see how they are navigating through this time, or just stop by to say hello!
A new digital event
2-3 DECEMBER 2020
Three Regional Start Times
Registration opens soon
AI DAY AGENDA
DIGITAL TWIN DAY AGENDA
2019 HIGHLIGHTS GALLERY
OBJECTIVES OF THE DIGITAL SUMMIT 2020
President and Executive Director
Senior Editor and Co-Founder
IOT for all
Rob Van Kranenburg
Industrial Internet Consortium