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OI-06 – Beyond Predictive Maintenance – The Art of the Possible with IoT

Congress Open Industry

Wednesday 30, 14:40h - 15:25h | Auditorium
30-10-2019 14:40 30-10-2019 15:25 Europe/Madrid OI-06 – Beyond Predictive Maintenance – The Art of the Possible with IoT

IoT is fundamentally transforming how we live, work and play. As companies begin to move past the now well-trodden path of initial use cases in IoT such as predictive maintenance, they are beginning to harness the power of sensor-enabled, real-world data to reimagine why, how, and where they deploy IoT- and ultimately, how they make money from it. Lessons from these trailblazers illustrate that success lies in focusing not just on the technology, but more holistically, on a true transformation of the business. In this session we will cover novel IoT use cases and critical ingredients for success in enterprise IoT initiatives.

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IoT is fundamentally transforming how we live, work and play. As companies begin to move past the now well-trodden path of initial use cases in IoT such as predictive maintenance, they are beginning to harness the power of sensor-enabled, real-world data to reimagine why, how, and where they deploy IoT- and ultimately, how they make money from it. Lessons from these trailblazers illustrate that success lies in focusing not just on the technology, but more holistically, on a true transformation of the business. In this session we will cover novel IoT use cases and critical ingredients for success in enterprise IoT initiatives.

Speakers

Pedro Mier

Pedro Mier holds a degree in Telecommunications Engineer ing from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, MBA from ESADE and PADE from IESE. He is currently President of AMETIC (Association of Electronics, Information Technology and Telecommunications Companies of Spain), Shareholder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of TRYO Aerospace & Electronics, Board Member of the Premo Group and Committee of CTTC. member of Space Angels Network and Member of the Sc ientific Advisory

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