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Aymeric Sarrazin

CEO, IoT Services | Siemens Munich, Germany
Aymeric Sarrazin

Biography

Aymeric joined Siemens in 2011 as part of the company’s CEO Leadership Program and has held positions in the US, China, and Germany including Senior Vice President of Controls and Digitalization and Vice President of Strategy, both within the Power Generation Services Division.

Sessions

12:55h
Parallel Session - Sponsor | Congress Open Industry

OI-05 The Internet of Humans: Why People Matter in IoT Transformations

Aymeric Sarrazin
Aymeric Sarrazin Siemens CEO, IoT Services
29-10-2019 12:55 29-10-2019 13:40 Europe/Madrid OI-05 The Internet of Humans: Why People Matter in IoT Transformations

27% of corporate IoT transformation projects are stuck in proof of concept limbo. What’s the solution? This session will explore insights from our latest industry pulse report, highlighting three different case studies connected by one crucial factor: the central role of people in the success and scaling of IoT transformation. An automotive OEM launched a 5-year rollout of an enterprise software solution intended to streamline productivity across the company. An international multichannel distribution company needed to develop, validate and realize a best-in-class mobile solution to support its technicians. A major food packaging company made a significant investment in its equipment, including state-of-the-art automation. But anticipated results remained elusive. What was missing? An IoT transformation plan that included people.

Room 2
Tue 29 12:55h - 13:40h Room 2

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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