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Douglas Saunders

VP and CIO | Advanced Disposal Services Ponte Vedra Beach, United States of America

Biography

Doug Saunders serves as CIO & Vice President for Advanced Disposal, a 1.6-billion-dollar (USD) environmental services company based in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL.

Sessions

17:25h
Congress Open Industry

OI-01 – Using Mobile, IoT and Data Analytics to Take a Localized Approach to the Global Waste Problem

Douglas Saunders Advanced Disposal Services VP and CIO
30-10-2019 17:25 30-10-2019 18:10 Europe/Madrid OI-01 – Using Mobile, IoT and Data Analytics to Take a Localized Approach to the Global Waste Problem

Managing and correctly disposing of or recycling the world's waste is a problem that has reached critical levels. By utilizing mobile, IoT and predictive analytics, the companies charged with disposing and recycling everyday waste are taking a more pro-active approach to the problem. They are also getting customers more involved in the process and building electronic bridges that connect smart trash receptacles, trucks, and landfills in a conservation network that can eventually lead to a cleaner planet. This presentation will outline the techniques and some of the innovative pilot projects launched by a major U.S. waste management company as it combines emerging technology with sustainability best practices to preserve the world for future generations.

Auditorium
17:25h - 18:10h Auditorium
18:15h
Congress Open Industry

OI-13 – Voices from the Edge: The Shift from Sensor Intelligence-Gathering to Real-World Enterprise Solutions

Timothy Scannell International Data Corporation Director of Strategic Content, CIO Executive Council
Douglas Saunders Advanced Disposal Services VP and CIO
Nicole Coughlin Raimundo Town of Cary, North Carolina Chief Information and Marketing Officer
Sumita Yadav Catholic Health Services of Long Island Vice President, Cardiovascular and Orthopedic Service Lines
30-10-2019 18:15 30-10-2019 19:00 Europe/Madrid OI-13 – Voices from the Edge: The Shift from Sensor Intelligence-Gathering to Real-World Enterprise Solutions

Worldwide spending on IoT will reach $745B this year with an expected 14.2B connected IoT devices in operation.  So, it’s no surprise that most every company in the world has IoT systems in place or is at least thinking about how they might be included as part of an overall enterprise strategy.  Most deployments will incorporate intelligence at the edge to pre-process collected data - expected to amount to more than 79 zettabytes by 2025, according to IDC. Join us as end-users on the frontline of enterprise initiatives voice their opinions on key areas in enterprise IoT deployments. The discussion will focus on what is technically effective and socially acceptable, including data ownership, privacy, regulatory compliance and even algorithmic bias – all important as new regulations take shape and laws put in place that dictate just who controls IoT devices and the data they generate.

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18:15h - 19:00h Auditorium
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