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Mark Kraeling

Product Architect | GE Transportation Melbourne, United States of America
Mark Kraeling

Biography

Mark is a Solution Architect for Digital Communications. He is responsible for integration of networking and applications with worldwide customers’ locomotives and infrastructure. In 2019 his book titled Software Engineering for Embedded Systems was published.

Sessions

13:00h
Workshop | Workshops Connected Transport

W1 – Intelligent Connected Vehicles: An Amplified Data Management problem

Mark Kraeling
Mark Kraeling GE Transportation Product Architect
Said Tabet
Said Tabet Dell Technologies Chief Architect, Emerging Technologies & Ecosystems, CTO Office
Andreas Riexinger
Andreas Riexinger Robert Bosch GmbH Product Manager Automated Driving
Sven Schrecker
Sven Schrecker LHP Engineering Services VP of Cyber Security
Kai Hackbarth
Kai Hackbarth Bosch Software Innovations GmbH Evangelist
Klaus Schaaf
Klaus Schaaf Volkswagen AG Distributed Ledger Evangelist
28-10-2019 13:00 28-10-2019 16:00 Europe/Madrid W1 – Intelligent Connected Vehicles: An Amplified Data Management problem

The rapid evolution of mobility platforms and transportation is creating new and serious business and technical challenges driven by the expected Peta and Zetta scale data capture and processing. The new complex ecosystems enabled by AI and Industrial IoT will need to manage this information alongside relevant metadata to offer ways to support the key stakeholders and monetize their services. Other challenges include regulatory and data protection compliance. This workshop will cover the challenges and explore solutions and state of the art research addressing current business and technical limitations.

Hall 1.1 - CC1 - Room 1.1
Mon 28 13:00h - 16:00h Hall 1.1 - CC1 - Room 1.1
12:05h
Parallel Session | Congress Connected Transport

CT-01 – Panel: Trends in Technology for Customers in Connected Transport

Mark Kraeling
Mark Kraeling GE Transportation Product Architect
Helena Lisachuk
Helena Lisachuk Deloitte Consulting Global Lead, IoT
Ricky Branner
Ricky Branner Intel Director Business Development
Sven Schrecker
Sven Schrecker LHP Engineering Services VP of Cyber Security
Said Tabet
Said Tabet Dell Technologies Chief Architect, Emerging Technologies & Ecosystems, CTO Office
29-10-2019 12:05 29-10-2019 12:50 Europe/Madrid CT-01 – Panel: Trends in Technology for Customers in Connected Transport

This moderated, yet totally unscripted, panel of participants will interact heavily with the audience to discuss the newest trends, previous successes and failures, and future of IoT as it relates to Connected Transportation. Attendees in the session can prod for practical aspects around engaging in new IoT technology, developing IoT adoption models, and what to watch.

Auditorium
Tue 29 12:05h - 12:50h Auditorium
11:15h
Parallel Session | Congress Open Industry

OI-08 – Panel Discussion: When World’s Collide: Choices and Challenges in IT/OT Convergence

Don Clark
Don Clark New York Times Freelance Writer
Don DeLoach
Don DeLoach Rocket Wagon Venture Studios Co-Founder and CEO
Mark Kraeling
Mark Kraeling GE Transportation Product Architect
Kai Hackbarth
Kai Hackbarth Bosch Software Innovations GmbH Evangelist
30-10-2019 11:15 30-10-2019 12:00 Europe/Madrid OI-08 – Panel Discussion: When World’s Collide: Choices and Challenges in IT/OT Convergence Auditorium
Wed 30 11:15h - 12:00h Auditorium
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