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Bridging the AI and New Business Models Skills Gaps in Machine Manufacturing

In this webinar, Risto Lehtinen and Antti Karjaluoto of DIMECC will present a new learning concept – Business Model Academy. This learning solution focuses on educating participants about new digital business models and is being implemented with the University of Tampere in Finland.
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    Risto Lehtinen and Antti Karjaluoto
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    - Dr. Juergen Sandau, Partner | Deloitte | Strategy & Operations
    - Dr. Anes Hodzic, VP Digital Transformation | Head of Internet of Things, Airbus
    - Kaipeng Zhang, Global Supply Chain China Senior Vice President, Schneider Electric
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    Join Joe Barkai on April 23 at 11 AM EDT to discuss the lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic and the future of design collaboration in the post-COVID-19 era.
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    Teresa Tung, Accenture; Eric Harper, ABB; Brad Klenz, SAS
    At an IOT Solutions World Congress panel discussion entitled “Embracing Digital Twin” this past October, we shared how to get started with digital twin, its adoption path benefits and challenges, and what to expect in the next five years.

    By having a virtual model of physical assets, digital twin can be used to predict behaviors of the assets, prescribe actions, and design possible versions. Twins incorporate views across asset lifecycle, their relationships, and serves as a foundation for collaboration across engineering design, manufacturing, operation, maintenance, supply chain and logistics.

    Join us for a virtual discussion as our expert panelists discuss how recent events makes it even more critical and present new opportunities to get started and gain benefits with digital twin.

    Moderated by: Teresa Tung, Managing Director, Accenture Labs
    Teresa Tung is a Managing Director at Accenture Labs responsible for Systems & Platforms R&D. Accenture’s most active inventor (170+ patents filed or granted), Teresa’s expertise covers Big Data, IoT, and robotics. Teresa holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering Computer Science from UC Berkeley.

    Panelist: K. Eric Harper, Senior Principal Scientist, ABB Future Labs
    Leading global research focused on software architecture and emerging disruptive technologies, K. Eric Harper is a Senior Principal Scientist with ABB Future Labs responsible for internal projects that leverage machine learning and artificial intelligence to create a more sustainable future.

    Panelist: Brad Klenz, Distinguished IoT Analytics Architect, SAS
    Brad Klenz is Distinguished IoT Analytics Architect at SAS. His responsibilities include the design of analytics required by SAS’ IoT solutions. His recent projects include the use real-time computer vision on edge devices. He is chair of the IIC Industrial Artificial Intelligence task group.
  • Trustworthiness: Evolving IT Security to Support Digital Transformation Recorded: Jan 28 2020 61 mins
    Jim Morrish, Transforma Insights; Bassam Zarkout, IGnPower Inc.
    Digital Transformation (DX) is the strategic realignment associated with the application of digital technologies towards new and improved business, industrial models and processes. A key component in successful transformation is ensuring trustworthiness of your digital systems.

    Trustworthiness is the degree to which an industrial system can be relied on to do what it should, and not to do things that it shouldn’t. During this webinar we will explore why Trustworthiness (especially security) is such an important concept, considering that historically OT (Operational Technology) systems were designed to be resilient, reliable and very safe, whilst IT (Information Technology) systems have been built to be secure, private and reasonably reliable.

    With the advent of IoT and Digital Transformation, the requirements of IT and OT become intertwined. Different industrial environments have their own unique challenges, and as they are digitally transformed, they become more connected, and potentially more vulnerable. The trustworthiness of industrial environments need to be handled differently than the traditional IT environment and newly IT/OT-converged systems must meet trustworthiness considerations associated with each.

    Bottom line: Failure to address the trustworthiness issues of IoT systems (especially security) can put the organization’s DX strategy at risk, resulting in serious negative consequences such as missed market opportunities and wasted critical investments in DX initiatives.

    In this webinar we will explore:
    •What is Trustworthiness?
    •How much trustworthiness do you need?
    •The trustworthiness journey
    •Best practices for managing trustworthiness
    •Applying Trustworthiness to Digital Transformation
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