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Emerging Technologies & IoT: How AI, AR and Blockchain Are Shaping The Future

When it comes to innovation, we've arguably seen more technological advancements over the last ten years than at any other point in time. Technology as we know it is changing before our eyes. We see the merging of the digital and physical worlds through technologies such as augmented reality; artificial intelligence enables computers to think faster than humans, and blockchain technology is considered by many to be the greatest technological innovation since the internet.

More importantly, we're not only seeing new technologies but the convergence and intersection of multiple technologies as they extend and create new capabilities through their collaboration. The era of combinatorial innovation is upon us, and the combined impact of augmented reality, artificial intelligence, blockchain and other technologies on Connected Industry will be unprecedented.

This webinar provides an opportunity to explore and consider the applications of new technologies as they related to IoT and Connected Industry.

We'll take a look at:

- The current status of AI, AR, blockchain and distributed ledger technologies and their role in empowering Connected Industry
- Benefits and risks of evolution
- Use cases across multiple industries
- Future timelines and predictions
Recorded Jul 5 2019 57 mins
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Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners
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  • Digital Industry M&A - Bringing Clarity to Chaos Recorded: May 21 2020 58 mins
    Doug Harp, Bill O'Such & Ben Tao, Momenta Partners, Stefan Hofmeyer, Global PMI Partners
    M&A is increasingly critical in the Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Digital Industry market (i.e. the digitization and associated integration of digital technologies in the industrial sector) and is the primary way fast-followers who face disruption can react before they lose market share and profitability.

    However, identifying the right acquisition strategy in a rapidly changing market requires much more than choosing a company from a landscape diagram of logos. How does a company in energy, manufacturing, industrial, transportation or logistics find the right targets that leverages their “crown jewels” and their “opportunity to win”. Even with a crisp strategy, how do you identify value drivers and create a clear integration plan for success?

    This webinar will be moderated by Doug Harp, Managing Partner of Momenta Advisory in association with a panel of thought leaders and experts in Digital Industry M&A. This includes Stefan Hofmeyer, Partner, Global PMI Partners and from Momenta Partners, Bill O’Such, Principal Partner and Ben Tao, Partner.

    In this webinar we’ll explore:

    · M&A trends in IoT, IIoT and Digital Industry
    · How can M&A ensure you aren’t left behind in a growing market and can leap-frog the competition?
    · How do you tell the difference between a good and a bad M&A Strategy?
    · Why conventional M&A via Investment Bankers won’t work at this stage of the market
    · How to identify the right targets in a dynamic and immature market
    · How to ensure success in an M&A transaction from discovery to Post-Deal optimization
  • Digital Industry M&A - Bringing Clarity to Chaos Recorded: May 14 2020 59 mins
    Doug Harp, Bill O'Such & Ben Tao, Momenta Partners, Stefan Hofmeyer, Global PMI Partners
    M&A is increasingly critical in the Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Digital Industry market (i.e. the digitization and associated integration of digital technologies in the industrial sector) and is the primary way fast-followers who face disruption can react before they lose market share and profitability.

    However, identifying the right acquisition strategy in a rapidly changing market requires much more than choosing a company from a landscape diagram of logos. How does a company in energy, manufacturing, industrial, transportation or logistics find the right targets that leverages their “crown jewels” and their “opportunity to win”. Even with a crisp strategy, how do you identify value drivers and create a clear integration plan for success?

    This webinar will be moderated by Doug Harp, Managing Partner of Momenta Advisory in association with a panel of thought leaders and experts in Digital Industry M&A. This includes Stefan Hofmeyer, Partner, Global PMI Partners and from Momenta Partners, Bill O’Such, Principal Partner and Ben Tao, Partner.

    In this webinar we’ll explore:

    · M&A trends in IoT, IIoT and Digital Industry
    · How can M&A ensure you aren’t left behind in a growing market and can leap-frog the competition?
    · How do you tell the difference between a good and a bad M&A Strategy?
    · Why conventional M&A via Investment Bankers won’t work at this stage of the market
    · How to identify the right targets in a dynamic and immature market
    · How to ensure success in an M&A transaction from discovery to Post-Deal optimization
  • The Newest Normal: Crisis = Danger + Opportunity Recorded: Apr 23 2020 59 mins
    Momenta Partners
    COVID-19 has inflicted unprecedented societal and economic shock as governments and health care systems respond tirelessly to the contagion. Global markets have experienced drastic downturns with trillions of dollars in capitalization being lost as the virus spreads.

    Now is the time to prepare for the eventual new normal while extracting positive and actionable lessons from the crisis. Vast digital capabilities are at our disposal and these can keep the economy functioning. Amongst other things, digital enables crisis-proof operation automation and strong remote workforce capabilities.

    But how exactly will our world look when COVID-19 abates? How will digitalization be impacted? We believe this crisis accentuates digital transformation’s importance and that efforts to develop, proliferate, and implement digital strategies will accelerate. In the coming months/years, digital will drastically reshape entire industries, rendering organizations better prepared for crises.

    Crisis = Danger + Opportunity. In a time of great economic crisis, digital is the answer.

    Join us for a special webinar wherein we discuss the global implications of COVID-19 and what enterprises can expect post-crisis. These key topics will be explored:

    Assessing the crisis:
    - What is the extent of disruption to different industries?
    - Making sense of the market.
    - The impact on global supply chains.

    Responding and evolving:
    - How will businesses adapt to increasingly remote work forces?
    - What technologies will now emerge to address the risks of disruption to workforces?

    From here on out:
    - What will this crisis permanently change?
    - What industries are better prepared and which need to catch up?
    - How to capitalize on the new normal?
  • The Newest Normal: Crisis = Danger + Opportunity Recorded: Apr 17 2020 59 mins
    Momenta Partners
    COVID-19 has inflicted unprecedented societal and economic shock as governments and health care systems respond tirelessly to the contagion. Global markets have experienced drastic downturns with trillions of dollars in capitalization being lost as the virus spreads.

    Now is the time to prepare for the eventual new normal while extracting positive and actionable lessons from the crisis. Vast digital capabilities are at our disposal and these can keep the economy functioning. Amongst other things, digital enables crisis-proof operation automation and strong remote workforce capabilities.

    But how exactly will our world look when COVID-19 abates? How will digitalization be impacted? We believe this crisis accentuates digital transformation’s importance and that efforts to develop, proliferate, and implement digital strategies will accelerate. In the coming months/years, digital will drastically reshape entire industries, rendering organizations better prepared for crises.

    Crisis = Danger + Opportunity. In a time of great economic crisis, digital is the answer.

    Join us for a special webinar wherein we discuss the global implications of COVID-19 and what enterprises can expect post-crisis. These key topics will be explored:

    Assessing the crisis:
    - What is the extent of disruption to different industries?
    - Making sense of the market.
    - The impact on global supply chains.

    Responding and evolving:
    - How will businesses adapt to increasingly remote work forces?
    - What technologies will now emerge to address the risks of disruption to workforces?

    From here on out:
    - What will this crisis permanently change?
    - What industries are better prepared and which need to catch up?
    - How to capitalize on the new normal?
  • The Newest Normal: Crisis = Danger + Opportunity Recorded: Apr 16 2020 60 mins
    Momenta Partners
    COVID-19 has inflicted unprecedented societal and economic shock as governments and health care systems respond tirelessly to the contagion. Global markets have experienced drastic downturns with trillions of dollars in capitalization being lost as the virus spreads.

    Now is the time to prepare for the eventual new normal while extracting positive and actionable lessons from the crisis. Vast digital capabilities are at our disposal and these can keep the economy functioning. Amongst other things, digital enables crisis-proof operation automation and strong remote workforce capabilities.

    But how exactly will our world look when COVID-19 abates? How will digitalization be impacted? We believe this crisis accentuates digital transformation’s importance and that efforts to develop, proliferate, and implement digital strategies will accelerate. In the coming months/years, digital will drastically reshape entire industries, rendering organizations better prepared for crises.

    Crisis = Danger + Opportunity. In a time of great economic crisis, digital is the answer.

    Join us for a special webinar wherein we discuss the global implications of COVID-19 and what enterprises can expect post-crisis. These key topics will be explored:

    Assessing the crisis:
    - What is the extent of disruption to different industries?
    - Making sense of the market.
    - The impact on global supply chains.

    Responding and evolving:
    - How will businesses adapt to increasingly remote work forces?
    - What technologies will now emerge to address the risks of disruption to workforces?

    From here on out:
    - What will this crisis permanently change?
    - What industries are better prepared and which need to catch up?
    - How to capitalize on the new normal?
  • The Intelligent Edge: The Next Frontier of IoT Innovation Recorded: Feb 27 2020 57 mins
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners
    With the explosion of Internet-connected devices that help us make sense of our world through data collection and analytics, we’re seeing a distributed model emerge with the rise of edge and mobile edge computing.  Edge computing platforms operate closer to the network edge, and closer to things and data sources, integrating the capabilities of networks, storage, and applications. 

    This webinar takes a thoughtful and engaging look at the current state of fog and intelligent computing, with industry experts sharing real-life examples. It forecasts a future where edge-cloud hybrids or data hives are able to provide greater analytics and value-add to industry than ever before.
  • Predictions 2020: IoT, Cloud and AI Tilt the Digital Industry Playing Field Recorded: Feb 20 2020 60 mins
    Leif Eriksen, Insights Partner, Momenta Partners
    Digital Industry is fundamentally altering the dynamics of the industrial and infrastructure sectors. The rapid development of digital innovations – most notably the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud, and artificial intelligence (AI) – is radically redefining what is operationally possible while creating a great deal of organizational uncertainty and stress. Becoming defensive in the face of digital disruption will only delay the reckoning. The best strategy is to get ahead of the curve by creating a Digital Industry strategy that reflects the changes coming to your industry.

    Join leading Digital Industry practitioners as they help you understand the latest digital innovations and what they mean for organizations in the energy, manufacturing, transportation, and infrastructure arenas.

    Insights Partner Leif Eriksen will be moderating a roundtable discussion with other thought leaders including David Lafferty, President at Scientific Technical Services and Doug Harp, PE, Managing Partner at Momenta Partners.

    2020 will be a pivotal year for Digital Industry and understanding what it means for you, your organization, and your industry is critical to success.

    Are you ready?
  • Predictions 2020: IoT, Cloud and AI Tilt the Digital Industry Playing Field Recorded: Jan 16 2020 61 mins
    Leif Eriksen, Insights Partner, Momenta Partners
    Digital Industry is fundamentally altering the dynamics of the industrial and infrastructure sectors. The rapid development of digital innovations – most notably the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud, and artificial intelligence (AI) – is radically redefining what is operationally possible while creating a great deal of organizational uncertainty and stress. Becoming defensive in the face of digital disruption will only delay the reckoning. The best strategy is to get ahead of the curve by creating a Digital Industry strategy that reflects the changes coming to your industry.

    Join leading Digital Industry practitioners as they help you understand the latest digital innovations and what they mean for organizations in the energy, manufacturing, transportation, and infrastructure arenas.

    Insights Partner Leif Eriksen will be moderating a roundtable discussion with other thought leaders including David Lafferty, President at Scientific Technical Services and Doug Harp, PE, Managing Partner at Momenta Partners.

    2020 will be a pivotal year for Digital Industry and understanding what it means for you, your organization, and your industry is critical to success.

    Are you ready?
  • What's Your Digital Game Plan? A Playbook For Success Recorded: Dec 12 2019 57 mins
    Jesse DeMesa, Partner, Momenta Partners Advisory
    There is no one-size-fits-all-strategy for implementing digital innovation, but there are best practices and experiences you can leverage to enable your firm's road to change in the 21st century. Momenta Partners has created a playbook gleaned from practitioner's perspectives on how to best navigate digital transformation, and we'll share our insights with you in this webinar. This webinar is for CEOs and leadership teams seeking insights and actionable intelligence by example.

    We will take a look at:

    - The steps of a firm's digital transformation journey
    - The best approaches to beginning your transformation journey
    - Getting your team to embrace digital transformation
    - Building a playbook to help you achieve your transformation goals
    - Best practices for adoption
  • Enterprise IoT Security: Connect and Protect Recorded: Oct 31 2019 60 mins
    Momenta Partners
    Security remains a top priority in today’s connected world. The market landscape is dynamic, innovative and confusing at the same time. Navigating the ever emerging threats requires vigilant expertise, which is always in short supply in a digitally accelerated world. Every connected device and service has potential vulnerabilities. Join Momenta Partners as we highlight the most relevant issues of today in Enterprise IoT Security: Connect and Protect.

    In this webinar, Momenta's Managing Director Ken Forster will be joined by a panel of IoT security experts; Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage Security, Nicole Ford, VP, Chief Information Officer of Carrier, and Julie Fitton, VP, Digital Product Security of Stanley Black & Decker Inc. to discuss these key themes in digital security:

    - What is enterprise IoT security?
    - Current state of the security market
    - What are the risks?
    - IT - OT gap
    - Solutions and use cases
  • Enterprise IoT Security: Connect and Protect Recorded: Oct 24 2019 61 mins
    Momenta Partners
    Security remains a top priority in today’s connected world. The market landscape is dynamic, innovative and confusing at the same time. Navigating the ever emerging threats requires vigilant expertise, which is always in short supply in a digitally accelerated world. Every connected device and service has potential vulnerabilities. Join Momenta Partners as we highlight the most relevant issues of today in Enterprise IoT Security: Connect and Protect.

    In this webinar, Momenta's Managing Director Ken Forster will be joined by a panel of IoT security experts; Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage Security, Nicole Ford, VP, Chief Information Officer of Carrier, and Julie Fitton, VP, Digital Product Security of Stanley Black & Decker Inc. to discuss these key themes in digital security:

    - What is enterprise IoT security?
    - Current state of the security market
    - What are the risks?
    - IT - OT gap
    - Solutions and use cases
  • Pt 2: LPWAN: Ready to Take Connectivity's Center Stage? Recorded: Oct 17 2019 60 mins
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners
    In Part 1 of our LPWAN series, we explored low power wide area networks, and here in Part 2 of our discussion on LPWAN, we will discuss if this technology is the best option. With the expansion of IoT’s promise of millions of connected devices, Low Power, Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) solutions are becoming critical to allowing those networks to coalesce and expand, absent of power constraints and latency issues.

    According to some research, the LPWAN market, valued at over $1 billion in 2015, could grow to $30 billion by 2023, growing at 90% CAGR over the forecast period.

    The LPWAN market is a competitive landscape in terms of connectivity solutions. This webinar will explore the possibilities of Low Power, Wide Area Networks (LPWAN), where it sits among its competitors in connectivity and the types of vertical applications it is being used for. We took a look at some interesting use cases for LPWAN technologies and evaluated the key barriers our panelists are currently seeing that inhibit the connectivity marketplace to scale.

    We will discuss: 
    - The current market landscape
    - The different types of LPWAN technologies
    - How this technologies solve unique problems 
    - How to incorporate LPWAN technologies into your business
    - Tips and pointers for LPWAN success
  • Pt. 1: Connecting the World at Large: Exploring LPWA Technology & Opportunities Recorded: Oct 10 2019 64 mins
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners
    In Part 1 of our conversation on LPWA technology, we delve into introducing what Low Power Wide Area network technologies are. They enable low power communications over a large area, typically at low bit rates. With billions of sensors capturing data from the physical world, there’s growing need to transmit data from remote locations that are not connected to power sources. The family of LPWA network technologies including LoRa, NB-IOT, and others are perfectly suited to support new use cases in agriculture, transportation, smart spaces, supply chain, manufacturing and many other areas. 

    The reality is that there is not one solution but rather a variety of low-power, wide area network technologies that take many shapes and forms. It follows that there are various criteria that need to be considered before a business should invest into a LPWA network structure. 

    In this webinar we will take a look at:
    - The current market landscape
    - The different types of LPWA network technologies
    - How this technology solve unique problems in the field
    - How LPWA network technologies are integrated into business
    - Tips and pointers for LPWA network success
  • What's Your Digital Game Plan? A Playbook For Success Recorded: Sep 12 2019 57 mins
    Jesse DeMesa, Partner, Momenta Partners Advisory
    There is no one-size-fits-all-strategy for implementing digital innovation, but there are best practices and experiences you can leverage to enable your firm's road to change in the 21st century. Momenta Partners has created a playbook gleaned from practitioner's perspectives on how to best navigate digital transformation, and we'll share our insights with you in this webinar. This webinar is for CEOs and leadership teams seeking insights and actionable intelligence by example.

    We will take a look at:

    - The steps of a firm's digital transformation journey
    - The best approaches to beginning your transformation journey
    - Getting your team to embrace digital transformation
    - Building a playbook to help you achieve your transformation goals
    - Best practices for adoption
  • Venture Industrialist: Investment Strategies for Connected Industry Recorded: Aug 29 2019 62 mins
    Ken Forster, Managing Director, Momenta Partners & Momenta Ventures
    The digital transformation of industry is creating significant opportunity with millions of devices connected to the internet for the purpose of collecting data, tracking usage, monitoring functionality, automating and optimizing systems and processes. While traditional venture capital has shied away from industrial applications and hardware, there’s been a rise of a new class of ventures investors: the venture industrialist. In this webinar, Momenta Ventures will share their insights and practitioner's perspective on investing in Connected Industry, understanding the market, trends and risks. This webinar is for ANYONE seeking insights on investing in Connected Industry.

    - What is Connected Industry?
    - How do Connected Industry investments differ from traditional venture investments?
    - Momenta’s Connected Industry investment themes
    - Momenta’s investment criteria
    - Q&A; ask our practitioners your burning questions
  • Top 5 Podcasts: Helping Industrial IoT Become a Reality with Dr. Richard Soley Recorded: Aug 22 2019 46 mins
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners & Dr. Richard Soley, Chairman and CEO of the Object Management Group
    Richard Soley is Chairman and CEO of the Object Management Group, Executive Director of the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and founding partner of the IoT Solutions World Congress. In this special edition of the Edge Podcast recorded on site in Barcelona, he shares some of the notable developments coming out of the conference.

    The IoT Solutions World Congress is differentiated from other events through the focus on end users and case studies, showcasing test bed work shepherded by the IIC. In our conversation, Richard Soley shares stories and examples of notable work underway, the potential for productivity gains across industries, and the view that manufacturing represents the industry with the most to gain from connecting assets and advanced analytics. Additionally he discusses the launch of the IIC’s new Resource Hub. Finally he shares a fascinating story about standards that connected the design of Space Shuttle booster with the Ancient Romans.
  • Top 5 Podcasts: Digital Transformation From Cisco to GE and Beyond with Bill Ruh Recorded: Aug 15 2019 58 mins
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners & Bill Ruh, CEO of Digital Business at LendLease Group
    Bill Ruh is CEO of Digital Business at Lendlease Group, a global developer and construction company for high rise and other real estate developments. Previously, he was the Chief Digital Officer for all of GE and CEO of GE Digital. Our conversation explored the nature of digital transformation, the considerations for creating goals and aligning the organization for success. One of the key insights is that transformation for industrial firms draws from best practices of technology companies, and the core principle is that technology companies’ missions are tied to asset optimization and better outcomes. He also shared how large companies need to think of transformation in two speeds – shorter term and longer term, where Speed 1 is the quarter to quarter focus and Speed 2 is the long term “moon shots”. He compares and contrasts the innovation mindset and approaches between startups and established companies, and shares best practices for larger companies to bridge the cultural gaps between their legacy and digital businesses. He also shares his views of the future of the construction and real estate industries enabled by the transformative impact of new technologies, which he is spearheading in his new role at Lendlease.
  • AI: The Next Wave of Productivity in Connected Industry Recorded: Aug 8 2019 55 mins
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners
    This special webinar presentation focuses on Artificial Intelligence and how it is changing the nature of Connected Industry.

    Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technologies are increasing productivity and accelerating the evolution of next generation solutions in the industrial IoT. In our webinar we will explore the "state of the union" around AI - the investment climate and key developments in research and business applications. We discuss some of the key considerations, risks and opportunities as AI technologies have become integrated into more parts of the economy. We also feature two innovative firms that are applying AI transform their businesses - Senseye and RevTwo.


    We will take a look at:

    - How and where AI is accelerating the ability to create value from IoT data
    - Key trends in AI Investment and research
    - Focus on companies that are successfully leveraging AI technologies in their Connected Industry offerings
    - Where you can benefit from growing use of AI in your business
  • Top 5 Podcasts: Managing Expectations - A Conversation with Guido Jouret Recorded: Aug 6 2019 49 mins
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners
    Our conversation explored Guido Jouret’s core principles around digital transformation, best practices for implementation as well as key lessons as they have applied in his career. Notably, we explore the implications of how the coming transition in transportation from internal combustion engines to self-driving electric powered transportation has implications all across the value chain.

    We explored a range of topics including:

    - What does digital transformation mean?
    - How to asses where change is occurring external to the organization, and how best to map impact on the business, the organization and the market;
    - How to asses with which customer journeys matter most to the company;
    - How to effectively organize sponsorship and leadership;
    - Best practices in implementing an iterative approach to improvement;
    - How to evaluate and challenge ideas;
    - How to ensure effective collaboration between IT and the rest of the organization;
    - How to manage resistance and/or risks related to the existing business;
    - Common mistakes organizations make early in the process of launching digital initiatives.
  • Blockchain & Connected Industry: Applications and Implications Recorded: Aug 1 2019 62 mins
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners
    Over the last few years, the blockchain has emerged as a new technology that has been met with equal parts acclaim and skepticism. The revolutionary aspect of blockchain center is decentralization, which means that secure peer-to-peer transactions can be conducted over networks without an intermediary. 

    In this webinar, a series of experts at the forefront of this cutting-edge technology, take a critical look at the current industry landscape and the use of blockchain technology in IoT applications. It further provides an overview of IOTA technology, which was developed to provide speed and scalability necessary to support industrial IoT use cases.
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