The Fourth Industrial Revolution - Transformation and Adoption

Presented by

Christine Boles, at Intel, Ana Mozos, at Iberdrola Group, Scott King, at Ford, and Martin Garner, at CCS Insight

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The journey to the Fourth Industrial Revolution has rapidly progressed over the past year – due to wide-scale innovations around the convergence of analytics, AI and IoT – bringing us closer than ever to delivering intelligent decision-making and productivity for the manufacturing and energy sectors. While the industry is still largely in the early stages of adoption, there is a massive transformative opportunity to bring the Fourth Industrial Revolution to scale across industrial operations.​ Despite challenges, COVID-19 has also accelerated the Fourth Industrial Revolution, as manufacturers and utilities look to Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) digital capabilities to navigate through this moment. How are industrial leaders implementing emerging technologies to scale and transform their businesses?​ ​Join a discussion with Intel and industrial experts from across various verticals – from renewable energy to transportation - exploring the future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and how leaders can implement best practices to transform their operations. Key audience takeaways - What are the key challenges associated with implementing an industrial transformation strategy? - What can we learn from those that have already managed to pivot their operations and supply chains to meet the future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution? - What will the role of the Fourth Industrial Revolution be post-COVID-19? How is the pandemic accelerating transformation? Panelists: Christine Boles, VP, IOT Group and GM Industrial Group, Intel Ana Mozos, Global Head of Digital Transformation - Smart Grids, Iberdrola Scott King, Global Manager, Advanced Manufacturing Systems and IIoT, Ford Moderator Martin Garner, Chief Operations Officer CCS Insight

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