Quo Vadis IoT? - A European View

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Anthony D. Harvey, Hajo Noerenberg, Prof. Stefan Kowalewski,

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Anthony D. Harvey, Managing Partner, Carpe Diem International Europe is often criticized as falling behind the level of digital transformation of both USA and China. A closer look at the fundamentally different view that central European businesses and politicians have taken towards the goals of IoT will throw some light on why its approach appears cautious and even ponderous. In this session we will unpack and bring transparency to the complexity of the European digital transformation challenge. Europe embraces IoT in its own way that is right for its geopolitical reality The European IoT drive is being led by 2 giant industrial powerhouse groups. Firstly, Automotive R&D, engineering, & manufacturing that dominate vehicle sales volume. And second, a huge privately owned mid-size company supply-chain that enables big industry. Hajo Noerenberg, CEO Bauer + Kirch, IT Software & Services, Germany Local champions from German industry and IT are leading this silent digital revolution. A new generation of producers of high-tech equipment is focusing on digital connectivity. Clients are approaching IoT thoughtfully, what is on top of their agenda? How B+K is adapting to digital together with customers in running their own business. Prof. Stefan Kowalewski, Computer Science Embedded Software, RWTH Aachen University Industry & supply chain powerhouses succeed through their close links with university R&D and Applied Engineering. Industry has expectations as it looks for bright graduates to help them master IoT. Examples of digitization project collaborations with industry & government. Using new digital connectivity within the university learning environment. Europe industrial & academic powerhouses are gaining traction to realize their own brand of IoT through its holistic social-economic-environmental Vision

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