Quo Vadis IoT? Resilience, Reliability, Revolution

Presented by

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

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The Challenge! Delivering IoT into a landscape that is changing faster than ever. The pace of the 4th. Industrial Revolution is unprecedented, change continues to accelerate, new and unclear situations arise within which IoT must be deployed. As the three largest global markets USA, Asia, and Europe each grapple with unstable socio-economic baselines, their differing geographic IoT objectives, and an ever-evolving technical capabilities, those charged with responsibility for delivering Digital Transformation solutions must master an environment where nothing is normal. In this session we will explore the foundations of successful transformations that can help manage and keep focus through the complex change and innovation cycles: - Resilient implementation modes that ensure desired outcomes flex within volatile landscapes - Reliable networks that have the agility to dynamically prescribe system realignment to satisfy new circumstances - Revolution in the use of embedded and edge intelligence that will predict behavioral changes in demand - The Response! Embrace a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex & Ambiguous world as the norm. Presenters: Anthony D. Harvey, Managing Partner, Carpe Diem International: Transformation Leadership Consultant Hajo Noerenberg, CEO Bauer + Kirch, IT Software & Services, Germany: SME Champion in IT Software & Services Prof. Stefan Kowalewski, RWTH Aachen University – Computer Sciences, Germany: Chair of the Excellence Cluster: Internet of Production

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