Industry 4.0: How to move beyond POC and into production
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Industry 4.0 has the potential to transform the manufacturing sector – bringing together the best of IoT and AI technologies, to create new value and cost savings for enterprises in this space.
Indeed, according to a new Omdia end-user survey (commissioned by Cloudera, IBM and Telit), 43% of the industry is either developing or deploying a pilot/Proof-of-Concept project right now. But how do companies move beyond the POC stage and into full production? What are the foundational steps from sensor data and breaking down siloes, to connectivity and the cloud? And how can enterprises create lasting value from their new solutions?
Join this webinar as Omdia leads experts from Cloudera, IBM and Telit through the results of a new end-user survey on Industry 4.0 adoption – inviting their thoughts, insights and best practise/case study examples to share with the audience.
- The path to Cloud adoption (including covering Cybersecurity)
- The power and challenge in data itself
- The human challenges in Industry 4.0
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David Green – Consulting Director, AI & IoT, Omdia
David leads on consultancy within the AI & IoT pillar at Informa Tech. He brings together expertise from around the research, media and events teams to deliver high-quality bespoke offerings, bringing insight to the client and their voice to the market.
Previously, David led a team of analysts, focusing on the smart buildings, smart utilities, and charging infrastructure markets and bringing key technology trends, research, industry knowledge, and consumer analysis to clients through syndicated and custom research.
He has been invited to speak at events, such as European Utility Week and Distributech, on the rise of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) as a leading case study for IoT adoption and at wireless power conferences across the globe. He joined Omdia (formerly IHS Markit) in 2013 as a senior analyst in the physical security team and previously spent five years at an automotive technical consultancy on vehicle antitheft system, crime, and security research.
Ricardo Stefanato Buranello – Head of Platforms Business Unit, Telit
Ricardo Stefanato Buranello has over 16 years of experience in the Technology and IoT Industry. Before joining Telit in 2008, Ricardo worked for big technology companies such as Siemens and Totvs. With Telit, Ricardo held the position of head of Business in Latin America, and in 2017, assumed the role of Global VP for Telit Factory Solutions, driving a significant growth for the business unit.
Currently, Ricardo is Head of Telit’s Platforms Business Unit and is engaged in the creation and implementation of Telit’s platforms strategy, which enables some of the biggest companies in the world to deploy IIoT with advanced Edge and Cloud software solutions.
Ricardo graduated from São Paulo Catholic University with a degree in Business Administration. He also has an MBA in Business Economics by FGV-SP and business extension program from NYU – Stern.
Michael Ger – Managing Director, Manufacturing and Automotive, Cloudera
Michael Ger has over 25 years of experience working in industry and Information Technology strategy roles. He has deep cross-industry knowledge in product development, manufacturing, supply chain and customer experience related business processes. As Managing Director of Manufacturing and Automotive Industries at Cloudera, Mike is responsible for driving the solution vision and go-to-market strategies within each industry segment and works with industry leaders to drive next-generation business insights through Big Data Analytics. Prior to joining Cloudera, Mike worked at Oracle for over 20 years as their Automotive Industry lead, at A.T. Kearney as an Automotive Management Consultant and at General Motors (Saturn Division) as a Product Engineer.
Jose R Favilla – WW Director & Global Industry 4.0 Leader, IBM
José is global leader for Industry 4.0 at IBM, with30+ years of extensive experience working with clients in over 30 countries to help them improve operational and business performance. José has accumulated in-depth understanding of the asset-intensive industries, including natural resources, process and discrete manufacturing. Throughout his career, he has been applying advanced analytics, optimization, AI, IoT and Blockchain technologies to drive innovation. He works with leading clients around the world to create new approaches and technologies to solve their complex business and operations problems.