The 2nd Annual Conference of Things: Manufacturing will bring you industrial case studies of Internet of Things (IoT) implementation to use as best practice on how to start an IoT strategy, how to use data to design next generation products, how to make business out of connectivity, how to build an interoperable ecosystem and how to tackle the data security issue. Sponsored by Copperberg, the specialist events organizer for the global manufacturing industry, it will advance lessons learned at the first Conference of Things: Manufacturing last year; namely, that the Internet of Things is real and there are clear patterns of disruption.
If you are in the manufacturing industry, like the more than 70 who were present last November, IoT is no longer nice to have but necessary. It was evident from the conversations and presentations last year that the first step is to have a clear strategy with an understood and committed business case. The quintessential question when it comes to strategy: how will you monetize IoT?
The service you want to deliver should be the starting point, but it is important to understand the huge potential that IoT has to offer, and to keep an open minded approach to not only improve your service offerings but to totally disrupt your business models and open new doors. Further down the road, there are also issues around the ecosystem.
The IoT technology landscape is quite broad and can be complex, so how do you evaluate and make sense of all the vendors, and how do you build an ecosystem best suited for your business? And what of data ownership and security?
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