(This session is held in English)
Do you ever think if only it were possible to...? We all do it from time to time – and then we go back to business as usual. However, feeding your curiosity and exploring your pain points may lead you to unexpected places. What do you think about the IoT?
In its simplest form, the internet of things (IoT) uses sensors to collect data, process the data, and then send information back to devices in order to enable action. But the IoT is so much more than that. The IoT is the great enabler for the next wave of digital transformation. It illuminates dark objects. It connects fleets of machines and entire supply chains more quickly and economically than ever before, leveraging AI and machine learning. And it is changing the way we live and work, creating new types of jobs and experiences.
At this Grab’n Go session, we will introduce methodologies and cases on how to accelerate innovation with the IoT. In collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), who provides secure cloud computing platforms, we will present a variety of IoT cases, including a real-life case on how a European airport was looking to improve the travel experience of families through the use of the IoT and the AWS methodology Working backwards.
The uses for the IoT are practically limitless and while they are often pictured as complex large-scale projects, small-scale projects tapping into existing infrastructure can be just as impactful. This Grab’n Go session will demonstrate how to start small with a simple idea and scale fast with the IoT.
Target group: CxOs and people managing and working with business development, innovation and digitalisation.
Methodologies to get started with IoT projects.
Case examples of how the IoT is used within different industries.
Experience an IoT set-up in action.
Weidekampsgade 6, 2300 Copenhagen S.
22/05/2019 | 08:30-10:00
23/05/2019 | 08:30-09:00
Thomas In Sook Holmen has 15 years of experience with strategic governance and data exploration from working as a project manager and advisor, and he is responsible for the data management practice of Deloitte Denmark. Thomas has led and provided advice for large data projects and transformations within both the public and the private sector.
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