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The Internet of things (IoT) and... the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT - industry 4.0) is a new kind of communications economy whereby, devices, objects and things generally, exchange data without human intervention. Cars talking to each other and to the surrounding infrastructure, smart grid for energy and power, sensors generating data to inform important harvesting decisions in precision farming operations and so on... the use cases are endless. Planet wide connectivity will be dependent on the hyperconvergence of terrestrial and non-terrestrial communications technologies comprising a brave new hybrid world.
Paul Stahl, Executive
The Case for Satellite IoT – A Closer Look at Three IoT Use Cases
Michael Minchin, Head of IoT Product Management
Synopsis: This presentation will explore the new use cases and market opportunities that are emerging with the advent of Satellite IoT technology, drawing on three use cases in Smart Agriculture, Green Energy and Critical Infrastructure & Environmental monitoring, to highlight how Satellite IoT can be leveraged in those markets to drive business growth, optimize operations and conform with regulatory compliance. We will also discuss the various requirements and considerations associated with Satellite IoT connectivity solutions.
Extending the Coverage of the IoT with Standard 5G Devices
Jaume Sanpera, Chief Executive Officer
Synopsis: Sateliot is launching the first 5G IoT constellation that allows seamless connectivity with standard 5G NB-IoT devices. The Sateliot business model and technology allows the mobile operators to offer of full coverage with the same low-cost devices today are using in the current cellular coverage. The digitalization era arrives to remote places.
Luke Heffernan, Special Projects Officer
Synopsis: The impact of machine learning and other types of AI on our world is growing, evolving, and yet, not nearly as new as it may seem. We offer a conceptual understanding of this technology, address some common mistakes, and suggest where the industry may lead next. We will build on this with practical use cases, examples of success and failure (in development and application) and provide general rules of thumb when exploring ML technologies.
Digital Twin and the Industrial Metaverse
Brian Breuhan, Senior Manufacturing Engineer - Advanced Technology
Synopsis: Presenting a brief history of digital twins and who the key people are developing the concept, examining what makes up digital twins and how they are maintained through the digital thread linking them back to the physical asset. Featuring two automotive use case examples and one non-automotive example covering full production, logistics and the reach for the pie-in-the-sky industrial metaverse. Finishing with the future development of the Industrial Metaverse and who some of the early adopters are of this new virtual manufacturing concept.
Lean & Industry 4.0 Integration – Achieving Manufacturing Excellence
Ravi Ramarao, Executive Partner
Synopsis: A brief on Industry 4.0 and setting the context on establishing Lean as the base... explaining why and how Process Excellence needs should be addressed drawing on practical case studies of integrating various IT Systems within the organization to have coherent data collection and control for Synchronous Manufacturing.
Simple DX at the Plant Floor, how Smart and Cheap Digitalization helps to Reduce Muda
Martin Lopez, General Manager Manufacturing
Muda is a Japanese word meaning "futility", "uselessness", or "wastefulness", and is a key concept in lean process thinking such as in the Toyota Production System (TPS), and refers to time or resources rather than wasteful by-products and should not be confused with Waste reduction.
IIoT & Kaizen: the Japanese Philosophy of Waste Reduction in the 4.0 Factory
Camilla Bananni, Founder Robotika and Industry Business Development Lead - EMEA, Oracle
Synopsis: This session outlines the several analogies between IIoT-driven digital transformation and the philosophy of continuous improvement and waste reduction that inspired Toyota's technological revolution decades before, across several use cases from 4.0 industrial world.
c21-virtual was derived from EMP, which since 2002 had organised roundtable style conferences across Asia, Africa, the Middle East, North America, South America, and Europe, more than 150 live events in total.
The “Connected World Series” of virtual conferences, a c21-virtual brand, was formed
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