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The size and scale of the IoT opportunity in Asia Pacific is staggering. Not only is it home to 4.5 Billion people, but it also has an emerging middle class of nearly 1 Billion people. Why is this important? Because it means that opportunities abound. In Asia, we are not just leveraging the latest technologies and solutions to progress the advanced markets like Japan, Korea and Singapore, we also leverage proven technologies and solutions to help countries in emerging markets digitize their society and reach their full potential.
In this presentation we:
IoT has rapidly reached the stage of market deployment. Now that we are starting to see Industrial IoT deployed at scale, what are the lesson we can learn?
Where has IoT matched and exceeded our expectations? And where are the areas that we need to focus to further accelerate the success of IoT implementations?
What lessons can we learn from the first wave of industrial IoT for the way we work with partners and the ecosystem?
Recent market research shows that whereas nearly 90 percent of executives surveyed feel the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is critical to their companies’ success, only 16 percent have a comprehensive IIoT roadmap.
This presentation considers this gap by offering self-service IoT solutions to enable organizations to develop their own IoT applications and solutions, and reviews how to support customers, partners and suppliers through innovative, collaborative digital business models and “smart” IoT products and services.
"The exponential growth of data made possible by connected devices and the industrial Internet is creating a society that is always on and always learning. These connections are transforming entire industries as companies leverage new technologies for greater efficiency, improved service and positive environmental impact."
In December 2015, The US Dept of Transportation launched the Smart City Challenge, asking mid-sized cities across America to develop ideas for an integrated, first-of-its-kind smart transportation system that would use data, applications, and technology to help people and goods move more quickly, cheaply, and efficiently.
This unique panel brings together some of the leading finalists for the Challenge to review how the process helped the focus on the smart city opportunity, lesson learned and how rapidly they have progressed since the competition.
Global warming is causing an ever increasing regularity of natural disasters. How can IoT aid in the recovery process?
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Recognizing that the national and economic security of the United States depends on the reliable functioning of critical infrastructure
In the Key Challenge Panel series, the IoT World Keynotes discuss some of the key issues affecting the effective widespread adoption of IoT.
Building confidence in the security of IoT is whole industry challenge, and one which must be overcome for IoT to realize its full market potential
Drawing on real world experiences and examples from across the ecosystem, this panel examines how security is implemented at various levels and in a variety of services and devices to enable a robust level of confidence.