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May 11: Smart Machines and the Internet of Things: What, Why & How

May 11, 2016 | 11:30 AM2:45 PM

This must attend, complimentary half-day session, will be given by Whit Andrews, Gartner Vice President & Distinguished Analyst and Dean Freeman, Gartner Research Vice President.

This must attend, complimentary half-day session, will be given by Whit Andrews, Gartner Vice President & Distinguished Analyst and Dean Freeman, Gartner Research Vice President.

8:30am – 11:45am (local time)
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Session 1:
Smart Machine Big Bang Disruption is Happening Now

At the intersection of advanced analytics, AI, extreme personalization, autonomous systems and big data, physical and virtual smart machines are revolutionizing the relationships between people and machines and defining new digital business models with profound personal, industrial and economic implications.

Session 2:
The Internet of Things: What Why and How

The IoT seems to be everywhere, homes, cars, fitness and business. But what is the internet of things and what does it mean to me as a business? The IoT creates the opportunity to digitize and then measure all aspects of one’s business, but it is important to choose wisely what projects to embark on. The value proposition needs to be well thought out prior to being implemented otherwise there is a high probability of failure.

The presentation will cover some of the key business aspects of the IoT and recommendations on how to begin to implement a successful IoT program.

Hosted by Gartner representatives, this briefing will also provide the opportunity to network with other local professionals who are tackling similar initiatives and issues.

Join us for this exclusive opportunity.  

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