Coming back for the 4th year, Industry of Things World Asia is the only event running over 3 days that focuses on the impact of the industrial IoT on business models and production processes across all major industries focusing on the Asian region.
This event is part of the award-winning Industry of Things World global event series and has turned into the meeting point for senior executives wanting to deepen their knowledge and broaden their network in the Industrial Internet space. With a special focus on automation, M2M communication, interoperability, analytics, new business models, this is the must-attend industrial event for 2020.
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To find out more about what Industry of Thinsg World Asia is all about, what you can expect and why it is a truly beneficial learning experience, read this 2019 conference review by Bob Gill, General Manager, Southeast Asia at ARC Advisory Group:
While end users are getting a better understanding of the enabling digital technologies that have come to the fore in the last five years and how to judiciously apply them, in an organizational context to realize business benefits, there’s nothing quite like watching and learning from others who have embarked down the IoT and digital transformation path.
What made you start? What did you actually do? Who did you partner with? What challenges did you face? What’s the next step? And after all that, are you saving or making any money? Come show me, please.
A good place to get answers to those questions was the 2019 Industry of Things World Asia show, organized by Berlin based we.CONECT, which returned to Singapore for its third edition. As indicated by the name, the event’s emphasis is firmly on the industrial strand of IoT, making it an attractive forum for delegates from manufacturing industries and for technology suppliers like Rockwell Automation, which this year upped its sponsorship to become Lead Partner.
As with the two previous editions, the high proportion of end user presenters allowed for dissemination of a wide variety of real-life, cross-industry case studies. So in the spirit of learning, let’s take a look at some of the user stories presented at Industry of Things World Asia 2019.