IoT M2M Council (IMC) presents…
IIoT Infrastructure Conference at Hannover Messe
Thursday, 4 April 2019, 12:30 to 19:00
Hannover Messe Conference Center, Room Bonn
The IMC, the largest organization dedicated to the IoT sector with 25,000 enterprise users and OEMs as members, will present an afternoon of panel discussions at Hannover Messe International (HMI) on the most important practical issues facing IIoT deployments today. Attendees can register for the conference free-of-charge, and panel sessions will conclude with a networking reception.
13:00 – Session 1:
Connectivity Choices that Fit Applications
There have always had choices for connecting industrial devices, but service providers are offering more tailored solutions than ever before. Two examples: low-cost, low-power wireless connectivity can save money and increase life-cycles, while micro-satellites could change the face of ubiquitous coverage.
14:30 – Session 2:
Control Hardware Evolves at the Edge
Increased computing power at the network’s edge is bringing myriad advantages, making predictive maintenance and AI tenable for remote, industrial applications. This session will cover the breadth of the edge, from intelligent actuators/sensors, through data aggregation, into edge IT pre-processing.
16:00 – Session 3:
Sourcing IIoT Software Platforms
There has been an explosion in the number of options for software that manages IIoT deployments, and this session will use the template RFP created by the IMC as its guide. This session will cover device management, connectivity management, ERP/CRM software integration, analytics, security, and more.
17:30 – Networking Reception