This on-demand webinar explores the topic of IoT and Data-Driven Services. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a game changer in the manufacturing industry. It enables completely new business models, which are not only valuable to customers but also can provide cost savings to the companies that deploy them.
The European Commission (DG CONNECT) will be holding a webinar on Friday, 29 January (and not the 25th as previously announced erroneously) from 11.00 to 12.00 CET on the call topic "Internet of Things: IoT-01-2016: Large Scale Pilots Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well". The European Commission (DG CONNECT) will be holding a webinar on Friday, 29 January (and not the 25th as previously announced erroneously) from 11.00 to 12.00 CET on the call topic "Internet of Things: IoT-01-2016: Large Scale Pilots Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well". The webinar will give an overview of the topic and provide answers to participants' questions via the chatroom. Registration is now closed. Proposers should check the networking tool.
Mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) applications continue to be released at a rapid pace. But organizations’ rush-to-release of new applications to meet rapidly-evolving user demand can jeopardize the applications’ level of security protection. Join us on Wednesday, January 18th at 2:00 p.m. ET, as Larry Ponemon from the Ponemon Institute, Arxan Technologies and IBM Security review findings from our brand-new mobile & IoT application security study.
ThingWorx, a PTC Technology
The Internet of Things is changing the way businesses, cities and markets operate. Put simply, smart, connected systems are enabling a new era of value-added services and insights by holistically connecting, managing, and optimizing a complex set of information from sensors, devices, people, and traditional software solutions into a “system of systems." Watch this webcast recording featuring Robin Duke-Woolley, CEO at Beecham Research, and Scott McCarley, Senior Director of Solution Management at PTC, to learn how to create and capture value, looking beyond existing systems and services to new opportunities and business models that foster collaboration and participation—from customers, suppliers, partners, and your own employees. Example application areas include Smart Cities, Smart Buildings, Smart Energy, and Smart Agriculture. This webcast was originally broadcast on March 24, 2016.