András is just reporting from the Industry of Things Word conference in Berlin, where we all remember there has been once a wall. That one was demolished by the brave democratic powers.
I am certain the experiences he is collecting there will further help us demolishing the wall that is currently standing between the wealthy companies that can afford expensive industry 4.0 solutions and the smaller ones who simply can’t. Looking forward to your post and you to be back.

Hello from Berlin!

“Industry 4.0 won’t work having a company culture at 0.4”

I am taking part on the fascinating Industry of Things World Conference (https://lnkd.in/g8HXZRn) delivering the collection of the latest results on IoT by corporates, solution providers and even numerous startups.
The above quote was given by ThyssenKrupp AG’s Dr. Hölz, reflecting the challenges a company has to face with during digitizing, digitalizing and the digital transformation.
And why talking about IoT? Because, as highlighted by Dr. Busch from Siemens AG, digital transformation will change business as well: machine builders will sell uptime, not machines.

Right after the first day, the sound impression on IoT hot topics is that edge computing is coming. Or, as explained by Mark Relph, AWS, don’t move data to ML, but pull ML to data, as most of the analytics are only needed instantly.

Stay with us, and read our post on the experiences gained in Berlin (and on IoT:), available soon.

András
Haris Digital

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