Explore the real opportunities now presented to organisations by the Internet of Things and how to exploit the capabilities, whilst being mindful of the threats posed
The Internet of Things was taken initially to mean web-enabled consumer devices - a fridge that could restock itself, for instance. However, some commentators now take the view that animals and people with implanted chips are also part of the Internet of Things. Certainly technology interacts with people in quite intimate ways, such as biometric authentication, and chip implanting is a reality for pets. The challenges and opportunities this will pose could transform business - and every other aspect of life.
The conference will feature presentations from speakers at the leading edge of the development of Artificial Intelligence and the development of IoT products to give attendees a picture of what the opportunities are and how to exploit them.
The event will examine what the Internet of Things is, and its implications for organisations: what are the business opportunities, how do we exploit them and how do we avoid the threats?
To empower delegates to understand the challenges and opportunities presented to organisations in all economic sectors.
IT professionals and managers from other disciplines such as Marketing and Production who want to better understand the opportunities and challenges that arise from the Internet of Things.