Review 2019

    Industry of Things World USA 2019: Beyond the hype

    The fourth edition of the award-winning Industry of Things World USA was unanimously characterized as a successful conference. More than 400 registered attendees gathered in San Diego to shape the Industrial Internet of things during 3 event days filled with case studies, networking sessions, a start-up innovation lab, an IIoT Bootcamp, a fish bowl panel discussion as well as a factory tour.

    With keynotes on AI, Machine Learning, Edge Processing, Robotics, how to transform your business and create value in the Digital Age, the call To action For Digital Transformation or self-driving supply chains, one thing became clear: the Industrial Internet of Things is here to stay. There is still a need for discussion and planning, but most importantly the need for collaboration across job functions and with different stakeholders to maximize the effectiveness of these technologies and tools.

    Defining the Industrial Internet of Things in 2020
    Industry of Things World USA is coming back to San Diego on March 05-06, 2020. Be part of the thought-provoking discussion and the fastest growing IIoT business community!

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    Trends, Ideas, Solutions
    These have been the Key Topics in 2019!

    Digital Manufacturing Transformation – What ist he next wave of opportunities for productivity improvements and new revenue streams

    Supply chain 4.0 – How to implement IIoT solutions and cloud technologies to unlock and enable workflows and capabilities to reduce downtime and maximize efficiency thereby increasing revenue?

    Selection of the right IIoT Technology – How to implement it and align processes from a technical, financial and human perspective?

    Realizing and calculation the Value of IIoT – How to move from reactive to predictive industrial operations, automation, asset diagnostics & remote services through IIoT?

    Reshoring – How to determine which products to produce here using IoT and which to offshore to low labor cost countries?

    Digital Factory – How to align automation of factory processes with robotics, IoT, Big Data and AI to improve production efficiencies and lower costs?

    Industrial Data Analytics, AI and machine learning – How to apply new AI technologies and software to manufacturing process

    Retrofit legacy equipment for IoT enablement – How to upgrade/ update existing equipment and legacy systems with cost effective IoT Technology?

    Edge Computing vs. Cloud – Frameworks for early identification of issues, utilizing machine learning techniques from edge to cloud, related to system degradation and operation before system failure / shutdown.

    Autonomous Maintenance – How will the Industrial Internet of Things Influence Maintenance Processes?

    The Industry of Things World USA 2019 in Numbers

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    Decision Makers
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    Exhibitors
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    Cutting Edge Case Studies
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    Interactive Sessions
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    One2One Meetings
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    Hours of Networking

    we.HAVE PARTNERS.

    …not Sponsors! Our Business Partners in 2019 – A strong Community!

    Do you want to become a partner or do you want to exhibit in 2020? Contact us - we will be happy to advise you on your tailor-made package at the Industry of Things World USA 2020!

    The Industry of Things World USA Keynotes 2019

    Edge processing – A case study
    Sandeep Kuthe
    Digital Transformation Manager | Faurecia
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    Self-Driving Supply Chain – The New Reality!
    Nabil Malouli
    Vice President DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation | DHL
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    Diagnosis, Maintenance, and Knowledge at First Hand
    Gary Foster
    Vice President, Global EPC & Automation Projects|SKF
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    The Call To Action For Digital Transformation – Why It’s Time To Put Our Pencils Down
    Bob Murphy
    Senior Vice President Connected Enterprise Consulting | Rockwell Automation
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    Extend cloud intelligence and analytics to IoT Edge devices
    Jeff Bennett
    Global Black Belt, Azure IoT | Microsoft
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    Reinventing the Product – How to Transform your Business and Create Value in the Digital Age
    Eric Schaeffer
    Senior Managing Director | Accenture
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    The Future of Manufacturing
    Titan Gilroy
    CEO | TITANS of CNC
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    IIoT/S ante portas! – I(I)oT/S integration into manufacturing processes and systems
    Michael Ruck
    Global Lead JJ Technology/TS | Johnson & Johnson
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    How Robotics is Changing the World
    Jeff Burnstein
    President | Robotic Industries Association
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    AI Meets IoT – The Path to Machine Learning
    Dr. Sarah Cooper
    GM IoT Solutions | Amazon Web Services
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    Internet of Moving Things – An open cloud based IoT Operating System for Industry
    Rahul Vijay
    Global Strategic Sourcing | UBER
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    Trendsetters - Visionaries - Movers and Shakers
    The Panel in 2019

    Industry of Things World USA is a dynamic, fast-paced, event where experts and practitioners from several industries come together to discuss their perspectives on digitalization in industrial applications.
    Daniel Nelson
    Flowserve Corporation
    Very well organized event with great cross industry participation

    Oliver Hesse
    Bayer
    Great opportunity to benchmark emerging technology and Smart Manufacturing/Industry 4.0 efforts.
    Paul King
    Arconic
    A fascinating amalgamation of persons and stories taking on the challenges of digitalization in industry.
    Bob Kermanshahi
    Siemens
    The event provided fundamental insights that I was in search of pertaining to IoT technologies, the value it has to offer as well as the potential impact it may have.
    Thomas Povanda
    Merck / MSD
    Great to interact with an impressive list of industry leaders.
    Joseph Etris
    Continental
    One of the best conferences I’ve attended in years. Well organized. Excellent speakers. Great venue. Great networking opportunities. Good food/drinks.
    Gary Kashefska
    OpenPath Products
    Great organization with excellent mix of participants – networking was top-notch.
    Thorsten Wuest
    West Virginia University

    Our Attendees - With more than 400 registered participants the Industry of Things World USA was again a great success. Selected companies were among others:

    EMI -Manufacturing Technology Director

    Corporate Director of Manufacturing Intelligence and Smart Manufacturing

    Director Automation Solutions and Leveraged Manufacturing Infrastructure

    Director of Strategic Development Americas

    Head, IoT/AuM

    Head Of Software Development

    CDO, Data and Integration Architecture Director

    Technical Material and Process Consultant

    Technical Lead Engineer

    Executive Director & Chief Technical Officer 3M Japan

    Global Director Connected Solutions & IoT

    Director, Global Advanced Manufacturing Technology

    What our participants say about and why they love attending the Industry of Things World USA

    Industry of Things World USA Attendee Profiles and Event Statistics

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    Industry Split

    Manufacturing
    21%
    Manufacturing: 21%
    Technology
    20%
    Technology: 20%
    Automotive
    9%
    Automotive: 9%
    Engineering
    8%
    Engineering: 8%
    Pharmaceuticals
    7%
    Pharmaceuticals: 7%
    Food & Beverage
    5%
    Food & Beverage: 5%
    Consumer Goods
    5%
    Consumer Goods: 5%
    Consulting
    5%
    Consulting: 5%
    Oil, Gas & Energy
    4%
    Oil, Gas & Energy: 4%
    Academia & Associations
    4%
    Academia & Associations: 4%
    Electronics
    4%
    Electronics: 4%
    Start-Up
    3%
    Start-Up: 3%

    Geographical Split

    USA
    87%
    USA: 87%
    Europe
    8%
    Europe: 8%
    North America
    5%
    North America: 5%

    The Community

    Manager / Senior Manager
    54%
    Manager / Senior Manager: 54%
    Leader / Head of / Director
    30%
    Leader / Head of / Director: 30%
    CEO / CXO / Managing Director
    15%
    CEO / CXO / Managing Director: 15%

    Why is the networking experience at the Industry of Things World USA unique?

    We know that networking, inspiration, knowledge sharing and this “little detail I didn’t know before” are the main reasons for attending the Industry of Things World USA. To ensure the best networking experience, we’ve developed several sessions tailored to your needs and industry – we call it the Multi-Touchpoint Concept!

    Keynote

    Keynotes

    Top speakers, trendsetters, evangelists and experts in the field share their personal experience.

    World-Cafe

    World Café Sessions

    Be part of more than 20+ thematic conversation rounds with changing topics and team constellations.

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    Matchfinder!
    Powered by AI

    we.CONECT’s unique Event App & Matchfinder – Use our unique matching platform to make new connections, arrange meetings and find tailored solutions to your needs.

    Search – Find – Match – Connect

    Say-hello

    Say Hello

    Get the show on the road. Discover who is joining the conference and why. To warm you up for the conference we invite you to get to know your conference peers. Have your business cards ready.

    Case-Studies

    40+ Industry Case Studies

    From a global approach to an shop floor integration – Real case studies, use- & business cases on how to implement IIoT on an strategic-, global-, local-, and operationial level.

    Icebreaker

    Icebreaker

    Round tables on the evening before the first conference day. The Icebreaker is a first informal networking.

    Challenge-your-Peers

    Challenge your Peers

    12 Parallel round table discussions offer the delegates the possibility to talk about their own challenges

    Matchfinder

    Meet! IoT USA

    Discover who else is participating at the IoT USA. Our unique Polaroid Picture Wall will help you identify who you want to meet at the conference.

    Breakfast-Club

    Breakfast Club

    Start the conference with coffee and… NETWORKING! Join the we.CONECT Breakfast Club – an exclusive area in your hotel – and get into a conversation with other delegates already while having your first coffee.

    Dinner

    Networking Dinner

    Wind down, enjoy great food and drink in a relaxed atmosphere to absorb all the new stimulations from the day.

    Panel

    Panel Discussions

    Top speakers, trendsetters, evangelists and experts in the field share their personal experience.

    Startup-Lounge

    Industry of Things Lab

    See what the brightest minds have to offer your business in terms of new ideas

    Primary Media Partner

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