Our analysts will participate in the following events. Contact us to arrange a meeting or if you would like our analysts to speak, moderate or chair your event.
Jim will make a presentation on 'Managing the Complexities of IoT' as part of the Industrial Internet Consortium's 1/2 day workshop on 11 August.
Jim and N R Narayana Murthy (Founder, Infosys) will participate in a fireside chat with Shekhar Sanyal (Country Head, IET India). Narayana, who is listed as one of the 12 greatest entrepreneurs of our time by Fortune magazine, will reflect on his journey of developing the Indian IT sector and COVID challenges, and Jim will discuss the impact of COVID and emerging trends in digital transformation.
Matt Hatton will speak at IoT Slam 2020 on 'The Keys to IoT Success: Learning the Lessons of Real-World IoT Deployments.
Jim Morrish will chair a session focusing on the Smart City opportunity for 5G.
Jim will participate in this Industrial Internet Consortium webinar featuring the IIC’s recently published "Digital Transformation in Industry" white paper. Jim is co-chair of the IIC’s Digital Transformation Working Group.
Jim Morrish will moderate a session on "Exploring key 5G use cases for the health sector" at 15.10-15.50 on 24 September. Matt Hatton will Chair the Smart Britain track on the 23rd September and moderate the 15.50 panel on "Delivering a digital agenda to address each city's challenges".
On Day 1 Jim Morrish will introduce the supply chain track of this event focused on the manufacturing sector and will also moderate a Q&A session with Supply Chain track speakers. On day 2 he will deliver a presentation summarising the results of a survey carried out in collaboration with the organisers Internet of Business, and host a panel discussion 'Which platform is right for you?'.
Matt Hatton will speak at DT World about the AI, data exchange and trading, and edge computing.
Matt Hatton will moderate the 11.55 panel on "The $6 trillion opportunity: How can telcos capitalise on IoT investments" on 27th October and moderate the 14.50 panel on "Building the cities of the future" on 28th October. Jim Morrish will chair the IoT track on 27th October.