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.
Bosch Conversations is an industry specific flagship event series. This event focuses on the topic of AIoT: Things and Data Together Driving Business Transformation.
Matt Hatton and Jim Morrish will both attend and speak at this leading IoT event. On Day One (3:40PM), Jim will moderate the panel discussion on Next Generation Manufacturing. On Day Two (3.55 PM) Matt Hatton will discuss with a panel of CxOs the best approach to identifying, adopting and optimising new technologies. Matt will also present Transforma Insights' forecasts of IoT market growth during the GIO Workshop on the morning of the 11th May.
Jim will facilitate a discussion around the integration of IoT data into corporate systems. Collecting data at the edge is only as effective as what you do with it and integration of IoT data flows with backbone systems for ERP and CRM can be critical. New low-/no-code IoT platforms are making this easier and faster to implement than ever. Platform providers will share examples of how to make speed deployment of IoT technology and make it more meaningful to the bottom line.
Transforma Insights analysts Matt Arnott, Matt Hatton and Jim Morrish share our views on the opportunities associated with the Internet of Things. This includes looking at the applications and vertical sectors that will drive growth, the make-up of the revenue opportunity, and the technologies used. 17th May at 08.00 Pacific / 11.00 Eastern / 16.00 UK / 17.00 Western Europe
Matt Hatton will join representatives of IoTerop, Innotractor and Objenious to discuss the evolving market for asset tracking. Matt will address market growth, key technology enablers and some of the key trends in the market.
Jim will moderate a panel of insurance industry experts to discuss how the industry can digitally transform to optimise internal processes and customer experience potential.
Jim will host a panel discussion focusing on sustainable telecoms networks. In many countries, telecoms networks account for 3 to 5% of total energy usage, and with expected growth in cellular coverage, density and capacity only drastic changes in energy efficiency will prevent digital infrastructure being a leading carbon emitter. While a business case for reducing energy costs has supported a focus on energy efficiency so far, this is very different from suggesting that the networks are sustainable or even carbon-neutral. Should the industry continue to focus its priorities on energy efficiency? If not, how does it find a balance (and financial justification) between energy efficiency and a broader sustainability?
Matt Hatton will participate in a number of sessions at this major Middle East telecoms conference, including speaking on IoT partnerships, AI and the changing landscape for telcos.