2018 IIoT series, Part 2: The role of connectivity in collaborative projects

Thu, Jun 14, 2018 2:00 PM EDT{LOCAL_TZ}

IIoT Webcast Series 2018, Part Two: The role of connectivity in collaborative projects

Thursday, June 14, 2018, at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

One (1) Certified Professional Development Hour (PDH) available for all attendees.

Project management is all about collaboration based on connectivity. But given unlimited capabilities for connectivity among personnel, machines, and systems, what’s too little and what’s too much?
The short answer is that what users want are applications. This may be something as basic as a KPI-based portal that allows them to better track and understand the processes they’re responsible for. Going further, IIoT can support the execution of a plan. It does so by connecting assets for operational visibility and good decision making.
This webcast will look at how engineers develop products, execute projects, and sustain productivity–with support from a cyber-physical world. IIoT supports digital transformation. Going forward, decisions made as to how industrial enterprises and project managers can leverage a maturing IIoT market, will have impact.Learning objectives:
  • How project management is changing
  • The IIoT infrastructure that supports collaboration
  • As IIoT matures how will KPIs evolve?
  • Will analytics change the engineer’s desktop?
Presenters:


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Renil Paramel
Senior Partner
Strategy of Things
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Alan Griffiths
Principal Consultant
Cambashi
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Kevin Parker
Moderator & Senior Contributing Editor
CFE Media


Sponsors: Emerson Reliability Solutions, Epicor, Kepware, Oracle +NetSuite, Universal Robots


  

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