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From the Edge to the Cloud, Smart Technologies Create Competitive Advantage

June 01, 2022 | 1 - 2 PM ET

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ABOUT THIS WEBINAR

The new drivers of competitive advantage in the era of Industry 4.0 revolve around data, compute from the edge to the cloud, and the infrastructure that supports this.  But, many brownfield manufacturing facilities are characterized by fragmented, proprietary automation and control systems, legacy equipment, and outdated approaches to data collection and integration.  Artificial intelligence algorithms need integrated data streams to deliver insights. 

In this webinar, hear from three Intel leaders in the industrial space and get their take on exciting opportunities and market trends.  Learn how the Industrial Intelligent Edge (the connectivity, the compute, and the control) can yield deeper insights faster to transform your business.

Key Takeaways:

How the Industrial Intelligent Edge (the connectivity, the compute, and the control) can yield deeper insights faster to transform your business.

This webinar is part of the Intelligent Edge for Industrial Applications webinar series

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PRESENTERS
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Ricky Watts

Senior Director of the Industrial Solution Division Intel Internet of Things Group, brings insights from the Hannover Messe industrial show to highlight exciting developments around 5G communications, autonomous mobile robots, and other emerging technologies.

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Irene Petrick

Senior Director of Industrial Innovation, Intel Internet of Things Group, identifies key market and technology trends driving investments in the industrial space.

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Jonathan Luse

General Manager of Product Planning for the IoT Group, responsible for planning and deploying products and solutions for industrial market segments including energy, continuous process and discrete manufacturing.

This webinar is filed under:

Robotics
Vision
Motion Control & Motors
AI