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Industrial Internet of Things Summit

When:
20 September, 2017 – 22 September, 2017 all-day
2017-09-20T00:00:00+10:00
2017-09-23T00:00:00+10:00
Where:
Pullman Melbourne Albert Park
65 Queens Rd
Albert Park VIC 3004
Australia

The world – including Australia – is on the threshold of a new era of innovation and change with the rise of the Industrial Internet. It is taking place through the convergence of the global industrial system with the power of advanced computing, analytics, low-cost sensing and new levels of connectivity permitted by the Internet. The deeper meshing of the digital world with the world of machines and with people holds the potential to bring about profound transformation to global industry. We are living in the fourth Industrial Revolution.

The Industrial Internet of Things Summit will bring together some of the most exciting and innovative case studies – locally and internationally – with keynote presentations and panel discussions from leading Industrial Internet stakeholders. They will address the most significant challenges the Industrial Internet of Things is facing today and what is needed in terms of knowledge, technology, innovation, investment, collaboration and strategy to fully benefit from its potential.

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