Virtual Conferences

  /  Virtual Conferences

A one-day virtual event focused on the future of energy: decarbonization, decentralization, digitalization. We’re thrilled to announce that we’re opening the call for speakers for IIoT World’s Energy Day 2021, that will take place online on August 12, 2021. Sample Key Topics Covered The

It’s clear that the world witnessed a highly accelerated rate of digitalization in the last year or so. We saw a shift to newer, more agile, and more resilient, remote-friendly environments and faster adoption of “digital” processes almost overnight. How

This one-day virtual event will focus on the changing infrastructure landscape in 2021 and beyond. The main themes of the event are: smart cities, smart buildings and mobility. Event Format:  60-75 minute live tracks on topics focused on Smart Cities, Smart Buildings and

Many companies leverage IIoT and SAP’s capabilities to survive and thrive in today’s evolving business landscape. There are several benefits to linking IIoT and ERP data, such as predictive quality and maintenance, remotely monitoring operations, lower production costs, and increased

Digital transformation efforts in the energy industry have helped maintain business continuity and performance, even in the most challenging of market environments of the past year.  How can these efforts be pushed forward to continue raising efficiencies (capital and operating)

One of a kind online conference that will bring together IIoT subject matters experts from all over the world to share insights smart manufacturing. This virtual event will focus on deploying machine learning on devices and on the network infrastructure

This event will provide manufacturing industry professionals a clear roadmap to get started with AI and Machine Learning (ML). We will bust common myths and misconceptions about AI/ML and help you to identify key opportunities to apply AI successfully. This

Join David Masson, Darktrace’s Director of Enterprise Security, as he uncovers the evolving challenges of securing industrial control systems, including digitized OT, exponential connections to Industrial IoT, and expanding internet-connected supply chains – and why artificial intelligence could be the