How industrial players can efficiently respond to technology disruption driven by IIoT

Virtual Conference sponsored by Siemens

Thursday, September 3, 2020

11:00 AM (ET)

What you'll learn:

There are many industry and technology challenges that companies need to understand and determine how to effectively address. These industrial disruptions not only impact the company but the extended value chain and more importantly customers. Some of the key trends include Data Federations with Data-Driven Decisions, Blurring of traditional organizational boundaries across IT, Operations and Business Units, and Rising Customer Expectations and Demands. One of the key sources driving this disruption, but also as a possible answer, is the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). IIoT bridges the IT world to the OT world leveraging Cloud and data-driven technologies. Companies, needing to stay relevant, are looking to leverage IIoT to have effectively address the challenges but also help enable their digitalization journey.

Key Topics Covered

  • Accessing data across multiple disparate systems
  • Leveraging data to analyze and make data driven decisions for the factory floor and in the field assets and devices
  • How technology is being adopted within domains changing traditional IT’s role
  • Customer engagement and involvement in product development/support is increasing
  • Changing workforce skills and expectations
  • Impacts of higher customer expectations of tailored and personalized experiences
  • Greater need for social responsibility in building, delivering and servicing products


An entrepreneurial software engineer with global business leadership experience and a passion for digital transformation. Lucian has worked in the industrial software and automation industry since 1998. He holds a BSEE from Cleveland State University and an MBA in Entrepreneurial Finance

Sree Chadalavada is a product strategy, management and marketing technology executive with over 20+ years of technology experience in infrastructure software and hardware technology markets with specializations in DevOps, DevSecOps, AIOps, IoT & Edge Computing. He manages a global

Mr. Michael Denley Coordinates and drives cross-organization alignment between product management, product marketing, and go-to-market teams around Siemens MindSphere IOT Platform as a Service product releases and go-to-market deliverables across the teams include pricing, packaging, product requirements, field and partner

Greg previously served as the CEO of Tangent Company, inventor of the Watercycle™, the only commercial residential direct potable reuse system in the country. Greg holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Environmental Science and Engineering from The Ohio State University, a Masters of Business Administration in International Business from Case