What you'll learn:
Big data, Al, digital twin, lloT, SG, Edge. Digital innovation requires a major mind shift. As traditional industrial companies, we must approach digital innovation through the lens of the customer and/or business challenge to solve. Only then does the latest tech or trend become a powerful enabler – not the end-goal. But the reality in today’s fast-paced digital economy is that no single company can tackle the most pressing challenges alone. We need to rally together within a community of problem solvers to drive Fast, scalable, secure, and valuable digital innovation to create digital solutions and new business models – especially if we’re going to win digital’s long-term game.
Learn how an open, collaborative digital ecosystem connects you to technical resources and tools, communities of experts and partners, and a digital marketplace to Create, Collaborate, and Scale business-relevant digital solutions, software, and services. Discover how the open Schneider Electric Exchange business platform brings together experts and innovators from across industry, software, and startups to solve sustainability and efficiency business challenges – use case by use case – with agility, speed, and relevance.
Key Topics Covered
- Seizing the business value of IIoT, big data, and AI
- Building an AI project dream team with data scientists, AI specialists, and domain experts
- Creating new digital business models
- Adopting a collaborative approach to digital innovation via an open ecosystem
- Schneider Electric Exchange use cases
Cyril is the global leader of IoT and Digital Offers responsible for Schneider Electric’s IoT Strategy and Execution. Cyril is focused on delivering new digitally enabled, connected offers that help customers be more efficient and sustainable. Previously, he was the Chief Technology and Chief Strategy Officer for the Industry Business.
Robert Russell is the Chief Technology Officer at Senseye. After graduating with a BEng in Mechanical Systems Engineering, Rob spent 20 years designing and deploying asset management and condition monitoring systems within the aerospace, defense and transport sectors.
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