Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – The Perfect Storm

Friday Seminar
Date and time: December 02, 2016 14.30 - 16.00
Place: EIT Digital Open Area, Electrum Kista
Speaker: Jörgen Palmhager
02
Dec
2016

The industrial market is currently going through a data revolution drive by ambition to create tomorrows smart and intelligent solutions, machines and factories. These systems are characterized by higher flexibility, efficiency and productivity as well as new levels of integration and adaptability. The ambition scope means that almost any, existing or new, solution or technology can be labeled IIOT. Additionally, innovation and values within IIoT are created in a value chain of partners compared to traditional products and technology. This has created a solution where many industrial users and suppliers perceives IIoT as a “Perfect Storm”.

With this presentation, I would like to present HMS view on how to bring order into IIoT domain based on application values. I will also show some about the challenges we are addressing with our solutions and products as well as the importance of openness and partnerships.

jorgen-p Jörgen Palmhager, HMS Networks

My name is Jörgen Palmhager and I hold the position as CTO with HMS Industrial Networks. I have been with HMS since 1992 and have more than 20 years of experience from industrial communication. During this years, I have actively been working with technology founders, network organizations and customers taking HMS products and solutions from fieldbuses via industrial Ethernet and wireless to remote solutions and IIoT.

One of my roles today is to manage HMS Labs, an initiative for growth and innovation responsible for driving and shaping disruptive technologies, emerging applications and creative business models within the field of IIoT.

HMS Industrial Networks develops and manufactures software and hardware for industrial communication. Our products connect automation devices such as robots, sensors, control systems and motors to different industrial networks and control systems.  We have been at the forefront of technology since the start in 1988 and take pride in being the innovators of our field.

Coffee and sweets will be served!

Link to webcast: https://connect.sunet.se/fridayseminar

Most Welcome!

Wireless@kth Team

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