Join us for this immersive digital event to learn about new products and how Intel and ecosystem partners are bringing digital and physical technologies together driving more flexible, responsive and interconnected enterprises that can make informed decisions. In a two-hour session on two consecutive days, you will hear from Intel and partner leadership voices, manufacturing industrial experts and thinkers who are all exploring how together we shape a new era of industry. You’ll gain key insights, perspectives and strategies on what matters now, and an idea of what the future will look like with intelligent edge technology.
Who should attend: Senior business leaders and technical decision makers at Industrial focused OxM, Solution Providers, SIs, ISVs, and End UsersWatch On-Demand Now
Industry 4.0 is well underway and key drivers of this remarkable era, such as IoT, cloud, edge computing and 5G, are dramatically reshaping product development and production. But with so many moving parts, how do you optimize your team’s efforts and your company’s investments? Attend Intel Industrial Summit 2020 On-Demand to learn about technologies that are building the future of industry.
Tom Lantzsch is senior vice president and general manager of the Internet of Things (IoT) Group at Intel Corporation. He leads the worldwide organization responsible for Intel® architecture computing solutions across IoT market segments, including manufacturing, industrial, retail, transportation, smart buildings and homes, and aerospace.
Christine Boles is a vice president in the Internet of Things Group (IOTG) and general manager of Intel’s Industrial Solutions Division. Her organization is responsible for Intel’s Industrial IOT business within the manufacturing, energy, logistics and commercial building segments, including the product and ecosystem strategies for this rapidly evolving space.
John V. Healy is a vice president in the Internet of Things Group (IOTG) and general manager of Platform Management and Customer Engineering at Intel Corporation. He has overall responsibility for creating products and solutions that align with Intel’s data-centric strategy within the IOT domain. Healy leads the organization responsible for product planning and product management, user and developer experience, and customer solution engineering capabilities for IOTG.