27 September | 8-10amThis briefing in the TechFire series focused on the Internet of things.
But having gathered stores of valuable information from a diverse range of sensors, devices and infrastructure, the problem becomes what to do with it all.
TechFire, in association with Three Ireland, explored the future of IoT technologies, how their reach and applications are developing, and where they can bring true value for Irish organisations.
Briefing took place in the Three HQ building, 28/29 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Grand Canal Dock
Experts in the development of the technologies, from Cisco and Three, talked about building and managing networks, future directions, and how gathered data will be mined for real intelligence to guide decision making, and deliver competitive advantage.
Moderator Paul Hearns led the discussion. Click the PDF links to view/download the presentations:
Head of IoT Strategy, Cisco
Macario has spent over a decade enabling enterprises to capitalize on the Internet of Things. As an early executive at Jasper Technologies, continuing on through its acquisition by Cisco, Macario has lead Marketing, Product Management and Strategy teams, and been at the forefront of IoT innovations both as a vendor as well as an investor. He is currently the head of IoT Strategy for Cisco. He is based in San Francisco and has built a 20-year career in technology.
Director of Data Monetisation and Management, CK Hutchison
Geoff joined Hutchison in 2017 to set up and lead its group-wide big data and analytics initiative. The purpose of this venture is to realise long-term sustainable value through innovative applications leveraging data assets from across the CKH Group. He heads a team that specialises in design, predictive analytics and simulation to realise valuable insights for operational performance of business and to generate new revenue streams for the Group.
Dr. Stephen Daniels, Chief Technology Officer, Ei Electronics and Chief Technology Officer, NuWave Sensors
Stephen is currently CTO of Ei Electronics, Ireland’s largest indigenous electronics manufacturer and an acknowledged global leader in the design and manufacture of fire and CO detection products for the residential sector. Stephen is also the CTO and co-founder of NuWave Sensors. Stephen has published over 200 scientific papers in processing and sensing technologies.
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