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IIoT Europe Wrap-Up

IIoT Europe Wrap-Up

Discussing Connectivity From Above the Clouds.     Early this November, the Qatalyst team welcomed IIoT experts from across Europe to the IBM Watson IoT Headquarters. The venue was impressive, screaming innovation from every corner and overlooking a buzzing Munich 100m below– very fitting, being up in the clouds while talking to European Heads of

Q&A: IBM Watson IoT HQ

Q&A: IBM Watson IoT HQ

Q&A with Gayathri Magie, Technical Leader, IBM Watson IoT.   IIoT is decisively moving from a possibility to a necessity. As technology matures, we must move from asking ‘what if?’ to ‘what next?’ IIoT Europe Summit will unite senior experts at the IBM Watson IoT Headquarters, in Munich this November, to debate and understand the

IIoT Europe at IBM Watson HQ

IIoT Europe at IBM Watson HQ

IIoT has convinced the world of its unprecedented opportunities for businesses –in fact, it is a game changer for the Industrial Sector, reducing costs and improving efficiency in ways we didn’t dare dream of just a few years ago. But for the investment in digital innovations to be optimised, business models must be adjusted, and

Industry 4.0: Transform or Risk Extinction, Article 1 of 4

Industry 4.0: Transform or Risk Extinction, Article 1 of 4

Amongst the multitude of things brought by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, two are certain: tremendous changes and the pressure to embrace them. With the rapid rise of technology transforming the way businesses are functioning, embracing Industry 4.0’s requirements seem inevitable. Within the manufacturing industry, this call to adapt is rushed by the fear of losing

IIoT EU: Launched for 2018!

IIoT EU: Launched for 2018!

Productively Analyse Data & Generate that Eureka Moment at Industrial IoT Europe 2018 in November this year Qatalyst Global will run it’s seventh Industrial IoT Summit. That’s a lot of conferences in only a few years. We’ve taken the series all around the world – Chicago, Shanghai, Munich – because the industrial internet is changing

Seamless retrieval of knowledge without the input of humans is our future

Seamless retrieval of knowledge without the input of humans is our future

Our ‘things’ have become connected and they have begun to communicate with each other; not quite in the Toy Story way, more the artificial intelligence and learning algorithms way. Still, left to their own ‘devices’, without proper safeguards and regulations in place, IoT can unfortunately be incredibly lethal. Driverless cars for instance, connected and potentially

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