Earlier this month, the 19th and 20th of November to be exact, I was in Las Vegas to hear on the latest and greatest from engineering software innovator Autodesk.Continue reading
This years Siemens Media and Analyst conference was branded Where Today meets Tomorrow. Thinking on’t the strap line sounds like a excellent title for a future Bond film. Joking aside, I suggest its intent is more to provide a vision of the future becoming the new norm, and as a aspiration for those looking to digitise their (industrial) operations.
‘New’ was noticeable this year. A new division name, (Siemens Digital Industries Software vs Siemens PLM Software), a new strap-line, some new brand messaging, new location (Brooklyn New York), new packaging ( Xcelerator ) and many new (Siemens) faces (and/or at least job titles). New too were the customer case stories and presentations. Good ones at that.Continue reading
Tony Hemmelgarn (President and CEO of Siemens PLM Software) quoted “The most profound technologies are those that disappear” at this year’s Industry Analyst conference. A statement that predicts a next generation of Siemens software perhaps. It’s refreshing that Siemens accepts that the complexities of older generations of (software) are less than ideal and change, (simplification, perhaps even appification) is on its way. Hurrah! Continue reading
The IoT Show delves into topics on Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and touches on the broader Internet of Things (IoT). We pick engaging, hot topics, and ask our speakers to advise on situations, opportunities, recommendations and gotchas so that listeners can benefit from the experiences and insights of others.
In Episode 5 of the series, we look at the topics of computer generated and augmented realities and their place in the IIoT.
Our esteemed guests were Stuart Thurlby, Founder and CEO of Theorem Solutions, Enrique Andaluz Director Global Business Advisory from Microsoft, Martin Wassmann, Senior Technical Specialist from PTC and Nicholas Putman, Senior Commercial Engineer from Rockwell Automation.
The IoT Show delivers valuable insights for industrial organisations on the industrial internet of things and topics touching the broader internet of things. We pick engaging, hot topics, and ask our speakers to advise on situations, opportunities, recommendations and gotchas. This series is not a sales medium, rather a series of discussions for you to benefit from the experiences and insights of others.
In our fourth episode, we look areas of insight, analytics and the like that’re often fundamentals of, or leveraged in, IIoT and IoT investments.
We’re delighted to have been joined by guests, Jordan Janeczko from ATOS, Lisa DeLuca from IBM and Timo Elliot from SAP.
Gone are the digital gremlins of Monday and Tuesday. As of today, Diego Tamburini and I have finessed a workflow for uploading our videos in short shrift.
Day three started afresh with, again, interesting interviews. We decided what was wowing the audience were the use cases of technology on the stands, so that’s where we focused our much of time. Highly visual, as you’ll see from our videos. Continue reading
One never stops learning. Our educational snippets for yesterday (Monday 23rd) included…
- Never believe the internet speeds publicised
- Don’t believe that even if there is (any speed of) internet available, you can connect to it
- Don’t record videos in HD
- Carry as little as possible if you think you’ll have to walk the aisles at a big show
- Weather prediction is as random as ever
That being said, a fascinating first day at the Hannover Messe 2018. My friend Diego Tamburini and I took turns to interview some exhibitors in Hall 7. Hall 7, for those not in the know, is one of those showcasing the ‘Digital Factory’. In total there are 27 halls….. We’ll most likely be spending the majority of our time speaking and investigating those with Digital intent, halls 6 to 8, 2 and 9 to 22 . That is unless you, the readership, suggest otherwise? Continue reading
I remember a few years ago, speaking on topics of AI and thinking machines, only to be critiqued (by some, not all) of my analyst colleagues for having expectations well beyond accepted realms of timescales and possibility. Visiting IBM’s World of Watson event in November proved that not only was I right, but even (dare I say it) not aggressive enough on my expectations. Continue reading