Planning For The Fourth Industrial Revolution amasses the entire value chain of all the thriving industries to remain informed and stay ahead of the curve in anticipation of the digitalisation of business, technology and life itself. In anticipation of the changes, the United States government has established the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation (NNMI), with President Barack Obama commenting: “With technological advancements like cloud computing and big data and 3D printing, the fact is there has never been a better time to launch an idea and bring it to scale right here in the United States, right now.”
Located at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Planning For The Fourth Industrial Revolution will be vital for learning about design principles, impacts and latest trends in Industry 4.0; as well as to take advantage of new technology, practices and the latest standards and insights from the greatest minds related to the Internet of Things.
"The Department of Commerce has made fostering the digital economy central to our mission to promote innovation, growth, and jobs in the United States of America."
"Ultimately, what I think will make the Industrial Internet work is having horizontal platforms and vertical applications that bring productivity into the marketplace."
"For an opportunity like Internet of Things, I think that this is one of those opportunities over the next 10 years that will play out in a pretty big way."
The opportunity will be available to undergo profitable business development ahead of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with Goldman Sachs believing that “the IoT opportunity for Industrials could amount to $2 trillion by 2020.”
The summit will bring together software, technology, as well as thought leaders, academics and lean innovators to present their findings and insights to a delegation of enterprises.
- Building A Business Case
- Data and Security
- Sustainable Business Models
- Repurposing Workforces
- Profitable Investment
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Industry 4.0 is coming, and it is coming fast. Unlike the first three revolutions, growth is exponential rather than linear, and it is expected to disrupt industries spanning the supply chain. Download the brochure to learn more.Download >
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