The Internet of Things (IoT) is here. Whether applied to wearables, connected transportation, industrial automation, drones or smart cities, it’s poised to deliver great benefits along with new challenges. Benefits offered include improved revenue, costs, quality of life and convenience. Challenges encountered include privacy, security, social disruption and new demands on quality.
To fully deliver on the benefits and tackle the challenges, techniques such as Design Thinking are critical for creating and de-risking innovative solutions.
This seminar presents what you need to know about Internet of Things including its architecture and application verticals. It also covers the benefits and challenges, including quality exposures, and shows you how and lets you practice Design Thinking to innovate IoT solutions.
Walter Knitl, Principal at Praxiem and
Nilufer Erdebil, P.Eng., MBA, PMP (CEO, Spring2Innovation)