10 IoT keynotes coming to you at Bosch ConnectedWorld in Berlin
The top 10 keynotes you should not miss
We are just one week away from Bosch ConnectedWorld 2017, taking place in the historic STATION Berlin venue. Dr. Volkmar Denner and the industry’s most influential leaders will come together at Bosch’s annual Internet of Things conference.
With 2,500 attendees, over 130 speakers, 80 exhibitors, four simultaneous hackathons with 500 IoT developers, and a vibrant networking party – the Bosch ConnectedWorld is an event you won’t want to miss!
Visitors will have the chance to hear from CXOs of the industry’s major players; experts in mobility, manufacturing, and agriculture; and pioneers in areas such as artificial intelligence, deep learning, blockchain, and IoT network technologies. Speakers include the CEOs of Deutsche Telekom, NVIDIA, and Hyperloop; an SAP board member, the chairman of the Buhler Group, and the CEO of GE Europe; and representatives from Amazon, Salesforce, IBM Watson, and Boeing.
See the whole agenda here.
Ten keynotes will address the drivers of digital transformation and technology development in the Internet of Things. They will show you what it takes to launch your digital industrial business or grow it further.
Taking the IoT to the next level
Dr. Volkmar Denner, CEO of Bosch, will analyze drivers and technology developments.
Mr. Denner will talk about how artificial intelligence, blockchain, fog computing, and IoT networks are taking the Internet of Things to the next level. As one of the largest manufacturers of increasingly intelligent and connected “things,” Bosch is shaping the IoT with sensors, software, and services. He will explain the latest technology drivers in the IoT and how they are used for innovative use cases in many industries.
Changes in the telecommunications industry
Timotheus Hoettges is an award-winning keynote speaker and CEO of Deutsche Telekom.
Timotheus Hoettges will talk about what Europe needs to do to remain successful in the global market. He will also discuss 5G mobile networks and what connected value chains will look like in the future.
May the force be with you! Mastering IoT with partners
Dr. Tanja Rueckert, Executive VP of SAP, will talk about the “good forces” required to master the IoT.
Dr. Tanja Rueckert leads the IoT & Digital Supply Chain business unit. She has end-to-end responsibility for all SAP solutions and go-to-market in manufacturing, supply chain management, connected logistics, asset management, the Internet of Things, and Industry 4.0.
Applying design thinking principles to organizational design
Uwe Raschke, Member of the Board of Management at Bosch, will share best practices on how you can master digital transformation.
Uwe Raschke is responsible for the Consumer Goods business sector, including the Power Tools division and BSH home appliances. In his keynote, he will analyze which leadership culture and organizational setup, with end-to-end responsibility for customers and users, can empower self-organized teams. Mr. Raschke will also share with you how design thinking principles helped Bosch business units reinvent themselves and master digital transformation.
WeQ – the new IQ: How Design Thinking creates a culture of collaborative impact
Prof. Ulrich Weinberg directs the HPI School of Design Thinking.
There is a paradigm shift in modern organizations: from a more analog way to think and act, focusing on competition and hierarchy, towards a more efficient digital mode, fostering collaboration and connectivity. Measuring the performance of individuals (IQ-mode) will be replaced with embracing collaboration qualities and encouraging a “team of teams” habit, where learning and working are blended. The HPI School of Design Thinking is the first university in Germany to offer a design thinking program modeled on the famous d.school at Stanford University in California. During the one-year program, students learn methodologies for collaborating in multidisciplinary teams to deliver particularly user-friendly IT-based products and services. Computer scientists and usability experts, designers and management specialists, biologists, sociologists, and physicians – all work together to achieve the best results.
The future of mobility
Dr. Dirk Hoheisel, Member of the Board of Management at Bosch, will offer some surprising insights into how he works.
Dr. Hoheisel says that we are likely to see more innovation in mobility in the coming decade than we saw in the entire 20th century. Artificial intelligence and connected services are among the key technology drivers with the potential to fundamentally disrupt the existing mobility landscape. Dr. Hoheisel will present concrete examples and future best practices for the industry.
Accelerating the race to AI cars
Jen-Hsun founded NVIDIA in 1993 and has served since then as its president, chief executive officer, and a member of the board of directors.
NVIDIA is the AI computing company. The graphics processing unit it invented in 1999 has ignited modern AI, with the GPU acting as the brain of computers, robots, and self-driving cars that can perceive and understand the world. Artificial Intelligence and deep learning are revolutionizing every industry. The $10 trillion transportation market is arguably poised to go through the greatest transformation with AI technology that will improve our cities, make our roads safer, and provide new forms of mobility as we infuse cars, trucks, and shuttles with the capability to drive autonomously.
A perfect storm: Data, digitization, and disruption
Edzard Overbeek, CEO of HERE, is the rainmaker in the area of location technology and will forecast trends in the IoT.
Location technology paired with a precise, dynamic 3D digital representation of the world can link and provide context to today’s under-utilized, disparate data streams. Mr. Overbeek will talk about how this disruptive mix can fuel innovation and improve lives of people everywhere. Edzard Overbeek is leading HERE as it enters the next phase of its growth as a newly independent Open Location Platform company. He brings a unique mix of sales and technology experience, having joined HERE from Cisco, where he was a strategic advisor responsible for the global services organization with over $12 billion in revenues and 15,000 employees. HERE enables people, enterprises, and cities to harness the power of location.
The role of artificial intelligence in the design of self-driving cars
Prof. Amnon Shashua (Co-Founder, Chairman, and CTO of Mobileye) holds the Sachs Chair in Computer Science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
He received his BSc in mathematics and computer science from Tel Aviv University, his MSc in computer science from the Weizmann Institute of Science, and his PhD in brain and cognitive sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. With his talk on “The role of artificial intelligence in the design of self-driving cars,” he will show you why you should believe in autonomous vehicles. Modeling the future raises new challenges of how machine learning should be incorporated to allow advanced human-like negotiation skills required for merging into dense traffic while guaranteeing functional safety. Mobileye is the global leader in the development of computer vision and machine learning, data analysis, localization and mapping for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving.
The paradigm shift in the automotive industry: Autonomous driving
Elmar Frickenstein is Senior Vice President of Autonomous Driving and Driver Assistance at BMW.
Elmar Frickenstein will talk about how natural intelligence and artificial intelligence will co-exist in the future and what autonomous driving will mean to us in our daily lives. Autonomous driving is going to change the way we experience mobility, the way we interact with the car, and how we will live in the future. BMW paves the way for it with cross-industry cooperation, end-to-end architecture, and leading-edge technologies.