Welcome to IoT Coffee Talk🎙️48 to chat about Digital #Tech #Analytics #Automation #IoT #DigitalTwins #Edge #Cloud #DigitalTransformation #5G #AI #Data #Industry40 & #Sustainability over a cup of coffee.
Grab a cup and settle-in with some of the industry’s leading business minds and technology thought leaders for a lively, irreverent, and informative discussion about IoT in a totally unscripted, organic format.
In this installment, the crew has special guest, PG Madhavan and his friend AGK, to discuss causal digital twins and the need for prescriptive analytics for IoT. How do we bridge the analytics gap that PG thinks is keeping us from realizing value from IoT.
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#DigitalTwins provide a digital representation of physical objects such as people, machines, and environmental systems. Due to their capabilities, digital twins are often found at the heart of many #IoT platforms.
Rob peels back the onion on this powerful technology to show you what they can do and how they can deliver value to your organization.
The SARS COVID-19 virus pandemic is the greatest challenge of our time. The disease has spread to over 180 countries across the globe paralyzing economies and societies big and small at digital speed at the cost of trillions of economic value before.
The virus has proven to be a formidable “invisible enemy” but how do you gain control of a slow-rolling natural disaster that the WHO has deemed controllable. Principles and patterns of applying IoT technologies and solution frameworks can help government, healthcare and disease control agencies to gain visibility to the progress and spread of the virus.
On this panel, Leonard Lee, Jim Sabogal, and I discuss possibilities that should be explored to gain visibility of COVID-19 so that countries around the world can develop informed strategies and the real-time insights needed to orchestrate and deploy scarce resources in mitigating and controlling the most destructive and disruptive natural disaster in modern history.