IBM IoT Exchange is the one must-attend conference of 2020




What do you want to accomplish in 2020? One thing for sure, it won’t be the same thing as last year. The market has changed too much, too quickly. And you’re under too much pressure to get greater benefit from your assets — to gain a competitive advantage — before your rivals beat you to it. That’s why I hope you’ll join me at IoT Exchange 2020 in Orlando, Florida on March 17-18, 2020.

IoT Exchange 2020 has been painstakingly planned to address your current challenges. And there are a lot of them. Equipment, buildings, and vehicles you’re responsible for have morphed to become complex, connected software-driven assets. They require a new kind of operating model. They demand a new kind of asset intelligence. This conference is designed to give you the intelligence and inspiration you need.

Exchange information with those who’ve learned from experience

IoT Exchange provides you with the benefit of experience from innovators who have resolved the problems you’re now facing. Over the course of two days, you’ll attend informative keynotes, sessions, workshops and labs. You’ll learn how you can use AI, advanced analytics and hybrid cloud platforms to better manage your critical assets. And you’ll have an opportunity to speak directly to successful IBM clients who have real-world success stories to share.

Your single registration provides access to all three Academies

The IoT Exchange is organized into three specialized Academies, each one featuring industry experts, IBM Business Partners and clients who have valuable information to share with you:

Maximo Academy

Learn how to extend Maximo and use AI and IoT data to get critical insights that will empower them to optimize asset performance, reduce downtime, and ultimately lower operational costs.

TRIRIGA Academy

Learn how to evolve and innovate the management of all your facilities. With data, IoT and AI, gain information, insights and analytics for greater visibility into the areas that matter most: workplace experience, space and facility utilization, capital projects, lease accounting, and operational and maintenance efficiency.

Engineering Academy

Learn how to leverage insights from AI and IoT at each stage of the engineering lifecycle to deliver products to market faster with lower cost and higher quality.

The full array of elective sessions, labs, and evening networking events will give you up-close, personal exposure to industry-tested AI and asset management tools that are solving some of the most critical IoT challenges facing companies today.

Enjoy the magic of Orlando at Hilton Hotel

Last year’s venue was such a big hit that we decided to host it again in the same convenient location. It’s not far from popular entertainment attractions, but offers a stimulating educational environment that allows you to immerse yourself in learning and sharing experiences.

Hilton Orlando

The Hilton Orlando offers resort amenities in a magical setting

New intelligence awaits you at IoT Exchange 2020

This is a rare opportunity for you to interact with industry innovators and disruptors, and people just like yourself who are making plans to improve their organization’s asset performance. Please begin to make your plans now, so you can assure your place at the conference.

Visit our event page to learn more about this IoT event, the Academies and to register. Be sure to sign up for regular updates. I look forward to seeing you in Florida!

Throughout the upcoming weeks, we’ll release additional details on what you’ll experience at the IBM IoT Exchange—from keynote speakers, to must-attend sessions, to hands-on workshops and much more. In the meantime, connect with us on LinkedIn and Twitter for updates. #IoTexchange

See you in Florida!

Sign up for updates about IoT Exchange, March 17-18 in Orlando Florida.

 

 

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Original article: IBM IoT Exchange is the one must-attend conference of 2020
Author: Graeme Noseworthy