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IIoT vehicle of vitamins and white blood cells for the healthy growth of the new chip industry market

Research Infrastructure: IoT new perspectives & breakthroughs for EuropeIndustrial IoT: Resilience and self-sufficiency of the 5.0 IndustryIoT and Edge Computing StandardisationData Protection, Ethics and Security in a connected world1. Next-Generation IoT, Research and Cross-Atlantic Cooperation2. IoT Markets and Applications in Industry, Agriculture & Smart Communities4. From Data Spaces to Data Legislation5. IoT Platforms and Standardisation
9:00 AM, Wednesday 22 Jun 2022 (1 hour 30 minutes)
Croke Park Conference Centre - Hogan Mezzanine 1

Considering European industrial market like a human body, IIoT could represent the nervous and vascular system. On this scenario, IIoT will transport data in safe way like vitamins and white blood cells in the human body.

Following this analogy, this joint opening session will introduce the track on “Industrial IoT: Resilience and self-sufficiency of the 5.0 Industry” by highlighting relevant topics such as:

  • The EU/Occident resilience/self-sufficiency production capacity, especially in respect to relevant questions for IoT such as semiconductors, electronics, and the European Chips Act.
  • The cybersecurity in Industry and Manufacturing
  • The new developments and updates in IIoT-related digital technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence of Industrial Things (AIIoT), Interoperable Digital Twins and the Industrial Metaverse, among others.
Politecnico di Milano
Research Coordinator
Keynote speaker
Video Systems
CEO and AIOTI Manufacturing WG Chair
European Commission
Head of Unit for Internet of Things in Directorate General CONNECT
fortiss GmbH
IIoT Competence Centre Head
Head of Reseach and Innovation / Chair WG Energy AIOTI
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