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Challenges of IoT and Edge Computing for European Industry

Themes:
Next Generation IoT: Emerging Technologies1. Next-Generation IoT, Research and Cross-Atlantic CooperationIntelligent IoT Connectivity and BeyondAIOTI
What:
Panel
When:
9:00 AM, Thursday 23 Jun 2022 (1 hour 30 minutes)
Breaks:
Where:
Croke Park Conference Centre - Hogan Mezzanine 1
How:
Discussion:
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The move to the Far Edge will have huge economic potential by leveraging a local, distributed computing infrastructure, and it facilitates the creation of new services and business models, which are much more rooted in verticals around the applications than today’s more general-purpose cloud business models.

The session will focus on the economic potential of Edge Computing in the context of the next-generation IoT by providing an analysis of Europe’s economic opportunities, covering its environmental, energy, and green potential. The session will identify evolving industrial architectures and platforms for Industrial edge-IoT, and address opportunities in sectors, which are strategic for Europe. The session will also include a presentation on European Data Act and repercussions for vertical sectors.

Chair
European Commission
Head of Sector, "Internet of Things" Unit, DG CONNECT
Speaker
IDC
Consulting Director
Speaker
European Government Consulting
Associate Vice President, IDC4EU
Speaker
European Commission
Policy officer
Speaker
DECISION Etudes & Conseil
Associate consultant

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