“Industry 4.0 – a matter for the boss” is the motto of the Industrial Summit 2016, a conference organized by Handelsblatt, one of Germany’s leading business newspapers. High-caliber representatives of politics, science and industry will gather in Stuttgart, not just to discuss what the digital transformation of German industry means for companies, but to make specific recommendations for action.
Experts agree: companies that refuse to face the digital transformation are destined to disappear from the market within a short period of time. The fourth industrial revolution (known as Industry 4.0) offers enormous opportunities regarding productivity and the utilization of resources – opportunities that companies must seize. Just how they can do that will be the topic of discussion between T-Systems CEO Reinhard Clemens and representatives of other major companies in a panel discussion entitled “Digitization in Multinationals: Business Models and Challenges.” Anette Bronder, Managing Director of T-Systems’ Digital Division, will take part in a podium discussion entitled “The Digital Transformation of the Automotive Industry – How Much Technology Makes Sense?”
T-Systems and Telekom Germany will also have a joint booth at the conference, where, in an array of presentations and showcases, they will be turning the spotlight on solutions such as Condition Monitoring & Tracking, Predictive Maintenance, Mobile Access & Identity (for digital access management), Motionlogic (for Big Data analytics) and Deutsche Telekom’s new Multi-IoT Service Platform (MISP). IoT Consulting will also be on hand.
These are the items on the agenda accompanied by T-Systems:
Monday, October 24, 11:50am – 12:30pm Panel discussiom “Digitization in Multinationals: Business Models and Challenges.” with Reinhard Clemens, T-Systems CEO
Tuesday, October 25, 12:40pm – 13:15pm Podium discussion “The Digital Transformation of the Automotive Industry – How Much Technology Makes Sense?” with Anette Bronder, Managing Director T-Systems Digital Division