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1. How it Works: The Internet of Things and Manufacturing | IBM Think Academy
2. Introduction to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) | University of Cambridge
Head of the IfM’s Distributed Information and Automation Laboratory (DIAL), Professor Duncan McFarlane, is a pioneer of the internet of things (IoT) and was part of the research team that coined the term “internet of things” 20 years ago. Today he and his research team are working with multinational companies to help transform their processes and supply chains by extending IoT technologies to the industrial IoT (IIoT). In this webinar Professor McFarlane provides an introduction to the IoT and the IIoT and the opportunities and challenges facing the industry.
3. The 7 Principles of the IIoT | Bosch Connected World
Talk of Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Dr. Tom Bradicich, GM & VP, Servers & IoT Systems. He is presenting “The 7 Principles of the Industrial IoT (IIoT)” at Bosch ConnectedWorld. Prior to his current role, Tom was an HP Vice President, Server Engineering, responsible for global R&D and delivery of HP’s dense scalable server and workload-optimized converged product line. His systems received an InfoWorld 2015 Technology of the Year Award, ARM TechCon Best of Show, and the furthest on the Gartner Magic Quadrant, Modular Servers.
Tom and his staff directed several worldwide engineering teams and the three global HP Discovery Labs. They have pioneered the first Intel Xeon™ server with on-chip integrated graphics and the first 64-bit enterprise ARM server. As industry leaders in workload-optimized solutions for converged systems, Tom and his team regularly engage customers such as the federal governments of several countries, major universities, and global industry leaders PayPal, 20th Century Fox, Sify.com, HP.com, Citrix, DreamWorks, Sandia Labs, and Formula 1 Sauber. In addition, Tom serves as a technical advisor to HP legal on business and IP contracts with third parties
4.The art of innovation – Guy Kawasaki | TEDxBerkeley
Classic and fantastic!
Guy Kawasaki is a special advisor to the Motorola business unit of Google. He is also the author of APE, What the Plus!, Enchantment, and nine other books. Previously, he was the chief evangelist of Apple. Kawasaki has a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from UCLA as well as an honorary doctorate from Babson College.
5. Digital leadership x Digital Transformation | TEDx
We need to get as good at digital leadership as we are at creating and applying digital technology. If our new, digitally enabled world is going to be a better place than the analog one we are leaving then we can’t focus on technology and ignore humans. Digital transformation is about fundamental changes needed in our organizations where we work, the society where we live, and, perhaps less obviously, in the nature of the leaders and leadership we need. Professor Phillips is currently the co-editor with Markus Perkmann of Innovation: Organisation and Management.
He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Management Inquiry, Editor-in-Chief of Innovation: Organisation & Management, and the Editor of the Cambridge Elements Series in Organisational Theory. He was formerly a senior editor at Organisation Studies. He was also the chair of the OMT Division Executive Committee of the Academy of Management in 2016. Professor Phillips teaches courses in strategy, organization behavior, innovation, and leadership at the undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition, he is very active in executive education where he has been involved in program design and delivery for a wide range of clients. He has published more than 100 academic articles and book chapters. He has also written four books and is currently working on a book on the use of linguistic research methods in management
6. Deep drive Industrial IOT | Microsoft
Deep Dives are interactive live events where Microsoft does technical deep dives into a new topic to help developers, decision-makers, architects, or anyone building an IoT solution be able to learn and ask questions live with their engineers. “IIoT is the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT). IIoT enhances industrial efficiencies through the application of IoT in the manufacturing industry. Learn how to connect and monitor your industrial equipment and devices in the cloud—including your machines already operating on the factory floor. Analyze your IoT data for insights that help you increase the performance of the entire factory floor.”
7. An engineer outside engineering – Jim Burke | TEDx
This is just a Ted Talk to help you think outside the box. Jim Burke is a Chief Architect & Senior Manager in the Corporate Engineering & Technology Operations group of Lockheed Martin. He is a proud Clarkson Alumni of the Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE’92) degree program and has completed graduate programs at the Illinois Institute of Technology (MSEE’97) & Pennsylvania State University (MBA’01). Throughout his career with General Electric, Motorola, Vencore, & Lockheed Martin, Jim has been involved with revolutionary technologies for use in the commercial & defense industries. Additionally, Jim has served as Adjunct Faculty for Carnegie-Mellon University’s Entertainment Technology Center graduate program where he learned how to leverage left & right-brained thinking while applying creative efforts with Marvel Entertainment’s Iron Man as well with CBS’s NCIS & NCIS: LA. Jim’s current work not only involves the Internet of Things (IoT) – it involves technologies across a spectrum of applications.
It’s outside the obvious topic and brings some good information about creativity and innovation.