Data Science, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) is said to be key components in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).
The digital twin bridge the gap in complex assets between OT systems and the IT environment by capturing data to monitor performance, deterioration and failure, location and safety compliance and remote monitoring systems for scheduling and asset utilisation.
IoT has been on the scene for a while, the number of connected devices is increasingly growing and consequently the amount of data they are generating.
The telecom networks of today connect people. The telecom networks of tomorrow will not only connect people but also things, factories and offer immersive video use cases with the help of 5G and IoT.
Nordic Women and Data Summit is envisioned as an educational, inspirational and networking platform for all women data practitioners in the Nordics.
IoT has started to permeate more areas of our lives as more everyday devices are turning “smart” by connecting to the Internet. Not only IoT devices are connected to the Internet, they potentially can communicate with each other by sharing information to make our lives easier.