Date & Time
|Tue, June 7, 2:00pm EDT
Industrial Internet, IIoT and Industry 4.0 are no longer about the future, but rather what you can do now. Internet-enabled technologies are converging to enrich industrial applications, advancing new solutions that optimize processes and investments.
Smart, connected products, machines and humans now collaborate in a secure and efficient ecosystem enabled by IIoT technologies. Companies that seize this opportunity now can get a competitive edge in the future.
Attend this IndustryWeek, Machine Design, and Penton's IoT Institute-hosted webinar where Schneider Electric's Ralf Neubert will provide you with the following tools to easily implement IIoT in your business:
- Real-life examples of IIoT in action through a customer case study
- How to maximize current assets and new technologies to produce future-proof processes and machines
- 4 practical and manageable steps to start implementing IIoT now
Following the event, all webinar participants will receive a how-to guide: 4 Simple Steps to IIoT Success.
As our way of saying thank you to our audience, 50 randomly-selected individuals will receive a $10 Amazon.com gift certificate. Click here for full sweepstakes rules.
Senior Director - Innovation & Technology
Ralf Neubert is an innovator by nature, which suits him well as the Senior Director of Innovation & Technology for Schneider Electric's Industry Business Unit. During Ralf's 20 year career with Schneider Electric he has held several positions in R&D and marketing, and worked on innovations such as the world's first software agent-based factory automation system for the automotive industry. Other roles around the globe include Lead Architect for the numerical control (CNC) business in France and International Marketing Leader.
In his most recent years, Ralf led the definition and implementation of solution interfaces based on web services for Schneider Electric's leading EcoStruxure(TM) active energy management architecture. Based in Boston, MA, he is currently focused on Industrial Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 technologies. Ralf is also a member of the IEEE ETFA series Industrial Advisory Committee, and holds several patents.
This webinar will be conducted using a slides-and-audio format. After you complete your registration, you will receive a confirmation email with details for joining the webinar.