IIoT, Data Management & Driving Efficiencies

IIoT, Data Management & Driving Efficiencies

Emerging Technologies Speaker Series presents:

IIoT, Data Management and Driving Efficiencies

JULY 15, 2020 • 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

The future of technology is data: its collection, quality control and analysis for predicting and planning for future needs. 

Industry 4.0 encompasses IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) and smart manufacturing and combines physical production and operations with smart digital technology, machine learning, and big data.  This webinar will explore how data driven technology fits into the factories of the future and how generated data can be used to optimize efficiencies. 

Exploring Data:

  • How is it collected? 
  • How is it stored?
  • What to do with it?
  • How to make sense of it?

Learn how to apply all these principles into a solution that informs and optimizes factory operations to improve performance and throughput sectors.

Karen Behune Plunkett

V.P. Business Development, Voltaric

Karen is an effective leader, entrepreneur and strategic planner. Having been the principal in five businesses, the CEO of a Regional Innovation Centre and the Director in numerous municipal, provincial and federal boards and organizations, Karen has demonstrated the ability to strategically identify both the needs and the successful execution for growth. Karen is a visionary executive with outstanding and innovative accomplishments with over 30 years of senior experience in corporate structuring, sales, marketing, and brand development.

Scott Robinet

President/Chief Software Architect, Voltaric

Scott brings over 25 years of experience in software development and architecture and building successful software companies. As VP of Research and Development, Scott architected and was the lead developer of the AutoMate platform with Network Automation in Los Angeles before a successful exit in 2014. Scott is the principal of Elysium Software Inc., a software consultancy in Oakville, Ontario that has consulted on projects for the automation and electrical utility sectors. Scott holds a degree in Computer Science from the University of Windsor.