Digitalization is affecting our society in ways that few would have imagined just a decade ago. New digital technologies, increased complexity in work tasks and rapid changes in the organizations are all contributing to the impossibility of predicting exactly which skills will be the most important of the future.
At DTU High Tech Summit 2019, Professor Paul Pop coordinates the involvement by the Nordic IIoT (Industrial Internet-of-Things) hub.
“The industrial interest in IoT is very strong, but many companies are in a state of confusion due to the high level of hype. Especially for small and medium-sized companies, it can be challenging to find their way,” says Paul Pop.
Internet-of-Things (IoT), 5th generation telecommunication networks (5G), Industry 4.0, and advanced cloud solutions are developments that will challenge power consumption on a global scale. Research groups at DTU and Aarhus University have teamed up with 12 industrial partners and have established the INCOM project. Get to know their mission.
Henrik Ruff from Siemens is inviting everyone to join them at this years High Tech Summit for a talk about digitalization and Industrial Internet of Things.
Hurry up, if you want to secure your exhibit stand. 50 interesting tech companies already confirmed their attendance. Also revealing three new exhibitors, that will attend the exhibitor area for the very first time.
IoT Denmark is the exclusive Sigfox network operator in Denmark – the first global network dedicated to ‘Internet of Things’…
User feedback and control systems based on IoT and artificial intelligence improve indoor air quality and make buildings more flexible…
Until today, entertainment has been the main driving force behind the development of the internet. The winners have been those able to provide entertainment services at low cost. However, Internet-of-Things (IoT) is about to change the scene.
MindSphere is the cloud-based, open IoT operating system from Siemens that connects your products, plants, systems, and machines, enabling you to harness the wealth of data generated by the Internet of Things (IoT) with advanced analytics.
The students from the HardTech Entrepreneurship course have applied all their academic knowledge, innovative skills and entrepreneurial mindsets to find ways to take advanced technology in the form of DTU research or patents, as well as inventions, technologies or challenges from private companies to market, by creating the backbone of a potential new spin-out company.