Automation Expo 2016 – an IED Communication Initiative, is India’s biggest and South East Asia’s 2nd biggest Automation show is poised to showcase more futuristic technologies and innovation like never before. The show is supported by Dept. of Science and Technology, Govt. of India. To mark its 11th edition of the show, the exposition is organizing India’s first Conference on Industrial Internet of Things at Hall No.1, Bombay Exhibition Centre on 24th August, 2016.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most significant trend in technology today. Innovations in the fields of computing and communication, IoT and its “smart” devices are poised to revolutionize not only user-machine interaction but also the way in which machines engage with one another. We are beginning to see the permeation of the Internet of Things into various market sectors. Indeed, energy, healthcare, automotive, and other industries are beginning to grapple with the Industrial of Internet of Things (IIoT), where devices such as sensors, robots, mixing tanks, and insulin pumps are becoming increasingly more connected.
As India inching towards its own industrial revolution – implementation of internet technology in the Industrial sector is set to boom in the coming years. To provide a momentum and to enhance the technology prowess of Indian manufacturing sector a full day session on Industrial Internet of Things has been envisaged that will only give attendees nine power packed sessions which makes them future ready.
Prominent speakers from India and Abroad will share the dice and enlighten with their vast experience in integrating superior Internet based technology to the factory floor. The topics are ranging from Realising Business Value from IIOT to IIOT components to How IIOT is transforming Industrial Place. The detailed agenda is listed below.
Key note Address
IIOT world wide industry perspective IIOT & India
Atul Modi, PMP Global Lead – Control & Automation at Group Engineering Center Unilever Engg.
Realizing Business Value from IIOT
Dr Ravi Kumar Associate Vice President & Head Advanced Engineering Group
Manufacturing Intelligence through IIOT
Mr Mahesh Mahajan Global Lead – IIOT / Industrial Internet Accenture Digital
Transitioning from connected to smart
Mr Ted Masters, President & CEO FCG
The role of Industrial Communication in the context of IIOT
Mr. Peter Lutz Managing Director Sercos International e.V.
Middleware – an essential component for the success of IIOT projects
P V Sivaram Managing Director B & R Industrial Automation Pvt. Ltd.
Remote Monitoring of Assets
Vinay Nathan,, CEO & Co-Founder Altizon Systems
IoTizing a Supply Chain
Amarnath Shete Head – Internet-of-Things Advisory Digital,Wipro
Digital Innovation – How IIoT is Transforming the Industrial Space
The four day power packed exhibition will showcase the best of innovations from the field of Process Automation & Control Systems, Factory Automation, Industrial Automation, Electric Automation, Field Instrumentation & Smart Sensors, Robotics & Drives, Software Solutions, Bus Technologies, Wireless Technology, Building Automation, Hydraulics & Pneumatics, Automation in Renewable Energy and Safety & Security Systems. Furthermore, for the first time, we have special cluster dedicated to Robotics, Technology & Industrial Internet of Things, Start-Ups and Solar.
Since its inception more than a decade ago, Automation Expo consistently evolving as a top-of-the-class platform to showcase world’s best automation technology under one roof. The exhibition is graced by who’s who of the industry, decision makers, fund managers, technocrats and technology enthusiasts. Here, professionals mingle with technology providers in a one-to-one meeting to create a sustainable business models for the future. Mr. M. Arokiaswamy, Managing Director, IED Communications Ltd, the brain behind this mega exhibition says, “Our journey since 2006 has been a highly successful one considering the Global player’s participation in the event. Today there is a pressing need for every Industry in India to acquire technology based on automation to take on global competition.”
The 11th edition of the show is expected to get more than 50,000 visitors from various industries such as Oil & Gas, Automobiles, Pharmaceutical, Food Processing, Fertilizers and Chemicals, Cement, Glass, OEMs, Electrical and Electronics and many other automation technology users and solutions providers. With more than 800 top automation manufacturers and solution providers already gearing up to showcase their technology prowess at the mega event, the upcoming show is surely set a benchmark in the history of Automation industry.