The Next Big Thing: Industry Experts Share Pioneering Technical Advancements and Visions for the Future

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Advancements in any industry refer to the process of developing systems, tools, products, or techniques that improve conditions, …

Advancements in any industry refer to the process of developing systems, tools, products, or techniques that improve conditions,
solve problems, or achieve goals. All industries value innovative minds and solution-oriented breakthroughs. This workshop will
feature top corporate and federal executive leaders form or from? diverse industries share the latest and greatest breakthroughs.
You may be behind the next big thing.
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
a. E xplore pioneering advancements from diverse industries including:
Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Media & Entertainment, IT, Intelligence Agencies
b. Explore ideas and visions for the future
c. Examine challenges and threats that these industries must overcome to survive

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  • Naghmana has been actively giving back to communities by participating as well as leading in several programs including the Engineers Week and the GIGA WOT (Girls Inspired Greatly About the World of Technology) camp. She is a member of multiple Women in Technology groups. Naghmana was nominated to be the IBM representative on the Education Committee for the City of Coppell Chamber of Commerce.

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  • 1. October 11–13, 2012 The next big thing!Pioneering industry advancements
  • 2. Panel Format / AgendaEach technical leader will spend 10 minutes to: 30 minutes • Share self-introduction • Romelia Flores • Discuss advancements in industries involved in • Naghmana MajedModerator / panel discussion 15 minutesAudience / panel discussion 25 minutes
  • 3. Romelia H. Flores IBM Distinguished Engineer IBM Master InventorIBM Smarter Cities Challenge – New Orleans, Louisiana
  • 4. 2012 - 2013 technology advancements1. Social Business 5. Analytics 8. Security2. Mobile Computing 6. IBM Watson (Deep Q&A) 9. Sustainability &3. Human / Computer Interaction 7. Virtualization Green IT4. Big Data 8. Cloud Computing Cognitive & Scale In Systems
  • 5. IBM Smarter Cities Challenge Grant Launched in 2010, the Smarter Cities Challenge is a competitive grant program led by IBM Corporate Citizenship. The focus of the initiative is to enable 100 cities around the world to become more vibrant and livable places for their citizens over the next three years.New Orleans - Data Warehousing & Performance Management ProjectInformation Supply Chain, Mayoral Dashboards, Citizen Portal
  • 6. In 2012, Ginni Rometty, IBM CEO challenged IBM employees to be essential to our clients by addressing their business challenges through the implementation of smarter industry solutions which bring to life the new era of computing and strengthen our IBM skills. IBM Summit Architect Program• Created in 2011• Targeted 20 new IBM hires• Accelerating Architecture skills through experiential learningResults:• Architects with foundational knowledge and experience• New accelerated asset creation approach enabling technical field personnel with industry oriented assets for the rapid creation of presentations, documents, and architecture models!
  • 7. Naghmana is an Open Group Certified Sr. IT Architect. She is the Lead for Automotive and Aerospace & Defense (A&D) industries in the IBM Global Solution Center (GSC). GSC is one of a kind of Global Industry Solution Center of Competency in IBM. Naghmana is also the BAO (Business Analytics and Optimization) Lead for IndustrIal sector at GSC. Naghmana is currently responsible for high-value complex solution technical sales support for Automotive and A&D industry clients. She serves as a technical leader for projects across the center. Today, she leads projects associated with a $1.5 billion dollar annual revenue stream influenced by the industry solutions developed in the GSC. Naghmana has successfully led many high impact BAO initiatives for IBM in the Automotive and A&D industries.Naghmana has been actively giving back to communities by participating as well as leading inseveral programs including the Engineers Week and the GIGA WOT (Girls Inspired GreatlyAbout the World of Technology) camp. She is a member of multiple Women in Technologygroups and serves on the board for Education for the City of Coppell Chamber of Commerce.Naghmana has shared her expertise and experience by mentoring ibmers as well ascustomers in both technical and professional development capacity.
  • 8. From sophisticated in-vehicle software, to complex “systemof systems” ecosystems, cars are getting smarter every day © Copyright IBM Corporation 2012
  • 9. Sophisticated consumers are changing the Automotive industry marketplace Individuals …while Information sources are growing… …making Interactions are changing.. much more complex Fixed and general Open and unrestrained One of “many” Through dealerships Direct personal Far-reaching social Many “Ones” relations connections Multi-channel, multi-directional …and Influencers are expanding…9 Transforming Retail: Engaging customers through information,iInfluencers and interactions | IBM IBV Study
  • 10. Need for new product and service offerings that disrupt traditional buying options for consumers New or Different Products New or Different Services Highly Efficient Embedded and Connected Mobility Vehicles Services Services Transforming Retail: Engaging customers through information,iInfluencers and interactions Source: IBM IBV Analysis.10
  • 11. Big Data presents a huge new opportunity Volume Velocity Variety 10 terabytes 10 TB of sensor data every 30 24x7 Consumer data from online 80% Unstructured data Various data sources spanning sesmic minutes sources at the speed of data, sensor data, digital conversation images, documents…Analyze terabytes of equipment Analyze consumer insights Integrate real-time, highlysensor data to analyze systems data to improve product granular data from equipment conditions and to understand features and profitability by sensors with structured and causal relationships of eliminating unstructured data in the equipment performance unnecessary, costly features production process to reduce variance. and adding those that are of waste and maximize yield or higher value. throughput.
  • 12. Imagine the Possibilities of Analyzing All Available Data Faster, More Comprehensive, Less Expensive Real-time Understand and act preventive Fraud & risk on customer maintenance detection sentimentAccurate operational Predict and act on intent Quickly identify critical intelligence to purchase safety defects.
  • 13. Panel DiscussionModerator / panel discussion 15 minutesAudience / panel discussion 25 minutes