Panel discussion with IoT executives from GE, Intel, Bosch and Telefonica, lead by Claro Partners, to discuss the emerging IoT business landscape, using a tool developed by Claro Partners mapping out IoT offerings to help companies identify opportunities in the Internet of Things.
Description of the session
Explore the opportunities in the Internet of Things, using an interactive map with 400+ startups and initiatives, structured across 10 business and consumer facing verticals and 5 types of enablers. The emerging business landscape shows the vastness, variety, and scope of the Internet of Things and is a key tool to identification of new opportunity spaces for businesses looking to take a fundamental role in the market.
IoTWF attendees get temporary access to the landscape, which is normally only accessible for our clients. Login details can be found in the presentation.
After a tour through the IoT landscape, a diverse panel of industry experts will discuss:
1. How it will evolve in the near future
2. Where are the opportunity spaces for companies to provide valuable products and services.
3. What it will take to realise this evolution of the IoT.
Xavier Capellades Ramos - Head of New Products, Thinking Things, Telefonica Digital
Stefan Ferber - Vice President at Bosch Software Innovations, Bosch
Tom DeMaria, GE Global Research, Director of Technology, Office of CTO, responsible for IoT and Industrial Internet
Rick Lisa - Director, Worldwide IoT/M2M Business Development, Intel
Aldo de Jong, Co-Founder Claro Partners & Data-IoT accelerator
Aldo helps corporations and startups to navigate disruptive change. With Claro and the accelerator, he provides Business Innovation and Service Design in the context of disruptive changes in society and business, such as the Personal Data Economy, Internet of Things (IoT) and Value Exchange networks. Aldo is a strategist with a strong analytical capability and business acumen, coupled with creativity and passion for understanding people.
He understands what it takes to take an initiative through the organization to the marketplace. He focuses on working with change-makers in industries affected by disruption, like Telecommunications, Technology, Financial Services and Media and with disruptive startups. Prior to founding Claro, he was a founding member of the Barcelona office of Smart Design and worked in various commercial and marketing roles at General Electric. He holds an MBA from IESE Business School in Barcelona and an MSc Chemical Engineering from Delft University of Technology.
Currently Aldo is looking for mentors, investors and corporate partners for the Data-IoT accelerator program he is starting. This program will transform teams into high-performance startups in the "white-hot" opportunity spaces of Smart Data and Internet of Things.
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