Accelerations of M2M connections in automotive, energy, health and consumer electronics markets.
Michael Hay, vice president and chief engineer, office of technology planning, HDS
Maternus Stein, senior manager and solution sales, Vodafone
You may have heard of M2M, the notion that machines in our world learn—gathering automotive, health, and consumer data—and connect to share information.
By 2020, an estimated 50 billion physical objects will be consuming, generating and communicating data, in effect turning the world into a giant data center.
This futuristic vision of M2M is massive, from efficiencies to services. We will discuss how people and companies can use these intelligent devices, which exchange real-time information, to open up a range of possibilities.
At Hitachi, we are actively engaged in answering these questions. We create solutions based on the Internet of Things, in industries ranging from transportation to telecommunications.
Our focus is on M2M and the next frontier, built around innovative solutions that combine IT and Operations Technology (OT) to have a profound effect on quality of life, safety, and sustainability.
Join Michael and our customer from Vodafone as they share insights, use cases and opportunities so we can learn together during HDS Global Account and Global Systems Integrator Office Hours.