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THREE-PART WEBINAR SERIES

Navigating the Complexities and Benefits of IoT Design and Implementation

The Internet of Things (IoT) is still relatively new, but today, many companies are looking to adopt and integrate IoT into their existing equipment to maintain competitive advantage and introduce “smart” solutions into their products. But, IoT solutions are costly and, while this idea is simple in theory, it comes with significant complexities that are often overlooked by many investigating the development of IoT-enabled, connected products. 

November
29

WEBINAR 1 Jumpstarting IoT: Taking the first steps, from ground zero to connected devices 1 p.m. EST | 10 a.m. PDY | 12 p.m. CST View Recording  

December
13

WEBINAR 2 Shuffling the Deck: How IoT fits into your organization 1 p.m. EST | 10 a.m. PST | 12 p.m. CST

January
10

WEBINAR 3 Monetization Capabilities: Demonstrating the value of IoT 1 p.m. EST | 10 a.m. PST | 12 p.m. CST

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About the series

Whether you’ve just begun researching IoT solution options or you’ve ventured down this path for years, this webinar series will guide you through what it takes to develop a successful IoT roadmap and enhance your capability to deliver world-class IoT solutions. During this three-part webinar series, you will: 

Learn core IoT concepts

Identify where you are on the IoT roadmap

Evaluate your current IoT capabilities

Gain answers to your most pressing IoT questions, including when you can expect ROI

About the series

Whether you’ve just begun researching IoT solution options or you’ve ventured down this path for years, this webinar series will guide you through what it takes to develop a successful IoT roadmap and enhance your capability to deliver world-class IoT solutions. During this three-part webinar series, you will: 

Learn core IoT concepts

Identify where you are on the IoT roadmap

Evaluate your current IoT capabilities

Gain answers to your most pressing IoT questions, including when you can expect ROI

Webinar 2

Shuffling the Deck: How IoT fits into your organization 

Understanding your organization’s readiness to implement an IoT solution, as well as which solution is most ideal, can be confusing. Join our second webinar in the series to:  

Find out which crucial steps in the process are often overlooked and can impede your ability to get smart equipment launched successfully and within budget.  

 Understand your organization’s point on the journey and maturity level in IoT to minimize mistakes and accelerate success. 

Learn what it takes for an organization to implement IoT solutions successfully. 

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In the series

Webinar 1

Jumpstarting IoT: Taking the first steps, from ground zero to connected devices

Considering the demands of today’s businesses and continued challenge of staying innovative and competitive, moving quickly is a must. The goal of this webinar is to review key IoT concepts, define the current business value of connectivity, and understand what it takes to go from idea to implementation. Over the past few years, we’ve worked with numerous companies on their smart/connected solution initiatives and have developed some common themes that are key to moving quickly from concept to marketable solution. Join us and learn what it takes to add intelligence to your equipment and processes.  

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Webinar 3

Monetization Capabilities: Demonstrating the value of IoT

While navigating the pathway to designing IoT-enabled products, services, and solutions, it’s also important to consider costs and how IoT can be monetized as part of your larger strategy. The final webinar in the series will help you to: 

  • Understand how the combination of hardware and software integrations involved in IoT can make the long-term assessment of cost and labor more complex, but also reveal new, disruptive revenue streams 
  • Approach monetization strategically, avoiding common hurdles 
  • Learn several ways to monetize IoT, as well as the short- and long-term costs associated with IoT solutions  

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Meet Your Hosts

Sean Otto

Dr. Sean Otto Dr. Sean Otto currently leads business development for Cyient’s Advanced Analytics team, focused on designing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning models to improve the functionality and reliability of equipment and systems across industries. Leveraging the expertise of Cyient, a global equipment engineering and manufacturing service provider, and the growing advantages of the Internet of Things and connected devices, Dr. Otto and his analytics team bridge the needed gap between technology, operations and business. His focus is on completing the “last mile” of AI and connected experiences in the Internet of Things where most of the long-term value is realized for businesses and their customers.

Matt Winkler

Matt Winkler As chief digital solutions architect for Cyient’s Industrial, Energy, and Natural Resources business unit, Matt Winkler focuses on developing digital solutions by leveraging Cyient’s engineering capabilities to identify and solve clients’ business problems. Over the past 12 years at Cyient, Matt has led a number of teams and executed diverse engineering projects in engineering simulation, mechanical engineering, embedded electronics, and IoT for a variety of global clients in the aerospace, automotive, rail transportation, energy, mining, and heavy equipment domains. He believes every engineering challenge tells a unique story, and the better we understand the characters, the narrative, and the audience, the easier the problem is to solve!

Meet Your Hosts

Sean Otto

Dr. Sean Otto Dr. Sean Otto currently leads business development for Cyient’s Advanced Analytics team, focused on designing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning models to improve the functionality and reliability of equipment and systems across industries. Leveraging the expertise of Cyient, a global equipment engineering and manufacturing service provider, and the growing advantages of the Internet of Things and connected devices, Dr. Otto and his analytics team bridge the needed gap between technology, operations and business. His focus is on completing the “last mile” of AI and connected experiences in the Internet of Things where most of the long-term value is realized for businesses and their customers.

Matt Winkler

Matt Winkler As chief digital solutions architect for Cyient’s Industrial, Energy, and Natural Resources business unit, Matt Winkler focuses on developing digital solutions by leveraging Cyient’s engineering capabilities to identify and solve clients’ business problems. Over the past 12 years at Cyient, Matt has led a number of teams and executed diverse engineering projects in engineering simulation, mechanical engineering, embedded electronics, and IoT for a variety of global clients in the aerospace, automotive, rail transportation, energy, mining, and heavy equipment domains. He believes every engineering challenge tells a unique story, and the better we understand the characters, the narrative, and the audience, the easier the problem is to solve!