Software engineering provider Noser Engineering, headquartered in Switzerland, announced today the international Noser Technology Impulse Roadshow series to demonstrate how companies can gain a competitive advantage in challenging industrial environments by implementing innovative business models with the Internet of Things (IoT).
For a common man IoT is a technology linking everything, but for technology enthusiasts, working on the different compatible platforms, these conferences provide an insight into the latest developments and the changes in the already existing technologies. IoT is much talked about in today’s world. Every manufacturer is developing newer and better devices. We have all heard of smart homes, self-organizing supply chains, autonomous drones and smart fitness trackers. And often wondered how to implement IoT into their our own products and services. Implementing innovative solutions raises not only complex technical challenges but also strategic questions.
“After the hype in 2015, decision-makers are now asking how implementing IoT solutions adds value and how can we profit?” said Geri Moll, CEO Noser Engineering AG. “Strategic considerations and a structured approach are essential. I am pleased that we can give the Swiss industrial work place new impetus with our roadshows and help shape a successful future.”
“Innovative IoT projects can be challenging, and are often set to fail from the start without a structured approach,” said Dr. Michael Eisenring, Business Unit Manager, Embedded Systems, Noser Engineering. “Our 4-step approach balances investment and innovation and helps businesses innovate existing or extended product lines and expand into new business areas with new services.”
The Noser Technology Impulse Roadshows will feature a keynote presentation from Prof. Dr. Michael Durst, ITONICS GmbH and practical recommendations to strategically implement innovative business models with IoT.
The venues for the show are:
Bern, May 23rd, 2016
Lucerne, May 24th, 2016
Zurich, May 25th, 2016
Munich, June 7th, 2016
For more information and registration please visit: http://www.noser.com/nti