AI Application In Manufacturing: Hear How Machine Learning Is Revolutionizing Predictive Maintenance In Manufacturing
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom A
11:40 - 12:00
In this session you will hear how large industrial manufacturers are utilizing AI with IoT to revolutionize their Predictive Maintenance efforts and how they are monetizing these new services to generate new revenue streams. From large Automotive to Industrial Manufacturers are rapidly deploying IoT with AI to gain a competitive edge over their competition and to disrupt the market, be part of this growing trend in the industry.
Mighael Botha is a seasoned professional with more than 30 years of experience in Information Technology.
As CTO for North America Mighael regularly meets with Fortune 500 C-Level Executives on topics covering Digital Transformation, Blockchain, Cloud Computing, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, IoT and how these organizations can become Data Driven Enterprises.
Prior to joining Software AG, Mighael worked at number of Fortune 500 companies across the Globe as an Enterprise Architect and field CTO.
Mighael holds a Masters Degree in Computer Science and is a passionate speaker on all aspects of Information Technology and how Business and IT needs to change to support 21st Century Business Models and Digital Transformation.
Software AG helps companies with their digital transformation. With Software AG's Digital Business Platform, companies can better interact with their customers and bring them on new 'digital' journeys, promote unique value propositions, and create new business opportunities. In the Internet of Things (IoT) market, Software AG enables enterprises to integrate, connect and manage IoT components as well as analyze data and predict future events based on Artificial Intelligence (AI). The Digital Business Platform is built on decades of uncompromising software development, IT experience and technological leadership. Software AG has more than 4,500 employees, is active in 70 countries and had revenues of €879 million in 2017.