Overview:

Manufacturing has entered the big data era, with access to more information that can be used to increase throughput, boost yields, improve efficiency, and reduce downtime. But for many manufacturers, machine tools operate in relative silos, so it is a major challenge to collect, analyze, and act on data generated across the factory floor.

This webinar discusses how the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data technologies can overcome key hurdles with a solution based on ingredients from Dell, Intel, Mitsubishi Electric, and Revolution Analytics that provide:

  • World-class security as the foundation
  • Automated discovery and provisioning of edge devices to ease deployment
  • Data normalization through protocol abstraction to improve interoperability
  • Broad analytics infrastructure from edge to cloud to gain actionable insights
  • Infrastructure to monetize hardware, software, and data management from edge to cloud

Speakers

Brandon Cheng Way Koh
New Business Pathfinder, Manufacturing, Industrial and Utilities Solution Division,
Intel Internet of Things Group.

Brandon Koh is currently the new business development manager for the Internet of Things Group manufacturing vertical at Intel. He is responsible for business ideation, solution path-finding, ecosystem enabling and early go to market execution on key new technologies with industry leaders. Most recently, Brandon Koh led an Internet of Things Big Data Analytics implementation in Intel own factory and is responsible for jointly architecting the solution and business strategies of the implementation.

Brandon has a BS electronics engineering degree from Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis. He carries a 15 years Intel experience around engineering, technical support, product marketing and solution architecture as is based out of Intel Penang, Malaysia.




Kirsten Billhardt
Internet of Things Marketing Strategist, Dell OEM Solutions

Kirsten Billhardt is the marketing strategist for Internet of Things at Dell OEM Solutions. She helps shape Dell OEM’s go-to-market for these new technologies, and owns messaging and market activation.

Kirsten has a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from GMI / Kettering University, an M.S. in Engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from Harvard University.