Now in its 3rd year, the annual Internet of Manufacturing Germany is Europe’s leading event for the fast growing and business critical Industrial Internet of Things sector. With over half of all production processes now using IoT and most manufacturers now planning how to embed smart devices or intelligence into products, companies are already reporting increased productivity and profitability.
Germany is the birthplace of the Industrie 4.0 initiative and with its strong manufacturing sector, from family run Mittelstand companies to global automotive companies, penetration of IIoT and automation has already been significant. To really take off and reach their potential, manufacturers now need a roadmap to implement IoT, specific to their organisation.
Companies that embrace automation will not just take advantage of the breakneck pace of digital change, but will also create a new digital world where they hold competitive advantage.
“The manufacturing industry is increasingly aware of the potential of IoT to identify new opportunities and revenue potential. However, in a risk-averse and cost-sensitive environment adoption of IoT has not moved past the initial stages. When speaking with those in the industry it’s clear that practical digital transformation roadmaps, via new ‘how to’ presentations and onsite clinics are crucial in providing the clarity needed to move the industry forwards.
Building on the success of the 2017 event, my aim at Internet of Manufacturing 2018 is to provide attendees with the tools to create their roadmap for scalable and reliable implementation of IoT solutions and products. Attendees will leave this event empowered to advance their digital transformation journey, with clear ROI strategies to make adoption of IoT feasible.”
Internet of Manufacturing will provide partners an opportunity to find new prospects, meet existing clients, shorten sales cycles and offer a cost-efficient way to do business with the right decision-makers in one place over two days.
50+ Speakers – more case studies from manufacturers who have taken IoT from pilot to project
300+ leading senior level manufacturers in attendance – pre-qualified by seniority, budget, need and engagement
Guaranteed 1 to 1 meetings with selected delegates using our meeting matching system
Inspiring thought leadership - 3 tracks of comprehensive and varied content positioning partners as a leading company in IIOT
30+ inspiring and innovative technology partners
More networking opportunities: our concierge service will introduce you to the people you want to meet
Brand awareness – through the Internet of Business digital platform and email sponsorship
Lead Generation – high value marketing qualified leads (MQLs) with actual projects
Market Research – hear the latest on how this rapidly evolving technology is developing
Held in Munich – at the heart of Germany’s technology corridor
Over 50 experts in Predictive Maintenance, Data Analysis, Automation and Smart Factory solutions for 2018.See all speakers
Not only can you address the practical issues around IIot implementation in the thought leadership sessions but you also have the opportunity to talk technical with some of the leading providers in this fast moving market – the people at the cutting edge of IoT implementation. We provide a 1 to 1 meetings service as part of your participation providing the opportunity to discuss your own particular issues in detail with market experts.See all
Key industry figures on our Advisory CommitteeSee all speakers
This event is tailored for Technical Decision Makers and Business Decision Makers in the key industries of automotive, technology, aerospace, machinery and construction materials, food and beverage, chemicals and pharmaceuticals.
The conference will be appropriate for:
Chief Information Officers
Chief Digital Officers
Chief Technology Officers
Chief Operating Officers
You may be eligible to attend this conference on a complimentary ticket, if you have or are looking to start an active project and you fulfil our qualification criteria. Please click the Attend button for further information.Attend
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It explains how the industry is evolving and segments the market. It will help you gain an in-depth understanding of the IIoT marketplace and how it is changing the manufacturing sector.
We understand that one of the key reasons to attend a conference is to network, learn from our peers and make useful contacts.
We have a range of options managed through our concierge services to maximise the effectiveness of your attendance and to ensure you meet the people you want to meet:
Pre-scheduled 1 to 1 business meetings with the leading industrial IoT global solution providers
Thought provoking hosted lunches and dinners
Roundtable discussions – uncover project details from other motivated delegates themed by expertise
Meet the speakers - Q+A post presentation for a chance to interact
Tailored networking and speed networking
Our lighter IoBMixr entertainment to experience all that Munich offers
Staged in Munich, in the heart of Germany’s technology corridor, Internet of Manufacturing is perfectly placed for not only the major technology industries across southern Germany but also from the surrounding countries.
The Grand Westin, Munich is a prestigious hotel right at the heart of the city with sophisticated meeting areas, comfortable rooms and good facilities. The hotel can be reached easily by car via the ring road and the city centre is ten minutes away by subway. Munich Airport and the main railway station are easily accessible.
Internet of Business has secured preferential rates for your stay during the conference. To book a room, click below.
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