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Arrow Comes Home Webinar – IoT and Industrial 4.0

Date: 30 September 2020 08:30 - 30 September 2020 11:30

In partnership with Arrow Electronics, Digital Catapult is running a series of free webinars covering a wide range of topics.

About this Event

Digital Catapult and Arrow will be hosting a series of webinars focused to support innovators and industrial adopters to understand key technology trends and hear from suppliers that are developing advanced digital technologies.

Our second webinar on 30 September is focused on IoT and industrial 4.0.

Smart phones, smart TV’s, smart lighting even smart shoelaces! Who knew 20 years ago we would be living in a world where everything is connected? This is the internet of things, a network of physical devices which are embedded with software, sensors and network connectivity to collect and exchange data.

So what makes them smart?

These everyday objects are able to transmit data and automate tasks with little to no manual intervention. IoT is arguably the most important part of the technology world and can have numerous benefits, with enterprises already leveraging IoT to automate many of their daily tasks we’re living in a world where technology can be truly limitless. This webinar will cover many aspects of IoT including the showcase of products and solutions and an opportunity to network with industry leaders who can guide you to maximise IoT to your advantage.

Digital Catapult and Arrow work together on a wide range of activities to accelerate the adoption of advanced digital technologies.This event series will enable the technology ecosystem to meet and discuss the next generation of technologies and how they can be adopted.

Who should attend

This webinar will be of interest to:

  • Startups and established companies looking to develop their technical capabilities and knowledge of IoT, sensor systems and electronics, who want to meet leading suppliers who can support this technology.
  • Academics, students or researchers interested in industry applications and commercialisation of innovations.
  • Anyone with a general interest in gaining a better understanding of electronics and digital technology.