IoT: What is it? Can you profit from “IT”?

  • August 15, 2019
    2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Our August event is going to be one you do not want to miss!
IoT or Internet of Things, is a subject floating around many IT shops and likely gets brought up company wide. Some organizations are having great success, some are failing miserably, and some do not even know where to start.

Join the WTA on August 15th, where we learn about what it is, and hear from two local WI companies, as they tell us how they have used this great technology to create highly successful businesses.

Agenda: 2-5:30pm

Bob Fronberry from Patina solutions will be giving us an overview of IoT, as well as looking at some use cases and the future of it.

About Bob:

Global technology leader experienced in leveraging advanced digital technologies across multiple industries and functions.  Knowledgeable in predictive analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, internet of things and their impact in driving improved profitability and operational excellence.

Managed high performing Fortune 500 technology organizations for more than 30 yrs delivering significant business value through several “technology revolutions”. Adept at separating the voodoo from the can-do. Focusing on the practical capabilities that can differentiate a business in a chaotic, fast-paced market.

After Bob speaks, hear success stories from local MKE companies including:

Scanalytics – Joe Scanlin – A Wisconsin IoT Success Story

  • Scanalytics Overview and Lessons Learned from Launching an IoT Startup in Wisconsin
  • Unique Challenges of Building an IoT Company That Makes “Things” as well as Software
  • Opportunities for People to Create and/or Work in IoT Driven Companies
  • Scanalytics’ Business Strategy and What’s Next!

Prior to Scanalytics, Joe studied a range of subjects from Organizational Behavior to Applied Neuroscience. Joe is a proud veteran of the United States Marine Corps, where he served as a non-commissioned officer. He sits on the board of multiple technology companies in the computer vision, artificial intelligence, and medical device fields. Joe has contributed to and authored books, papers, and patents in the fields of spatial science, sensor design, and natural language processing. Joe helped create “Atmos” which is a Chicago-based spatial science consortium focused on promoting urban intelligence through adoption of smart buildings. Joe is a frequent speaker on the topic of interior and behavioral analytics across organizations like IFMA and TEDx.

Stack 41 – Ian Favill & Henry Probst will be giving a joint IoT presentation.

Caravela IoT, a division of Stack41 and The Probst Group – Ian Favill, President of Stack41 and Henry Probst, President of The Probst Group – The Mechanics of an American Industrial IoT Solution

  • Industrial IoT and its American condition
  • The story of IoT adoption in an industrial setting
  • Practical thoughts on how to structure a successful IoT solution

Ian is a co-founder, responsible for the sales, marketing and outside relationships side of Stack41 and Caravela IoT, the two halves of a 5 year-old Milwaukee startup company. Stack41 is a data center services company with private cage operations in Milwaukee and Minneapolis, and Caravela is a full-ecosystem industrial IoT company that is powered by the Stack41 private cloud.

Henry Probst grew up with a passion for providing technologically advanced, innovative solutions that would provide better results for treating process wastewater and returning clean, pure water back to the environment. Henry has a Bachelors Degree in Environmental Civil Engineering from UW-Milwaukee. He is the owner and President of The Probst Group – a wastewater engineering and consulting firm located in Brookfield, WI with approximately 50 employees. The company is following Henry’s goals and providing some of the most advanced wastewater solutions in the country.

Venue:  

Address:
2500 North Mayfair Road, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, 53226, United States

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