Bosch ConnectedWorld is an annual event that celebrates the Internet of Things (IoT). Presented by the Bosch Group, the fifth annual conference takes place February 21-22, 2018 at STATION-Berlin.
Bosch ConnectedWorld’s purpose is to provide the inspiration, education, and connections you need to thrive in IoT. This February, we will host more than 140 speakers on four stages presenting IoT trends and implementations in front of more than 3,500 conference and hackathon participants.
Through inspiring keynotes, three session tracks, a huge IoT exhibition, a Meet Up stage, a hackathon, and a lot networking opportunities, you will learn how the Bosch ConnectedWorld experience, and especially IoT, is truly remarkable.
Presentation: Connecting Things: How Data Connects to Empower IoT
Crispin Clarke – Senior Vice President Europe
Meet Up Stage
Wednesday, February 21st, 2018
12:50 pm – 1:10 pm
The Internet of Things is rapidly becoming the Internet of Everything. And with that comes massive scale up in data and in messages being generated and delivered for analysis and machine learning. Without data movement, IoT is meaningless. And too often it is assumed that IoT data is a straight-line problem and fail at meeting the sheer scale of the problem.
During this talk we will look at the importance of creating the right data pathways and data workflows to allow you to scale up as your solutions scale. We’ll discuss capabilities that such a data flow needs and look at some different use cases in fields like connected cars, smart cities and healthcare. We delve into why data management is important and why you need to consider the impact of design on data consistency.
After all, a few zettabytes of data might require a bit of thought.