IBM IoT Exchange

Hear from Watson IoT clients, such as Rolls-Royce, Defence Infrastructure Organization, Visteon, and Karantis360.

Day 1 - June 11

11 June 08:30 - 9:30

Registration


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track:

11 June 09:30 - 10:30

Keynote- IoT Data + AI: Driving Your Operational Transformation


 

Abstract: IoT data and AI are at the center of helping transform operations in asset intensive industries, with a focus on helping businesses operate more efficiently and effectively, and innovate quickly at a lower cost. During this session, Andy Bennett, WW Sales Leader, Watson IoT, will share how IBM, our clients, and our partners use AI to transform operations today, and in the future.

Presented by: Andy Bennett

Track:

11 June 10:45 - 11:15

Engineering - Engineering Lifecycle Optimization


 

Abstract: Every future product we develop is going to be smarter, leverage the vast amount of data being generated by the Internet of Things connectivity, and rely on AI to deliver the functionality consumers will demand. The only question is will your engineering/development team be up to the task. Come to learn the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management direction and strategy, what's driving the digital transformation of engineering management and how IBM products are evolving to address these challenges. At this session you will get a view of the IBM vision for our market leading engineering lifecycle management products, where we are focusing for the next 12-24 months, providing you with high level blueprint of our upcoming product releases.

Presented by: Hazel Woodcock, IBM

Track: Engineering

11 June 10:45 - 11:15

IoT Platform - IoT Market Outlook & Insights


 

Abstract: Across industries, leading organizations are unlocking the power of data with AI and IoT to innovate asset management, optimize real estate and facilities, improve software and systems engineering, and advance digital transformations. What is the state of play for your industry and what's next? During this session, the IBM IOT leadership team will share perspectives on marketplace trends, along with perspectives on the ongoing virtualization and digitization of the physical world around us.

Presented by: Will Streit: Director of Offering Management, IBM

Track: IoT Platform

 

Maximo - Supercharge your Assets with Maximo


 

Abstract: As the equipment you manage becomes more sophisticated, new tools and processes will be required to maximize their performance and value. During this session leaders of the Maximo Offering Management team will present the portfolio including strategy, branding and investments and will discuss how to apply IoT data and AI to more efficiently and effectively manage the assets of today and tomorrow, and how new tools and partnerships can help you predict asset failure, optimize production, extend asset lifecycles, and improve worker safety.

Presented by: Brendan Crotty, IBM and Ishan Sehgal, IBM

Track: Maximo

 

TRIRIGA - TRIRIGA Portfolio Roadmap & Workplace Experience


 

Abstract: Connected facilities offer new levels of operational efficiency and optimisation. With data, AI and IoT, business leaders can not only reduce operating costs, but gain more actionable insights on building performance and across all aspects of their real estate portfolio. Join IBM offering management for a TRIRIGA portfolio roadmap and an early glimpse into upcoming capabilities that will help clients continue to drive operational excellence and create workplaces that matter.

Presented by: Paul Lacey, IBM, Sam O'Neill, TRIRIGA Building Insights Offering Leader and Dan Mazzella, Lead Software Architect - IBM TRIRIGA Platform, Wipro

Track: TRIRIGA

11 June 11:30 - 12:00

Engineering - What's New in Engineering Lifecycle Management - A review of the new features/futures of ELM portfolio


 

Abstract: Your company will not be competitive using the engineering management tools of yesterday. Spreadsheets, simple word documents and emails will not cut it. Your engineering team needs to embrace tools that provide an end-to-end engineering lifecycle management approach. Come to learn about the new features/functions of the ELM 6.0.6.1 just released. This session will go beyond what you an read in the RFA, providing an overview of the major new functions and performance enhancements in 6.0.6.1. If your organization is running on older releases of the IBM engineering products you will want to come and learn product details so you can better evaluate when your organization will upgrade your environment. This session will focus on product features/functions that are available today for your engineering environment.

Presented by: Richard Watson, IBM

Track: Engineering

 

IoT Platform - Take the IoT Plunge - From Proof to Production


 

Abstract: Are you ready to make the most of your data? Using an IoT Platform gives you many options on how to get started. And eventually, with the business case clear and the technological implications well understood, moving the solution into the “production” phase is where the benefits can truly be garnered. During this session, you will hear how the IBM IoT Platform provides a cloud-based solution which incorporates the capabilities that the majority of IoT projects require, based on our experience with many customer engagements.

Presented by: Mark Swinson: Watson IOT Sales Executive, IBM

Track: IoT Platform

 

Maximo - The Future of Asset Management - Addressing the Asset Performance Conundrum with APM


 

Abstract: Asset intensive organizations are struggling to develop a balance between cost cutting and risk reduction in order to optimize asset performance. This session will articulate a point of view on the digital re-invention that is changing operating models in a disruptive ways and driving companies to change to remain competitive. Come hear how IBM is helping clients leverage AI and IoT in an effort to digitally transform their organizations.

Presented by: Etienne Pelletier, IBM

Track: Maximo

 

TRIRIGA - Enable the Human Experience: JLL has extended TRIRIGA using Modo Labs to improve the workplace experience


 

Abstract: Elevating experience is the new CRE mandate. In order for organizations to stay competitive in this changing market, we must create a workplace experience that improves wellness, productivity, and happiness. Utilizing new technology in innovative ways sets these organizations apart. Over the last three years, JLL has conducted a series of research focused on the Future of Work.

Presented by: Melanie Mack, Head of IWMS Solutions, Rahul Pande, Technical Lead, JLL

Track: TRIRIGA

11 June 12:15 - 13:15

Networking Lunch @ Solutions Centre


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track:

11 June 13:15 - 13:45

Engineering - Test early, test often - automate test execution with Test Management to maintain high quality- reviewing Engineering Test Management


 

Abstract: Model Based Testing with Rhapsody TestConductor allows specifying and executing tests from early design phases on, enabling to continuously test the design while it is being developed. Based on the TestConductor adapter for RQM test execution can be scheduled from RQM for automatic execution on the test machines while the results of the test execution can be inspected in RQM simply using a web browser.

Presented by: Udo Brockmeyer, BTC Embedded Systems AG and Christian Wachtendorf, BTC Embedded Systems AG

Track: Engineering

 

IoT Platform - Getting IoT projects up-and-running, at scale


 

Abstract: Alex Taylor from Net4 will cover how they, along with IBM and other IBM Business Partners, are helping clients across various industries connect their devices, collect data, and get their IoT projects from pilot to production quickly.

Presented by: Alex Taylor, Net4

Track: IoT Platform

 

Maximo - Power to the People - Driving Value with the IBM Maximo Workcenters and SaaS


 

Abstract: Wondering where to begin with Maximo? Do your teams need more from Maximo? Wondering how better UX equals better business outcomes? Wonder how SaaS can supercharge your teams and partners? The new Maximo user experience reimagines Maximo functions in a user outcome-driven design, and SaaS puts that power into the hands of your users anywhere and anytime.. Learn how to get the most from Maximo , and the latest capabilities in work management and supply-chain, and learn how to get up and running today with the power of SaaS!

Presented by: Tristan O'Gorman, IBM and Brendan Crotty, IBM

Track: Maximo

 

TRIRIGA - Future of Workspace Optimization with IBM TRIRIGA Building Insights


 

Abstract: Many organizations embrace the “work where you are and where you’re needed” principle. That means they need to relook at the way their space is allocated and utilized in order to achieve cost optimization. In this session, we will present examples of how space optimization can help you provide state-of-the-art facilities, and show how IBM TRIRIGA Building Insights adds value by providing insights and answers for today’s workspace planner ?' all without having to write single line of code.

Presented by: Samantha O'Neill, IBM

Track: TRIRIGA

11 June 14:00 - 14:30

Engineering - Deployment of the ELM toolsuite to achieve ASPICE compliance


 

Abstract: Visteon employs approximately 3000 software engineers globally. Organisation has been running on CC/CQ for many years along with a plethora of excel and project worksheets to manage software delivery. The initial phase of the project was to migrate the organisation to RTC for Configuration and Change management following this the organisation adopted the other tools in the CLM toolchain to provide a fully integrated development lifecycle and to support ASPICE compliance.

Presented by: Mitch Vaughan, Visteon

Track: Engineering

 

IoT Platform - Bringing Watson IoT from Cloud to Edge with Distributed AI


 

Abstract: IBM Research has several activities which are looking at the task of performing AI-enabled IoT applications at the edge. The goal is to bring the power of Watson IoT solutions from a centralized location in IBM Cloud to edge devices, which may be on-prem servers or edge gateways. These activities range from a span of fundamental research activities, in which algorithms to enable new models for learning from data generated at the edge efficiently are being explored, to applied research activities -- in which we are applying these algorithms to solve issues such as discovery connected IoT devices in an enterprise, to use of network hashes to improve IoT and IT business operations. In this talk, we will provide an overview of the fundamental research activities, with deep dives into selected areas of applied research.

Presented by: Dave Braines: CTO Emerging Technology, IBM UK

Track: IoT Platform

 

Maximo - Rolls-Royce's Utilization of Maximo for Aviation to Hit SLAs


 

Abstract: The session will introduce the audience to the Rolls-Royce Business and the use of Maximo in our company. Why we have chosen Maximo for Aviation and on our Aviation Upgrade Experiences, challenges and lessons learned. We will then talk about what's next for Maximo in Rolls-Royce in particular: Consolidation of systems and tools, Integrations, Mobility and Scheduler

Presented by: Adriano Portaro and Luke Bibbey, Rolls-Royce

Track: Maximo

 

TRIRIGA - DIO and MACS present: Bringing UX to life - sharing TRIRIGA best practices


 

Abstract: Join this session to learn how the UK Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), UK Ministry of Defence deployed TRIRIGA to achieve operational efficiency through cross-functional enterprise management of the DIO's entire estate (1% of the UK’s land mass). Having worked through initial challenges of being an early adopter, DIO will share best practices and insights on the capital projects module, evolution of IWMS support & development on their UX journey.

Presented by: Peter Lemon, Head of Analytics and Insight, DIO, UK Ministry of Defence; Alex Brain, UK Operations & Professional Services Manager, MACS

Track: TRIRIGA

11 June 14:30 - 15:00

Afternoon Break @ Solutions Centre


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track:

11 June 15:00 - 15:30

Engineering - Realizing digital engineering - Examples from Aerospace and Defence


 

Abstract: Transforming today's engineering processes Into a digital 'single source of truth' has been Identified as a major Initiative by the US DoD. In this talk we will illustrate how IBM ELM enables a digital systems engineering process, that covers the design process of a complex system like man and unmanned air and land vehicles.

Presented by: Eran Grey, IBM ; Graham Bleakley, IBM

Track: Engineering

 

IoT Platform - How Mobility and Transportation IOT Solutions Are Changing the World


 

Abstract: Today the connected vehicle can notify someone in the case of a crash, remotely lock your doors, provide Infotainment functions for entertainment and integrate with your Smartphone. With the changes in mobility and transportation, along with the changes from semi autonomous vehicles, everyone from auto manufacturers to insurance companies need to investigate new business models. During this session, learn about the next evolution of connected vehicle manufacturing and insurance data integration solutions which are changing the industry.

Presented by: Ishan Sehgal: Program Director of Offering Management, IBM and Shyam Duraiswami: Enterprise Architect, IBM GBS

Track: IoT Platform

 

Maximo - Practical Examples and Roadmaps to Deliver value in Plant and Engineering Assets


 

Abstract: In this session will use industry examples and use cases of IoT in an asset intensive landscape to illustrate how our clients are addressing the climb towards Asset Management maturity, Customer experience, Operational efficiency and Maintenance Optimisation. We will examine the ingredients needed in the planning and sustainable delivery of programmes, and how to sustain value in steady state in Connected Maintenance.

Presented by: James Neophytou Executive Partner, IBM GBS, Industrial Sector

Track: Maximo

 

TRIRIGA - IBM New Perceptive Stacking and Work Planner apps in TRIRIGA


 

Abstract: Learn how the new TRIRIGA Perceptive Stacking and Work Planner apps build on existing capabilities to provide new valuable features, allowing TRIRIGA space and maintenance professionals to streamline their work.

Presented by: Paul Lacey, TRIRIGA Offering Leader, IBM

Track: TRIRIGA

11 June 15:45 - 16:15

Engineering - Best Practices for Requirements Collaboration in the engineering value chain


 

Abstract: Many companies are now partnering with others in an engineering value chain to jointly develop or deliver offerings more quickly than they could alone. However, collaborating across organizational boundaries raises concerns around security, compliance quality, and efficiency. In this session, we’ll explore different approaches to collaborative requirements engineering for today and the future, including infrastructure considerations, based on real-world observations.

Presented by: Kathryn Fryer, IBM

Track: Engineering

 

IoT Platform - Extending Freedom for the Elderly Through IoT and AI


 

Abstract: Every day, millions of people around the world take on caring responsibility for loved ones, which can have detrimental impact on the quality of life for the whole family if not managed correct. During this session, learn how Karantis360 along with IBM have developed a new approach, using IoT technologies, to collect data about the movements and day-to-day activities of people in care.

Presented by: Gabriel Vizzard: Business Development Executive, IBM and James McKenzie: Karantis360

Track: IoT Platform

 

Maximo - An Integrated Approach to Minimize Accidents and Improve Safety


 

Abstract: Accidents and lost productivity in the workplace have potentially devastating consequences for employees and their employers. Combining IoT-connected devices from companies such as Mitsufuji, SmartCone, Garmin, Samsung, and others can give employers insights to minimize risk and increase productivity. Measurement data from connected sensors can monitor everything from industrial assets to employees and their environment. The benefits of an integrated approach will be highlighted in this session providing new opportunities for customers to extend their use of Maximo and Maximo Oil and Gas.

Presented by: Russell Bee, IBM and Ishan Sehgal, IBM

Track: Maximo

 

TRIRIGA - Delivering the benefits of Smarter Connected Buildings - emerging trends and lessons learnt


 

Abstract: This presentation will reflect on the latest trends and experiences in the Smarter Buildings space. We will use a variety of case studies to illustrate how our clients are addressing the challenge of Smarter Buildings as they seek to improve Customer Experience, Operational Efficiency and Maintenance Optimisation. The talk will cover lessons learnt in the planning and implementation of Smarter Building programmes delivered across the breadth of Europe.

Presented by: Jonathan Tyler, IBM GBS Cognitive Real Estate and Watson IOT, and Rob Musgrave, IBM GBS Cognitive & IoT Solutions

Track: TRIRIGA

11 June 16:30 - 17:00

Engineering - Persistent Unite - Entending AI and lifecycle optimization to 3rd party systems


 

Abstract: We will demonstrate our CE/CLM Unite for Jira, discuss the generalized approach used to create Unite integrations to any tools your organization uses. Integration can be thoughtfully designed to participate in Jazz Global Configuration Management allowing you to organize 3rd party data into global streams & baselines.We will show the new AI tool IBM RQA & show how future AI integrations could use the configuration aware Lifecycle Management view to do AI analysis that spans product boundaries.

Presented by: Matt Bradshaw, Persistent Systems

Track: Engineering

 

IoT Platform - IoT Platform - Future and Roadmaps


 

Abstract: During this session, you will hear about the future direction of the Watson IOT Platform, including demonstrations of new features and near-term capabilities coming soon!

Presented by: Andrew Foster: Senior Offering Manager, IBM

Track: IoT Platform

 

Maximo - Maximo Future and Roadmaps


 

Abstract: Get a deeper view of where IBM is making investments across the Maximo portfolio and how you can benefit from new and upcoming capabilites and offerings that deliver innovative technology like AI, Augmented Reality and analytic insights. See how IBM’s focus on user experience and the availability of new intuitive tools will help improve asset maintenance practices, increase first time fix rates, improve asset uptime and highlight asset reliability and performance.

Presented by: Brendan Crotty, IBM and Ishan Sehgal, IBM

Track: Maximo

 

TRIRIGA - Meet AI, my new co-worker


 

Abstract: As AI takes hold in many companies, will it replace employees, even in the CRE and FM world? The reality: AI will augment all existing facility/real estate roles, enabling employees to do so much more, resulting in increased productivity. This session showcases how leading companies, from retailers to industrial clients, are using this power of AI to deliver new ways of working and how AI can become the best new “co-worker” in the workplace, an advancement to be embraced, not feared.

Presented by: Dr. Claire Penny, IBM

Track: TRIRIGA

11 June 17:00 - 18:00

Networking Reception @ Solutions Centre


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track:

Engineering

11 June 08:30 - 9:30

Registration


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track: Engineering

11 June 09:30 - 10:30

Keynote- IoT Data + AI: Driving Your Operational Transformation


 

Abstract: IoT data and AI are at the center of helping transform operations in asset intensive industries, with a focus on helping businesses operate more efficiently and effectively, and innovate quickly at a lower cost. During this session, Andy Bennett, WW Sales Leader, Watson IoT, will share how IBM, our clients, and our partners use AI to transform operations today, and in the future.

Presented by: Andy Bennett

Track:  

11 June 10:45 - 11:15

Engineering - Engineering Lifecycle Optimization


 

Abstract: Every future product we develop is going to be smarter, leverage the vast amount of data being generated by the Internet of Things connectivity, and rely on AI to deliver the functionality consumers will demand. The only question is will your engineering/development team be up to the task. Come to learn the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management direction and strategy, what's driving the digital transformation of engineering management and how IBM products are evolving to address these challenges. At this session you will get a view of the IBM vision for our market leading engineering lifecycle management products, where we are focusing for the next 12-24 months, providing you with high level blueprint of our upcoming product releases.

Presented by: Hazel Woodcock, IBM

Track:  

11 June 11:30 - 12:00

Engineering - What's New in Engineering Lifecycle Management - A review of the new features/futures of ELM portfolio


 

Abstract: Your company will not be competitive using the engineering management tools of yesterday. Spreadsheets, simple word documents and emails will not cut it. Your engineering team needs to embrace tools that provide an end-to-end engineering lifecycle management approach. Come to learn about the new features/functions of the ELM 6.0.6.1 just released. This session will go beyond what you an read in the RFA, providing an overview of the major new functions and performance enhancements in 6.0.6.1. If your organization is running on older releases of the IBM engineering products you will want to come and learn product details so you can better evaluate when your organization will upgrade your environment. This session will focus on product features/functions that are available today for your engineering environment.

Presented by: Richard Watson, IBM

Track:  

11 June 12:15 - 13:15

Networking Lunch @ Solutions Centre


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track:  

11 June 13:15 - 13:45

Engineering - Test early, test often - automate test execution with Test Management to maintain high quality- reviewing Engineering Test Management


 

Abstract: Model Based Testing with Rhapsody TestConductor allows specifying and executing tests from early design phases on, enabling to continuously test the design while it is being developed. Based on the TestConductor adapter for RQM test execution can be scheduled from RQM for automatic execution on the test machines while the results of the test execution can be inspected in RQM simply using a web browser.

Presented by: Udo Brockmeyer, BTC Embedded Systems AG and Christian Wachtendorf, BTC Embedded Systems AG

Track:  

11 June 14:00 - 14:30

Engineering - Deployment of the ELM toolsuite to achieve ASPICE compliance


 

Abstract: Visteon employs approximately 3000 software engineers globally. Organisation has been running on CC/CQ for many years along with a plethora of excel and project worksheets to manage software delivery. The initial phase of the project was to migrate the organisation to RTC for Configuration and Change management following this the organisation adopted the other tools in the CLM toolchain to provide a fully integrated development lifecycle and to support ASPICE compliance.

Presented by: Mitch Vaughan, Visteon

Track:  

11 June 14:30 - 15:00

Afternoon Break @ Solutions Centre


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track:  

11 June 15:00 - 15:30

Engineering - Realizing digital engineering - Examples from Aerospace and Defence


 

Abstract: Transforming today's engineering processes Into a digital 'single source of truth' has been Identified as a major Initiative by the US DoD. In this talk we will illustrate how IBM ELM enables a digital systems engineering process, that covers the design process of a complex system like man and unmanned air and land vehicles.

Presented by: Eran Grey, IBM ; Graham Bleakley, IBM

Track:  

11 June 15:45 - 16:15

Engineering - Best Practices for Requirements Collaboration in the engineering value chain


 

Abstract: Many companies are now partnering with others in an engineering value chain to jointly develop or deliver offerings more quickly than they could alone. However, collaborating across organizational boundaries raises concerns around security, compliance quality, and efficiency. In this session, we’ll explore different approaches to collaborative requirements engineering for today and the future, including infrastructure considerations, based on real-world observations.

Presented by: Kathryn Fryer, IBM

Track:  

11 June 16:30 - 17:00

Engineering - Persistent Unite - Entending AI and lifecycle optimization to 3rd party systems


 

Abstract: We will demonstrate our CE/CLM Unite for Jira, discuss the generalized approach used to create Unite integrations to any tools your organization uses. Integration can be thoughtfully designed to participate in Jazz Global Configuration Management allowing you to organize 3rd party data into global streams & baselines.We will show the new AI tool IBM RQA & show how future AI integrations could use the configuration aware Lifecycle Management view to do AI analysis that spans product boundaries.

Presented by: Matt Bradshaw, Persistent Systems

Track:  

11 June 17:00 - 18:00

Networking Reception @ Solutions Centre


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track:  

IoT Platform

11 June 08:30 - 9:30

Registration


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track: IoT Platform

11 June 09:30 - 10:30

Keynote- IoT Data + AI: Driving Your Operational Transformation


 

Abstract: IoT data and AI are at the center of helping transform operations in asset intensive industries, with a focus on helping businesses operate more efficiently and effectively, and innovate quickly at a lower cost. During this session, Andy Bennett, WW Sales Leader, Watson IoT, will share how IBM, our clients, and our partners use AI to transform operations today, and in the future.

Presented by: Andy Bennett

Track:  

11 June 10:45 - 11:15

IoT Platform - IoT Market Outlook & Insights


 

Abstract: Across industries, leading organizations are unlocking the power of data with AI and IoT to innovate asset management, optimize real estate and facilities, improve software and systems engineering, and advance digital transformations. What is the state of play for your industry and what's next? During this session, the IBM IOT leadership team will share perspectives on marketplace trends, along with perspectives on the ongoing virtualization and digitization of the physical world around us.

Presented by: Will Streit: Director of Offering Management, IBM

Track:  

11 June 11:30 - 12:00

IoT Platform - Take the IoT Plunge - From Proof to Production


 

Abstract: Are you ready to make the most of your data? Using an IoT Platform gives you many options on how to get started. And eventually, with the business case clear and the technological implications well understood, moving the solution into the “production” phase is where the benefits can truly be garnered. During this session, you will hear how the IBM IoT Platform provides a cloud-based solution which incorporates the capabilities that the majority of IoT projects require, based on our experience with many customer engagements.

Presented by: Mark Swinson: Watson IOT Sales Executive, IBM

Track:  

11 June 12:15 - 13:15

Networking Lunch @ Solutions Centre


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track:  

11 June 13:15 - 13:45

IoT Platform - Getting IoT projects up-and-running, at scale


 

Abstract: Alex Taylor from Net4 will cover how they, along with IBM and other IBM Business Partners, are helping clients across various industries connect their devices, collect data, and get their IoT projects from pilot to production quickly.

Presented by: Alex Taylor, Net4

Track:  

11 June 14:00 - 14:30

IoT Platform - Bringing Watson IoT from Cloud to Edge with Distributed AI


 

Abstract: IBM Research has several activities which are looking at the task of performing AI-enabled IoT applications at the edge. The goal is to bring the power of Watson IoT solutions from a centralized location in IBM Cloud to edge devices, which may be on-prem servers or edge gateways. These activities range from a span of fundamental research activities, in which algorithms to enable new models for learning from data generated at the edge efficiently are being explored, to applied research activities -- in which we are applying these algorithms to solve issues such as discovery connected IoT devices in an enterprise, to use of network hashes to improve IoT and IT business operations. In this talk, we will provide an overview of the fundamental research activities, with deep dives into selected areas of applied research.

Presented by: Dave Braines: CTO Emerging Technology, IBM UK

Track:  

11 June 14:30 - 15:00

Afternoon Break @ Solutions Centre


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track:  

11 June 15:00 - 15:30

IoT Platform - How Mobility and Transportation IOT Solutions Are Changing the World


 

Abstract: Today the connected vehicle can notify someone in the case of a crash, remotely lock your doors, provide Infotainment functions for entertainment and integrate with your Smartphone. With the changes in mobility and transportation, along with the changes from semi autonomous vehicles, everyone from auto manufacturers to insurance companies need to investigate new business models. During this session, learn about the next evolution of connected vehicle manufacturing and insurance data integration solutions which are changing the industry.

Presented by: Ishan Sehgal: Program Director of Offering Management, IBM and Shyam Duraiswami: Enterprise Architect, IBM GBS

Track:  

11 June 15:45 - 16:15

IoT Platform - Extending Freedom for the Elderly Through IoT and AI


 

Abstract: Every day, millions of people around the world take on caring responsibility for loved ones, which can have detrimental impact on the quality of life for the whole family if not managed correct. During this session, learn how Karantis360 along with IBM have developed a new approach, using IoT technologies, to collect data about the movements and day-to-day activities of people in care.

Presented by: Gabriel Vizzard: Business Development Executive, IBM and James McKenzie: Karantis360

Track:  

11 June 16:30 - 17:00

IoT Platform - IoT Platform - Future and Roadmaps


 

Abstract: During this session, you will hear about the future direction of the Watson IOT Platform, including demonstrations of new features and near-term capabilities coming soon!

Presented by: Andrew Foster: Senior Offering Manager, IBM

Track:  

11 June 17:00 - 18:00

Networking Reception @ Solutions Centre


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track:  

Maximo

11 June 08:30 - 9:30

Registration


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track: Maximo

11 June 09:30 - 10:30

Keynote- IoT Data + AI: Driving Your Operational Transformation


 

Abstract: IoT data and AI are at the center of helping transform operations in asset intensive industries, with a focus on helping businesses operate more efficiently and effectively, and innovate quickly at a lower cost. During this session, Andy Bennett, WW Sales Leader, Watson IoT, will share how IBM, our clients, and our partners use AI to transform operations today, and in the future.

Presented by: Andy Bennett

Track:  

11 June 10:45 - 11:15

Maximo - Supercharge your Assets with Maximo


 

Abstract: As the equipment you manage becomes more sophisticated, new tools and processes will be required to maximize their performance and value. During this session leaders of the Maximo Offering Management team will present the portfolio including strategy, branding and investments and will discuss how to apply IoT data and AI to more efficiently and effectively manage the assets of today and tomorrow, and how new tools and partnerships can help you predict asset failure, optimize production, extend asset lifecycles, and improve worker safety.

Presented by: Brendan Crotty, IBM and Ishan Sehgal, IBM

Track:  

11 June 11:30 - 12:00

Maximo - The Future of Asset Management - Addressing the Asset Performance Conundrum with APM


 

Abstract: Asset intensive organizations are struggling to develop a balance between cost cutting and risk reduction in order to optimize asset performance. This session will articulate a point of view on the digital re-invention that is changing operating models in a disruptive ways and driving companies to change to remain competitive. Come hear how IBM is helping clients leverage AI and IoT in an effort to digitally transform their organizations.

Presented by: Etienne Pelletier, IBM

Track:  

11 June 12:15 - 13:15

Networking Lunch @ Solutions Centre


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track:  

11 June 13:15 - 13:45

Maximo - Power to the People - Driving Value with the IBM Maximo Workcenters and SaaS


 

Abstract: Wondering where to begin with Maximo? Do your teams need more from Maximo? Wondering how better UX equals better business outcomes? Wonder how SaaS can supercharge your teams and partners? The new Maximo user experience reimagines Maximo functions in a user outcome-driven design, and SaaS puts that power into the hands of your users anywhere and anytime.. Learn how to get the most from Maximo , and the latest capabilities in work management and supply-chain, and learn how to get up and running today with the power of SaaS!

Presented by: Tristan O'Gorman, IBM and Brendan Crotty, IBM

Track:  

11 June 14:00 - 14:30

Maximo - Rolls-Royce's Utilization of Maximo for Aviation to Hit SLAs


 

Abstract: The session will introduce the audience to the Rolls-Royce Business and the use of Maximo in our company. Why we have chosen Maximo for Aviation and on our Aviation Upgrade Experiences, challenges and lessons learned. We will then talk about what's next for Maximo in Rolls-Royce in particular: Consolidation of systems and tools, Integrations, Mobility and Scheduler

Presented by: Adriano Portaro and Luke Bibbey, Rolls-Royce

Track:  

11 June 14:30 - 15:00

Afternoon Break @ Solutions Centre


 

Abstract:

Presented by:

Track:  

11 June 15:00 - 15:30

Maximo - Practical Examples and Roadmaps to Deliver value in Plant and Engineering Assets


 

Abstract: In this session will use industry examples and use cases of IoT in an asset intensive landscape to illustrate how our clients are addressing the climb towards Asset Management maturity, Customer experience, Operational efficiency and Maintenance Optimisation. We will examine the ingredients needed in the planning and sustainable delivery of programmes, and how to sustain value in steady state in Connected Maintenance.

Presented by: James Neophytou Executive Partner, IBM GBS, Industrial Sector

Track:  

11 June 15:45 - 16:15

Maximo - An Integrated Approach to Minimize Accidents and Improve Safety


 

Abstract: Accidents and lost productivity in the workplace have potentially devastating consequences for employees and their employers. Combining IoT-connected devices from companies such as Mitsufuji, SmartCone, Garmin, Samsung, and others can give employers insights to minimize risk and increase productivity. Measurement data from connected sensors can monitor everything from industrial assets to employees and their environment. The benefits of an integrated approach will be highlighted in this session providing new opportunities for customers to extend their use of Maximo and Maximo Oil and Gas.

Presented by: Russell Bee, IBM and Ishan Sehgal, IBM

Track:  

11 June 16:30 - 17:00

Maximo - Maximo Future and Roadmaps


 

Abstract: Get a deeper view of where IBM is making investments across the Maximo portfolio and how you can benefit from new and upcoming capabilites and offerings that deliver innovative technology like AI, Augmented Reality and analytic insights. See how IBM’s focus on user experience and the availability of new intuitive tools will help improve asset maintenance practices, increase first time fix rates, improve asset uptime and highlight asset reliability and performance.

Presented by: Brendan Crotty, IBM and Ishan Sehgal, IBM

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11 June 17:00 - 18:00

Networking Reception @ Solutions Centre


 

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TRIRIGA

11 June 08:30 - 9:30

Registration


 

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11 June 09:30 - 10:30

Keynote- IoT Data + AI: Driving Your Operational Transformation


 

Abstract: IoT data and AI are at the center of helping transform operations in asset intensive industries, with a focus on helping businesses operate more efficiently and effectively, and innovate quickly at a lower cost. During this session, Andy Bennett, WW Sales Leader, Watson IoT, will share how IBM, our clients, and our partners use AI to transform operations today, and in the future.

Presented by: Andy Bennett

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11 June 10:45 - 11:15

TRIRIGA - TRIRIGA Portfolio Roadmap & Workplace Experience


 

Abstract: Connected facilities offer new levels of operational efficiency and optimisation. With data, AI and IoT, business leaders can not only reduce operating costs, but gain more actionable insights on building performance and across all aspects of their real estate portfolio. Join IBM offering management for a TRIRIGA portfolio roadmap and an early glimpse into upcoming capabilities that will help clients continue to drive operational excellence and create workplaces that matter.

Presented by: Paul Lacey, IBM, Sam O'Neill, TRIRIGA Building Insights Offering Leader and Dan Mazzella, Lead Software Architect - IBM TRIRIGA Platform, Wipro

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11 June 11:30 - 12:00

TRIRIGA - Enable the Human Experience: JLL has extended TRIRIGA using Modo Labs to improve the workplace experience


 

Abstract: Elevating experience is the new CRE mandate. In order for organizations to stay competitive in this changing market, we must create a workplace experience that improves wellness, productivity, and happiness. Utilizing new technology in innovative ways sets these organizations apart. Over the last three years, JLL has conducted a series of research focused on the Future of Work.

Presented by: Melanie Mack, Head of IWMS Solutions, Rahul Pande, Technical Lead, JLL

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11 June 12:15 - 13:15

Networking Lunch @ Solutions Centre


 

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11 June 13:15 - 13:45

TRIRIGA - Future of Workspace Optimization with IBM TRIRIGA Building Insights


 

Abstract: Many organizations embrace the “work where you are and where you’re needed” principle. That means they need to relook at the way their space is allocated and utilized in order to achieve cost optimization. In this session, we will present examples of how space optimization can help you provide state-of-the-art facilities, and show how IBM TRIRIGA Building Insights adds value by providing insights and answers for today’s workspace planner ?' all without having to write single line of code.

Presented by: Samantha O'Neill, IBM

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11 June 14:00 - 14:30

TRIRIGA - DIO and MACS present: Bringing UX to life - sharing TRIRIGA best practices


 

Abstract: Join this session to learn how the UK Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), UK Ministry of Defence deployed TRIRIGA to achieve operational efficiency through cross-functional enterprise management of the DIO's entire estate (1% of the UK’s land mass). Having worked through initial challenges of being an early adopter, DIO will share best practices and insights on the capital projects module, evolution of IWMS support & development on their UX journey.

Presented by: Peter Lemon, Head of Analytics and Insight, DIO, UK Ministry of Defence; Alex Brain, UK Operations & Professional Services Manager, MACS

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11 June 14:30 - 15:00

Afternoon Break @ Solutions Centre


 

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11 June 15:00 - 15:30

TRIRIGA - IBM New Perceptive Stacking and Work Planner apps in TRIRIGA


 

Abstract: Learn how the new TRIRIGA Perceptive Stacking and Work Planner apps build on existing capabilities to provide new valuable features, allowing TRIRIGA space and maintenance professionals to streamline their work.

Presented by: Paul Lacey, TRIRIGA Offering Leader, IBM

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11 June 15:45 - 16:15

TRIRIGA - Delivering the benefits of Smarter Connected Buildings - emerging trends and lessons learnt


 

Abstract: This presentation will reflect on the latest trends and experiences in the Smarter Buildings space. We will use a variety of case studies to illustrate how our clients are addressing the challenge of Smarter Buildings as they seek to improve Customer Experience, Operational Efficiency and Maintenance Optimisation. The talk will cover lessons learnt in the planning and implementation of Smarter Building programmes delivered across the breadth of Europe.

Presented by: Jonathan Tyler, IBM GBS Cognitive Real Estate and Watson IOT, and Rob Musgrave, IBM GBS Cognitive & IoT Solutions

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11 June 16:30 - 17:00

TRIRIGA - Meet AI, my new co-worker


 

Abstract: As AI takes hold in many companies, will it replace employees, even in the CRE and FM world? The reality: AI will augment all existing facility/real estate roles, enabling employees to do so much more, resulting in increased productivity. This session showcases how leading companies, from retailers to industrial clients, are using this power of AI to deliver new ways of working and how AI can become the best new “co-worker” in the workplace, an advancement to be embraced, not feared.

Presented by: Dr. Claire Penny, IBM

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11 June 17:00 - 18:00

Networking Reception @ Solutions Centre


 

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