Join us on November 8th from 8:30-10am.
Gartner Inc. forecasts that 8.4 billion connected things will be in use worldwide in 2017, up 31 percent from 2016, and this will reach 20.4 billion by 2020. (Gartner Inc Press Room, February 7 2017.)
If your organisation aspires to be a sustainable digital leader, leveraging the foundations given by BIM, you will find this session an invaluable source of information and ideas.
Delaware Consulting, one of the world's leading innovators in physical digital disruption, has heavily invested in new digital technologies, such as machine learning, the Internet of Things, cloud and blockchain to enable new business models to be developed, providing opportunities for increased asset and employee productivity, business performance and agility.
SAP, the world’s leading business software company, has released its digital backbone, SAP Leonardo, giving organisations in the EC&O sector the opportunity to accelerate and de-risk their digital journey, enabling connection across the enterprise and other contractors to the latest devices, sensors and data sources in a quick and easy-to-use suite of tools. Discover how SAP Leonardo brings new technologies and services together to help businesses power their digital transformation.
SAP and Delaware Consulting have partnered to bring the value of SAP Leonardo to companies like yours. Together we invite you to join us at this Pop up breakfast seminar, focused on the intelligent digital technologies and innovations that are now being adopted to improve people, asset and business performance in Engineering, Construction & Operations.
Come and hear where the innovation value can be gained now, what is hype today and where value transformation will be gained tomorrow .
Before and after the seminar, there will be hands-on demonstrations and opportunities to discuss the technologies in more detail.
Our featured presenters are:
Bruno Mommens (Delaware Consulting)
Bruno obtained his academic master degree in Engineering, Automation and started his career implementing MES & SPC systems in manufacturing plants worldwide, focusing mainly on the automotive, pharmaceutical, textile and plastics industries; expertise which he later extended with aerospace and defence.
Bruno became an independent high-tech entrepreneur and after successfully leading a counselling company, he accepted a new challenge as global Internet-of-Things (IoT) lead for Delaware in 2013. He is now global IoT & M2M lead and has been working intensively on various innovative programs regarding IoT, Artificial Intelligence, drones, robots, beacons, LP-Wan, cognitive services, AR/VR, and more.
Francesco de Toma (SAP)
Francesco has over 20 years’ experience in the software industry, with i2 technologies and SAP. He holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from Politecnico di Bari and MBA from ESSEC and Mannheim Business School. During his career, he has covered different roles such as a solution consultant, project manager, business consultant and sales executive.
During the past 3 years, Francesco has been deputy general manager for the EMEA Service Industry organization, responsible for Engineering, Construction and Operations sector. In this role, Francesco has been working with top European construction companies to define value based roadmaps which align customer’s business strategy with SAP solutions.
Date: November 8th 2017 (8:30-10:00am)
Level 2, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street