Perspectives: Internet of Things Solutions World Congress 2018

Learn how IoT has the potential to transform business worldwide

Deloitte is again a Diamond Sponsor of the Internet of Things Solutions World Congress (IOTSWC), held in Barcelona from 16-18 October 2018. We invite you to read the pieces below for a deeper exploration of how IoT has the potential to transform businesses worldwide.

Connected customers: The transformation imperative for Utilities in a digitally disrupted world

Connected technology, micro-generation, and advances in energy storage are empowering the connected customer but success will depend on energy companies adapting to this new world.

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Experiencing the future of mobility: Opportunities for the media & entertainment industry

The future of mobility is about to transform the possibilities for what the in-transit media experience can be across all forms of personal transportation. Discover the opportunities and challenges for different media sectors and how they should position for the future of mobility.

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Exponential manufacturing: A collection of perspectives exploring the frontiers of manufacturing and technology

Gain insight into a variety of topics impacting manufacturers, including: Science and technology innovations on the horizon,  robotic process automation (RPA), human cognition and machine mimicking, block chain, and cyber risks. 

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From bytes to barrels: The digital transformation in upstream oil and gas

Oil and gas companies are making strides to become digitally mature. Explore Deloitte’s Digital Operations Transformation (DOT)—a coherent framework that can help upstream companies achieve their near-term business objectives and surface this digital disruption.

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Industry 4.0 and the digital twin: Manufacturing meets its match

By providing companies with a complete digital footprint of products, the digital twin enables companies to detect physical issues sooner, predict outcomes more accurately, and build better products.

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Keep CALM and carry on: Connected Asset Lifecyle Management

Utilities companies are under increasing pressure to do more with less, to enhance customer service, to improve the uptime of assets, and to increase predictability of performance. IoT creates new streams of data that can help decision making and connect assets with other sources of live intelligence.

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Navigating the future of work: Can we point business, workers, and social institutions in the same direction?

Robots and artificial intelligence in the workplace. A dispersed workforce in which people work from anywhere, anytime. The need to constantly learn new skills to revitalize one's career. These trends and more are just part of what the future of work could entail—and we must surely adapt.

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Tech Trends 2017: The kinetic enterprise

From dark analytics to mixed reality, machine intelligence, and blockchain, our eighth annual Technology Trends report analyzes the trends that could disrupt businesses in the next 18-24 months.

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The connected worker: Clocking in to the digital age

We have surveyed over 2,000 UK workers across blue and white collar organisations to understand levels of technology use and attitudes towards technology at work.

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The Deloitte Consumer Review: Digital Predictions 2017

This report looks at six digital technology trends that will accelerate disruption in the consumer market in 2017.

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The Deloitte Consumer Review: Switch on to the connected home

This report focuses on the emerging prospect of the connected home and consumers' interaction with the Internet of Things.

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The future of freight: How new technology and new thinking can transform how goods are moved

The last mile of logistics is rapidly transforming. Explore emerging freight transportation concepts that are applicable to both industry incumbents and heavy users of transportation.

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The smart factory: Responsive, adaptive, connected manufacturing

The smart factory represents a leap forward from more traditional automation to a fully connected and flexible system—one that can use a constant stream of data from connected operations and production systems to learn and adapt to new demands.

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