At Kigen, we have been working together with top IoT industry experts to examine how IoT can serve businesses, and the unique challenges the key industries of utilities, consumer goods and connected lifestyles are expected to face in 2021.
We have taken these findings, combined with insights from the most extensive IoT Industry report of 2020, produced by Raconteur and published in The Times and The Sunday Times in December 2020, to bring you an eye-opening webinar.
IoT investment continues to grow. How will you win against competition?
Tune in to this webinar to learn how the Internet of things offers tremendous opportunities to businesses, industries and wider society. We’ll cover how IoT is enabling monumental efficiencies, enabling innovations and vital advancements in sustainability in the coming 12 months, alongside understanding the fundamental issue currently standing in the way of accelerated IoT deployments: trust. From devices the size of grain of sand to billions of smart meters or consumer appliances – all requiring strong identity and service models.
See how your business can gain from the tangible advice and guidance of experts who have already achieved market-firsts and strong customer adoption.
• Cellular IoT trends and how it can aid recovery needed in 2021
• Advances shaping security and trust
• Field notes and learnings on how to champion the adoption of IoT for your business’ digital transformation
Ben Rossi, Journalist and contributor to the Raconteur special report on IoT for Business
Ben has charted the rapid growth of the internet of things and its implications as a leading technology journalist. Formerly editorial director at Bonhill Group and editor-in-chief of Information Age and Computer News Middle East, he can now be seen writing for national newspapers and business publications including frequently in The Times and The Sunday Times.
Ben was also the author of Kigen’s recent article featured in The Times, titled Trust is the key to achieving the promise of trillions of IoT devices
Vincent Korstanje, Chief Executive Officer, Kigen
Vincent’s mission is to make eSIM and iSIM the foundation of all connected devices, which led him to found the Kigen group in Arm in 2016. Kigen formed into a separate company in October 2020 to drive this vision to secure trillions of connected devices. Vincent worked for Arm for 22 years, in which he helped build the UK’s leading technology company. Before Arm, Vincent worked at TNO in compiler and security technology.
Romil Bahl, President & Chief Executive Officer, KORE Wireless
Romil brings almost 30 years of consulting, information technology, professional services, and IoT experience in high-growth and turnaround environments. Throughout his career, Romil has been instrumental in enabling breakthrough growth in information and professional services organizations. He has risen to complex challenges where he has crafted growth strategies, tapped new emerging markets and energized global teams.
Tim Moore, VP of Innovation, ghd
Dr Tim Moore is a technologist who has lead technology breakthrough products across some of the world’s largest lifestyle companies. From beauty to home appliances and beyond, Tim brings vast experience of championing fast growing and multi-national businesses in redefining their positions in their sectors to drive unique and transformational experiences that consumer love and come to rely upon.
Until recently, Tim was VP Smart Devices at Coty, one of the world’s largest beauty companies having transitioned from GHD, where Tim worked as Chief Technology Officer for 8 years.