The capacity to run, comprehend and keep up with the complexity of modern cellular networks has far outgrown the capacity to do so manually. Autonomous systems and machine-led technology are now a necessity to ensure 100% uptime for customers, and enterprises alike. Machine-learning and AI play a key role in this evolution of network automation. CSPs must deploy AI and ML in their networks to not only keep up with increasing complexity, but to remain competitive in creating new services and a great customer experience for all subscribers. As such, network evolution needs to focus not only on outward selling points such as speed and reach, but on the technology underpinning its functionality inside. What opportunities and new business ventures does AI and ML create for CSPs? How can carriers put innovation at the heart of network deployment and evolution to put automation at the heart of investment in the network? What role does AI play in the future of network technology? What are the key challenges to building AI and ML into legacy networks?
Managing a few industrial IoT sensors would be quite straightforward but today a business can have hundreds of thousands of industrial IoT devices conducting numerous tasks throughout the organization. Industrial IoT devices come in all shapes and sizes. There are no common industrial IoT standards or connection methods. Managing an industrial IoT network means having the ability to monitor and control an array of heterogeneous range of industrial IoT devices. A central industrial IoT platform provides a solution to the rapid growth of industrial IoT in almost every industry sector.
The Wireless Communication Alliance invites you to listen in as a selected panel of experts explore how the development and deployment of a perfect IIoT Gadget should look like.
The unprecedented growth of 5G has set the stage for its next phase of industrial digital transformation. 5G IIoT will touch and transform almost every industry on this planet, be it agriculture, manufacturing, or healthcare. This session will discuss the key aspects of 5G that make it a formable force in driving the next industrial revolution.