Chuck Franzetta, CEO, Franzetta & Associates, Inc., talks SCM (supply-chain management) in relation to marketing, and explores the huge margins available in midmarket.
Peggy takes a look at the state of industrial-based robots today, acknowledges the unanswered questions in the data, the challenges of these products, and what this means for the future of robotics.
Michelle Moody, cross vehicle marketing manager for the Ford U.S. marketing, sales, and service, discusses the importance of continuing to have strong manufacturing capability in local market, particularly in automotive.
Peggy Smedley talks about her tour last week of the DeWalt, Charlotte, N.C. plant, the thrill of making a brushless hammer drill, and how the company is emphasizing manufacturing is vital to providing economic wealth for this country.
Rose Schooler, vice president of the IoT group and general manager of the IoT strategy and technology office, Intel, growth areas of IoT will includes smart building, transportation, and industrial.
Peggy takes a closer look at how the Industrial IoT (Internet of Things) just might offer distinctive operational, strategic, and competitive advantages to manufacturers as they continue to invest in big data.
Peggy discusses how the industrial IoT will create new jobs that did not exist before such as medical robot designers and grid optimization engineers, making jobs safer and more productive.
John Petze, cofounder, SkyFoundry, shares why he is concerned about the use of the term Big Data because it implies we need a lot of data, but what we really need is the right data.
Peggy takes a closer look at how the IoT (Internet of Things) revolution will dramatically alter manufacturing, energy, and more, and as a result the industrial IoT will fundamentally transform how people will interact with machines.
Brad Walters, founder and CEO, Monnit Corp., talks about how sensors, which have dramatically come down in size and price, are aware, predictive, and transformative.
One of the largest connected markets is the connected car.
Emer O’Daly, CEO, Love & Robots explains how she empowers customer to become fashion designers and innovators and why everyone is capable of being more creative than they imagined.
Mike Troiano, vice-president, industrial, Internet of Things, AT&T, explains AT&T’s restructuring and its role in M2M, explaining what is meant by the industrial IoT.
Zhenni Wu, business development manager, EPIC Smart Manufacturing, introduces listeners to her new line of watches and wristbands, which sync with your phone to monitor your heartrate.
Dan Murphy, head of marketing, Thingworx, and Howard Heppelmann, divisional vice president and general manager, SLM segment, PTC, discuss opportunities created by the IoT/M2M and how it can work to elevate business strategies.
Arturo Gomez, president, Field Intell, offers his insight as to how Field Intell’s smart-monitoring solutions are helping agricultural, environmental, and industrial assets.
Cynthia Daugherty, product manager for Aclara Technologies talks about utility communications infrastructure provided by Aclara.
Gerard Cullen, CEO for Cellular Machines discusses with Peggy exactly how they became a finalist for the 2014 Connected World Awards.
Adam Leubbers, lead global connected customer specialist for Cadillac discusses what separates this automaker from its competition.
Connected Healthcare with Insight Product Development Part 2 Steve McPhilliamy, director of design for Insight Product Development continues with Peggy and talks about the resources Chicago offers to new companies in this space.
Jim Dunlap, president for Cycle30 returns to discuss how his company has gone from the 'new kid on the block' to one of the leading companies in the M2M space.
Brandon Ramirez, senior group manager, product planning for Hyundai talks to Peggy about the technology that Hyundai has put into its vehicles.