Webinar

GE Digital’s Predix – Big Iron meets Big Data

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Lothar Schubert, GE Digital

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) connects machines, equipment, and processes to big data and analytics, to drive better business outcomes. Higher machine uptime, more efficient processes, improved operator safety — potential benefits are plenty. We’ll introduce the potential of the industrial internet, share actual case studies, and introduce Predix, GE Digital’s IIoT platform. Also we will look “under to hood” examining the platform architecture and common use cases. Presentation will be rounded off with a brief platform demo.


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About Lothar Schubert
At GE Digital, Lothar leads developer relations for GE’s Predix Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) cloud platform. Before joining GE, Lothar drove go-to-market strategies for developer platforms at several start-ups. Prior to that, Lothar led the product marketing and product management efforts for in-memory database and analytics solutions at SAP America and SAP Japan (Tokyo).  Lothar holds graduate degrees in nuclear physics and business (MBA) from UCLA.

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March 17, 2017