Webinar with Harbor Research:
How Private Networks Drive Value in Industrial Manufacturing
JOIN NOKIA, VERIZON AND HARBOR RESEARCH TO EXPLORE HOW PRIVATE NETWORKS DRIVE VALUE IN INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING
December 9th, 2021 from 11-12 p.m. MST | 19-20h CET
How can private networks help you optimize your industrial manufacturing operations? How can they complement and enable digital and IoT use cases across your enterprise? Join Nokia, Verizon and Harbor Research to learn what’s driving the market for private networks, trends and real-world industrial use cases. We will look at how improved connectivity and predictable uptime can drive results for a digital plant or factory, how collaboration tools can improve the experience of the connected worker, how quality control can improve yield optimization on the automated shop floor, and much more!
Bring your questions for our panelists – 40-min webinar will be followed by 20-min Q&A.
Each registered attendee will receive Harbor’s Private Network market insight.
Doru Calin heads Nokia’s private wireless in the North America’s market. He leverages his broad expertise on cutting-edge technologies (wireless communications, industrial IoT, digital automation cloud, data analytics, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Leaning) to bring advanced industrial-grade private wireless solutions to markets.
By combining private wireless networking solutions and Industry 4.0 expertise, Doru and his team focus on the digital transformation of asset-intensive industries, such as manufacturing and automotive. This is about fusing physical and digital processes by connecting all sensors, machines, and workers in the most flexible, affordable, and reliable way available.
Doru is a Bell Labs Fellow, being recognized ‘for bridging the gap between theory and practice with key innovations at the foundation of the first metro cell products, commercial wireless capacity planning services and network protocols optimization solutions’. He holds 37 independent patents awarded in multiple countries and over 100 peer-reviewed publications/ tutorials/ keynotes. He received a PhD degree with high honors from University of Versailles (France) and serves as an Adjunct Professor of Electrical Engineering at Columbia University in New York City.
Head of Private Wireless Networks for North America’s Digital Industries, Nokia
Dinesh Ramasvamy heads Global solutions at Verizon Business group for manufacturing, energy and utilities. He possesses close to three decades of cross functional experiences in Technology Strategy, product & services, Enterprise Risk and Security, Operational Consulting, Cloud & Infrastructure, Managed services & Digital transformation.
As Managing Partner at Verizon, he leads a team of innovation advisors, who create and lead large complex solutions. He and his team drive transformation engagements that focuses on innovation enabling customers from software defined networks to big data, from applications to wearable technology, from smart cars to smart contact centers, from smart grids to smart factories. His ability to imagine possibilities, refine ideas and thoroughly engage in every customer’s transformation journey; making it all possible through Verizon’s most reliable network along with the power of 5G and MEC.
An obsessive technology enthusiast, Dinesh has been instrumental in building unique solutions that solve some of the biggest challenges the industries are facing today. Supply chain assurance, health and worker safety, autonomous vehicles, risk management strategies & cybersecurity are some of the areas where he and his team have made an immense impact for Clients.
Global Leader -Advanced Solutions ( Manufacturing, Energy and Utilities), Verizon
Glen Allmendinger is the president and founder of Harbor Research and has been responsible for managing all of Harbor’s consulting and research activities since its inception. Glen has worked with a very broad range of leading technology innovators, product OEMs, and service providers assisting them with strategy and market development for new smart product, systems, and services opportunities. He has participated in pioneering research and consulting work in the Smart Buildings, Healthcare, Retail, Transportation, Energy and Industrial arenas helping clients to determine the scale and structure of emerging opportunities, competitive positioning, and design of new business models.
In 2005, Glen co-authored the pioneering article “Four Strategies for The Age Of Smart Services,” published in the Harvard Business Review. Glen has also authored thought leading articles for a wide range of publications including, The Economist and The Wall Street Journal, as well as being a frequent speaker in industry forums.
President & Founder, Harbor Research
Daniel Intolubbe-Chmil is a consultant and project manager at Harbor Research. He leads a team in developing research and content in support of client engagements and interactions across all Smart Systems/IoT venues and project types. He holds a deep interest in the socioeconomic and environmental justice opportunities enabled by a more connected world. Daniel recieved his B.S. in economics from the University of Colorado, Boulder, where he graduated Cum Laude with a minor in humanities.
Consultant & Private Networks Expert, Harbor Research