The 50th STIG Policy Platform Seminar:
GE’s Industrial IoT Strategy: Implications for Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy, Management, and Governance
Date：Friday, October 28, 17：30－19：00
Venue: Kojima Conference Room, Economics Research Annex(Kojima Hall), The University of Tokyo
Speaker: Mayoran Rajendra, Solution Architect, GE Digital
Open to all, upon registration
GE Digital connects streams of machine data to powerful analytics and people, providing industrial companies with valuable insights to manage assets and operations more efficiently. GE’s overall capabilities help drive digital industrial transformation for big gains in productivity, availability and longevity, by leveraging PREDIX, a cloud-based operating system, purpose built for the unique needs of industry. GE’s digital transformation is not the result of being in the right place at the right time. Instead, it is the result of a structured approach that involved a strong top-down digital vision, capability development, achieving all-round buy-in and a constant focus on innovation. The implications of digital transformation via Iot / Industrial Internet are discussed for science, technology, and innovation policy, management, and governance.
Science, Technology, and Innovation Governance(STIG), The University of Tokyo