SmartIndustry in fieldlab the Garden – Presented by Evelien Bras, Thales Nederland

SmartIndustry in fieldlab the Garden – Presented by Evelien Bras, Thales Nederland BV at the Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference, which takes place on 15 November 2016 at High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, The Netherlands

It’s about the Why and How – an example of a digital transformation strategy

About Evelien Bras
Creative and enthusiastic about moving forward using digital transformation. In this area, experience in Business Development and Strategy and a background in computer science is all used combined with entrepreneurial spirit.

About Thales Nederland BV
Thales Nederland BV is the Dutch subsidiary of the International Thales Group. In the Netherlands, approximately 1,800 staff are employed in the Hengelo, Enschede, Huizen, Delft, Den Haag and Eindhoven branches. Thales Nederland specializes in the development, production and integration of complex high-tech systems for Defence, the transportation and security sector, such as radar, Command & Control, public transportation chip cards, communications systems and cyber security.

About Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference
The ISN Conference carters to a high profile audience consisting of a wide range of industry professionals, industry stakeholders, end-users, governmental bodies, universities and more.

Sensor networks for smart industry, smart logistics and smart infrastructure are getting more and more essential. Real time information from ‘the real world’ to support decision making and control of vital processes will be an integral part of business processes. With Industrial internet, Machine to Machine (M2M) or Internet of Things (ioT) traditional boundaries disappear.

Sensors and sensor networks are becoming more and more important within our daily lives for our personal use as well as for industrial or business use. This development offers a lot of potential to solve major societal challenges in healthcare, mobility, public safety, energy and wildlife preservation. At the same time, the dynamic, complexity and unpredictability of this world puts high demands on the performance of sensor networks. They need to unite intelligence and flexibility in order to be able to process information from many different (types of) sensors in changing circumstances