John Koot, IoT Business Development Manager at ICT Automatisering BV, presents during the Internet of Things Event: “How to deal with IoT challenges”.
Building IoT solutions is to deal with challenges. Customer demands are changing rapidly, because the market is asking about it. To cope with this fast change companies are sometimes struggling. Time and money is the bottleneck, because it is not in their DNA yet to deal with this. Also securing the data gathered is one of the challenges. This presentation focuses on dealing with these challenges and gives a view on how ICT solves them.
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About John Koot
My name is John Koot. Working for ICT Automatisering B.V. as Business Development Manager, responsible for making IoT tangible. We call this “Predictive Services” (www.predictive-services.com). I am also a Microsoft MVP on Intelligent Systems and a Technical Advisory Council member for the Microsoft product teams in Seattle. I use my technical profession to today to generate new business models, increase profits, exploit new services and regain control of product development at our customer.
About ICT Automatisering B.V.
Bringing our ideas to your markets. ICT Automatisering is a leading industrial technology solutions and services provider in the Netherlands. The solutions we offer our clients involve the secondment of experienced and highly educated staff, realizing system solutions on project basis and offering services to maintain ICT systems. With over 600 dedicated IT professionals in the field, we are able to translate technology into relevant business solutions in key industries. We have a 35+ year track record in taking innovative solutions to the heart of our customers’ operations.
Our vertical structure mirrors the key industries we serve: Transport & Logistics, Automotive & Mobility, Industrial Automation, Water & Infra, Machine & Systems, High Tech, Healthcare and Energy. ICT is active from several locations in the Netherland and has Near Shoring teams located in Poland and Bulgaria (Strypes). ICT is also active in Traffic & Transportation (joint venture InTraffic) and Testing (Improve Quality Services).
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