Connected communities are on the rise, encompassing vehicles, cities, homes, workplaces, commerce and more. However, as the ‘art of the possible’ is still being pondered, connected world constituents are increasingly debating how data will be managed within these communities.
This debate takes focus on the 5th of November, as Hortonworks and IBM gather IT industry leaders in Munich to provide meaningful insight into such topics as IoT, data management and blockchain.
Two distinguished speakers on the day will be Michael Ger, Hortonworks GM for Manufacturing and Automotive Industries and David Chancellor-Maddison, IBM European AI Leader.
The Changemakers Club is delighted to invite you to join this transformation focused event on 5th November in Munich. You’ll be joining around 30 Senior Leaders from Germany’s most innovative companies.
Join us at the BMW Museum, Munich on the 5th November to gain insight on the emergence of connected communities, the future of cognitive computing and AI and blockchain.
Hortonworks delivers 100% open-source global data management platforms and services so customers can manage the full lifecycle of their data. Our solutions enable organizations to govern, secure and manage data of any kind, at any scale wherever it’s located—in the cloud or on premises.
If you have any questions regarding this event please feel free to contact the Changemakers Club on:
+0203 322 6788