Agile IoT Implementations... Come On... What are you talking about?

From being a mere buzzword to a reality, Internet of Things has come a long way. As the world surges ahead to the next level with Digital Transformation or DX as IDC calls it, IoT plays a pivotal role in driving digital transformation. Surveys show that 76% of the leaders are willing to invest in IoT driven Digital Transformation. In fact, the World Economic Forum considers IoT to be the backbone of the fourth industrial revolution.

While companies are rushing to meet the ends meet in this IOT driven Digital Transformation race, what does it mean for folks who are involved in the entire IoT implementation? For the implementation everyone wants to hop on the Agile bandwagon and ensure that they reap the benefits of Agile. However, how do things measure up when software, hardware, mechanics, users… basically everyone starts doing Agile or being Agile. Well, is it even practical? Is there a way we can make all of this work seamlessly.

This session focuses on bringing the Inspirations, Ideologies, Practices approach to help IoT implementations run seamlessly.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Challenges with Large Scale IoT implementations - 5 min

Inspirations Ideologies Practice approach - 15 min

Learning Outcome

It opens up the audience to the challenges and solution to the real time implementation of IoT solutions

Target Audience

Industrial Revolutionaries , Digital Transformation Agents, Agile and IoT Enthusiasts

Prerequisite

Just an open mind...

schedule Submitted 2 weeks ago

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  • Prasad
    By Prasad  ~  3 days ago
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    Hi Brijesh,
    + Archana & Venki
    This conference is for a community of agility enthusiast, this is seldom a IoT conference. We may need to bring clear learning outcome for the participants of this conference and how can your session enrich us in the journey towards agility

    Cheers

    P

    • Brijesh Deb
      By Brijesh Deb  ~  3 days ago
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      Dear Prasad, 

      I agree with you ,since the conference is targeted at the larger agile community, I will need to update the LOs for the session. The session is focused on how agility is the answer to solving the problems of people with wide ranging skillsets and mindsets working together. I shall do the same at the earliest. Thank you! 

       

      Cheers!

      Brijesh 

  • Archana Joshi
    By Archana Joshi  ~  1 week ago
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    Brijesh,

    Could you please highlight the topics that will be covered during

    "Inspirations Ideologies Practice approach - 15 min"

    • Venkatraman L
      By Venkatraman L  ~  4 days ago
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      Hello Brijesh, 

      Are you planning to take a single example from your work area or multiple? Reason being the 20 min talk and not a longer one. 

      As requested by Archana, can you please share more insights on the inspirations...approach 

      Thanks

      Venkat 

      • Brijesh Deb
        By Brijesh Deb  ~  3 days ago
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        Dear Venkat, 

        I had sent this response to Archana's question earlier....

        IIP approach is based on 3 characteristics Inspiration, Ideologies and Practices and is used to help customers through their IoT implementation journey... Through this approach the focus is on the values that inspire people and guide them through(Inspirations), the various set of principles people have which is in line with the values and help them achieve their goals (Ideologies) and finally  the set of activities that are aligned with the ideologies and their inspiration(Practices). At the heart of this approach lies the Agile Manifesto and the Agile Principles. 

        It is about having a shared value system and a great set of best practices which helps people from different levels such as software engineers, hardware engineers, designers, mathematicians, physicists, scientists, and end users such as farmers, technicians seek their common goal. 

        Due to the time being limited to 20 minutes, I will sight a couple of examples, one from a company that makes radars and lidars for cars and one from a company which makes tractors and other agricultural accessories. 

        Cheers!

        Brijesh