GSMA IoT Webinar Series: Industry 4.0 – Optimising Industrial IoT with Mobile IoT
A total of 66 Mobile IoT networks, including LTE-M and NB-IoT, have been launched, enabling a fraction of the 25.2 billion IoT connections by 2025 per forecast by GSMA Intelligence. Mobile IoT, the low power wide area (LPWA) 3GPP-standardised network in licensed spectrum, is designed for IoT applications that are low cost, use low data rates, require long battery lives and often operate in remote and hard to reach locations.
In this webinar, industry experts from GSMA, mobile operators and key ecosystem partners will illustrate the role of Mobile IoT technologies in the development of Industrial IoT, how various Industrial applications will be enhanced and optimised with the use of Mobile IoT and discuss the innovative industrial use cases including digital factory, smart machinery and more, followed by the Q&A session.
Sam Brown, Project Manager, Mobile IoT, GSMA
Sam is a Project Manager for Mobile IoT, leading on ecosystem engagement across numerous verticals within the Mobile IoT industry. With 4 years of experience at the GSMA, Sam has been involved in delivering a number of automotive and Mobile IoT projects, and was at the forefront of the creation of the Mobile IoT Innovators community. Currently, Sam is bringing together mobile operators, hardware vendors and companies from the wider Mobile IoT ecosystem to help accelerate the commercial availability of Mobile IoT solutions.
Erik Josefsson, Head of Advanced Industries, Internet of Things, Ericsson
Erik is currently based in Stockholm, Sweden, where he is driving global business development for Internet of Things (IoT) solutions at Ericsson. He is line manager for Advanced Industries and responsible for Ericsson’s Industrial IoT & 5G offering to manufacture and process industries. He recently worked in the US as Senior Account Manager and Chief of Staff, responsible for Ericsson sales to AT&T. Erik started with innovation co-creation in Palo Alto, Silicon Valley, led Connected Car / IoT initiatives and was responsible for the Smart Sustainable Cities Alliance. Prior to the US, He was Head of Proactive Services in South East Asia based in Malaysia and Commercial Manager at Ericsson HQ in Stockholm Sweden.