Exosite Pivot IoT Seminar – Executive Forum on Business Transformation Through IoT

Thursday October 20, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. Steve Wright, Solutions Architect at Exosite Inc. and Alumni of IEEE Society, will be presenting “Exosite Pivot IoT Seminar – Executive Forum on Business Transformation Through IoT”.

Speaker: Steve Wright
Solutions Architect, Exosite Inc.

Day & Time: Thursday, October 20, 2016
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Location: Room L1-02 (Library & Academic Building)
Centennial College, Progress Campus
941 Progress Ave
Toronto, ON M1K 5E9
Canada

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Abstract: The internet of things (IoT) is giving rise to previously undiscovered revenue opportunities that can transform existing business models through connected devices and innovative insights. Because of this potential, many companies are racing to get involved. But what exactly is IoT and what does it mean to the future of your organization?

Join us for a forum that demystifies IoT by providing a realistic understanding of what it is, what it requires, and how organizations can use it to kick-start their business transformation.

Biography: Steve Wright is a Solutions Architect at Exosite, where he helps clients close the gap between a successful engineering project and a profitable connected products business. Steve excels at working with companies to define the right tool set of hardware, software, and business strategy to succeed in their IoT deployments. He started his career as a software engineer in data acquisition systems before moving into project management and sales. Steve’s experience includes turbine engine testing, semiconductor manufacture, and custom software development. He has an MS in Software Engineering from University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN and is an Alumni of the IEEE Society.