In traditionally eventful autumn we take part in eight exciting conferences and gatherings in Germany and Austria. For a better overview, here are the dates of the first half of the month. Something in for you?
Expert Conference Digitization: IoT & Data Science // November 7, Vienna
The IoT & Data Science Conference is dedicated to the question, how companies and organizations can successfully implement data analysis and automation into their daily business. In workshops and lectures, experts will show how efficiency and productivity can be increased, processes optimized and new technologies developed. *um Data Scientist Guenther Doppelbauer will impressively present the possibilities of AI-based image recognition. During his lecture “The Thinking Camera”, he will introduce an instant image camera that automatically converts real situations into line drawings. Registration is free of charge for IT users, there is a participation fee for providers.
Cloud Expo Europe // November 7-8, Frankfurt
This year’s Cloud Expo Europe is a highlight of the Frankfurt Techweek. At Germany’s largest trade fair for the cloud and digital transformation, entrepreneurs will find innovative business solutions, technologies and tools, and numerous opportunities to network with visionaries, executives and international leaders from the software and IT industry. In his lecture “Forget everything you know about IT – AI eats software for breakfast” at the Big Data World, Key Account Manager Sebastian Schaeffer will talk about the possibilities, trends, and current developments of artificial intelligence and machine learning and their impact on digital transformation. If you like to meet *um as an exhibitor, you will find us at booth 899. Registration is free of charge.
Electronica // November 13-16, Munich
Every two years the Electronica in Munich is an important meeting place for experts from the electrical industry. The electrical industry is extremely innovative and has its finger on the pulse of the times and makes a decisive contribution to transporting machine learning applications from the cloud to the end device. The *um competence team Ulf Schoeneberg, Head of Data Science, and Key Account Manager IT Kati Engler will be on hand to talk about “The Thinking Camera. Algorithmic photography and photo lenses with artificial intelligence”. Click here for an overview and ticket.
Mobility Circle // 14. November, Hamburg
The Mobility Circle in Hamburg’s Curio House offers exchange, inspiration and networking for specialists and executives from the automotive industry, transport companies and start-ups as well as stakeholders from business, politics and society. The event will be hosted by Prof. Dr. Stefan Bratzel, director and founder of the Center of Automotive Management, who contributes extensive know-how in mobility research. Tickets are free of charge for companies from the automotive sector – but only while stocks last.
The dates for the second half of the month can be found in part 2.