US-based Rocheston, a leading accreditation institution that helps organisations adhere to best business practices, will conduct the 2nd edition of its flagship conference, ‘Reinvent 2018’, highlighting innovation, IoT and cybersecurity, this week in Dubai, UAE.
The event will take place on December 7 and 8, at the SP Jain School of Global Management.
The conference will bring together industry leaders, scientists, startup gurus and academics and showcase the growth of industrial automation in the Middle East and North African (Mena) region with an emphasis on the impact of Industry 4.0, AI/robotics, internet of things (IoT) and cybersecurity across aviation, smart cities, e-commerce, retail, automation, business efficiency, learning and product innovation, said a statement.
With technology disrupting every sphere of business and life, the conference will showcase the latest in digital transformation.
It will also feature a certification workshop on cybersecurity, panel discussions and an unveiling Lecture on Banners - neuro morphing in artificial Intelligence by AI scientist Anthony Carson.
Some of the Global Leaders on the speaker panel include: Captain Koh Chen Tien, Aerodyne; Dr Hichem Maya, SAP; Dheeraj Singh, DOTS Tech Systems; Jorge Castellote, Innoway ME; Dr Christopher Abraham, chief executive officer, SP Jain School of Global Management; Dr Jassim Haji, Gulf Air; Anthony Carson, AI Scientist; Professor Raunaq Dubey, AMITY University, Dubai.
Haja Mohideen, president and CEO, Rocheston, New York, said: “We have crossed a technology tipping point. AI is emerging as the fuel of the technology intensive age and the IoT is the force our Smart Cities are driven by.”
“Cybersecurity around today’s business enterprises, powered by IoT and machine learning techniques has become critical to protecting us, our data and securing our environments. In this backdrop, the conference is designed to offer a window to the future of technology in business and inspire growth driven professionals to stay ahead of the curve,” he said.
“With digitalisation forming the crucial pillars of businesses in Mena, the region is fast emerging as a pivot of innovation,” he added.
Over 100 delegates including chief executive officers, chief technology officers, chief information officers, entrepreneurs, innovation managers, startup founders, researchers and academicians will participate in this conclave.
The conference will cover themes around a gamut of technological innovations such as: drones engineering; voice activated automation devices; artificial intelligence and virtual reality; innovation in learning and re-skilling, it stated. – TradeArabia News Service