Innovation Summit 2017 Dubai set

Innovation Summit 2017 Dubai set

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SCHNEIDER Electric, a global specialist in energy management and automation, is set to highlight how the future of energy management and automation is being redefined at the IoT-themed Innovation Summit on April 11-12 April at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai.

Currently in its fifth year, Schneider Electric’s flagship event will showcase the latest technologies providing homes, datacenters, hotels, healthcare, businesses, utilities providers and O&G operators with analytics, real-time data management and intelligence capabilities. The largest of its kind, the summit expects to draw the participation of over 2,500 visitors including top industry leaders from across the Middle East and Africa.

Caspar Herzberg, President, Middle East and Africa at Schneider Electric, said: “The Innovation Summit 2017 reinforces Schneider Electric’s commitment to creating cities of the future in line with regional objectives. Our smart city solutions integrate seamlessly and run cohesively, resulting in reductions in energy and water consumption. Our customers are looking for optimal ways to take advantage of today’s IoT-enabled digital world. We are poised to deliver maximum differentiation, safety, efficiency, reliability and sustainability with our EcoStruxure platform that bridges the IT/OT (information Technology/Operational Technology) gap to seamlessly connect, collect, analyze and act on data in real time.”

Leveraging its expertise to create better cities, industries and communities, Schneider Electric recently launched next generation EcoStruxur architecture and platform to deliver IoT-enabled solutions at scale for building, grid, industry and data center customers. The open, scalable and interoperable platform connects the three core layers of Schneider Electric’s technology stack, from connected products, to edge control, to applications, analytics and services. The Innovation Summit will highlight the applications of such innovations across industries. — SG