Business World Meets at ITU for Digital Transformation and Industry 4.0
Apr 01, 2016

Only a few days left to Business World Summit on “Digital Transformation and Industry 4.0” held by ITU for the professionals in business world. To be held for the first time, ITU Business World Summit with the expected participation of 400 mid-level and senior managers aims to bring the business world together with different topics.

Siemens General Manager Ali Rıza Ersoy, Intel General Manager Burak Aydın, GE Turkey Chairman of the Board Canan Özsoy, Cisco Turkey General Manager Cenk Kıvılcım, Akbank Vice General Manager Orkun Oğuz will participate as speakers in the Summit which is expected to be a leading platform where important issues for our country and the world are discussed, and to be held in Süleyman Demirel Cultural Center at Ayazağa Campus on Tuesday April 12, 2016

Nowadays, traditional manufacturing and service systems develop a new structure with a digital transformation. The developments mainly in electronics, information and communication technologies have accelerated this transformation more. Intelligent robots, sensors, 3D printers, drones, advanced data storage and analysis systems and many more technologies play a key role in this transformation. Thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT), known as the internet of physical objects, smart and connected systems which can talk to each other are being developed. These self-managing, controlling and optimizing autonomous systems have started to shape our lives. Value chains reoccur in terms of companies, and the managers need to make decisions according to the requirements of this new era and keep pace with this change.

All these issues will be addressed in the summit, and also the topics such as Internet of Things, Industrial Internet, Digital Transformation and New Business Models, Digital Transformation in Banking and Finance Sectors, Retailing and Digital Transformation will be evaluated by the experts. The Summit will end with the panel Digital Transformation and Industry 4.0’. For details of the event which is free of charge for ITU lecturers, please click here.