June 18th, 2020
4pm - 5pm (CEST)
Data management is being revolutionized. Analytics and business intelligence (BI) platforms are converging with data science and machine learning. The line between citizen data scientists and traditional IT experts is blurring.
These and other changes are being driven by a number of different factors, including a demand for more sustainable, safe, and remote-controlled industrial operations, competitive pressure, and the tantalizing potential of artificial intelligence in industry.
To succeed in this changing landscape, companies need a new approach to data operations (DataOps) that makes industrial data more accessible and meaningful to humans and machines, and helps teams collaborate better, scale more broadly, and innovate faster.
Join us for a discussion on the future of industrial data operations, featuring topics such as:
How to use DataOps to realize true industrial digitalization
Cognite Data Fusion’s roadmap for 2020 and feature demos
Q&A with Cognite Data Fusion product specialists
PETTERI VAINIKKA - VICE PRESIDENT OF PRODUCT MARKETING: Petteri’s professional career spans across enterprise SaaS technologies, where he has found himself at the intersection of emerging transformational technology development and its commercial applications for customers. Prior to Cognite, Petteri worked in senior product management, marketing, sales, and general management positions for companies such as at Sumea, Rovio, and Cxense. Petteri has a master’s degree in technology from Aalto University in Helsinki.
VIRAL SHAH - SENIOR DIRECTOR OF PRODUCT MANAGEMENT: Viral’s 11-year career in product management and UX design has focused on building delightful user experiences within productivity, enterprise search, and consumer products. Prior to Cognite, Viral worked as a Lead Product Manager at Microsoft on Office 365 in Seattle and Oslo, and ran a digital product design agency, Brite, which he sold at the end of 2019. Viral’s interest lies in the intersection of humans, technology, and business. He has a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.