Talking IoT with Ericsson

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Super SaaS for Super Seniors ----- We talk with Scott Lien, CEO and co-founder of Grandpad, about using IoT to keep families closer. Grandpad designs products and services by and for "super seniors" over 70 years old, and we discuss the customer service oriented approach to their solution and how it has become more important than ever during the pandemic.
Managing and future proofing connections ----- Today, we welcome Phil McDermott, CCO at Arkessa, to the podcast. Arkessa is a leading M2M managed services provider that aims to make machine-to-machine and IoT easy to adopt for new enterprises. We discuss the evolution of IoT, including the future markets and new use cases that are emerging from SMEs.
Sowing the seeds for smart agriculture ----- Research shows that farmers lose as much as 60 percent of their cereal grain harvest during the storage process – but one company has set out to change that. Here, Tanner Folk, CEO of IntraGrain Technologies, explains how by leveraging the power of IoT they’re helping farmers reduce grain spoilage and waste, and shares his advice for service providers looking to tap into the enterprise market.
Using IoT for positive change ----- How can we influence our environment using IoT? This is the key theme of our latest episode with Matthias Fiegl, who heads up IoT at Deutsche Telekom, Europe's largest telecommunications company. Alongside deep dives into specific industries, Matthias and Behdad discuss digitalization and rethinking business models during the global pandemic.
Humanizing Digital Transformation ----- How can we develop human-centric digital transformation, and how can industries best analyze and use unseen data? These are some of the few touchpoints in our wide discussion about making manufacturing smarter with Sachin Mathur, Head of Partnership Programs at Hexagon, a leader in sensor, software and autonomous solutions.
Tools, not toys ----- Author, former presidential advisor and co-founder of H Robotics, Pippa Malmgren joins us and discusses the development of H Robotics, which makes AI-led, commercial-use drones for industries to conduct data gathering in remote locations. She also shares her thoughts on why we often need to develop our mindset in line with the development of new technology.
Managing digital transformation ----- Managing over 10 million connected things in more than 180 countries, Telenor Connexion knows a thing or two about managing complexity. In this episode, we talk with Martin Whitlock, CTO, about the challenges and opportunities that come with verticals such as automotive, utilities and smart meters, and industrial manufacturing – and how companies are digitizing their otherwise traditional businesses through IoT.
Going beyond the SIM card ----- As Australia’s largest and oldest telecom operator, Telstra has a role that goes beyond just the SIM card. Global IoT Solutions Executive Gerhard Loots and Behdad Banian discuss why helping customers on their own digitalization process is the next natural progression for the company. They take a deep dive into the vulnerabilities Covid-19 has exposed, as well as the opportunities it has presented, and more.
Old industries, new technologies ----- We dive into the shipping industry with two guests; Don Miller from Globe Tracker and Olaf Habert from Hapag-Lloyd. Together, they discuss the business, efficiency and sustainability impacts of IoT within their industry, what they’re most excited about, and the challenges ahead.
Channeling data for good ----- Say hi to Kristofer Ågren who heads up data monetization at Telia, the biggest telecom operator in the Nordics. With vast amounts of data being generated every day, Kristofer explains how Telia is channeling this information to help build better business. How can you build data-driven cities and sustainable public transport, for example? And how can we use data in a way that truly aligns with security, integrity and privacy?
The future of production ----- Today, we meet Victoria Van Camp, CTO of SKF, the world’s largest bearing manufacturing company, founded in 1907. Victoria is responsible for bringing this historic company into an industrial IoT arena. She discusses how the company is transforming its traditional business model to a service-orientated ‘reliable rotation’ approach using data, AI and connectivity for capabilities like predictive maintenance.
Transforming industries ----- We welcome Kent Eriksson to the table, Senior Advisor at PTC, a Boston-based software company that’s driving innovation adoption across industries. We discuss digital transformation in industries such as manufacturing, and how AR, AI and automation could transform operational efficiency and output through balanced human-machine cooperation.
The Ultimate Playground ----- In our latest episode, we visit the heart of German manufacturing giant, Audi, to talk to Dr. Henning Löser, Head of the car maker’s production lab. Here, he discusses his role in exploring new technology for smart manufacturing and what the factory of the future might look like. He touches on the market’s search for real-time communication for automation and the opportunities for operators as 5G establishes itself.
Tackling Connectivity and Complexity ----- In this episode of Talking IoT, we meet Marie Sandå, Head of Commercial Product Management for IoT Connectivity at Telia, the dominant communications service provider in the Nordics. Marie discusses the role of the operator in the flourishing IoT business area, particularly the importance of reducing complexity and making it simple for enterprises to grow and scale. She touches on developing new IoT ecosystems and how operators can learn from each other as new use cases and business models develop.
Under The Hood ----- We welcome to the show Nishant Batra from Veoneer, the Swedish automotive technology company that's on a mission to create trust in mobility. With his role as EVP and CTO, Nishant provides us with a unique look into the autonomous vehicle industry and the underlying technologies that are increasing vehicular safety. He also gives us insights into where we are today in autonomous vehicle evolution, as well as what the future will look like.
Mobile Machines and Marathons ----- Today, we welcome Staffan Dahlström, CEO and co-founder of HMS (Hardware Meets Software), the leading independent supplier of solutions for industrial communication and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Staffan gives us a deeper look at combining OT with IT, shares the key to finding where the true value lies in IIoT, and tells us what he thinks the future looks like for the industry in five years.
Building Brighter Healthcare ----- We welcome to the studio Henrik Norström, CEO at Brighter, a Swedish health-tech company tackling the global diabetes epidemic through data-driven technology, innovation and IoT. Their vision is an everyday life where managing chronic diseases is no longer a struggle. Henrik discusses the challenges and opportunities that IoT brings to healthcare, and the important role that operators have in building better digital ecosystems with impact-driven companies like Brighter.
Born Digital ----- Today, we speak with Fredrik Östbye, Vice President and Head of Digital Transformation at Grundfos. In his role, Fredrik is tasked with taking digitalization to the next level in the business offerings of the world’s largest pump manufacturer. Fredrik shares how global water infrastructure - and its players - are benefitting from digitalization, and what Grundfos’ role is in this digital ecosystem.
The Machine Whisperer ----- To kick off the series, we speak to Ivo Rook, Senior Vice President of IoT at Sprint. To his kids, he’s known as ’The Machine Whisperer.’ To Sprint, he’s known as the man responsible for delivering technologies that ‘change the way people live, the way businesses operate, and the way society evolves.’ Behdad Banian talks to him about monetizing and scaling IoT business, and how Sprint managed to launch a new IoT network from idea to nationwide launch in just eight months.
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Talking IoT with Ericsson
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 25th, 2020
Latest Episode
Nov 25th, 2020
Release Period
Monthly
Episodes
19
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No
Language
English

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