Crosser will demonstrate how to implement IIoT technology in industrial scenarios.
Expert in edge analytics and low code integration, Crosser, will exhibit at Hannover Messe, Germany, running from May 30 until June 2, 2022. The company will use the four days to demonstrate and explore various Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) topics to help organizations realize the potential of intelligent integration and edge software.
The Hannover Messe is one of the most globally recognized trade shows, which attracts around 6,500 exhibitors and 250,000 visitors worldwide from core industrial sectors including manufacturing, drive engineering and automation.
According to McKinsey, investments in IoT are expected to grow 14 per cent through 2022. In particular, this will focus on business applications with customer functionality and platforms that enable the gathering and processing of data.
At this year’s event, Crosser will delve into a range of different IIoT topics, with presentations on specific use case scenarios taking place at 11am and 1pm each day.
Day one, which focuses on the intelligent edge layer, will break down advanced edge analytics and implementing machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) at the edge. On day two, visitors can expect to learn about ML and AI on the factory floor and intelligent process automation (IPA). In 2021, Crosser launched its IPA edition — an expansion of Crosser’s original IIoT analytics platform, and the first true hybrid hyperautomation platform to target industrial and asset rich organizations. Day three will cover enterprise integration and shop floor to top floor data integration, while the last day will explore intelligent edge-to-cloud integration.
“The global Industry 4.0 market is expected to reach $210 billion by 2026, demonstrating the rising interest of industrial and asset-rich businesses in automation and the IIoT,” explained Martin Thunman, CEO and co-founder of Crosser.
“Besides this, it’s expected that $1 trillion will be spent on IoT technologies worldwide. It’s obvious that the demand for IoT technologies is there, but Crosser wants to really demonstrate what’s possible for those that master them.
“Crosser will use its time at Hannover Messe to explore different scenarios each day, targeting various customers in many sectors. With this, we hope to help visitors to unlock the full potential of their enterprise data — targeting use cases from the shop floor to the top floor — by utilizing low code intelligent integrations”, explained Thunman.
“Hannover Messe gives us the opportunity to demonstrate how IIoT technologies including edge analytics and integration platforms can transform how businesses operate and accelerate their digitalization journey.”
Crosser will be exhibiting from Hall 005, Stand B48 from May 30 to June 2, 2022. If you’d like to schedule a meeting with Crosser, or to find out more about its offering, please get in touch by visiting crosser.io