Think Things is back! Last year, more than 250 professionals attended the first edition of this unique event devoted to Proximus Internet of Things (IoT) and Proximus Analytics.
(all presentations will be given in English)
Welcome with coffee
Plenary session part 1
The role and vision of Proximus on innovation
Alex Lorette, Director Enterprise Telco Solutions, Proximus
A real life experience on innovation and big data
Guest speaker (to be confirmed)
Plenary session part 2
How combining IoT and location data brings extra value to your business
Frederic Lhostte, Head of Advanced Telco Services, Proximus
Break-out session of your choice
The evolution of Proximus Analytics with interesting cases
How Proximus Analytics is evolving into a self–service platform that almost allows for (near) realtime reporting.
Discover our new IoT services, as well as sensors and get inspired by interesting cases
See how our offering has evolved to create added value for your business.
Lunch & networkin at the marketplace
Live demos to illustrate the endless possibilities of IoT, location insights, smart mobility, etc. and a contest with great prices.
Hereby the presentations of the key note speakers and the break-out sessions.
"The power of connecting things"
Jan Manssens - Director Enterprise Strategy, Growth & Innovation - Proximus
“Digitization. Are you ready?”
Gunnar Florus - Cisco - EMEAR leader for IoT Services
Because you have nothing to hide: Wi-Fi cracking workshop - By Stijn Huyghe & An Coremans
The real danger explained in layman's terms. How can you raise awareness among your employees?
M2M: challenges and best practices - By Jan Alleman
M2M is on the rise. What are the present-day technologies and most common M2M platforms?
NWOW: how to boost the IT proficiency of your end-users? - By Michel Gigot
How can you stimulate the (safe) use of collaboration tools within your diverse work environment? Pitfalls and best practises explained.
How to baseline your network? First steps in troubleshooting - By Willem Delrue
First steps in troubleshooting. Where to start, how to do it efficiently?