The Reispar Conference on Industry 4.0 is a yearly industrial tech event created to promote digital technologies in Nigeria and to develop local content in the Industrial IoT for the African economy. The Conference which began in 2017 aims at driving local participation in Industry 4.0 by developing a qualitative human capital across Africa.
The Industrial Internet is growing, everyday machines and devices get connected to the internet with billions of data to be analysed. For African industries to stay afloat, we will need to grasp a good understanding of the Industrial Internet and other connected areas such as; Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Machine Learning, Virtual Reality etc.
IT professionals, developers, coders, software engineers in Africa need to be exposed to the cloud platforms where they can build industrial applications and deploy. This among several others led to the commencement of the Reispar Conference in 2017, where we experienced arguably Africa’s first Industrial Internet of Things conference (that is, IoT for the Industries).
Technical and exciting programmes have been packaged for this year’s event which include;
- Keynote Address
- Specialised training/speaking sessions on Industrial Big Data, IoT, AI and Cloud platforms for Energy, Power, Automotive, Food Processing, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas industries).
- Startups/Inventor presentations
- Meetup/Interactive Sessions
- Company Networking sessions
Theme for this year’s event is: Maximising the digital industrial disruption -utilities and manufacturing
If you are a decision maker in your company, industry, manager, plant manager, supervisors, technicians or Engineer you should not miss this event.
Startups or inventors in this space willing to present their ideas/prototype are very welcomed. Kindly register your interest in the email below.
email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries or sponsorship.
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