IoT - What Does the Future Hold
(Part 2 of 3)
This webinar looks at how the food supply chain could change over the next few years. New initiatives are focusing on technology, the use of automated two-way devies that manage areas such as pest monitoring and food hygiene in an intelligent, connected manner.
This approach, commonly known as the Internet of Things, or IoT, is progressively at the forefront of advanced thinking of food supply chains and how existing working practices can be reviewed, if not challenged.
Join us to take a closer look at how the organizations involved in the food supply chain can take advantage of the IoT to improve their processes.
What will you learn at the Webinar 2?
- IoT in the US food Industry: Findings from Rentokil Initial and Quocirca's Global Study
- IoT on the food supply chain: from farm to fork
Who Should Attend?
- Food Manufacturing Directors and Managers of QA/QC, Plant, Safety, Operations, Production and other functions related to food safety.
Research Director, Quocirca
Clive Longbottom trained as a chemical engineer and spent many years working across different areas of research engineering where the use of devices loosely connected to networks was a core concern. As the IoT has progressed, Longbottom has maintained a strong focus on how the expected massive growth in devices and the amounts of data they produce will impact both technology platforms and the businesses that are using them. He believes that the market is hitting a ‘sweet spot’ – only now the standards are there to enable a large number of devices to connect easily to networks and for data to be analyzed and reported on in a manner that makes sense to an organization.