- 22 Apr 2014
Abertis analyses Big Data technology and the Internet of Things as a key strategy in improving decision-making and management processes
- Carlos Yubero, Strategic Marketing Manager of abertis telecom, and Raúl González, company Product Manager, will be participating, on April 23 and 24, in two of the most important national and international fora about the connected society.
- Ener Tic and Cloud & Network Future are two debating spaces intended for area managers that address the importance of Big Data technology for the efficacious implementation of large volumes of information in cities, spaces and buildings.
Barcelona, April 22, 2014.- abertis telecom, the telecommunications infrastructure operator of the Abertis group, will be participating this week in Cloud & Network Future and Ener Tic, to be held in Madrid, two of the most important national and international fora about the connected society and the possibilities offered by new technological trends such as the cloud, the Internet of Things and Big Data systems. These solutions constitute an opportunity for citizens, businesses and administrations to flexibly and effectively analyse and manage huge volumes of information, and optimise the resources of cities, spaces and buildings.
Both fora are held in the Norte Convention Centre of IFEMA, feature professional topics and provide a space for thought and debate for general managers and strategy, marketing, operations, production, technology and innovation managers, as well as engineering managers, advisors and consultants from different sectors.
Next Wednesday, April 23, from 16.30 to 17.45, abertis telecom’s Strategic Marketing Manager, Carlos Yubero, will be participating in a round table at the Cloud & Network Future forum, titled the “Internet of Everything: the Internet of Things, people and processes in organisations”.
Yubero will also be participating, on April 23, at 10.50, at the Ener Tic forum, in another round table that will also be addressing the Internet of Things. On this round table, Abertis Telecom‘s marketing manager, together with area managers from Telefonica, Ericsson Spain and the Secretary of State for Telecommunications and the Information Society, will be analysing how devices and interconnected networks improve management processes and daily habits.
On April 24, at 13.30, Raúl González, Abertis Telecom’s Project Manager, will also be participating. His presentation will be addressing the value of Big Data solution applications in city management. González will be sharing his round table with executives from the Ericsson España and Ferrovial companies.