Hitachi Vantara sponsored the second IoT & AI Summit organized by CIO East Africa in Nairobi, Kenya with affirmation of its commitment to sustain the momentum of co-creating IoT digital transformation outcomes.
Holding the strong conviction that there are technological solutions to people’s social and ecological problems, and is committed to working with clients, partners and communities to create these solutions Peter Muendo, Technical Solutions Consultant, Hitachi Vantara annually looks forward to partner with organizations to co-create IoT digital transformation outcomes.
While making a presentation titled IoT Co-Creation for Digital Transformation Outcomes, Muendo asserted that technology has advanced in the last decade in ways that make solving highly complex issues possible.
At the moment, virtually every industry, every business is under pressure in the digital transformation journey stated Muendo adding: “The advent of digitization, cloud computing and now the Internet of Things (IoT) has given us the tools we need to build the infrastructure for a safer, more efficient, and sustainable society,” he said.
“Virtually every industry, every business is under pressure in the digital transformation journey. The advent of digitization, cloud computing and now the Internet of Things (IoT) has given us the tools we need to build the infrastructure for a safer, more efficient, and sustainable society.”
Peter Muendo, Technical Solutions Consultant, Hitachi Vantara
“We stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way people live, work, and relate to one another. In its scale, scope, and complexity, the transformation will be unlike anything humankind has experienced before,” said Muendo.
Muendo pointed out that following Hitachi’s 106 years of experience in manufacturing OT and 57 years of experience in delivering advanced IT solutions, the organization has the pedigree that positions it as highly qualified highly qualified in delivering IoT solutions, which depend upon a successful integration of operational and information technology.
Hitachi is leveraging its capabilities in information technology and operations technology with its strong legacy around industrial products to build creative new-solutions around the Internet of Things.
Hitachi Vantara, said Muendo is building this solutions across many areas – rail and transportation, energy, water, cities, healthcare, public safety and beyond. Hitachi calls this ‘Social Innovation’. A key success factor is to collaborate with partners, clients and a range of other stakeholders across entire industry value chains to drive change.