Join us for our initial group meetup as we explore what the "digital industrial" movement means. At this event, we will begin to shape our understanding of this broad landscape through a panel of speakers consisting of both startups and large enterprises across the value chain. We will hear how they are actively developing solutions, engaging in partnerships, and addressing related challenges in this emerging space.
Who should attend:
• Corporate/enterprise players looking to transform their businesses, share problems they’d like to see solved, discover new digital industrial technologies, and swap notes with industry peers on best practices
• Startups and entrepreneurs working to understand their customer needs, expand their industry network, and showcase their products
• Related businesses, service providers, or innovators seeking insights, connections, and industry perspectives
6:00-6:30pm Mix & Mingle with food & refreshments
6:30-7:00pm Talks from corporate and startups panel members (~10 minutes each)
7:00-7:30pm Moderated panel with generous time for Q&A
7:30-8:30pm Organizer announcement + 30 sec shout outs, followed by networking
Michael M. Campbell
EVP, ThingWorx Platform
Michael (Mike) Campbell is Executive Vice President, ThingWorx Platform at PTC. In this role, Mr. Campbell leads Product Strategy and Product Management for the ThingWorx Industrial IoT Platform, including Industrial Connectivity, Analytics, Application Enablement, Utilities and the Human/Platform Interface (ranging from desktop to mobile to Augmented Reality experiences).
Dir of Supply Chain Solutions, Resilinc
Matt Mills is the Director of Supply Chain Solutions at Resilinc where he helps companies build resilient supply chains and allows them to drive competitive advantage through risk management excellence. Prior to Resilinc, Matt held various risk management, operations and finance roles at high technology companies such as Dell, EMC, and Flextronics. He holds a bachelor's from Johns Hopkins University and an MBA from Duke University and is also an associate member at the Business Continuity Institute.
Neil Gupta is the Founder of BostonAR, a nonprofit augmented reality accelerator whose mission is to grow the AR ecosystem in Massachusetts and beyond. Outside of BostonAR, Neil consults on advanced technology strategy and implementation with companies in various industries including consumer neuroscience, professional sports, and agriculture. Prior to founding BostonAR, Neil worked at Draper Labs where he was a founding member of the Sembler innovation office. At Draper, Neil also worked on projects related to augmented reality and wearables, advised internal projects on commercial opportunities, built analytical frameworks for opportunities in the energy sector, and worked on the DreamChaser space shuttle.
Neil holds a B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University and Stanford University, respectively, and completed the Ignite program at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Yuval Marcus runs operations and finance at Tulip where he works with Fortune 500 manufacturers helping them digitally transform their factory floors. Prior to Tulip, Yuval spent a decade in investment banking and venture capital, advising early and growth stage technology companies. He holds a BSc. in Computer Science and Economics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and an MBA from the University of Chicago.
This event has been generously sponsored by PTC and First Star Ventures