- The event, held last Thursday 26th in Gijon, has been focused on IoT technologies in the framework of the Industry 4.0
- Miguel Angel Royo, CEO of IoTsens, has addressed the issue of cybersecurity and Industrial Internet of Things
IoTsens has been part of the program of the 13th edition of W3C Day, an event organized by CTIC Technology Centre, Spanish headquarters of the International W3C Consortium, with the participation of its CEO, Miguel Angel Royo, in a panel organized on Cybersecurity and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
This annual itinerant event, which this year was held at the “Palacio de Congresos” of Gijón on 26th May, has brought together national and international experts who discussed the use of advanced technologies in different industrial and business sectors.
Meanwhile, Miguel Angel Royo, under the Cybersecurity and IIoT subject, has discussed the involvement and role of IoT technology in digital security in different industrial sectors, bringing IoTsens experience and the challenges faced by the company.
The conference was organized around round-table discussions on topics such as interoperability Industry of Things, digital enablers and the road to the Industry 4.0, cybersecurity and IoT Industry (IIoT) and itineraries of digital transformation Industry to 4.0. In addition to several conferences that have provided a global vision and updated on the theme of this year, Industry 4.0.
In this way, the key industry players worldwide telecommunications and technology have had the opportunity to exchange and share knowledge and experiences and to know the latest news and trends of IoT technologies and Industry 4.0.