Julian Keith Loren has been building design and innovation teams and taking on large-scale, multi-faceted design challenges for over 20 years. Currently, he leads a worldwide collaboration to design and develop Operations Optimization products for GE's Industrial Internet. Julian is the Co-Founder of the Innovation Management Institute where he designs and facilitates Gameferences--unforgettable face-to-face games that drive deep exploration and breakaway design. Julian also lectures and runs collaborative design games at Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley and speaks and writes about audacious innovation.
Room: N-121 | Time: 1:30pm - 2:20pm
We don't just want things connected. We want them to be context aware and self-optimizing at the system level--optimized globally, not locally. That's not too hard when we're talking about the IoT in your house. It's much more complicated when we're discussing the IoT in an international airline network, a global supply chain, a nationwide rail network, or a regional healthcare system.
Using real-world example from GE's Industrial Internet, I'll discuss challenges and opportunities around creating a commercial and industrial IoT and making it self-optimizing.