Digital Signage Cloud, AI, Analytics, & Big Data

Russ Curry, Ministry of New Media

Last year at the Global Digital Signage Conference, Beaver Group’s Managing Director Peter Critchley so ably kicked off the afternoon by leading a thought provoking, audience participatory panel on ‘What Drives Value For The Platform choice And Does it Even Matter?’ that we thought we’d do it again when the conference comes round again on Tuesday May 14, 2019.

Not of course on the same subject of SoC, Android or Raspberry Pi that was covered last year but this time around, he will be tackling the sometime thorny issue of ‘The Cloud, AI, Analytics, and Big Data‘.

To help him with this subject, we’re excited to have Intel Retail Solutions Division Segment Manager Ben Cope and former Microsoft Manager Helen Hosein who is now with Google as Enterprise Success Manager.

  • Dr Ben Cope joined Altera (now Intel Programmable Solutions Group) in 2008, where he worked as market segment owner and system architect for Pro-AV and Studio business. Following Intel’s acquisition of Altera, he moved to the Intel IOTG group as technology lead for retail segment in EMEA, where he supports architect-level discussions with clients for topics including video, AI and workload consolidation. Ben holds four patent disclosures and seven technical publications including in the Journal of Computers and SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal. He is a regular speaker on how Intel technology is helping to turbo-charge Google Cloud Platform (GCP) workloads.
  • Helen Hosein describes herself as a Chromie, geek, dancer, public speaker and aspiring aerialist. She is also an award-winning public speaker who loves helping others to find their voice through mentoring, training and feedback. In addition to speaking at lots of tech conferences and meetups, Helen has been a club officer at Bloomsbury Speakers Toastmasters for several years, including a year as club President.

The panel discussion takes place at 14:00 in London on Wednesday May 15 at the Global Digital Signage Conference.

Registration for the summit can be found here.

London Digital Signage Week takes place May 13-17, 2019 and as with its counterpart in New York, the week is for anyone involved with digital signage and interested in retail, employee communications, smart cities, digital out of home and of course digital signage!

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