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XR Immersive Enterprise 2020 May 5-7, 2020|Global Online Edition

The 2020 agenda helping companies unleash the full potential of XR...

DAY 1: Market Overview, Measuring ROI, Challenges and Solutions

09:00
Opening Remarks

Reuters Events Kathryn Bloxham Events Director & Head of Innovation XR Intelligence by Reuters Events

09:05
Chair's Remarks

Chair Amy Peck XR Strategist

09:10
XR For Enterprise Market Update: Where Are the Opportunities?
  • Current enterprise market figures and expected growth
  • Core application / industry growth areas for XR
  • VR vs. AR/MR investment forecast
  • Market drivers, accelerators and disruptors: How are 5G, new devices and the evolution of software and hardware from key players expected to impact the enterprise market?

SuperData, a Nielsen company Carter Rogers Principal Analyst SuperData, a Nielsen company

09:40
Panel: Which Technology and Which Use Case?
  • How have enterprise hardware and software evolved and what are the main types, pros and cons? (e.g. VR/AR/MR devices, tracking, inputs, outputs, un/tethered, web/cloud, etc.)
  • How to find the right solution and its applicability: What are the most compelling uses of VR and AR/MR in training and collaboration, design and visualization, worker guidance and safety or marketing and customer service?
  • Which applications have seen ROI and success, and how have they done it?

HTC Vive Vinay Narayan Vice President Platform Strategy and Developer Community HTC Vive

Unity Technologies Andre Gauthier Studio Head - Unity Montreal / Vice-President Features Unity Technologies

Microsoft Larry Persaud Chief Architect Cross Industry, APAC Microsoft

10:20
Significant growth opportunities for content creation
  • Leverage XR and Real-time tech to transform content production
  • See how specific applications make your content creation process more creator-centric and collaborative
  • Rethink the pipeline model to build nimble workflows that empower us to bring stories to audiences in different places
  • Decide where to use XR design techniques in your business?

NBC Universal Media Rafi Nizam Vice President Creative NBC Universal Media

10:40
Networking Break & Exhibition
11:10
Panel: What Are the Major Adoption Challenges and How Are Companies Tackling Them?
  • Getting started and immaturity of the tech: Why are some businesses hesitant to adopt, while others are not?
  • Proving the benefit: Why do XR champions, innovation departments, business heads and HR struggle to get budget sign off and how can we help this?
  • Change management, workflow and pipeline planning: What are the steps that need to be taken to build XR into the tech stack and introduce it across the organization?
  • What does the future look like and how will these technologies converge?

HSBC Bank USA Jeremy K. Balkin Head of Innovation HSBC Bank USA

Novartis Szczepan Baran Head of Emerging Technologies Novartis

Theorem Solutions David Francis Chief Marketing Officer Theorem Solutions

11:50
VR is Now: Get your business to the next level
  • The future is exciting but what about the present? VR is Now
  • Discover how companies are solving real problems using virtual reality in training, engineering and marketing.
  • The challenge is to move from POC to deployment but how can I get started? Find out the plan to become a VR leader

Virtualware David Moreno Canta Head of Marketing & Business Development Virtualware

12:10
What Are the Different Ways to Measure and Prove ROI?
  • What types of ROI can be shared within businesses to help the business case?
  • How can you measure different types of ROI (e.g. operational costs, learning retention, customer sales and satisfaction, accuracy and speed of tasks, risk) and what’s the greater importance?
  • How to turn XR into a ‘nice to have’ into ‘need to have’ for management
12:30
Networking Lunch & Exhibition
12:30
Lunchtime Workshop

Virtualware David Moreno Canta Head of Marketing & Business Development Virtualware

2:00
Case Studies by Sector and Application Area

Learn how thought-leaders from large scale enterprises are adopting XR for different use cases. Learn what challenges and solutions they’ve encountered and how they are moving forward.

Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals

Moderator International Virtual Reality Healthcare Association Bob Fine Executive Director International Virtual Reality Healthcare Association

AEC & Aerospace

Moderator The AREA Mark Sage Executive Director The AREA

1:50
Mixed Reality Training within Drug Development: Manifesting Reality
  • Role of XR within drug development digital strategy
    • Onboarding, deployment and maintenance of XR hardware and platform
    • Impact of UX on XR engagement
  • POC selection, outcomes and future endeavors

Novartis Szczepan Baran Head of Emerging Technologies Novartis

Novartis Emma Crooker Cambridge Lead for AR Technology Novartis

Extending Reality in Design and Construction

Jacobs Kurt Maldovan Director of VDC Jacobs

2:10
DNA and Devices: Using VR in Pharma
  • Using VR to teach students the mechanisms of their classroom experiments at a microscopic scale
  • Exploration of 3D wearable-device data plots to better understand patient states

Biogen Kyle Lum VR and AR Project Lead Biogen

Case study: Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin Shelley Peterson Principal Investigator for Augmented & Mixed Reality Lockheed Martin

2:50
XR Simulations for Medical Training at Boston Children’s Hospital
  • The simulator program (SIMPeds) at BCH
  • Four case studies (two VR, two AR)
  • Lessons learned and what’s next for XR in medicine

Boston Children’s Hospital Simulator Program Jeffrey Jacobson SIMEngineering XR Project Manager Boston Children’s Hospital Simulator Program

Case study: Arup

Arup Helen Campbell Director Technical Software Group Arup

3:10
Using 3D VR to Enhance Customer Engagement in Healthcare
  • Understand the potential to reshape and reimagine physician education with immersive engagement technologies
  • See how a complex scientific concept may be clearly explained using VR and storytelling
  • Get pragmatic about repurposing traditional content into different screen formats to deliver against customers preferences

GlaxoSmithKline Paulo Amaral Global Zoster MultiChannel Marketing and Digital Lead GlaxoSmithKline

Case study: AECOM

AECOM Stephen Paul Visualization and Immersive Technology Director AECOM

3:30
Networking Break & Exhibition
Automotive, Manufacturing & Heavy Industry
Retail, Logistics and Consumer Facing

Moderator RLab Adaora Udoji Corporate Innovation & Venture Programs RLab

4:00
Case study: Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce Eric Acton Head of Innovation Ecosystems Rolls-Royce

Spatial Computing for the Home
  • Physical, digital, and blending the lines in-between
  • Using XR to help people build their dream home
  • Evolving our AR design process: tools & tips to create, test, and iterate

Wayfair Mona Hakky Design Director Wayfair

Wayfair Sam Brewton Senior Design Manager Wayfair

4:20
Case study: Aggreko

Aggreko Walter Davis Head of Talent and Learning Technology Aggreko

Bringing the future of your business to life
  • Creative approaches to selling using 360 degree visualization rooms
  • Putting solutions in the context of the customer’s world
  • Immersive experiences and the importance of storytelling

SAP America Alexandra Stephanou Innovation Lead SAP America

5:00
Case study: GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Ricardo Moreno Escudero Europe Business VP GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy

Case study: UPS

UPS Mark Grob Lead of Immersive Tech Center (Enterprise Innovations) UPS

5:20
Is Mixed Reality Right for You? Consider These Things Before You Decide

Volvo Trucks Amanda Clarida Manager, Learning Design and Development Volvo Trucks

Establishing AR as a Product and Not a Project
  • Deciding where to start
  • Creating AR for print products
  • Using a video platform to allow for continuous updates

Thomson Reuters Melanie Crowsey Head of Studio Thomson Reuters

5:40
Networking Drinks & Exhibition

DAY 2: The First and Next Steps to Becoming an Immersive Enterprise

09:00
Roundtable Sessions: Your Journey to Becoming an Immersive Enterprise

Each table led by an enterprise moderator and joined by enterprises at different stages of the process. We recommend Roundtable 1 for just getting started, Roundtable 2 for early stage investment, Roundtable 3 for moving past POC and Roundtable 4 for companies looking toward the future.

Roundtable 1
Roundtable 2
Roundtable 3
Roundtable 4
09:10

09:40
Finding the right device for the use case

Forbes Charlie Fink AR/VR Consultant, Columnist & Author Forbes

Proving the value and creating metrics

Raytheon John Cogliandro Corporate Strategist, IP Technology Roadmaps Raytheon

Getting internal buy-in and support to scale

Thermo Fisher Scientific Earl F. Sison Sr. Designer, Digital VR & AR Development Thermo Fisher Scientific

Tackling security concerns

Lockheed Martin Shelley Peterson Principal Investigator for Augmented & Mixed Reality Lockheed Martin

09:45

10:15
Choosing the right technology
Vendor Opportunity
Enquire Now

Creating a low-cost pilot

Working with vendors – what do both parties need to do?
Vendor Opportunity
Enquire Now

Making a long term plan for XR

Deutsche Telekom Terry Schussler Senior Director, Spatial Computing Deutsche Telekom

10:15
Networking Break & Exhibition
Moderators gather notes for feedback
10:45
Roundtable Feedback Session

Everyone heads back to the main conference hall and the table moderators feedback the ideas from each table in turn.

Moderator Emergent Enterprise Scott McCormick CEO Emergent Enterprise

10:50
Roundtable 1 Feedback + Q&A

Forbes Charlie Fink AR/VR Consultant, Columnist & Author Forbes

11:05
Roundtable 2 Feedback + Q&A

Raytheon John Cogliandro Corporate Strategist, IP Technology Roadmaps Raytheon

11:20
Roundtable 3 Feedback + Q&A

Thermo Fisher Scientific Earl F. Sison Sr. Designer, Digital VR & AR Development Thermo Fisher Scientific

11:35
Roundtable 4 Feedback + Q&A

Deutsche Telekom Terry Schussler Senior Director, Spatial Computing Deutsche Telekom

Lockheed Martin Shelley Peterson Principal Investigator for Augmented & Mixed Reality Lockheed Martin

11:50
Hard facts: XR ROI figures to take back to your boss
  • We will have a 20-minute moderated polling session on slido whereby you can share and learn key figures from the rest of the room
  • Choose to be anonymous or openly share statistics that your company approves for release
  • All encouraging and discouraging figures are welcome and will be available after the conference for you to take back to your management

Moderator Amy Peck XR Strategist

12:10
Networking Lunch & Exhibition
12:10
Lunchtime Workshop
Vendor Opportunity
Enquire Now
1:30
Chair Remarks
1:35
How Much Does It Really Cost to Run A Pilot?
  • Example projects with different XR technologies & purposes
  • Find out how different examples of pilot schemes that have been run within one organization, budgets and outcomes
  • Compare and contrast how different technologies have been tried, tested and adopted (in-house and vendor partners)
  • Discover what the costs included and where changes were made going forward
1:55
Teaching an Old Company New Tricks – Practical Employment of XR

Toyota Motor North America David Kleiner Manager Robotic Process Automation and Extended Reality Toyota Motor North America

2:15
Moving Away from Silos: How One Company Has Improved
Cross-Business XR Collaboration Vendor Opportunity
Enquire now
  • What to do when POCs are running in different departments and how to manage limited budgets effectively
  • How to go about learning from cross-functional teams and how to collect and summarise findings
  • Learn how knowledge transfer can speed up implementation times and minimize spending
  • Find out when and why XR knowledge sharing may not be the best course of action
2:35
Networking Break & Exhibition
3:20
Change Management Techniques and Getting Everyone On Board With XR
  • Find out how one company deployed XR to a multi-generational, multi-cultural workforce
  • Discover the challenges they faced and how these were approached
  • Understand the major benefits of using XR across organisations and with third parties (e.g. knowledge retention, learning standards and improved relationships)
  • Best practice tips for communicating change and bringing XR into workflows

WestRock Scott Burkey VR/AR Product Lead WestRock

3:30
How can we continue to innovate for tomorrow’s XR?
  • How to spot emerging trends in science and academia that will impact industry
  • Finding great developers – Understand where they are, what skills are valuable and how the best developers can design XR for scale in enterprise
  • Spotting, working with, buying or competing with great startups – Where do they come from and how can we benefit from this part of the ecosystem?

Forbes Charlie Fink AR/VR Consultant, Columnist & Author Forbes

3:50
Panel: How Should Enterprises Move Forward with XR in 2020 and Beyond?
  • What are the biggest challenges enterprises face now and how can we solve them this year?
  • Which factors should enterprises consider when adopting XR and how can you account for these in proposals, pilots and roll out?
  • What security and sustainability measures need to be considered for XR?
  • Best tips and tricks for working together to enhance understanding, adoption and scale in your business

Collins Aerospace Ryan Wheeler Technologist and Associate Director Collins Aerospace

GE Research Ratnadeep Paul Technology Lead for VR/AR GE Research

Deutsche Telekom Terry Schussler Senior Director, Spatial Computing Deutsche Telekom

Cleanbox Technology Amy Hedrick CEO Cleanbox Technology

4:30
Closing Remarks and End of Conference

DAY 1: Market Overview, Measuring ROI, Challenges and Solutions

09:00
Opening Remarks

Reuters Events Kathryn Bloxham Events Director & Head of Innovation XR Intelligence by Reuters Events

09:05
Chair's Remarks

Chair Amy Peck XR Strategist

09:10
XR For Enterprise Market Update: Where Are the Opportunities?
  • Current enterprise market figures and expected growth
  • Core application / industry growth areas for XR
  • VR vs. AR/MR investment forecast
  • Market drivers, accelerators and disruptors: How are 5G, new devices and the evolution of software and hardware from key players expected to impact the enterprise market?

SuperData, a Nielsen company Carter Rogers Principal Analyst SuperData, a Nielsen company

09:40
Panel: Which Technology and Which Use Case?
  • How have enterprise hardware and software evolved and what are the main types, pros and cons? (e.g. VR/AR/MR devices, tracking, inputs, outputs, un/tethered, web/cloud, etc.)
  • How to find the right solution and its applicability: What are the most compelling uses of VR and AR/MR in training and collaboration, design and visualization, worker guidance and safety or marketing and customer service?
  • Which applications have seen ROI and success, and how have they done it?

HTC Vive Vinay Narayan Vice President Platform Strategy and Developer Community HTC Vive

Unity Technologies Andre Gauthier Studio Head - Unity Montreal / Vice-President Features Unity Technologies

Microsoft Larry Persaud Chief Architect Cross Industry, APAC Microsoft

10:20
Significant growth opportunities for content creation
  • Leverage XR and Real-time tech to transform content production
  • See how specific applications make your content creation process more creator-centric and collaborative
  • Rethink the pipeline model to build nimble workflows that empower us to bring stories to audiences in different places
  • Decide where to use XR design techniques in your business?

NBC Universal Media Rafi Nizam Vice President Creative NBC Universal Media

10:40
Networking Break & Exhibition
11:10
Panel: What Are the Major Adoption Challenges and How Are Companies Tackling Them?
  • Getting started and immaturity of the tech: Why are some businesses hesitant to adopt, while others are not?
  • Proving the benefit: Why do XR champions, innovation departments, business heads and HR struggle to get budget sign off and how can we help this?
  • Change management, workflow and pipeline planning: What are the steps that need to be taken to build XR into the tech stack and introduce it across the organization?
  • What does the future look like and how will these technologies converge?

HSBC Bank USA Jeremy K. Balkin Head of Innovation HSBC Bank USA

Novartis Szczepan Baran Head of Emerging Technologies Novartis

Theorem Solutions David Francis Chief Marketing Officer Theorem Solutions

11:50
VR is Now: Get your business to the next level
  • The future is exciting but what about the present? VR is Now
  • Discover how companies are solving real problems using virtual reality in training, engineering and marketing.
  • The challenge is to move from POC to deployment but how can I get started? Find out the plan to become a VR leader

Virtualware David Moreno Canta Head of Marketing & Business Development Virtualware

12:10
What Are the Different Ways to Measure and Prove ROI?
  • What types of ROI can be shared within businesses to help the business case?
  • How can you measure different types of ROI (e.g. operational costs, learning retention, customer sales and satisfaction, accuracy and speed of tasks, risk) and what’s the greater importance?
  • How to turn XR into a ‘nice to have’ into ‘need to have’ for management
12:30
Networking Lunch & Exhibition
12:30
Lunchtime Workshop

Virtualware David Moreno Canta Head of Marketing & Business Development Virtualware

2:00
Case Studies by Sector and Application Area

Learn how thought-leaders from large scale enterprises are adopting XR for different use cases. Learn what challenges and solutions they’ve encountered and how they are moving forward.

Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals

Moderator International Virtual Reality Healthcare Association Bob Fine Executive Director International Virtual Reality Healthcare Association

AEC & Aerospace

Moderator The AREA Mark Sage Executive Director The AREA

1:50
Mixed Reality Training within Drug Development: Manifesting Reality
  • Role of XR within drug development digital strategy
    • Onboarding, deployment and maintenance of XR hardware and platform
    • Impact of UX on XR engagement
  • POC selection, outcomes and future endeavors

Novartis Szczepan Baran Head of Emerging Technologies Novartis

Novartis Emma Crooker Cambridge Lead for AR Technology Novartis

Extending Reality in Design and Construction

Jacobs Kurt Maldovan Director of VDC Jacobs

2:10
DNA and Devices: Using VR in Pharma
  • Using VR to teach students the mechanisms of their classroom experiments at a microscopic scale
  • Exploration of 3D wearable-device data plots to better understand patient states

Biogen Kyle Lum VR and AR Project Lead Biogen

Case study: Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin Shelley Peterson Principal Investigator for Augmented & Mixed Reality Lockheed Martin

2:50
XR Simulations for Medical Training at Boston Children’s Hospital
  • The simulator program (SIMPeds) at BCH
  • Four case studies (two VR, two AR)
  • Lessons learned and what’s next for XR in medicine

Boston Children’s Hospital Simulator Program Jeffrey Jacobson SIMEngineering XR Project Manager Boston Children’s Hospital Simulator Program

Case study: Arup

Arup Helen Campbell Director Technical Software Group Arup

3:10
Using 3D VR to Enhance Customer Engagement in Healthcare
  • Understand the potential to reshape and reimagine physician education with immersive engagement technologies
  • See how a complex scientific concept may be clearly explained using VR and storytelling
  • Get pragmatic about repurposing traditional content into different screen formats to deliver against customers preferences

GlaxoSmithKline Paulo Amaral Global Zoster MultiChannel Marketing and Digital Lead GlaxoSmithKline

Case study: AECOM

AECOM Stephen Paul Visualization and Immersive Technology Director AECOM

3:30
Networking Break & Exhibition
Automotive, Manufacturing & Heavy Industry
Retail, Logistics and Consumer Facing

Moderator RLab Adaora Udoji Corporate Innovation & Venture Programs RLab

4:00
Case study: Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce Eric Acton Head of Innovation Ecosystems Rolls-Royce

Spatial Computing for the Home
  • Physical, digital, and blending the lines in-between
  • Using XR to help people build their dream home
  • Evolving our AR design process: tools & tips to create, test, and iterate

Wayfair Mona Hakky Design Director Wayfair

Wayfair Sam Brewton Senior Design Manager Wayfair

4:20
Case study: Aggreko

Aggreko Walter Davis Head of Talent and Learning Technology Aggreko

Bringing the future of your business to life
  • Creative approaches to selling using 360 degree visualization rooms
  • Putting solutions in the context of the customer’s world
  • Immersive experiences and the importance of storytelling

SAP America Alexandra Stephanou Innovation Lead SAP America

5:00
Case study: GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Ricardo Moreno Escudero Europe Business VP GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy

Case study: UPS

UPS Mark Grob Lead of Immersive Tech Center (Enterprise Innovations) UPS

5:20
Is Mixed Reality Right for You? Consider These Things Before You Decide

Volvo Trucks Amanda Clarida Manager, Learning Design and Development Volvo Trucks

Establishing AR as a Product and Not a Project
  • Deciding where to start
  • Creating AR for print products
  • Using a video platform to allow for continuous updates

Thomson Reuters Melanie Crowsey Head of Studio Thomson Reuters

5:40
Networking Drinks & Exhibition

Access the Delegate List - Download the Brochure Now!

Top speakers, attendees, agenda highlights, event information and exclusive networking opportunities.

DAY 2: The First and Next Steps to Becoming an Immersive Enterprise

09:00
Roundtable Sessions: Your Journey to Becoming an Immersive Enterprise

Each table led by an enterprise moderator and joined by enterprises at different stages of the process. We recommend Roundtable 1 for just getting started, Roundtable 2 for early stage investment, Roundtable 3 for moving past POC and Roundtable 4 for companies looking toward the future.

Roundtable 1
Roundtable 2
Roundtable 3
Roundtable 4
09:10

09:40
Finding the right device for the use case

Forbes Charlie Fink AR/VR Consultant, Columnist & Author Forbes

Proving the value and creating metrics

Raytheon John Cogliandro Corporate Strategist, IP Technology Roadmaps Raytheon

Getting internal buy-in and support to scale

Thermo Fisher Scientific Earl F. Sison Sr. Designer, Digital VR & AR Development Thermo Fisher Scientific

Tackling security concerns

Lockheed Martin Shelley Peterson Principal Investigator for Augmented & Mixed Reality Lockheed Martin

09:45

10:15
Choosing the right technology
Vendor Opportunity
Enquire Now

Creating a low-cost pilot

Working with vendors – what do both parties need to do?
Vendor Opportunity
Enquire Now

Making a long term plan for XR

Deutsche Telekom Terry Schussler Senior Director, Spatial Computing Deutsche Telekom

10:15
Networking Break & Exhibition
Moderators gather notes for feedback
10:45
Roundtable Feedback Session

Everyone heads back to the main conference hall and the table moderators feedback the ideas from each table in turn.

Moderator Emergent Enterprise Scott McCormick CEO Emergent Enterprise

10:50
Roundtable 1 Feedback + Q&A

Forbes Charlie Fink AR/VR Consultant, Columnist & Author Forbes

11:05
Roundtable 2 Feedback + Q&A

Raytheon John Cogliandro Corporate Strategist, IP Technology Roadmaps Raytheon

11:20
Roundtable 3 Feedback + Q&A

Thermo Fisher Scientific Earl F. Sison Sr. Designer, Digital VR & AR Development Thermo Fisher Scientific

11:35
Roundtable 4 Feedback + Q&A

Deutsche Telekom Terry Schussler Senior Director, Spatial Computing Deutsche Telekom

Lockheed Martin Shelley Peterson Principal Investigator for Augmented & Mixed Reality Lockheed Martin

11:50
Hard facts: XR ROI figures to take back to your boss
  • We will have a 20-minute moderated polling session on slido whereby you can share and learn key figures from the rest of the room
  • Choose to be anonymous or openly share statistics that your company approves for release
  • All encouraging and discouraging figures are welcome and will be available after the conference for you to take back to your management

Moderator Amy Peck XR Strategist

12:10
Networking Lunch & Exhibition
12:10
Lunchtime Workshop
Vendor Opportunity
Enquire Now
1:30
Chair Remarks
1:35
How Much Does It Really Cost to Run A Pilot?
  • Example projects with different XR technologies & purposes
  • Find out how different examples of pilot schemes that have been run within one organization, budgets and outcomes
  • Compare and contrast how different technologies have been tried, tested and adopted (in-house and vendor partners)
  • Discover what the costs included and where changes were made going forward
1:55
Teaching an Old Company New Tricks – Practical Employment of XR

Toyota Motor North America David Kleiner Manager Robotic Process Automation and Extended Reality Toyota Motor North America

2:15
Moving Away from Silos: How One Company Has Improved
Cross-Business XR Collaboration Vendor Opportunity
Enquire now
  • What to do when POCs are running in different departments and how to manage limited budgets effectively
  • How to go about learning from cross-functional teams and how to collect and summarise findings
  • Learn how knowledge transfer can speed up implementation times and minimize spending
  • Find out when and why XR knowledge sharing may not be the best course of action
2:35
Networking Break & Exhibition
3:20
Change Management Techniques and Getting Everyone On Board With XR
  • Find out how one company deployed XR to a multi-generational, multi-cultural workforce
  • Discover the challenges they faced and how these were approached
  • Understand the major benefits of using XR across organisations and with third parties (e.g. knowledge retention, learning standards and improved relationships)
  • Best practice tips for communicating change and bringing XR into workflows

WestRock Scott Burkey VR/AR Product Lead WestRock

3:30
How can we continue to innovate for tomorrow’s XR?
  • How to spot emerging trends in science and academia that will impact industry
  • Finding great developers – Understand where they are, what skills are valuable and how the best developers can design XR for scale in enterprise
  • Spotting, working with, buying or competing with great startups – Where do they come from and how can we benefit from this part of the ecosystem?

Forbes Charlie Fink AR/VR Consultant, Columnist & Author Forbes

3:50
Panel: How Should Enterprises Move Forward with XR in 2020 and Beyond?
  • What are the biggest challenges enterprises face now and how can we solve them this year?
  • Which factors should enterprises consider when adopting XR and how can you account for these in proposals, pilots and roll out?
  • What security and sustainability measures need to be considered for XR?
  • Best tips and tricks for working together to enhance understanding, adoption and scale in your business

Collins Aerospace Ryan Wheeler Technologist and Associate Director Collins Aerospace

GE Research Ratnadeep Paul Technology Lead for VR/AR GE Research

Deutsche Telekom Terry Schussler Senior Director, Spatial Computing Deutsche Telekom

Cleanbox Technology Amy Hedrick CEO Cleanbox Technology

4:30
Closing Remarks and End of Conference

Access the Delegate List - Download the Brochure Now!

Top speakers, attendees, agenda highlights, event information and exclusive networking opportunities.