Big Data, System, and Transformation: Cento Systems
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  Dorin Andreescu   Dorin Andreescu
    Dan Andreescu
Software Engineer


Wednesday, November 4, 2015
08:30 AM - 09:20 AM

Level:  Business/Strategic

The Internet of Things (IoT) and Everything (IoE) are perpetually changing and enhancing the digital reality to levels the business world/society cannot ignore but often underestimates the magnitude of change. The new and continuously increasing volume, velocity, variety, value, and veracity are conducive to new business models capable to raise the competitive advantage status to new levels.

In the same time existing outdated and fragmented information systems create fundamental gaps for building coherent enterprise solutions capable to take advantage of these opportunities. We present how case studies and lessons learned from Wikimedia and global automotive corporations inspired the design of the Cento systems, a loosely coupled integrated systems of systems to adapt to the ever-changing digital reality and its driving business model. Few concrete examples will illustrate a concrete technology specific implementation of the design.

  • Digital intelligence
  • Digital reasoning
  • What are Cento systems
  • Comprehensive lifecycle approach for IoT and IoE

Dorin Andreescu, consultant at SSDS enjoyed and enjoys an active academic and industry presence in transformational research and enterprise information systems related projects. His experience include organizations as General Motors, Chrysler, and FCA.

Dan Andreescu, software engineer in the analytics group at Wikimedia Foundation (Wikipedia, Wikibooks, Wikidata, …) has extensive experience in designing and developing advanced technological solutions for corporate and open source environments.

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