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Watch as Przemek Tomczak, Senior Vice-President IoT and Utilities, KX and Ricardo Stefanato Buranello, Head of Platforms Business Unit, Telit discuss how to use real-time data in manufacturing. Using real-world customer examples Przemek and Ricardo outline the challenges, approaches and benefits for real-time data collection and real-time decision making and their role in industrial systems and processes.
Ricardo Stefanato Buranello – Telit
Head of Platforms Business Unit
Ricardo Stefanato Buranello has over 16 years of experience in the Technology and IoT Industry. Before joining Telit in 2008, Ricardo worked for big technology companies such as Siemens and Totvs. With Telit, Ricardo held the position of head of Business in Latin America, and in 2017, assumed the role of Global VP for Telit Factory Solutions, driving a significant growth for the business unit.
Currently, Ricardo is Head of Telit’s Platforms Business Unit and is engaged in the creation and implementation of Telit’s platforms strategy, which enables some of the biggest companies in the world to deploy IIoT with advanced Edge and Cloud software solutions.
Ricardo graduated from São Paulo Catholic University with a degree in Business Administration. He also has an MBA in Business Economics by FGV-SP and a business extension program from NYU – Stern.
Przemek Tomczak – KX
Senior Vice-President IoT and Utilities
Przemek has over 24 years IT and business leadership experience, implementing and operating big data and analytics systems, delivering program and transformation initiatives.
Previously, at the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) in Ontario, Canada, Przemek was responsible for the implementation and operation of the world’s first and largest smart meter data management system for 67 utilities and 5 million end customers.