Speakers

Mark Cox

Director of Digital Platforms, Analog Devices, Inc.

Mark Cox is Director of Digital Platforms at Analog Devices, Inc. in Wilmington, MA where he is leading the digital strategy for the WW Sales and Digital Marketing organization currently focused on Customer Engagement. This includes leveraging digital technology to deliver innovative solutions to strengthen collaboration, accelerate customer engagements through software, and to drive growth and deliver new sources of revenue.

Mark has held a number of business and technology leadership roles at ADI throughout an 18 year career where he has led both emerging and established businesses with a focus on growth. As General Manager of ADI’s Consumer Business he delivered new opportunities for growth in Portable, Prosumer and Emerging Sensing segments and as Product Line Director for ADI’s Low Power Wireless and MCU strategy he established a new strategy targeting the Internet-Of-Things market. Prior to this Mark developed and led ADI’s Low Power MCU Platform spanning products across ADI’s Industrial, Healthcare, Automotive and Communications businesses. Mark joined ADI in 2001 as an IC Design Engineer. He holds an MS in System Integration from the University of Edinburgh and a BEng in Electrical Engineering from the University of Glasgow, Scotland.

Session Info

Wednesday, June 12 4:00 pm – 4:45 pm Ballroom East

Accelerating Digital Transformation for the Enterprise

Join PTC and its top Global SI & Technology Alliance partners in a panel discussion to learn how leading enterprises are executing Digital Transformation strategies across a myriad of industries. Gain insight from industry leaders on the execution of digital strategies to fruition, ensuring success and avoiding pitfalls to failure.

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Session Track: IIoT for Products & Service

Wednesday, June 12 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm Room 209

Moving From Sensor Vision to Sensor Reality

We’re creating a world where data is currency and the landscape is covered by ubiquitous, intelligent sensing. Being able to sense, measure, interpret and connect all that data will make our lives safer, cleaner, and healthier. But before that, it will make our lives harder. That’s because a world with no shortage of sensors comes with no shortage of challenges. We’ll discuss some of the major challenges, including powering, securing, and building sensors to withstand a variety of harsh and demanding environments. We’ll also share how we’re addressing those challenges.

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