Petrosains After Hours: Industrial Digitalisation
PETROSAINS AFTER HOURS: INDUSTRIAL DIGITALISATION
Petrosains After Hours is back with another exciting talk session in collaboration with The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). Join us as we discuss about the expectations of the Industrial Digitalisation – such as becoming Internet of Things (IoT) savvy, data analytics, embracing digital disruption and the opportunities that arise from it.
Industrial Digitalisation or 4.0 Industrial Revolution is emerging at an exponential speed and disrupting almost every industry. The depth and breadth of these changes are transforming the way we think about the future, smart manufacturing, energy management, value chains, governance and more.
We welcome Youths and Adults age 16 years old and above who wish to undertake their own Industry Digitalisation journey – and embrace it! We will also be discussing the relevancy of Industry 4.0 in Malaysia and discuss how to adapt IoT-connected devices into our lifestyle.
Samsuri C Embi is currently an Enterprise Architect at PETRONAS ICT focusing on Internet of Things (IoT) for group wide architecture. He has worked in SCADA system design and consultation for gas pipeline and electrical projects for clients in Australia, Malaysia, Saudi and UK. He has more than 20 years of experience in the telecommunication industry with companies such as Alcatel, Lucent and Acision, designing, developing and deploying software solutions to clients in Asia such as Celcom, China Mobile, BSNL, TOT, StarHub and Excelcomindo. He also developed the 1st Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Platform in Malaysia. Samsuri received a Masters Degree in Computer Science from Florida Institute of Technology and Degree in Computer Science from Indiana State University.
Dean Shaw joined Microsoft in March 2017 as the regional Industry Solutions Director for Asia-Pacific after six and a half years at General Electric’s power generation unit where he was the Commercial Director, Asia-Pacific for Power Generation Services. Prior to that he was the Asia Regional Leader, Price Management at Schneider Electric. Dean has extensive experience in the power generation and oil and gas verticals in particular, working on some of the largest power projects in Asia. He holds a Bachelor of Computer Science from Monash University and a Master of Business specialising in Economics.
Muhundhan Kamarapullai or Muhu comes with 20 years of experience that spans the domains of technology entrepreneurship/ incubation, education, healthcare, technology management and organisational capability development. He’s also a trained Project Management Professional, Security Lead Auditor and Professional Marketer. At Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), he has been tasked to lead a new scope in the digital adoption ecosystem, which spearheads the growth of the domestic landscape, eventually helping more Malaysian businesses embrace digital adoption and innovation. A passionate martial artist who has represented his country, he now truly believes in evangelising the digital economy, giving him the purpose to “fight” again, this time in ensuring new economic growth for the nation. He holds a Master of Science in Corporate Communications and Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology from University Putra Malaysia.
6.30pm : Safety briefing and welcoming remarks
6.35pm : "IoT + Raspberry PI + Arduino = Small Things, Big Opportunities!" by Samsuri C Embi, IoT Architect (PETRONAS ICT)
7.20pm : Break (Maghrib prayer | Refreshments | Networking)
7.45pm : "Utilising Analytics to Transform Business Models" by Dean Shaw, Industry Solutions Director (Microsoft)
8.30pm : "Disruption in the E-World" by Muhundhan Kamarapullai, Deputy Director, Digital Adoption Ecosystem (MDEC)
9.15pm : End (Refreshments | Networking)
Note: Registration opens 30 minutes earlier.
1. Doors open at 6.00pm, session starts at 6.30pm.
2. We will allocate break for Maghrib prayer. Surau is located one floor up
from the event venue. Please talk to any Petrosains staff on duty to usher you
to the Surau.
3. This session is more suitable for older audiences only (16 years old and above).
4. Seating will be on a first come first serve basis.
5. Light refreshments will be provided.
Petrosains, The Discovery Centre is a gateway to inspire the learning of STEM and ignite the passion for life long knowledge attainment in society. Established by PETRONAS, Petrosains has reached millions across the nation, giving back to the community in the informal learning of science and helping to produce scientifically literate citizens and critical thinkers in the nation.
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The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with over 168,000 members in 150 countries. It is also the most multidisciplinary – to reflect the increasingly diverse nature of engineering in the 21st century. The IET is working to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing our members, engineers and technicians, and all those who are touched by, or touch, the work of engineers.
IET Malaysia Local Network works closely with other local engineering institutions in organizing activities as well as to promote science, engineering and technology in Malaysia. With more than 1,500 members located in Peninsular and East Malaysia, the Malaysia Local Network has encouraged the formation of On Campus in Public and Private Universities. These On Campuses are mentored by the Young Professional Section (YPS) of IET. As of December 2016, IET Malaysia Local Network has a total of 10 active On Campuses.
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM MYT
- Petrosains, Level 4, Suria KLCC
Free Admission FULL
- Venue Address
- Petrosains, PETRONAS Twin Towers, Level 4, Suria KLCC, 50088 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia