AUSSIE SCHNORE | Principal Engineer, GE Global Research

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"Industrial Internet: Bridging the Physical, Digital and Business Divide"

The Industrial Internet is seen as the constructive interference of IoT, Intelligent Machines, Big Data and Analytics but how do critical systems, ones that no one wants to see fail, get connected and take advantage of these trends to deliver value? Examining the range of value to be unlocked will motivate discussion of the technical challenges being addressed in order to bridge this digital physical divide. With customer’s increasing expectations, digitals efficiency of delivery and this quest for value at the end of a wire, IoT is actually closing the loop around business goals and making deep domain knowledge of physical assets essential to reaching those goals.

BIOGRAPHY

Aussie Schnore has 25+ years’ of experience in semiconductors, power electronics, controls, embedded systems, advanced computing and software. He is a Principal Engineer in GE Global Research’s Software Sciences and Analytics organization and has lead/managed/worked a variety of projects in distributed system architectures, high performance computing and embedded systems for GE Healthcare, Aviation, Intelligent Platforms and Lockheed Martin. Mr. Schnore holds 13 patents in the area of real-time embedded controls as well as winning numerous GE internal awards. He has worked with the US Council of Competitiveness on topics related to the High Performance Computing-Application Software Consortium and simulation for the supply chain. He has served on the several external advisory panels and board of directors. Currently he is leading a GE Corporate initiative in controls systems platforms and the industrial internet.  He holds a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Union College.


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