Driving Innovation in IoT Ecosystems through Human-Centered Design
The Industry Lecture Series explores the impact of human-centered design on the rapid evolution of the Internet of Things. Just as human-centered design and design thinking methodologies are transforming traditional businesses and business models, these same processes are accelerating the deployment of innovative new IoT ecosystems across a broad spectrum of industry verticals. This lecture series will feature design leaders from major national corporations describing how human-centered design practices are integral to the development of forward-thinking IoT business strategies.
All lectures are free and open to the IUPUI campus and the community.
No lectures are scheduled at this time. Check back later to see the line-up for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Questions about the Industry Lecture Series can be directed to Lou Lenzi at email@example.com.
The Responsive City: A New Way of Operating
Steve Goldsmith, former Indianapolis mayor
Harvard University Kennedy School of Government
The Collision of Agriculture, Technology, and Sensors
Brad Fruth, Beck’s Hybrids
Design and the Longevity Economy
Susann Keohane, IBM Corporation
Amazon’s Innovative Warehouse Operations and Systems Design
Will Seidelman, Amazon
How “Smart” Lift Trucks and Materials-Handling Equipment Are Transforming Distribution Center Operations
Mike Gallagher, Crown Equipment
Gourmet Cooking Made Easy: How GE Appliances Is Using IoT to Enable New Cooking Experiences
Chris Bissig, General Electric Appliances