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The industrial Internet requires dialogue

The industrial Internet will transform Finland’s challenges into opportunities. This is also what Aalto University believes.

The industrial Internet is a consequence of the digitalisation of business and connectivity between matters and devices. The phenomenon is one of the most significant shifts currently taking place in Finland as well as worldwide.

`The shift will become visible in the industrial, service and public sector. It is vital for Finnish companies and other players to get onboard the development swiftly and efficiently and steer its course´, says Professor Martti Mäntylä from Aalto University.

Finland has a great recipe for success due to our competitive and international technology industry as well as solid expertise in ICT. Finland’s success in the industrial Internet market requires tight cooperation between universities and corporations.

Aalto University will arrange a seminar entitled Industrial Internet for businesses and cooperation partners in Otaniemi on Tuesday, 16 June. We welcome you to discuss how we could enhance the dialogue between the university and industry and hear some thoughts from professors and researchers at Aalto University.

To view the programme and register for the seminar


Further information:
Professor Martti Mäntylä
Tel. +358 50 351 2160
[email protected]

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