Pic l-r: James Finglas, managing director, MJ Flood Technology, Heleen Kist, Chief Operating Officer with HciViocare and Paul Glynn, chief executive with Davra Networks

Packed house for inaugural MJ Flood Technology sponsored ‘Internet of Things Summit’

James Finglas, see managing director of MJ Flood Technology today presented to a packed house of over 180 delegates at the inaugural ‘Internet of Things Summit’ at Carton House in Co Kildare.

In a room positively buzzing in anticipation of the first major, cross industry IoT conference of its type, delegates heard from a mix of academics, entrepreneurs, government agencies and multi-national organisations, each offering their view of how connecting the unconnected represents a major disruptive force in the world we live in.

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Pictured far left James Finglas, managing director, MJ Flood Technology and centre An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD

Lively engagement from delegates at Manufacturing 4.0

Leading cloud and IT managed services provider, MJ Flood Technology attended Manufacturing 4.0, which took place at Carton House, Co Kildare last week.  The event run by Hanley Automation and attended by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny T.D. was a great opportunity for industry stakeholders to gather to discuss the future of connected manufacturing.

Pictured at last week’s Manufacturing 4.0 event, James Finglas, managing director, MJ Flood Technology and An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, TD are in deep discussion on the Internet of Things.  Connected manufacturing is a big area of focus for the company and as a sponsor of the event, run by Hanley Automation, it was very clear from the level of delegate engagement that it’s a hot topic in the sector.