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BaseN and Nokia hosting annual IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of CSS/RAS/SMCS

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The IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of CSS/RAS/SMCS invites its members each year to join a company visit to discuss with peers about current industry trends and new developments in business. As BaseN President and CEO Pasi Hurri currently serves as Vice Chair of the IEEE Finland Joint Chapter Joint Chapter of CSS/RAS/SMCS BaseN and Nokia are hosting this year’s company visit on December 13 at Nokia’s HQ. The visit will center about new developments in AI and will allow for a broad view how businesses already use AI and how it will shape the future of robotics and IoT.

About BaseN

With energy companies striving to offer increasingly sustainable, smart and safe living options to residents, BaseN paves the way for them to roll out sophisticated energy management systems cost efficiently. BaseN has been serving international manufacturing giants and major ICT companies for the past 15 years in order to turn them into Industrial Internet forerunners. The BaseN Platform brings the required scalability to manage the entire lifecycle of billions of Things. It is the perfect foundation for a wide range of different Industrial Internet and Internet of Things (IoT) services and applications, e.g. in smart buildings and smart factories.

About IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of CSS/RAS/SMCS:

The main objective of the chapter is to provide a forum for professionals in both academia and industry to exchange ideas and knowledges in wide fields of automation, robotics and systems. The chapter actively organizes invited lectures of high-level academic leaders, not only to academic researchers, but also to industry researchers, through cooperation with other academic and industrial associations. The goal is to extend the influence of IEEE Finland Section and Chapters to a wider audience including industry, and to facilitate better cooperation between the academic research and industry activities. Moreover, the chapter also aims to attract more industrial members to IEEE activities in Finland and to increase student branch activities in Finland.

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