AI and Big Data Expo London April 2019

April 1, 2019

Mauro Arruda is the CEO of Smartia Ltd and responsible for the operations of the company. With over 15 years working at the cutting edge of technology development, Mauro has worked at companies such as QinetiQ and Airbus Innovations. He has also been a founder of a number of digital transformation companies that worked with organisations such as the National Grid, Bloomberg and Rolls-Royce, helping them drive value from data and artificial intelligence technologies. Smartia are on a mission to democratise the use of big data and analytics in the industrial sectors by developing an “AI for Industry” platform for SME’s. Mauro holds a PhD in engineering modelling from the Royal Military College of Science (Cranfield University) and a Master’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering from UBI, Portugal.

You can also find Mauro speaking on Day 2 at 12:20.


Companies recognise that there is an enormous value in the data they create and they are making plans to capitalise on it as quickly as possible. Manufacturing is leading the way, both as one of the largest producers of data from factory systems, machines and sensors, and as one of the leading adopters of the new technologies that make up big data and artificial intelligence. However, the rapid evolution of big data technologies, coupled with an incredible level of complexity of industrial automation and robotic systems, has led to “analysis paralysis” at some manufacturers. Questions of where to start and how to apply these technologies along with the uncertainty at the potential scale of deployments, are preventing some companies from moving forward, especially with specific use cases seemingly so unique at this point in time. In this presentation, Smartia will discuss 7 steps for setting up a successful industrial data and AI framework.

Subscribe to our newsletter
This website uses cookies and other tracking technologies for performance, analytics, and marketing purposes. By using this website, you accept this use. Learn more about these technologies in the Privacy Policy.