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Caroline Denoon Slater
Job Title: UK Technology Consulting Manager
Caroline Denoon Slater leads the Oracle UK and Ireland Security and Management Cloud teams and is currently working on the Bloodhound Supersonic Car Programme. Caroline started her career at Oracle in 1996 providing technical support to the Applications presales teams. She then moved into consulting implementing the Oracle Customer Relationship Management solution and was involved in the first global implementation of CRM. She managed the CRM practice and during this time setup and chaired the UK Corporate Social Leadership Board. Caroline has won many accolades during her career including sales consultant of the year.
Caroline Denoon Slater Seminars
How does 500 sensors help collect, analyse and broadcast “supersonic” data to classrooms around the world Wed 4th Oct 15:00 - 15:30
How does 500 sensors help collect, analyse and broadcast “supersonic” data to classrooms around the world
As Bloodhound’s new Cloud partner, Oracle will provide technology to help Bloodhound collect, analyse and broadcast data from more than 500 sensors installed on the Bloodhound SSC (Super Sonic Car) to classrooms around the world. This information gives students a detailed look at how technology is rocketing the world’s fastest land vehicle towards 1000mph. With a real-time view of how different components and technologies in the car are performing, the Bloodhound team will be able to quickly spot and address any technical issues as they build up towards the 1000mph run. Find out how the same IoT technology is helping Oracle enterprise customers collate, analyse, exploit and predict their future direction.
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Wed 4th Oct 15:00 to 15:30
Internet of Things