4 Topics. 4 Days. In Under 2 Hours.
At our virtual event, #KeysightWorld, join tech visionaries and analysts as they engage you in an opening keynote on near-term trends, an industry panel discussing key challenges ahead, and a future-looking closing keynote.
Featuring Industry Visionaries
The Future Starts Here
Every day, technology advances reshape the human experience — from how we live and work, to how we move through the world. Rapidly evolving technologies, including 5G and 6G, quantum computing, digital twins and artificial intelligence, and electric and autonomous vehicles, power endless imagination and innovation across industries.
Keysight World Innovate cuts through the noise to give technology leaders, engineers, and innovators like you a head start on near- and far-term technology developments. Hear industry leaders and futurists share their expertise and predictions. Join us for an inspiring preview of these exciting advances and their possibilities for your industry.
We Have Distilled the Most Critical Insights About the Future of Technology Down to Four 100-minute Sessions
Day 1: Evolving To Private Networks and 6G
Opening Keynote | Welcome to the Private 5G Era
Hear analyst Pablo Tomasi discuss how capturing the opportunities in 5G private networks requires ecosystem collaboration on everything from device testing to creating innovative solutions.
- Pablo Tomasi, Omdia Informa
Panel | Fun Things To Do With 5G and 6G
Join our panelists as they discuss critical enablers in Industry 4.0, explore emerging use cases, and help connect the dots on the evolution from 5G private networks to 6G.
Closing Keynote | The Future of Networks in the Augmented Age
Discover the evolution of networks and get a look at how we will work, move, and live in the next decade with futurist Maurice Conti.
- Maurice Conti, Futurist & Founder
Day 2: Building The Foundation For Quantum
Opening Keynote | Preparing for Quantum 2.0
Listen to award-winning quantum physicist Shohini Ghose as she guides you through the basics of quantum computing, its promise, its dangers, and what to expect from it in the future.
- Shohini Ghose, Wilfrid Laurier University
Panel Session | The Path to Democratization of Quantum Capabilities
Join our panelists as they discuss the democratization of quantum, explore emerging use cases, and weigh the benefits and dangers of this engineering marvel.
Closing Keynote | Conquering Quantum System Technology Challenges
Join futurist Patrick Moorhead as he provides an exciting glimpse into how quantum technology will impact our lives in the next decade and beyond.
- Patrick Moorhead, Moor Insights & Strategy
Day 3: Advancing Development with Digital Twins and AI
Opening Keynote | Digital Twins and AI: Accelerating Innovative Product Design
Join Dr. Michael Grieves, creator of the digital twin concept, as he lays out why the technology's ability to model and simulate across the product lifecycle is transforming product development.
- Michael Grieves, Digital Twin Institute
Panel Session | Digital Twins: The Developer's Fast Lane
Join our expert panelists as they explore how digital twins and AI will play a critical role in transforming modern product design and discuss emerging real-world use cases.
Closing Keynote | Building Your Own Metaverse: Stacking Digital Twins
Hear mad scientist Vivienne Ming discuss whether the metaverse will demand a radical shift in our approach to customer engagement, branding, product development, and innovation.
- Vivienne Ming, Socos Labs
Day 4: Accelerating the Automotive Revolution
Opening Keynote | The Power of Power
Join Tesla's Javier Verdura as he discusses the power of design and how the lessons Tesla learned are influencing legacy automakers to adopt electric vehicles as a roadmap for future growth.
- Javier Verdura, Tesla
Panel Session | One Power, Many Standards
Hear our expert panelists discuss the electric vehicle revolution, from battery technology to charging infrastructure, and what technological advances are really needed to bring it over the finish line.
Closing Keynote | How Safe is Safe Enough?
Join Chris Gerdes, co-director of the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS), as he takes you to the racetrack to map out the future of safe autonomous vehicles.
- Chris Gerdes, Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS)