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Dr. Kashif Nisar
Associate Professor & Vice-Chair IEEE Sabah Subsection, Malaysia 
Faculty of Computing and Informatics University Malaysia Sabah, Jalan UMS, 88400 Kota Kinabalu Sabah, Malaysia

Title of Speech
The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Shaping the Digital Transformation and Internet of Things

Abstract
The Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0) is expected to change how we live, work, and communicate with creative technologies. It is also likely to change the things we value and the way we value them in the future.  IR 4.0 introduces new technology creatively what has been called the “smart factory,” in which cyber-physical systems monitor the physical processes of the factory and make decentralized decisions.  Industry 4.0 is a name for the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies. It includes cyber-physical systems, the Internet of things, cloud computing, games, tangible technologies, mobile media and social and object-oriented research. The physical systems become Internet of Things (IoT), communicating and cooperating both with each other and with humans in real time via the wireless web. According to The World Economic Forum, an estimated 65% of kids enrolling in primary education today will end up working in jobs that haven’t been created yet. The Internet plays a central role in our society.  The IoT refers to the use of intelligently connected devices and systems to leverage data gathered by embedded sensors and actuators in machines and other physical objects. The IoT is a hot topic in the industry. These architectural design efforts aim to directly address the challenges that arise from the increasing demands for highly scalable content distribution, from accelerated growths of mobile devices, from wide deployment of IoT, and from the need to secure the global Internet. The IoT represents an evaluation of Machine to Machine (M2M) through the coordination of multiple vendors’ machines, devices and appliances connected to the Internet through multiple networks.

Bio 
Dr. Kashif Nisar has done Post-Doctoral from Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand. Before, he completed his PhD as a candidate with fully funding at the Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia. Through his major in Computer Network and Information Tech-nology; he has obtained solid training in Research and Development (R&D), writing funding pro-posal, journal publication, and as a consultant. Currently, Dr. Nisar is serving as an Associate Pro-fessor at Faculty of Computing and Informatics University Malaysia Sabah, Kota Kinabalu Sabah, Malaysia. In 2014, he has served as a Guest Professor at Fernuniversität Hagen, Germany, fully funded by DAAD. He holds a number of visiting professor positions in well-known universities such the McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada, University of Auckland, New Zealand and Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.  Dr. Nisar has been published 150+ research papers in many high impact journals and well reputed international conferences proceeding in the area of Com-puter Network, Information Centric Network (ICN) and Future Internet (FI). Dr. Nisar is the mem-ber of many professional organizations including IEEE, ISOC, ACM-SIGMOBILE, Engineers Austral-ia, APAN Fellow, ITU Fellow, IAENG, NSRG-AUTNZ, Park Lab etc. He has been serving as reviewer in many IEEE Transactions, Elsevier Science and some other journals as well as in the committee and reviewed of many International Conferences.