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Monday, January 22, 2018
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
9:00am
Tuesday - 1/23/18
Industrial IoT Conference ()
IoT on the Factory Floor
IIOT-01
CMO FreeWave Technologies Strategist Accenture Internet of Things Evangelist SAP
How is IOT being deployed on the factory floor and how does it improve the management of production? Have we gotten to the point where Programmable Line Cards are taking advantage of connectivity or are gateways making human intervention easier. Where is the promise of IoT for manufacturing being delivered and how?
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10:00am
Tuesday - 1/23/18
Industrial IoT Conference ()
The Industrial Internet Security Concerns
IIOT-02
President and CEO Wibu-Systems USA CEO Mobelisk Chief Legal Counsel and Director of Operations Cyberbridge Group Co-Founder Twin Oaks Computing
Identity theft happens despite attempts to protect personal information, and it can be a devastating event for the individual. Cyber-attacks occur similarly in an enterprise or its Industrial Control System (ICS) architecture, also delivering devastating impacts for the success of the business. This session will address the current state of these threats, outline what technical solutions, either available now or under development, can be identified to close the gaps regarding cyber security.
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1:00pm
Tuesday - 1/23/18
Industrial IoT Conference ()
Trustworthy Endpoints
IIOT-03
Chief Technical Officer AdaptiveMobile Director, Network Security, Technical Product Management Oracle Director Oracle
Trustworthiness is a paradigm put forth by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) and IIC (Industrial Internet Consortium) to address the relationship of key system characteristics of IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) component and systems. The IIC defines trustworthiness as the degree of confidence one has that a system performs as expected, characterized by the five key elements of safety, security, reliability, resilience and privacy in the face of environmental disruptions, human errors, system faults and attacks. Trustworthiness is a trait used for years to define the characteristics of both IT (Information Technology) and OT (Operation Technology) systems. In IT, trustworthiness mainly addresses security, reliability, and privacy. On the other hand, trustworthiness in OT mainly addresses safety, reliability and resilience. Addressing the missing key system characteristics in both IT and OT systems and focusing on the relationship of the five key characteristics of the IIoT, trustworthiness paradigm will solve many IT/OT convergence problems, especially conflicts between safety, security, and privacy.
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Wednesday, January 24, 2018
1:00pm
Wednesday - 1/24/18
Industrial IoT Conference ()
The Digital Transformation Opportunity in Industrial IoT
IIOT-04
Vice President Harbor Research Head of business strategy for Cisco's education services Cisco President, IoT Group Anaren, Inc. Vice President of R&D Virtium Solid State Storage and Memory
The Industrial IoT represents a unique combination of opportunity and challenge for digital transformation. In these asset-intensive industries, preventing unscheduled downtime may be the Industrial IoT's killer app, yet incremental gains in throughput and efficiency are important priorities as well. Industrial environments also carry a legacy of often decades-old equipment that must be brought forward against a backdrop of enabling IT technologies that churn every 18 months. And while cybersecurity remains a critical concern, manufacturers and resource companies are finding that the potential benefits of technologies such as virtualization and remote connectivity outweigh the risks of not adopting them. In this presentation, Alex Glaser of Harbor Research reviews why the Industrial IoT--including the discrete manufacturing, oil & gas, refining, power gen, bulk chemicals and metals & mining sectors--are pursuing digital transformation, specific use cases of how they are implementing transformative new technologies, and the benefits they have achieved.
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2:00pm
Wednesday - 1/24/18
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Putting a Framework on Connectivity Requirements
IIOT-05
Sr. Systems Software Engineer Anaren Director, IoT OS Platform Silicon Labs CEO Kisi
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) landscape today is a confusing mix of proprietary connectivity technologies and standards. Some are general purpose, some are mostly appropriate for enterprise applications and others are optimized for a narrow set of domain-specific use cases in vertically integrated systems. This confusion hinders the ability to share data that IIoT systems need. Architects need clarity on how to effectively share data between IIoT components and systems. To address this confusion, the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) just released the Industrial Internet Connectivity Framework (IICF). It is the result of years of work by many organizations and is the only extensive connectivity analysis by multiple experts from many companies at a major consortium. More importantly, it not only provides high-level design guidance, but also detailed, useful, tangible and practical guidance for those building IIoT solutions today.
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3:00pm
Wednesday - 1/24/18
Industrial IoT Conference ()
Bluetooth 5: One PAN to Rule Them All
IIOT-06
Director of Technology Cradlepoint Principal Analyst ABI Research Director of Engineering Plantronics CEO Cassia Networks
Bluetooth 5 is a new personal area network protocol released by the Bluetooth SIG to improve and grow the capabilities of an already existing and successful protocol. This lecture talks about the ins and outs of Bluetooth 5 from a use case, hardware, and protocol standpoint. Bluetooth 5 now provides more capabilities of any PAN communication and is set to overtake the IoT world as the de-facto standard for near range communication.
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Thursday, January 25, 2018
9:00am
Thursday - 1/25/18
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IIoT and AI: Thinking Linking Things
IIOT-07
Chief Product Officer Crate.io Sr. Systems Software Engineer Anaren Product Manager IBM
The speed of the Internet goes beyond human ability to process, so machine learning and artificial intelligence is essential in order for IoT to deliver on the promise of “just in time management”. How is AI being designed and developed to take advantage of IoT. What markets will be the early adopters and what lessons do we hope to gain from it.
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10:00am
Thursday - 1/25/18
Industrial IoT Conference ()
Blockchain in the Supply Chain
IIOT-08
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