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Monday, July 11, 2016
9:00am
Monday - 7/11/2016
IoT Certification Course (Room - Forum 19)
IoT+M2M Introduction; Overview Terminology, and Concepts
IOTC-01
Telxxis
Certification kicks off with providing a framework for the vast IoT market. A market that spans from connected home products to machine learning. Is the market potential Billions? …Trillions? How to we get there from today’s initial deployments? Key industry terms will be defined and their usage described, including the distinction between, and co-dependence of IoT and M2M.
  IoT Certification Course
10:00am
Monday - 7/11/2016
IoT Certification Course (Room - Forum 19)
IoT at the Edge: Sensors & Technologies
IOTC-02
Telxxis
This session begins with a discussion on ‘Things’ e.g. Sensors, Wearables, Constrained Devices, and MEMS, and the role each plays in building and implementing a fully interconnected IoT. The need to tie together this myriad of edge technologies leads to an overview of the current landscape in Sensor Networking Topologies. This includes wireless topologies such as 3G/4G, 5G and Mesh, as well as the extensive list of networking capabilities coming from: All seen, Apple, Google, OIC, ZigBee… and others.
  IoT Certification Course
11:00am
Monday - 7/11/2016
IoT Certification Course (Room - Forum 19)
Putting it Together: M2M Architectures and Services
IOTC-03
Telxxis
The IoT cannot become pervasive on a single device family, or on a single edge network type. This session brings it all together and explains how IP-based M2M communications capabilities such as CoAP, HTTP, and MQTT allow sets of systems to be aggregated, to interwork, and to federate. These are the tools needed to scale massively, and to build interconnected applications and services; extending from multi-room… to multi-national, and fulfilling the promise of the IoT; “Everything Connected”.
  IoT Certification Course
1:00pm
Monday - 7/11/2016
Connected Home and Building Certification Course (Room - Forum 17)
Working Together-The Interoperability of Smart Home Devices
CHC-01
Ayla Networks
Ayla Networks
With the ever-increasing number of smart home devices in the market, there is a growing issue around interoperability. More and more consumers and even manufacturers are citing this as a key requirement. This session will discuss the issues and solutions around making products work together.
IoT Channel Strategy Certification (Room - Forum 23)
Success with the Enterprise
CTC-01
IoT-Strategist
What does it take to serve the Enterprise? IoT is an opportunity that crosses industries and departments. It’s a complicated landscape requires a great deal of discussion and trust. Learn how to develop a process to successfully bring your IoT solutions to the enterprise.
Fog Computing, Analytics & Data Certification Course (Room - Forum 14)
Introduction to IoT Analytics — Historical and Real-time Descriptive and Diagnostic Analytics
FOGC-01
Vitria Technology
When companies gather Big Data they are gathering information for analytical analysis. The categorization of data is useful for understanding how data becomes relevant data. This session looks at how historical data is gathered and how real-time data is used.
IoT Smart, Connected & Secure Certification Course (Room - Forum 22)
Protecting and Defending the Edge
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Telxxis
Axis Communications
To manage the edge requires management of identity, architecture and monitoring. Hear how to deploy IoT and maintain control of the devices. Learn how to protect devices, while taking advantage of the Internet’s ubiquity.
  Connected Home and Building Certification Course
  IoT Channel Strategy Certification
  Fog Computing, Analytics & Data Certification Course
  IoT Smart, Connected & Secure Certification Course
2:00pm
Monday - 7/11/2016
Connected Home and Building Certification Course (Room - Forum 17)
Mobile Device Trends in the Internet of Things
CHC-02
Ayla Networks
Ayla Networks
In the Internet of Things, there's no such thing as a mobile device that operates in isolation. And yet, mobile devices and apps are often marketed, sold, and bought as if they're independent products. Manufacturers and consumers alike need to think less in terms of "discrete product" and more of "interconnected systems." No one wants 50 different mobile apps to control 50 different things in their smart home or smart health environments. With IoT product manufacturers championing different communications protocols, the challenge is to enable one mobile app to control many devices. Even if manufacturers never agree on protocol support, IoT platform technologies can help negotiate interoperability, while also giving manufacturers greater flexibility to navigate future unknowns.
IoT Channel Strategy Certification (Room - Forum 23)
Show Me The Money
CTC-02
151 Advisors
Are IoT revenue models just like every other IT Computer sale? What makes this opportunity different? Do VARs, Systems Integrators, and software development houses have new opportunities? The session lays out the IoT channel opportunities.
Fog Computing, Analytics & Data Certification Course (Room - Forum 14)
Advanced IoT Analytics — Predictive, Prescriptive, and Machine Learning
FOGC-02
Vitria Technology
This session looks at how analytics gathers information for from people to machines to make decisions. Hear how data is used to provide predictive forecasts and prescriptive diagnostics. In addition this session discusses how machine learning interacts with the data provided.
IoT Smart, Connected & Secure Certification Course (Room - Forum 22)
The Core of Securing Networks
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Telxxis
Axis Communications
The cloud is easy to draw, but hard to defend. Understand what it takes to manage the ingress and egress of IoT traffic? How does encryption improve network security? What process needs to be in place to maintain continuity and trust?
  Connected Home and Building Certification Course
  IoT Channel Strategy Certification
  Fog Computing, Analytics & Data Certification Course
  IoT Smart, Connected & Secure Certification Course
3:00pm
Monday - 7/11/2016
Connected Home and Building Certification Course (Room - Forum 17)
Keeping the Home Safe Secure and Personally Private
CHC-03
Ayla Networks
Ayla Networks
One of the biggest issues around the IoT today centers on the security of connected devices and how consumer data is being managed when it comes to privacy. This session will address the concerns and share ideas from industry leaders on how to address the ever changing world of security and privacy.
IoT Channel Strategy Certification (Room - Forum 23)
RFP Opportunities and Pitfalls
CTC-03
Machina Research
More often than not, the vendors have to help customers develop their RFPs. This session leverages the benefit of experience taken from several interviews with companies implementing IoT. You will learn what needs to be built, established, and identified in order to be successful from the very beginning of an RFP process.
Fog Computing, Analytics & Data Certification Course (Room - Forum 14)
Dashboards and Data Visualization
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Tandem Running
Our ability to gather data has exceeded our ability to understand the data. Hear how to gather information in a way to make the data actionable and integrated into business intelligence.
IoT Smart, Connected & Secure Certification Course (Room - Forum 22)
Security at the Top: Application Level
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Telxxis
Axis Communications
Marc Andreessen says its software. The application layer is full of issues associated with human identity and partitioning. Given how many devices people use for the same application, its important to understand how sessions are managed. How does the web change the security concerns?
  Connected Home and Building Certification Course
  IoT Channel Strategy Certification
  Fog Computing, Analytics & Data Certification Course
  IoT Smart, Connected & Secure Certification Course
4:00pm
Monday - 7/11/2016
(Room - Forum 12)
IoT Battle of the Platforms / Battle of the Apps
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6:00pm
Monday - 7/11/2016
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Battle of the Platforms Reception
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Kick back with your newly earned certifications, see which platform wins the battle and enjoy drinks on us and conversations with your fellow attendees.
  
8:00pm
Monday - 7/11/2016
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Networking at VISTA Cocktail Lounge
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Networking at VISTA Cocktail Lounge with 2 for 1 well drinks Attire: Business Casual Keep the party going and join us at VISTA Cocktail Lounge for post-show cocktails and casual conversation. Located in the center of the casino, enjoy casual drinks in this relaxed nightclub alternative. VISTA exudes a classic lounge feel and sophisticated atmosphere, but with modern technology features intertwined through the space. *Must present your badge to receive the 2 for 1 well drink special Costs are at your own expense.
  
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
8:30am
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
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Continental Breakfast - Paid Attendee, Speaker, Exhibitor Conference Badges
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9:00am
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
Special Panel Discussion (Room - Forum 12)
Analyze This: ROI Reality
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James Brehm
James Brehm & Associates
Homaira Akbari
Machina Research
Michael Crawford
Crossfire Media
Michael Lenoce
BI Intelligence
Mike Walkley
IHS Technology
John Feland
Argus Insights
Mike Walkley
ABI Research
We are past the hype cycle of IoT and are now dealing with tangible numbers, but the IoT opportunities are so vast, the numbers can sound unbelievable! Hear from the industry’s top analysts and get insight into real projections, real opportunity and the real value that the Internet of Things is providing to nearly every company type.
  Special Panel Discussion
10:00am
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
Keynote Session (Room - Forum 12)
Keynote Presentation by KORE
Alex Brisbourne

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At the last IoT Evolution we asked “What would you do with 10B dollars?” Kore has been showing what to do by example. Their acquisitions have been in support of customer growth and expanding market reach and capabilities. Learn the philosophy behind one of the most engaged IoT companies.
  Keynote Session
10:30am
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
Keynote Session (Room - Forum 12)
Keynote Presentation by The Weather Company
Mike Finnerty

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The Weather Company
The Weather Company provides accurate and reliable weather data to millions of people around the world. Combining this data with the computational and cognitive power of Watson, The Weather Company, an IBM Business, is revolutionizing the way we forecast and utilize weather information to help consumers and businesses make better decisions. Mike Finnerty discusses the reasoning behind this merger of information and how the combination of technology and expertise will allow for the serving of real-time, actionable information to power the Internet of Things.
  Keynote Session
11:00am
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
Keynote Session (Room - Forum 12)
Keynote Presentation by Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
James Euchner

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Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co
Smart Cars, Smart Tires! We know it sounds weird, but nothing alerts you to driving conditions better than the spot where the car touches the road. Learn how Goodyear is delivering context to the driving experience and how it is facilitating vehicle maintenance and enabling intelligence to driving, even if the car drives itself.
  Keynote Session
11:30am
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
Keynote Session (Room - Forum 12)
Keynote Presentation by AT&T
Chris Penrose

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  Keynote Session
12:00pm
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
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Buffet Lunch - Paid Attendee, Speaker, Exhibitor Conference Badges
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1:00-1:45pm
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
Connected Home and Building Conference (Room - Forum 17)
Home is Where the App Manages
CH-01
BI Intelligence
Centercode
Ayla Networks
Icontrol Networks
Home and Hearth! It is said that the typical family home could have more than 500 smart devices by 2022. Keeping the house secure and controlling heating and cooling is the focus of many a smart phone application. At the same time many household appliances are integrating their features and functions to smart phone operating systems. This panel discusses what the trends are in the industry and how the transition to smart homes is being facilitated.
Connected Transportation Conference (Room - Forum 23)
Autotainment: Blending the Phone with the Dashboard
CT-01
HARMAN
US Cellular
ABI Insights
Verizon Wireless
The phone is an entertainment center, so it’s logical to extend the phone to the dashboard. It also makes sense to do the reverse. When does the phone represent the buying rationale for a vehicle purchase? What role does connectivity play in delivering entertainment in the auto?
Fog Computing, Analytics & Data (Room - Forum 14)
Edge vs. Cloud: The What, Where and When
FOG-01
Cisco
Enterprise Strategy Group
The hype associated with Cloud Services makes it sound like processing in the cloud is seamless and without delay. The reality is that that processing at the edge is also valuable. This panel discusses the pluses and minuses of a cloud versus edge strategy.
IoT Developer Conference (Room - Forum 15)
Architecting Headroom for the Future: Assessing Processor Options and Getting Started
IOTD-01
The PTR Group, Inc.
The IoT is many things to many people. However, at its heart, it is all about enabling connectivity and control in devices. Whether you are inventing the next great consumer gadget or creating a network of industrial sensors, having the processing horsepower to provide the features or collect the data with a minimum of power consumption is a make or break proposition. In this session, we will discuss the nature of the processor options available at the edge devices/border gateways, their connectivity, and their lifecycle. The goal is to understand the technical trade space for making your Internet of Things designs a reality.
Enterprise IoT Track (Room - Forum 19)
Low Power Wide Coverage: Mostly Fixed Wireless
IOTE-01
Machina Research
Ingenu
Senet
Inmarsat
SIGFOX US
Semtech Corporation
Low Power Wide Area radio techniques include LoRa, RPMA and Sigfox. In the future, Unlicensed LTE [ULTE] may also be available to serve markets that don’t need mobility but need power management and wider coverage area. This panel discusses the attributes of each of these solutions, the deployment costs and how each of these solutions are progressing to become viable offerings.
IoT Smart, Connected & Secure (Room - Forum 22)
Threats Learning from History, not Hysteria
IOTS-01
Machina Research
Intel Security
Zeidman Technologies
If you read the press you would think that IoT threats are the weakest link in security systems, but the reality is that they probably represent the most opportunity to learn how to improve systems. This panel discusses the latest publicly stated breaches and discusses what lessons everyone should learn from these systems.
  Connected Home and Building Conference
  Connected Transportation Conference
  Fog Computing, Analytics & Data
  IoT Developer Conference
  Enterprise IoT Track
  IoT Smart, Connected & Secure
2:00-2:45pm
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
Connected Home and Building Conference (Room - Forum 17)
Demystifying the Complex: How to Create New Business Models and Realize Value from the Industrial IoT through Platform Collaboration
CH-02
Machina Research
Sigma Industrial Automation
ServiceMax
Synapse Wireless
ThingWorx
Connected devices are empowering an operational transformation leading us into the factory of the future with elements such as machine learning, predictive analytics and statistical process control. However, the complexity of gathering, analyzing and acting on the right data at the right time has slowed real-world deployments. This discussion will look at what it takes to bring the right technologies and experts together to solve the tough problems – from connecting Things wirelessly, to a platform for data access and analytics, to integrating those who take the actions.
Connected Transportation Conference (Room - Forum 23)
Public Transport and IoT Solutions: Light Rail and Buses
CT-02
Sierra Wireless
CalAmp
Eurotech
Public Wi-Fi on public transportation is becoming commonplace, but is the connectivity being used to provide additional services? This panel discusses how public transportation is running better, not as a result of Wi-Fi, but as a result of IoT solutions.
Fog Computing, Analytics & Data (Room - Forum 14)
Fog Computing: Process Driven Decisions
FOG-02
Numerex
Cisco
Cradlepoint
Bsquare Corporation
Enterprise Strategy Group
Predixion Software
Predixion Software
When it comes to IoT, the information gathered impacts the processes. The result is that gateways can be used to manage processes in the most logical place to deliver the process. This panel explains the value of Fog Computing in managing processes.
IoT Developer Conference (Room - Forum 15)
Prototyping IoT Analytics: Hands on with ThingSpeak and MATLAB
IOTD-02
MATLAB at Math Works
The Internet of Things typically involves a discussion of smart devices and the cloud, with much less attention paid to the data collection, pre-processing of acquired data, and development of real-time analytics algorithms. A successful data analytics strategy involves embedded sensor analytics, historical data analysis, and online analytics. In this hands-on session, each participant will work with devices and try out the various types of analytics in action.
Enterprise IoT Track (Room - Forum 19)
LTE for IoT: Solutions at the Edge and the Core to Success
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Machina Research
T-Mobile USA
Sprint
Nimbelink
The abbreviation of the word “Category” to CAT and the number and letter specification of “O,1, and M” can be confusing, but at the heart is a simple answer. Most IoT solutions require less bandwidth and broader coverage. Determining how to deploy for IoT has become a priority for services providers. This panel focuses on where we stand in delivering on these IoT specific services.
IoT Smart, Connected & Secure (Room - Forum 22)
Identity Management: Creation and Control
IOTS-03
Thales e-Security
Micrium
Covisint
DigiCert
In the last thirty years we have seen area codes expand to increase the number of phone numbers, and Internet addressing had to migrate to IPv6. When it comes to the projected 50 billion IoT devices, address management seems to be in flux. This panel discusses some of the more interesting approaches to identity management and how it impacts security solutions.
  Connected Home and Building Conference
  Connected Transportation Conference
  Fog Computing, Analytics & Data
  IoT Developer Conference
  Enterprise IoT Track
  IoT Smart, Connected & Secure
3:00-3:45pm
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
Connected Home and Building Conference (Room - Forum 17)
Resource Management: Waste Not Want IoT
CH-03
InField Group
Buddy Platform Inc
Whether the weather is the result of El Nino, Global Warming or the butterfly effect, the need to manage natural resources has never been greater. Yet the solutions have to be distributed intelligently. From earthquake monitoring to weather forecasting, the need to develop predictive and prescriptive resource management systems is on the forefront of IoT technology.
Connected Transportation Conference (Room - Forum 23)
It’s all about the Phone: When IoT is all Software and You
CT-03
Nokia Growth Partners
Geotab
Verizon Wireless
Some systems like Uber have no sensors other than the phone, but manage to be so contextual with positioning information in real time that services are immediate. This is a discussion of the how, when, where and why that phones are sufficient to be the end points for IoT services.
Fog Computing, Analytics & Data (Room - Forum 14)
Usage Driven: IoT in the Shared Economy
FOG-03
Numerex
James Brehm & Associates
Aeris
Lynxspring
If you can measure it; you can charge for it! If you can partition it; you can share for it? IoT is a game changer for the shared economy where services like Uber, Lyft and ZipCar have been made possible. This panel discusses how the shared economy manages usage driven services.
IoT Developer Conference (Room - Forum 15)
Evaluating IoT Edge Device Protocols and How-tos of a Cloud Framework that Works
IOTD-03
Networking embedded sensor systems is by no means a new concept, but connecting them to the cloud using IP-based technology is. From MQTT to CoAP, XMPP to DDS, each edge connectivity protocol has its strengths, weaknesses, and optimal use cases. But as important as careful protocol selection is, after evaluating the tradeoffs you need to get connected with a cloud framework that works. In this hands-on workshop, learn about the costs and benefits of various IoT edge device protocols and how they impact device design. Then, using the lightweight MQTT protocol, connect an STMicroelectronics Discovery evaluation kit to the AWS IoT cloud and find out how to best utilize the service’s rules engines, visualization tools, analytics facilities, and other features to quickly build truly responsive, end-to-end IoT systems.
Enterprise IoT Track (Room - Forum 19)
The Power in the Gateway: Solving Distribution
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Spirent Communications
Systech Corporation
US Cellular
Eurotech
Whether the IoT implementation is brand new or servicing existing infrastructure, IoT gateways serve a vital role. Aggregating, distributing and securing are major functions of IoT gateways, but the role of an IoT gateway is even greater. Learn what requirements should guide the selection of IoT gateways when designing an IoT solution.
IoT Smart, Connected & Secure (Room - Forum 22)
Remote Monitoring and Management
IOTS-02
Trusted Computing Group
KORE
Senet
IHS Technology
Ontegrity
Controlling devices remotely is often talked about without discussing security. However maintaining access to systems creates opportunities for management policies to be enacted and enforced. This panel discusses how remote monitoring and management systems impact security solutions.
  Connected Home and Building Conference
  Connected Transportation Conference
  Fog Computing, Analytics & Data
  IoT Developer Conference
  Enterprise IoT Track
  IoT Smart, Connected & Secure
4:00-5:00pm
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
Special Panel Discussion (Room - Forum 12)
Innovations for the Smart Home
GS-03
John Feland
Argus Insights
Yann Kulp
Schneider Electric
Greg Roberts
Icontrol Networks
Lee Gruenfeld
Support.com
Scott Scheuber
US Cellular
What are the essential elements to every smart home? It probably includes lighting, security, temperature and control. Leading smart home solutions providers lead a round table discussion on what is being offered and what is compelling to the homeowner.
  Special Panel Discussion
5:00-7:00pm
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
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IoT Evolution Exhibit Hall Grand Opening
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After your first day of conference sessions get to know you colleagues and the check out the hottest new IoT technologies at the Exhibit Hall Opening Reception. We'll bring the drinks - you bring the conversations.
  
5:05-6:05pm
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
5:05pm: Start-Up Showcase Presentation
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Luxerel
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
5:20pm: Start-Up Showcase
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Vaopto
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
5:35pm: Start-Up Showcase
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SpinalCom
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
5:50pm: Start-Up Showcase
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OneSimCard
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
6:05-6:50pm
Tuesday - 7/12/2016
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
6:05pm: The Future of Connected Systems: How the IoT Will Make Gene Roddenberry’s Vision Real
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IoT Evolution World
Ken Briodagh, editorial director, IoT Evolution, will discuss with his guests the future of the IoT, the industry’s vast potential for changing the world for the better, and what the path to that end might be.
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
6:20pm: Automated Cars, Supply Chain, Transportation Infrastructure: A global problem with systemic ramifications. Let’s solve it.
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IoT Evolution World
Ken Briodagh, editorial director, IoT Evolution, and several members of the Connected Transportation industry will seek to find solution to the challenges in this vast infrastructure that touches every life and business. In 15 minutes.
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
6:35pm: What Can we Know vs. What Should we Know: The Implications of All This Data
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IoT Evolution World
Ken Briodagh, editorial director, IoT Evolution, will ask his panel about the ethics of Data collection, how we can keep it safe, and if privacy is even important to preserve anymore.
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
8:30am
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
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Continental Breakfast - Paid Attendee, Speaker, Exhibitor Conference Badges
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9:00am
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
Special Panel Discussion (Room - Forum 12)
Money & Management: Is it Better to be Unique or Unicorns?
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Homaira Akbari
AKnowledge Partners
James Brehm
James Brehm & Associates
Michael Crawford
Q Advisors LLC
Michael Lenoce
MVP Capital
Mike Walkley
Canaccord Genuity Research
Is there a difference between the haves and have mores? There are currently over 140 $1B startups. Yet many of these companies have similar business plans. We ask our friends in investment what makes compelling business cases. Are unicorns passé? Are there still unique investments opportunities, or is there nothing new under the sun?
  Special Panel Discussion
10:00am
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
Keynote Session (Room - Forum 12)
Keynote Presentation by Ingenu
John Horn

K-05
Ingenu
When considering wireless solutions, are their alternatives to LTE? Understanding the total cost of a service is more than the wireless modules. The ability to deploy once and maintain battery life without additional truck rolls is a key value of Ingenu RPMA solutions.
  Keynote Session
10:30am
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
Keynote Session (Room - Forum 12)
Keynote Presentation by VMware - CIOs Guide to IoT Success
Shekar Ayyar

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VMware Inc
Since we are still in the beginning stages of this game changing trend, it is important to understand how to prepare for its implications. In this session, the speaker will highlight the key components that CIOs and other leaders must have in order to implement a complete IoT solution and explain how the trend has affected VMware’s approach. Key components organizations need to implement a complete IoT solution: - A strategic and focused use case that either drives innovation, business process efficiency or new revenue models. - An infrastructure on which to build an IoT solution - A means to provision and manage millions of things on that infrastructure - A way to collect, store, and analyze the massive amounts of data those things collect, glean meaningful insights from that data, and then translate those insights into worthwhile actions
  Keynote Session
11:00am
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
Keynote Session (Room - Forum 12)
How Business Disruptions with IoT is leading us to Artificial Intelligence
Larry Wall

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Stanford University
Internet of Things is ready to create business growth of $16 Trillion globally with 50 billion devices by 2020. That is old story. This proliferation of IoT is creating many cloud platforms and tons of data carrying business growth insights and new machine learning applications leading to Robots, Drones and Bots. Come hear from Sudha Jamthe about the next wave of IoT Disruptions and how this is leading to growth in Artificial Intelligence to a new works of business opportunities.
  Keynote Session
11:30am
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
Keynote Session (Room - Forum 12)
Keynote Presentation by Intel Security
Gary Davis

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Intel Security
We are fast moving into a hyper connected society – and 5G will be a fundamental foundation. It is easy to think of 5G networks as mainly a quantitative evolution similar to previous transitions, such as higher bitrate, lower latency and more devices. But 5G security will just be a qualitative leap forward to meet the demands of a Networked Society. This session will cover the unique security challenges from a large number of connected devices. •?5G is expected to drive IoT. Adding connectivity for billions of new devices will open new security threats. Currently victims of ransomware are locked out of their PC or smartphone. With 5G, ransomware victims could be locked out of their house and car, and many other connected devices. Multiplying the number of connected devices equals opportunity for attacks such as DDoS. Bottom line — more devices connected at higher speeds results in increased risk. •?Increased data transfer speeds implies higher threats of malicious file transfers. With high transfer rates, data exfiltration or large malicious file transfers could be more easily missed. •?More severe consequences of security breaches due to the nature of technology enabled by 5G include remote surgery and driverless cars. The consequences of security breaches in these examples could be particularly dire, even life threatening. The goal is to ensure that consumers maintain a high level of trust with these cutting-edge technologies so that the entire IoT movement can continue to thrive.
  Keynote Session
12:00-5:00pm
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
(Room - Forum 12)
IoT Evolution Exhibit Hall Open
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12:15-1:40pm
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
12:15pm: Standards and IoT Strategies
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Trusted Computing Group
iconectiv
Micrium
Spirent Communications
Open Mobile Alliance
HomeGrid Forum
IoT supports so many markets that the role of standards is very limited today. The goal of providing common capabilities that can be used with sensors in vertical markets drives much of the standards work in these markets. Attend this session and hear how standards bodies find common ground.
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
1:00pm: Intel Security Keynote Debrief: The 5G Question
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IoT Evolution World
Ken Briodagh, editorial director, IoT Evolution, will talk you through the Intel Security Keynote, outlining the major points and parsing out the lessons learned. Think Talking Dead, but with fewer exposed entrails.
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
1:40-2:40pm
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
1:40pm: Creating Trust for the Internet of Things: OTA’s IoT Trust Framework
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Online Trust Alliance
The Online Trust Alliance (OTA) established the IoT Trustworthy Working Group (ITWG) in January 2015. This multi-stakeholder initiative has developed and published the IoT Trust Framework – 30 principles to enhance security, privacy and sustainability in IoT. Craig Spiezle, CEO and Executive Director of the Online Trust Alliance will discuss the Framework and its principles, which form the foundation of a voluntary code of conduct and certification program to enhance consumer trust and support IoT innovation. Empowered with these principles, developers, device makers and service providers will find proscriptive guidance to make “security and privacy by design” a priority from the onset of product development, and address issues holistically.
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
2:20pm: Smart Cities: How can we get there? We need this.
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IoT Evolution World
Ken Briodagh, editorial director, IoT Evolution, and several guests working in the Smart City world will discuss several paths to accomplishing connected living for consumers and more efficient operations for cities and nations through the IoT.
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
2:40-3:00pm
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
2:40pm: Business Impact Awards - Nimbelink
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IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
2:40pm: Business Impact Awards - Powerhouse Dynamics
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IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
2:40pm: Business Impact Awards - Harman
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IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
2:40pm: Business Impact Awards - Arxan
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  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
  IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor
3:00-3:45pm
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
Connected Home and Building Conference (Room - Forum 17)
Lighting Controls: The Gateway to Smart Infrastructure
CH-04
Synapse Wireless
There is so much buzz around the IoT & Smart Cities, along with the benefits associated with each opportunity. How do you achieve these implementations without complexities and various IT interruptions? How do you go about implementing a strong foundation for smart, connected devices that you can build upon over time while maintaining the infrastructure to support it? Learn how the right wireless lighting control solution can open up a world of opportunities-beyond just the lights.
Connected Transportation Conference (Room - Forum 23)
Autos and Autonomy: Keeping the Right Eyes on the Road
CT-04
Covisint
BI Intelligence
iconectiv
Spirent Communications
Movimento
Geotab
Parallel Parking, Auto Braking, and Collision detection. All of these are precursors to the autonomous vehicle predicted in the future. What is the implication for driver adoption of new technologies? This session drills down on the question - are we ready to let go of the wheel?
Fog Computing, Analytics & Data (Room - Forum 14)
Analytics 101: Avoiding GIGO and Gaining Insight
FOG-04
Our recent study suggests that only a quarter of the Enterprises trust the Big Data they are getting from IoT Analytics. Where does this concern come from? Is it that the data is immaterial to processes, or is it that we have value - laden theory as to what the data provides? This panel takes a close look at how to ensure your data is relevant, valuable and trusted.
IoT Developer Conference (Room - Forum 15)
“Snappy” IoT Application Development and Delivery with Ubuntu Core
IOTD-04
Canonical
The Ubuntu operating system is widely understood and deployed in desktop, server, and cloud environments, with over 40 million users and counting. Its open source foundation, vast community support, and extensive documentation make it an ideal candidate as an IoT OS, but there is one problem: The Ubuntu distribution, with all its bells and whistles, is too heavy to run on resource-constrained Internet of Things gateways and edge devices. That is, until now.
Enterprise IoT Track (Room - Forum 19)
Industry 4.0: IoT and Manufacturing
IOTE-05
Wind River
IBM
Telit
IHS Technology
Bsquare Corporation
One of the key points for the Industry 4.0 philosophy: the unification of the factory floor with the decision-making enterprise-based systems. This 4.0 philosophy focuses on digitizing production processes, enhancing efficiency, reducing costs, increasing safety and security and, last but not least, innovating with smarter products and services. The industrial production no longer simply manufactures the product; the manufacturing process becomes fully integrated, automated and optimized leading to greater efficiencies, changed work flows and enhanced communications between humans and machines.
IoT Smart, Connected & Secure (Room - Forum 22)
Cold Chain and the Food Safety Management Act
IOTS-04
Locus Traxx Worldwide
AT&T
Powerhouse Dynamics
Crossfire Media
Acunext, LLC
The Food Safety Modernization Act is changing the way that food processors manage the handling of food from farm to fork. This panel discusses the changes in food management and how IoT systems are going to impact and report on food safety.
  Connected Home and Building Conference
  Connected Transportation Conference
  Fog Computing, Analytics & Data
  IoT Developer Conference
  Enterprise IoT Track
  IoT Smart, Connected & Secure
4:00-4:45pm
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
Connected Home and Building Conference (Room - Forum 17)
Facilities Management: Making the Cost Center a Buyers Market
CH-05
Coris
Ayla Networks
ABI Insights
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning [HVAC} systems have been built to manage energy consumption, but using IoT platforms to manage HVAC have expanded the capability to prioritize services. Hear how implementations in Campus, hospital and similar settings, are highlighting the value of IoT in HVAC systems.
Connected Transportation Conference (Room - Forum 23)
Usage Based Insurance Strategies
CT-05
Swiss Re Management (US) Corporation
James Brehm & Associates
CalAmp
Geotab
All of the information available from telematics enables the leasing, renting and insuring of cars to be more precise. This session focuses on the impact this real time information will have on the service offerings available for the pay as you go community.
Fog Computing, Analytics & Data (Room - Forum 14)
Beyond the Dashboard: Business Processes and IoT Data
FOG-05
Exosite
Aeris Communications
HARMAN
IoT Strategies
Itron IoT
We have lots of self - contained platforms with great dashboards, but most companies have business intelligence systems that are at the core of their decision - making. Where do dashboards serve a purpose and when do APIs and integration become critical?
IoT Developer Conference (Room - Forum 15)
Decaffeinating Java for IoT: Removing the Limitations of Object-oriented Embedded Programming
IOTD-05
Azul Systems
Joe Armstrong, creator of the Erlang programming language, has famously said, “The problem with object-oriented languages is they’ve got all this implicit environment that they carry around with them. You wanted a banana, but what you got was a gorilla holding the banana and the entire jungle.” For years this has been the perception of Java in the embedded and the Internet of Things space, where the language has been seen as too big, too slow, and lacking the low-level faculties needed by developers of secure, real-time, deterministic applications. Discover how now, with the advent of Java virtual machines (JVMs) where overall footprint can be specified down to runtime-only configurations, those past notions are all about to change.
Enterprise IoT Track (Room - Forum 19)
Industrial IoT Strategies
IOTE-04
AT&T
oneM2M
ORBCOMM
Marketing Committee Head at MESA.org
Bsquare Corporation
Opto 22
Manufacturing requires planning and precision, which makes the use of IoT and the analytics that the systems provide a great resource. This panel talks about how the Enterprise leverages the power of the IoT to manage the supply chain and distribution of the final product.
IoT Smart, Connected & Secure (Room - Forum 22)
Oil and Gas: Pirates and Protection
IOTS-05
FreeWave Technologies
InField Group
Very few IoT systems are as remote and valuable as oil exploration and pipelines. The result is a combination of analytic systems, remote monitoring, and surveillance. This panel is a discussion of the weaknesses and requirements to secure remote operations in these critical industries.
  Connected Home and Building Conference
  Connected Transportation Conference
  Fog Computing, Analytics & Data
  IoT Developer Conference
  Enterprise IoT Track
  IoT Smart, Connected & Secure
5:00-5:45pm
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
Connected Home and Building Conference (Room - Forum 17)
It takes a Village: Smart City Architecture
CH-06
oneM2M
Libelium
Trimble
Silver Spring Networks
Eurotech
The value in smart cities is not in a single implementation, but an enabling system that delivers connectivity to a variety of IoT implementations. The result goes beyond the return on investment, and includes interoperability and the development of an ecosystem. Learn how these implementations start and how they expand into a continuous opportunity.
Connected Transportation Conference (Room - Forum 23)
Cellular is NOT Dead, Cellular is Low Power!
CT-06
James Brehm & Associates
Telit
Nimbelink
Verizon
Managing the supply chain in a global economy requires multiple strategies across a series of vendors and partners. This panel discusses what they have experienced in managing worldwide solutions while providing continuous logistic services.
Fog Computing, Analytics & Data (Room - Forum 14)
Distributed Computing and the Cloud
FOG-06
SpinalCom
InField Group
Microsoft Research
Hadoop, and other distribute databases combined with other cloud services have reduced the obstacles to scale and deployment. This panel discusses how the distributed systems are enabling IoT implementations to be rapidly developed and deployed.
IoT Developer Conference (Room - Forum 15)
Continuous Integration Testing for IoT Endpoint Integrity
IOTD-06
Parasoft
If you’re responsible for an application that depends on the feedback or functionality of various IoT endpoints (sensors or devices), your brand reputation depends upon each of the many moving parts being secure, reliable, and compliant. To truly protect your brand, it's critical to ensure that each third-party endpoint you leverage is truly aligned with your organization's business priorities. After all, if your application fails to deliver the expected business results, your customers and partners won't care if that failure stems from code you developed internally or from a component that you've integrated. If you consume it, you own it. So what can you do to ensure that the endpoints you leverage actually enhance, not erode, your brand? This session outlines a multi-phase integrity strategy that includes validating endpoints against your expectations and internal policies; integrating simulated end point behavior into a test lab; running end-to-end simulation tests against your use cases; and managing change and version control for the future. Learn how continuous integration testing can make, or break, your IoT development and deployment efforts.
Enterprise IoT Track (Room - Forum 19)
Brown Field Round Table: What to Do when It’s Too Late to Start Again
IOTE-06
FreeWave Technologies
Eurotech
Opto 22
Vitria Technology
Analyst
Real World but Retroactive Solutions. The reality is we already have billions of sensors deployed today, but their relation to big data and business intelligence requires additional connectivity. This panel shares their experiences through case studies of real deployments. Hear how they solved the problems of migrating existing systems.
IoT Smart, Connected & Secure (Room - Forum 22)
IoT on the Street Where You Live: 911 and First Responders
IOTS-06
Covisint
Crossfire Media
Safer Mobility
CalAmp
The world is full of rich media, but the social networks, video and text are a far cry from how we have historically alerted first responders. This discussion focuses on how next generation connectivity impacts aggregating and managing communication to improve first responder effectiveness.
  Connected Home and Building Conference
  Connected Transportation Conference
  Fog Computing, Analytics & Data
  IoT Developer Conference
  Enterprise IoT Track
  IoT Smart, Connected & Secure
9:00-11:00pm
Wednesday - 7/13/2016
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Conference Party at Margaritaville
X-12
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Thursday, July 14, 2016
8:30am
Thursday - 7/14/2016
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Continental Breakfast - Paid Attendee, Speaker, Exhibitor Conference Badges
X-08
  
9:00-9:45am
Thursday - 7/14/2016
Connected Home and Building Conference (Room - Forum 17)
The Farmers IoT Markets: From Drones to Prawns
CH-07
Locus Traxx Worldwide
James Brehm & Associates
Net Irrigate, LLC
FarmersEdge
From ample waves of grain to deep seas, the ability to manage sensors to increase crop yield is impacting farming everywhere. Learn how farming is innovating with technology to increase yield and freshness while minimizing time to market.
Connected Transportation Conference (Room - Forum 23)
Trucking Compliance: The IoT Rules for the Road
CT-07
Numerex
Aeris Communications
IMHO Consulting
Amongst places where the rules of the road are changing is the recent updating of trucking code. This panel discusses what has been updated around the world and how IoT is being used to provide compliance.
Fog Computing, Analytics & Data (Room - Forum 14)
Personalization and the Retailer
FOG-07
151 Advisors
Star Cloud Services
Contextual awareness is being enabled by beacons and IoT solutions. By gathering consumer information, the retailer has the ability to personalize promotions and services. This panel discusses the way that IoT brings value to the retail environment to drive sales opportunities and increase customer satisfaction.
IoT Developer Conference (Room - Forum 15)
Hands-on Security by Separation for Connected Embedded Devices
IOTD-07
prpl Foundation
The Internet of Things has come of age, but in so doing has become deeply embedded in many critical areas of everyday life. It helps drive our automobiles, dispense life-saving drugs, and even operate ‘smart rifles.’ In this interactive development session, prpl Foundation will analyze the technical details of some recently revealed, high-profile IoT incidents; identify common attack patterns; and then propose technical solutions to address each problem. Using workstations based on Microchip PIC32 evaluation kits, you will learn how open source software and interoperable standards can address serious IoT security flaws thanks to SoC virtualization and security through separation. *Note: 10 PIC32-based development platforms will be provided as multi-user workstations.
Enterprise IoT Track (Room - Forum 19)
Platforms to Applications: Building an IOT Framework
IOTE-07
Aeris
QuantumIOT
AT&T Internet of Things
MachNation
Eurotech
If you are building an ecosystem around your IoT solutions, you’re in effect creating a platform with APIs. This panel discusses the role of rolling out the platform for third party use and how companies connect developers to their strategies to increase market reach and value.
IoT Smart, Connected & Secure (Room - Forum 22)
The Drudge Report: Maintaining IoT Success
IOTS-07
oneM2M
IBM
Axis Communications
Once an IoT system is set in place, the day -to - day operation can be very dull. However, the drudgery of maintaining a system is offset by the need for vigilance. This discussion talks about how to manage reconfiguration, penetration, detection and protection.
  Connected Home and Building Conference
  Connected Transportation Conference
  Fog Computing, Analytics & Data
  IoT Developer Conference
  Enterprise IoT Track
  IoT Smart, Connected & Secure
10:00-10:45am
Thursday - 7/14/2016
Connected Home and Building Conference (Room - Forum 17)
Street Wise IoT: Parking Intelligence
CH-08
Parking Garages and Parking Spots seem like simple applications, but they represent complex solutions that show what is possible for telematics in the near term. This discussion takes a look at the parallels in parking with efforts to bring the autonomous vehicle to market.
Connected Transportation Conference (Room - Forum 23)
GeoFencing: Restricting Movement to Where you Want It
CT-08
Net Irrigate, LLC
Spirent Communications
Pitney Bowes
Sometimes it’s not about where things are, but where they should remain. Geofencing provides a solution for managing perimeters and guarding issues associated with proximity. Hear how Geofencing is providing a level of security for the vast range of IoT devices.
Fog Computing, Analytics & Data (Room - Forum 14)
Under your Sleeve: IoT and Biometrics and IoT
FOG-08
Heart Monitors, Alzheimer’s locators, and other sensor solutions are making patient information available remotely and in a manner that reduces the response time for emergency services. This session is a discussion of how IoT solutions can reduce risks and improve health.
IoT Developer Conference (Room - Forum 15)
Achieving Trusted IoT: Writing Secure Applications using ARM TrustZone
IOTD-08
Sequitir Labs
Security for the Internet of Things is no longer optional. It must be foundational. This session talks about the critical technologies essential to achieving trustworthiness in IoT devices, different ways and techniques of achieving trustworthiness using a combination of hardware and software, and discusses the impact of these approaches on device design and software application architectures. This is followed by a hands-on session where attendees will write a sample application making use of ARM TrustZone and the Open Source Trusted Execution Environment (OpTEE).
Enterprise IoT Track (Room - Forum 19)
Compelling Compliance: Finding the ROI in Adherence
IOTE-08
Numerex
151 Advisors
RF Code
IMHO Consulting
The three reasons to deploy IoT are to make money, save money and become compliant. This panel focuses on where IoT is being used to support compliance and how that impacts future strategies.
IoT Smart, Connected & Secure (Room - Forum 22)
Machine Learning the Pervasive Fog of IoT
IOTS-08
Cisco
QuantumIOT
MachNation
Machine learning is becoming pervasive in all analytics and decision support systems whether it is at the Edge, FOG or Cloud. Every IoT node, FOG node will be smarter and smarter by Machine Learning, Deep learning and Neural networks algorithms. It is very complex to run Machine Learning algorithms at the edge such as sensors, and video cameras. This session will provide practical use cases and architectural guidelines on usage of Machine Learning at Edge, FOG and Cloud. A case study of Cisco’s solution will demonstrate power of Machine Learning at the Edge, FOG and Cloud.
  Connected Home and Building Conference
  Connected Transportation Conference
  Fog Computing, Analytics & Data
  IoT Developer Conference
  Enterprise IoT Track
  IoT Smart, Connected & Secure
11:00am-2:00pm
Thursday - 7/14/2016
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IoT Evolution Exhibit Hall Open
X-09
  
11:20am-1:00pm
Thursday - 7/14/2016
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
11:20am: Securing the Internet of Things: An Open Source Approach
IOTT-13
prpl Foundation
The Internet of Things has come to a crossroads. On the one hand it is seeping into every aspect of our lives – from healthcare to connected cars. But on the other, many embedded computing systems are afflicted by fundamental security flaws. In this panel debate moderated and curated by prpl Foundation president, Art Swift, you will hear from VP level representatives of some of the biggest chip companies on the planet about where those security weaknesses lie. And they will discuss how a new hardware-led approach based on open source could help overcome these challenges which, if left unchecked, could have tragic consequences.
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
12:00pm: Case Study Presentation - WebNMS
IOTT-15
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
12:15pm: Case Study Presentation - Raveon
IOTT-16
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
12:30pm: Case Study Presentation - Aeris
IOTT-17
IoT Solutions Theatre on Expo Floor (Room - Forum 4)
12:45pm: Case Study Presentation - Volansys
IOTT-18
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