Sr. Principal Analyst, M2M & the Internet of Things
Smart Grid has become a priority for governments around the world. For certain customers, the power chain management is not just optimal but critical. Whether you’re running a hospital, a police department or a data center, businesses are totally dependent on reliable power supply. How are IoT solutions improving the reliability of power from oil fields to pipelines to local delivery? What is the next step toward 100% dependable power distribution?
Connected Home & Building
The Latest Connected Gadgets for the Home
We’ve seen pet trackers, connected light bulbs even Internet baby monitors what are the latest connected devices arriving on the market for your connected home? Join our panel as we take a look at the fun, novel, inspiring, and sometimes silly devices promising to deliver the ultimate connected lifestyle.
Convergence: The Connected Car in a Connected World
There is a lot of promise from the connected car and other connected applications that make up the Internet of Things. But to truly deliver on that promise, our connected cars, homes, offices, etc. will all need to speak to each other. Take a look at early crossover applications and how they work together to deliver enhanced value as a unit.
Fog Computing, Analytics & Data
Convergence 1: Managing Disparate Technologies
Founder & Chief Technologist
Blue Mountain Microsystems Inc.
RFID, NFC, Bluetooth, WiFi, Zigbee, ZWave, SigFox, TV Whitespace, MEMS, LoRa, Cellular, GPS, Glonass, Beidou, Satellite there are a lot of technologies that go into a fullfledged IoT solution but managing them all can be a nightmare. How do cloud solutions address the problem and who makes it simple for the nontechnologist line of business manager?
IoT Evolution Developer
The Evolution of Automotive Software with IoT
Director, Automotive & General Embedded
QNX Software Systems
Global Director, Business Development
QNX Software Systems
The Internet of Things IoT has the potential to harness vehicle information and influence every stage of the automotive lifecycle. Vehicle software is undergoing rapid evolvement to meet the demands of today’s consumer securely, including downloadable content, builtin apps, and mobile device support. The next generation of cars will require endtoend, connected solutions that integrate sensors, data processing, and overtheair updates to deploy fixes and new features. As the IoT continues to open up, so will new revenue streams – and challenges. Andrew Poliak will discuss how to provide a true endtoend automotive IoT solution and strategies for overcoming obstacles to implementing the IoT in our cars.