Connected Home Conference
Facilities Management: Making the Cost Center a Buyers Market
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
Usage Based Insurance Strategies
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
Beyond the Dashboard: Business Processes and IoT Data
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
Decaffeinating Java for IoT: Removing the Limitations of Object-oriented Embedded Programming
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
Industry 4.0: IoT and Manufacturing
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
Oil and Gas: Pirates and Protection
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.