Days


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Monday, July 17, 2017
1:00-1:55pm
Monday - 07/17/17
Connected Home Workshop ()
Building Success in the Evolving Smart Home
CH-01
US Cellular
The smart home has been threatened by well-meaning applications that were thwarted due to lack of intelligent communication between devices. For example, utility operators began adopting smart meters without making it easy for consumer to make better choices. The smart thermostat gave the consumer more control, but without communicating with the smart meter, the potential is limited. What technologies need to interoperate for IoT companies to achieve widespread growth in the Smart Home? And what key changes do companies need to make in order to roll out successful IoT strategies?
IoT Security Certification ()
Security Overview
IOTSC-01
Axis Communications
Lots of elements go into a discussion of security, including some personal concerns about privacy. When we talk about IoT devices that are distributed and designed to report critical information, redundancy is also a major concern. What represents the framework for IoT to be secure?
  Connected Home Workshop
  IoT Security Certification
1:00-1:55pm
Monday - 07/17/17
Connected Home Workshop ()
Building Success in the Evolving Smart Home
CH-01
US Cellular
The smart home has been threatened by well-meaning applications that were thwarted due to lack of intelligent communication between devices. For example, utility operators began adopting smart meters without making it easy for consumer to make better choices. The smart thermostat gave the consumer more control, but without communicating with the smart meter, the potential is limited. What technologies need to interoperate for IoT companies to achieve widespread growth in the Smart Home? And what key changes do companies need to make in order to roll out successful IoT strategies?
IoT Security Certification ()
Security Overview
IOTSC-01
Axis Communications
Lots of elements go into a discussion of security, including some personal concerns about privacy. When we talk about IoT devices that are distributed and designed to report critical information, redundancy is also a major concern. What represents the framework for IoT to be secure?
  Connected Home Workshop
  IoT Security Certification
1:00-1:25pm
Monday - 07/17/17
IoT API Hotlist Workshop ()
Layer 3.0 Interoperabilty
API-01
The Internet has made any to any communication simple and ubiquitous. The result is that everything on the Internet gets to talk. What does that mean for applications looking to interoperate? What guidelines from layer 3 must be adhered at the application layer? Does the use of radio networks add concerns, or does TCP and UDP mask those issues? What makes a good API on top of Layer 3?
IoT Developers Workshop ()
Hands-On IoT Devices and Network Connectivity
IOTD-01
In IoT, the connection costs have far ranging implications. Choosing media, and protocols to connect IoT solutions to service providers and applications requires an understanding of the strengths and weakness of protocols such as CoAP, MQTT, XMPP, Websockets, etc. This hands on works shop looks at networking embedded sensor systems and determining the protocols and cloud frameworks that work for your implementation.
  IoT API Hotlist Workshop
  IoT Developers Workshop
1:30-1:55pm
Monday - 07/17/17
IoT API Hotlist Workshop ()
Is Uber IoT?
API-02
Roambee
Our analyst friends have a strict view of IoT that it represents connectivity to sensors and machinery, but the view as to overall connectivity is less strict. Things like cars that include driver assisted and autonomous vehicles blur the line, however. This discussion looks at APIs from the perspective of enabling better human interaction.
IoT Developers Workshop ()
Open IoT Development and Delivery with Ubuntu Core
IOTD-02
The Ubuntu operating system and its open source foundation is well understood by over 40M users represents a community support. Using Ubuntu as an IoT OS sounds great in practice but not as a full system. The Snappy Ubuntu Core is a stripped down version of Ubuntu for IoT, that isolates the OS and applications through a containerized approach to build a safe and stable multi-application environment. This hands on tutorial takes you through the modules. A hands-on tutorial will familiarize you with how Ubuntu “Snappy” strategy can take you from the edge to the cloud.
  IoT API Hotlist Workshop
  IoT Developers Workshop
2:00-2:55pm
Monday - 07/17/17
Connected Home Workshop ()
Support it Right or Die: Why what We’ve Always Done won’t Work Anymore
CH-03
Cholawsky & Gruenfeld
The best technology in the world doesn’t make a bit of difference if customers can’t understand it enough to reap the benefits or have difficulty getting it to work in the first place. Given that their attention spans aren’t what they used to be, support takes on a critical role in making sure customer keep what they’ve bought and then keep buying. How is support changing and what can you do to make sure you stay ahead of the curve?
  Connected Home Workshop
2:00-2:25pm
Monday - 07/17/17
IoT API Hotlist Workshop ()
Extracting Information from Sensors
API-03
Sometimes the sensors and modules come with their own APIs; sometimes the APIs are associated with the platform and network. This overview looks at when APIs are used and whether the goal is managing features and functions or aggregating information.
IoT Developers Workshop ()
Processing your IoT Solution
IOTD-03
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.
IoT Security Certification ()
Industrial Internet Security Concerns
IOTSC-03
The MITRE Corporation
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, outline what technical solutions can be identified, either available now or under development, to close the gaps regarding cyber security.
  IoT API Hotlist Workshop
  IoT Developers Workshop
  IoT Security Certification
2:30-2:55pm
Monday - 07/17/17
IoT API Hotlist Workshop ()
Turning IoT Data Into Revenue
API-04
Tellient
The data generated from connected devices is hugely valuable, but how do carriers, devices makers, sensor networks and app developers make money with their data? How do new business models enable IoT deployments that would not otherwise be possible? What are the technology and business components driving the adoption of the IoT and how does this relate to IoT data?
IoT Developers Workshop ()
Resources for Prototyping IoT Solutions
IOTD-04
Rapid prototyping is a way to prove or enhance your ideas or turn them into products. Whether you’re a hobbyist that wants to solve a problem or you’re developing an idea before you seek funding, our kit provides all the hardware and software you need.
IoT Security Certification ()
Make-up of an Ideal Secured IoT Device
IOTSC-04
CENTRI
The Internet of Things is bringing exciting new benefits to businesses and consumers across many different industries. It is also bringing a whole host of equally exciting, yet certainly challenging problems to solve - including security. If you are responsible for developing an IoT solution, you know it needs to be secure, but what does that mean and how do you go about achieving that security? In this session we will look at some of the key ingredients involved in securing your IoT solution from both the hardware and the software perspectives.
  IoT API Hotlist Workshop
  IoT Developers Workshop
  IoT Security Certification
3:00-3:55pm
Monday - 07/17/17
Connected Home Workshop ()
Connected Home: Fool’s Paradise
CH-06
BullGuard
More than 6.5 billion connected gadgets in homes worldwide are ultimately hackable in ways that, until recently we couldn’t imagine. It’s without a doubt that cyber-attacks are becoming both more brazen and more common. One of the more terrifying and interesting ways that hackers can perform an attack is through the backdoor of millions of connected devices from light bulbs to fridges and baby monitors. Using rapidly emerging IoT technology, hackers can take control of vast amounts of hardware to send out their malicious attacks. This session includes a live demonstration of how to secure connected devices.
  Connected Home Workshop
3:00-3:25pm
Monday - 07/17/17
IoT API Hotlist Workshop ()
Twillio in IoT
API-05
Twillio is known for its APIs that enable services like Uber and other applications, but how does Twillio move from applications to things? Is the need for APIs about the human interaction, or the connectivity among systems? This session is about how Twillio sees the market moving.
IoT Developers Workshop ()
Mobile Devices: Transmitting with and without Interruption
IOTD-05
GetWireless
IoT has unique requirements that make many cellular strategies costly. The goal is to minimize the communication while assuring that messages are communicated. This session looks at the pluses and minuses of new radio strategies and how to know that connectivity is assured.
IoT Security Certification ()
IoT Security: Core Principles and Trends
IOTSC-05
Sequitur Labs
IoT device makers face a number of choices when it comes to securing their products. Often security decisions are limited to the needs and limitations of each product. That could, over time lead to a fragmented set of technologies that need to be managed leading to higher costs. Secondly, security failures can occur at multiple points in a devices lifecycle. How does this impact device security? What are the core principles that all device OEMs must take into considerations to implement an IoT security Strategy and not just a point solution. Is there a framework that can be applied to make the right decision.
  IoT API Hotlist Workshop
  IoT Developers Workshop
  IoT Security Certification
3:30-3:55pm
Monday - 07/17/17
IoT API Hotlist Workshop ()
Giving Voice to IoT
API-06
Mera Software Services
Alexa, Cortana, Google Assistant, and Siri all represent new user experiences. They also represent command functions to control the connected home. How does voice recognition change the way the connected home is managed? Is voice recognition the platform of the future?
IoT Developers Workshop ()
Continuous Integration Testing for IoT Endpoint Integrity
IOTD-06
Parasoft
The days of closed systems are gone. These days network connectivity is a shared resource both internally and externally and that means that the system is subject to unintended consequences during implementation and beyond. This session is about simulations, implementations and managing issues such as version control. Learn how continuous integration testing can make, or break, your IoT development and deployment efforts.
IoT Security Certification ()
The Risks and Rewards of Security
IOTSC-06
The insurance industry provides a hedge for the Enterprise looking for protection. A key ingredient to the pricing of the policy is the ability to show reduction in risk. The discussion is about what makes security policies beneficial to the Enterprise.
  IoT API Hotlist Workshop
  IoT Developers Workshop
  IoT Security Certification
4:00pm
Monday - 07/17/17
Keynote Presentation ()
Keynote Presentation: The Amazon Way on IoT
K-11
Amazon Way Blog and The Amazon Way on IoT
  Keynote Presentation
4:30pm
Monday - 07/17/17
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Battle Royal
GS-01
Zimly Capital
US Cellular
Telus
Verizon Wireless
  
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
8:00am
Tuesday - 07/18/17
()
Continental Breakfast (Full conference badges required)
X-01
  
8:30-9:10am
Tuesday - 07/18/17
IoT Innovation ()
Governing the IoT Ecosystem: How Public Policy May Shape (or Thwart) Business Opportunities
INN-01
Morgan Lewis
Cholawsky & Gruenfeld
Google
In reshaping the economy and the way we live, the Internet also put pressure on regulators to act far more swiftly than they’re used to, on far more complex issues. Now the Internet of Things is increasing that burden and complexity even further. How must public policy evolved as the IoT affords not just new opportunities but new threats? How can the industry provide substantive guidance to Congress and other governing bodies? What initiatives are already under way or being actively contemplated?
IoT Smart City ()
IoT Strategies for Smart Water
SC-01
Libelium
Humans are made up of mostly water, as is the surface of the earth. And yet, we have a tendency to take water for granted. Managing water for farming, storing it in dams and using it for recreation all are dependent on supply. How do you manage water effectively using IoT?
  IoT Innovation
  IoT Smart City
9:15-9:55am
Tuesday - 07/18/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics ()
The New Internet is Here. Are You Ready?
BIA-01
The Internet is evolving from the experimental network we all know into a new and diverse ecosystem of connected devices and objects that will make up the Internet of Things. The demand for address space for the IoT is only growing, but back in 2015 the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), the nonprofit organization manages the regional pool of Internet number resources, ran out of IPv4 addresses. With no more IPv4 addresses to distribute, all IoT companies must incorporate support for IPv4’s successor protocol, IPv6, that provides more than 340 undecillion (340 trillion trillion trillon) IP addresses. John Curran, President and CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) will explain why the runout of IPv4 addresses in our region makes it essential that businesses, both large and small, begin to implement IPv6 as soon as possible.
IoT Innovation ()
NB-IoT: Complimentary to the Here and Now?
INN-02
Telus
Verizon Wireless
Narrowband IoT promises to make the existing network capabilities and make them better for low power requirements from IoT. Does NB-IoT represent an internal competitive strategy to the wireless operators use of CAT M1 solutions? How do these strategies fit together? Is there an aspect of the use of NB-IoT modules that make the cost benefits tip for the Enterprise?
IoT Enterprise Operations ()
How to Use Market Research to Optimize Your IoT Strategy
IOTE-01
James Brehm & Associates
USAA
IoT changes problems into opportunities. How do you know if you have optimized the opportunity? The answer is by gathering and analyzing primary research on the problems the possible outcomes and the ideal solutions. This discussion is about how to perform the research and find the risks and benefits.
IoT Smart City ()
Big Data, Smart Cities & Private Citizens
SC-02
Terbine
We see all the news about smart cities and its clear that the development will be a partnership between public and private. How does this impact the opportunity for data analytics? Should cities look for revenue from their sharing information? Should citizens be concerned about privacy? What is the value of big data from smart cities?
  IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics
  IoT Innovation
  IoT Enterprise Operations
  IoT Smart City
10:00am
Tuesday - 07/18/17
Special Panel Discussion ()
Analyze This
GS-02
James Brehm
James Brehm & Associates
Carl Ford
Crossfire Media
Steve Brumer
151 Advisors
John Feland
Argus Insights
  Special Panel Discussion
11:00am
Tuesday - 07/18/17
Keynote Presentation ()
Keynote Presentation by Cradlepoint
K-01
George Mulhern
Cradlepoint
  Keynote Presentation
11:30am
Tuesday - 07/18/17
Keynote Presentation ()
Keynote Presentation by CEO Advisory Partners: Knowing Makes You Smart…Doing Makes You Successful!
K-02
Henry Mittelman
CEO Advisory Partners, LLC
If you’re like most people you have been trained from childhood, on through your education and business experiences, that the more knowledge you have the more successful you will be. Well, that’s a MYTH. From my thirty years of business experience, I can tell you that I’ve seen hundreds of really smart knowledgeable business leaders fail miserably. Knowledge and resources are a prerequisite for starting a business. However, more often than not, the successful business leaders were the ones who had the rare ability to maintain a razor-sharp focus on their goals, and accomplish the right things—the most important things—day after day after day. In this 30 minute Keynote, Henry Mittelman, a leading performance improvement expert, business coach/advisor, and best selling author, will share with you three simple ways to change the trajectory of your business. So whether you’re a business owner, entrepreneur, middle manager, or the CEO of a multimillion-dollar corporation, these three simple changes to the way you manage yourself and your business will work for you, and make you dramatically more effective.
  Keynote Presentation
12:00pm
Tuesday - 07/18/17
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Conference Luncheon - Featuring Keynote by USAA (Full conference badges required for meal)
X-02
  
1:00-1:50pm
Tuesday - 07/18/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics ()
From Edge to Core: Capture, Analyze, Store and Monetize Big Data
BIA-02
Western Digital Corporation
50 billion connected devices, with an average of 3.5 devices per person, are estimated to generate 40ZB of data by 2020. This trend will continue to drive demand for bigger capacity and more computing power with lower power consumption in smaller form factors for future applications. This session looks at the blending of big data with edge and fog computing systems. Panelists will explore strategies for managing the skyrocketing amount of data that is being generated in the industrial IoT to make information, useful, timelyand available for business intelligence and analytics. This will include different types of data needed for certain application cases, and on-premise storage vs data in the cloud, to provide actionable insights.
Industrial IoT Conference ()
The IIC Frameworks, Guidance and Implementation through the Testbeds
IIC-01
ST Microelectronics
Oracle
Testbeds are a major focus and activity of IIC’s members and helps to quickly validate reference solutions in a collaborative manner. IIC’s Testbed Working Group accelerates the creation of testbeds by providing a framework, for architectural and security best practices. These symbolize the innovation and opportunities of the Industrial Internet to its members. Listen from the panelists about their first hand experiences. Learn how to become part of new or existing testbeds.
IoT Innovation ()
IoT and New Product/Service Development
INN-03
Wind River
Anaren
Mobelisk Technology
One of the biggest benefits of IoT is that fact that it turns any standalone product into something with supplemental services. How does that impact product strategies? Are companies differentiating on services? Embedding into product costs? Extending the life cycle of existing solutions? This panel discusses the impact of IoT on product life cycle management.
IoT Enterprise Operations ()
Remote Monitoring and Management
IOTE-02
Numerex
Oomnitza
Nokia
The bread and butter of IoT is in the monitoring and management of systems from factory floor to remote field operations. The continued expansion of the Internet’s reach, combined with better solutions, has expanded the industry’s role in Remote Monitoring and Management. This panel discusses how IoT continues to improve the ability to provision, monitor and maintain field operations in a variety of industries including construction, farm and oil and gas.
IoT Smart City ()
Smart City Planning
SC-03
IoT for Smart Cities can include everything from Municipal Wi-Fi to smart metering. At its heart Smart City is about making investments for a better future for the citizens, the businesses and the municipality. This panel is a discussion about prioritization between low hanging fruit and more advanced IoT solutions available for Smart Cities.
  IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics
  Industrial IoT Conference
  IoT Innovation
  IoT Enterprise Operations
  IoT Smart City
1:00-1:25pm
Tuesday - 07/18/17
IoT in the Channel ()
Introduction to Channel Management
IOTC-01
151 Advisors
The Internet has certainly accelerated everyones go to market strategy, but there are still customers, products and solutions that need to be managed by people and not just the web. This session looks at the pluses and minuses of go to market opportunities and how to segment opportunities to maximize revenue and minimize cost.
  IoT in the Channel
1:30-1:55pm
Tuesday - 07/18/17
IoT in the Channel ()
The Future of Channels with the Internet & Things
IOTC-02
Amazon made a thing to allow customers to press a button and order more products. Amazon also has been a primary partner to delivering IoT connectivity to applications and services on the Internet. What are we learning about the future of marketing IoT solutions from one of the largest companies on the planet.
  IoT in the Channel
2:00-2:50pm
Tuesday - 07/18/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics ()
IoT Analytics: On-Ramp to the Internet of Things
BIA-03
Tellient
Before we called it IoT and M2M, we had various closed systems that enabled reporting and system evaluations. As IoT deployments become better networked, do the analytics measure new opportunities for IoT to be deployed? Hear about the analytics that will make IoT valuable.
Industrial IoT Conference ()
Testbeds and the Application of the IIC Frameworks
IIC-08
Industrial Internet Consortium
Oracle
Industrial Internet solutions requires an architecture, security and connectivity framework that can handle industrial-grade computing needs. This session will provide an overview of the Industrial Internet Consortium’s approach to solve these problems. We will look at Industrial Internet Reference Architecture (IIRA) as the foundation layer. A deep dive into the architecture patterns, will help to develop a deeper understanding of IIRA. We will look at how IIC Testbed’s help to stress test the IIRA as reference solutions are built for industry verticals like aviation, manufacturing and retail. Finally, this session will provide an overview of the security and connectivity frameworks for Industrial Internet solutions.
IoT Innovation ()
Why DIY is DOA for IoT
INN-04
CENTRI
Gemalto
Covisint
Securing IoT is unlike any other computing scenario we’ve secured in the past. Like icing on a cake, nearly all previous security solutions have been ‘layered’ on top of the device. This approach to secure IoT simply is not possible. For IoT, security needs to be in the cake batter… before the cake is baked. The critical importance of IoT in today’s IT infrastructure has passed the threshold of tolerance for using open source or DIY solutions. Most organizations need complete, flexible, commercial solutions including management (GUI), reporting and analytics…and designed to be ‘in the cake batter’ and not layered on.
IoT Enterprise Operations ()
Asset Management
IOTE-03
Siren Marine, Inc
Inmarsat
ZOHO Corporation
Crimes of convenience can occur because things of value are neglected. IoT can be used to determine the position of systems and to monitor assets with geofencing and thereby reduce the opportunity for theft. This session talks about the practical aspects of using asset management to protect corporate inventory as well as business and institutional property.
IoT Smart City ()
New Insurance Business Models
SC-04
Swiss Re Management (US) Corporation
Kollabio, Inc.
PWC
IoT changes the opportunities to report and monitor risk factors in a number of situations from security to worker’s compensation. This discussion will be about IoT’s impact on insurance models and also the way that IoT’s benefits can evolve when insurance companies look at this opportunity to guide Enterprise investments.
  IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics
  Industrial IoT Conference
  IoT Innovation
  IoT Enterprise Operations
  IoT Smart City
2:00-2:25pm
Tuesday - 07/18/17
IoT in the Channel ()
Managing and Ecosystem of Partners and Competitors
IOTC-03
Get Wireless
Its unusual for a customer to only have one brand for their cars, appliances, etc. When it comes to the Internet of things best of breed solutions often require support services from distributors to support their partners. This session about how distributors work to bring complete solutions and support their ecosystem.
  IoT in the Channel
2:30-2:55pm
Tuesday - 07/18/17
IoT in the Channel ()
The Global Market: World Wide Channel Strategies
IOTC-04
It's been said that thanks to the Internet, every Enterprise is an international supplier. This session looks at the ways companies can reach the world and still manage and maintain the integrity of their IoT solutions.
  IoT in the Channel
3:00pm
Tuesday - 07/18/17
Keynote Presentation ()
Keynote Presentation by Industrial Internet Consortium: Evolution of IoT - Preparing for Change
K-03
Stephen Mellor
Industrial Internet Consortium
The fundamental technological trends presently are more connectivity across sectors and more capability to analyze large quantities of data cheaply. But no one knows where those technological trends will take us, so we need to prepare for change. To prepare for this evolution, we must have strategies in multiple areas, at least: Security for everything - Innovation and funding - Learning, deployment and competitiveness.
  Keynote Presentation
3:30pm
Tuesday - 07/18/17
Keynote Presentation ()
Keynote Presentation by Akamai
K-04
Kris Alexander
Akamai Technologies
  Keynote Presentation
4:00pm
Tuesday - 07/18/17
Special Panel Discussion ()
Money Matters
GS-03
James Brehm
James Brehm & Associates
Michael Lenoce
MVP Capital
Michael Crawford
Q Advisors LLC
James Turino
Drakestar
Mike Walkley
Canaccord Genuity Research
Adam Tilow
Woodside Capital
  Special Panel Discussion
5:00-7:00pm
Tuesday - 07/18/17
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IoT Evolution Expo Hall Grand Opening Reception
X-03
  
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
8:00am
Wednesday - 07/19/17
()
Continental Breakfast (Full conference badges required)
X-04
  
8:30-9:20am
Wednesday - 07/19/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics ()
Managing Massive Data: The Great Challenge
BIA-04
IBM
In the old days, we used to field various closed systems to enable reporting and local system management. Now, however, we are facing massive amounts of data being delivered in various formats. Streams and lakes of data are being gathered, but insight can still be elusive. How do IoT systems increase business intelligence in the enterprise?
Industrial IoT Conference ()
Augmenting Business Intelligence at the Edge
IIC-02
TIBCO Software
AI and machine learning are unlocking unprecedented business value from IIoT sensor data. The cycle of exploratory visual analytics, numerical encoding and embedded rules/models enables real-time surveillance and statistical process control. In combination with digital twins, this cycle supports understanding and fine tuning on software representations of physical assets. Combining sensor data with visual analytics tools lets operators see patterns of equipment productivity, degradation and stoppages. The embedding of numerical models encoding such patterns enables continuous surveillance, decision support and automated interventions when degradation is detected. Such technologies are augmenting business intelligence at the edge, driving operational efficiency and ROI.
IoT Innovation ()
IoT Consumer Creep: When Does it Hit Enterprises
INN-05
Mobelisk Technology
Ayla Networks
Meshify
In general, consumer products are designed to be cheap and readily available, while business systems are often custom and specialized. However, consumer solutions are often evolving and represent an innovator’s dilemma. Where are consumer solutions being used innovatively and where should we expect the Enterprise to buy off the shelf IoT?
IoT Enterprise Operations ()
Oil and Gas: Pipelines and Drills Get IoT
IOTE-04
Oil and Gas have become a revolving door of checks and balances based on supply and demand. The result is that drilling strategies are constantly being evaluated based on the dollars and cents of further development. This panel talks about the use of IoT in managing production, delivery and development.
IoT Smart City ()
Enabling a Smart Workforce
SC-05
Cypress Semiconductor
Aware360
FieldLogix
We talk about Smart Cities, smart homes, and even smart buildings, but it seems that the use of smart workers gets ignored. Using IoT makes it possible for the employee’s work to be better engaged, instructed and managed. This panel looks at where IoT changes jobs.
  IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics
  Industrial IoT Conference
  IoT Innovation
  IoT Enterprise Operations
  IoT Smart City
9:30-10:20am
Wednesday - 07/19/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics ()
Fog Computing and Edge Processing
BIA-05
CradlePoint
Xaptum
While the Cloud promises economies of scale and vast resources, many enterprises are recognizing the need for computing resources at the point where processing can have the most impact. Edge and Fog Computing are paradigms that seek to maximize performance by keeping the information where its most valued – at the edge.
Industrial IoT Conference ()
Trustworthiness and Endpoint Security in the IIoT
IIC-03
Wibu-Systems USA
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.
IoT Innovation ()
MVNOs and The Enterprise: The Global View
INN-06
Alex Brisbourne, President and COO of Kore, has said that every Enterprise, no matter how big or small, is a global company these days. Suppliers and customers are worldwide and that means that keeping connected with IoT allows for enhanced customer services. How can Enterprises use MNVOs to improve their experiences?
IoT Enterprise Operations ()
IoT Gateway Solutions
IOTE-05
Systech Corporation
Virtium Solid State Storage and Memory
IoT platforms represent interfaces and middleware that control sensors and relay information, but before the platform does its work, gateways must act as aggregation points. This session is about IoT gateways and their role as both aggregation points and platforms.
IoT Smart City ()
Transportation and Fleet Services
SC-06
Blue Sky Network
Tourmaline Labs
US Cellular
Electronic Logs, load management and semi-autonomous vehicles make Fleet Management solutions one of the key innovative areas in which the IoT can evolve and impact business opportunities. This session looks at where Fleet management is heading and what the impact can be on supply chain management.
  IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics
  Industrial IoT Conference
  IoT Innovation
  IoT Enterprise Operations
  IoT Smart City
10:30am
Wednesday - 07/19/17
Keynote Presentation ()
Keynote Presentation by Stanley Black & Decker
K-05
  Keynote Presentation
11:00am
Wednesday - 07/19/17
Keynote Presentation ()
Keynote Presentation by Thomson Reuters Innovation
K-06
Jennifer Singh
Thomson Reuters
  Keynote Presentation
11:30am-4:00pm
Wednesday - 07/19/17
()
IoT Evolution Expo Hall Open
X-05
  
12:00pm
Wednesday - 07/19/17
()
Lunch Provided (Full conference badges required)
X-06
  
1:30-2:15pm
Wednesday - 07/19/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics ()
Real Time Big Data: Managing the IoT Streams
BIA-06
When it comes to IoT, Big Data becomes a different animal. Parsing data information from resources that are designed to minimize traffic while maximizing information puts the pressure on back end systems to aggregate and analyze the traffic from multiple sources to determine and distinguish between a device failure and a system failure. This panel discusses what needs to be done to maximize the information in real time.
Industrial IoT Conference ()
Securing the IIoT
IIC-04
Infineon and Trusted Computing Group
Mocana
Industrial IoT can deliver dramatic improvements in flexibility, efficiency, and reliability but these advances can be undermined by weak security. Come hear experts in the field describe best practices for Industrial IoT Security, using the Industrial Internet Security Framework as the basis.
IoT Innovation ()
Building IoT Platforms for Third Party Use
INN-07
Aeris
Anaren, Inc.
Sierra Wireless
These days it’s entirely likely you belong to many ecosystems, including your CRM and cloud services. The result is that platforms are being built with APIs that enable partnerships and ecosystems to evolve on top of initial IoT solutions. This panel discusses how enabling third party increases opportunity.
IoT Enterprise Operations ()
IoT Agriculture
IOTE-06
SensorInsight, LLC
InField Group
AizoOn US
Libelium
To everything there is a season, and on the farm there is an IoT solution, too. Whether you are using sensors to optimize crop production or managing the biomass of harvesting, this session looks at how farming is being optimized by IoT.
IoT Smart City ()
Enhanced Supply Chain Management
SC-07
ORBCOMM
Decisiv
Roambee
Goods and Services require a constant monitoring of supply and distribution. IoT is made up of solutions that impact production and inventory in a variety of ways. This panel looks at how time management has been enhanced by IoT’s ability to monitor and manage things on the Internet.
  IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics
  Industrial IoT Conference
  IoT Innovation
  IoT Enterprise Operations
  IoT Smart City
2:30-3:15pm
Wednesday - 07/19/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics ()
Integrating the IoT into Enterprise IT Architecture
BIA-07
Bsquare Corporation
Verizon Wireless
The diversity of Internet of Things technologies and products allows Enterprises to leverage and extend legacy enterprise architecture efforts to increase business value by integrating the Internet of Things into their existing information architectures and management environments. This session looks at the complexity of current enterprise architectures and integration of the business intelligence from IoT.
Industrial IoT Conference ()
How the IIC's Connectivity Framework Guides IIoT Connectivity Selection
IIC-05
Industrial Internet Consortium
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. In this session, Dr. Rajive Joshi, co-chair of the IIC Connectivity Task Group will discuss the significance of the IICF in accelerating IoT development and will provide an analysis of current standards.
IoT Innovation ()
Low Power Wide Area Networks; LoRa, RPMA, Sigfox
INN-08
Ingenu
Senet
Meshify
There are so many strategies to support IoT connectivity, and yet LTE with CAT M1 and NB providers are claiming they are the answer to these problems. Is the issue one of economies of scale or ubiquity of coverage to total cost of ownership? We invite this panel to speak from the perspective of the Enterprise requirements and how they select their solutions.
IoT Enterprise Operations ()
Tanks Cisterns and Liquid Management
IOTE-07
Water towers, boilers, refineries and tankers all need sensors to gauge levels, monitor temperature and pressure. This discussion looks at IoT’s role in managing liquid storage solutions.
IoT Smart City ()
Autonomous Autos and New Transportation Models
SC-08
Cypress Semiconductor
What is driving the auto industry to autonomy? Is it the improvement of software and technology? Specific customers, like Uber? The insurance benefits of reducing risk by using IoT? This panel looks at what is driving this trend, who is making autonomous vehicles and what markets they are penetrating.
  IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics
  Industrial IoT Conference
  IoT Innovation
  IoT Enterprise Operations
  IoT Smart City
3:15pm
Wednesday - 07/19/17
()
Refreshment Break in Expo Hall
X-07
  
4:00pm
Wednesday - 07/19/17
Keynote Presentation ()
Keynote Presentation by Ingenu
K-07
John Horn
Ingenu
  Keynote Presentation
4:30pm
Wednesday - 07/19/17
Keynote Presentation ()
Keynote Presentation by Verizon
K-08
Mary Beth Hall
Verizon Wireless
  Keynote Presentation
5:00pm
Wednesday - 07/19/17
Special Panel Discussion ()
IoT Security Strategies Mastering the Zones of Trust
GS-04
Vicki Barbur
The MITRE Corporation
Kent Woodruff
CradlePoint
Grant Asplund
CENTRI
May Wang
ZingBox
When it comes to IoT the news indicates that security breaches go undetected to the point where it’s stalled IoT deployments. This panel shares their experiences with including the Internet of Things in their security plans and how IoT should be seen as a part of the entire organization's security system. Issues such as Addressing, Detection, Encryption, and Networking are on the table as we extend the zone of trust.
  Special Panel Discussion
8:00pm
Wednesday - 07/19/17
()
IoT Evolution's Famous Conference Party on Las Vegas Strip
X-08
  
Thursday, July 20, 2017
8:30am
Thursday - 07/20/17
()
Continental Breakfast (Full conference badges required)
X-09
  
9:00-9:25am
Thursday - 07/20/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics ()
Business Analytics, predictive and prescriptive Analytics
BIA-08
What can you stop before it happens? What can you do to ensure connectivity in case of failure? Beyond the reporting of information, how can IoT be used to identify patterns and problems before they arise? This panel discusses the use of IoT analytics beyond the simple executions for reporting and monitoring.
Industrial IoT Conference ()
The Future and Security of IoT Payment via Blockchain and Bitcoin Technology
IIC-06
The why of Bitcoin, there was a need for transferring ownership without the need for a middleman. The use of a blockchain is immutable, provides open access and innovation. What is is good for? Micropayments, payments by the unbanked, it keeps a record of all the transactions. It protects against money laundering and transaction manipulation. It is a decentralized system and transaction fees are a fraction of current system and is paid to miners handling the transactions. Future is sending money, contracts, patents, assets in a secure fashion. Why security is important for conducting all forms of payment through internet transactions.
IoT Enterprise Operations ()
What's Up with these CATS?
IOTE-08
Gemalto
The specifications for wireless have been adopting new standards for IoT devices that optimize the range and reduce the power consumption. These standards are now being rolled out in service provider’s networks. How do these new solutions impact Enterprise roll out plans.
  IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics
  Industrial IoT Conference
  IoT Enterprise Operations
9:30-9:55am
Thursday - 07/20/17
Industrial IoT Conference ()
Delivering MulteFire Connectivity for Industrial IoT
IIC-07
MulteFire is delivering a new way to wireless. MulteFire is an LTE-based small cell technology that operates standalone in unlicensed and shared spectrum – delivering LTE-like-performance with Wi-Fi-like deployment simplicity. By removing the requirement to own licensed spectrum to deploy LTE technology, MulteFire broadens the LTE ecosystem to industrial IoT, enterprises, venues and more. Attendees at this session will learn how MulteFire allows anyone to deploy and operate their own private or neutral host MulteFire network. They will gain an understanding of how an industrial IoT environment will benefit by deploying a MulteFire network.
IoT Enterprise Operations ()
IoT on the Shop Floor
IOTE-09
AizoOn US
One key parameter for manufacturing organizations is Overall Efficiency Equipment (OEE), which measures how effectively operations are running producing, storing and distributing goods. OEE can be tracked manually, as originally happened in Japanese factories, but most often nowadays this parameter is managed via Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES/MOM). These IT systems rely on data flowing from PLCs and SCADA scattered around the factory. This session provides evidence of how several important physical variables (temperature, humidity, air flow, vibrations, etc) are rarely gathered by existing infrastructure, and how the correct integration of Sensors' data into PLC's data flow is most important to gain the appropriate picture of the plant real operational effectiveness.
  IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics
  Industrial IoT Conference
  IoT Enterprise Operations
10:00am-1:00pm
Thursday - 07/20/17
()
IoT Evolution Expo Hall Open
X-10
  
10:15am
Thursday - 07/20/17
Keynote Presentation ()
Keynote Presentation by RSA Security
K-09
  Keynote Presentation
10:45am
Thursday - 07/20/17
Keynote Presentation ()
Keynote Presentation: Getting Clarity on Fog Computing
K-10
OpenFog Consortium / Cisco Systems
  Keynote Presentation
11:15am
Thursday - 07/20/17
Special Panel Discussion ()
Closing Panel Discussion
GS-05
  Special Panel Discussion

 

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