Agenda


Interested in presenting at IoT Developers Conference 2015? Complete the speaker submission form today.


PRINT FRIENDLY
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
8:15am
Wednesday - 1/28/15
  BONUS ITEXPO KEYNOTE - ROOM B217
Keynote Presentation by IBM
K-08
CTO Cloud Computing for US Market
IBM
9:00am
Wednesday - 1/28/15
  IoT DEVELOPER - ROOM B116/117
Using Open Source for IOT
IOTD-01
VP of Marketing and Ecosystem
Eclipse Foundation
Open source software is used to run the Internet. Linux and Apache are two key technologies that have enabled the Internet and a huge ecosystem of developers building amazing web and enterprise applications. For the Internet of Things to be successful there needs to be a core set of open source software building blocks that will be used to build IoT solutions. In this session, we will look at the Eclipse IoT open source community and how the different projects can be used by developers to build amazing IoT solutions. This session will introduce the technology required to connect and manage devices through open standards like MQTT, CoAP, LWM2M and common services for IoT gateways.
10:00am
Wednesday - 1/28/15
  IoT DEVELOPER - ROOM B116/117
Java Embedded
IOTD-02
Software Developer
Eurotech
Java brings security and maintenance abilities that extend the life of all sorts of things. Industrial Internet companies need to know their manufacturing is producing. Using Java for IoT machines reduces the risk of obsolescence and at the same time enables constant monitoring and control.
11:00am
Wednesday - 1/28/15
  IoT DEVELOPER - ROOM B116/117
Gaining Insight with RESTful Interfaces
IOTD-03
President & General Manager
Ingenu
The web enables all sorts of distributed capabilities and the use of Restful APIs makes devices addressable. Learn how companies are developing using the World Wide Web as the ultimate platform.
12:00pm
Wednesday - 1/28/15
  IoT DEVELOPER - ROOM B116/117
Open Hardware: Arduinos, Gigabones, Raspberry Pi
IOTD-04
Chief Innovator, Office of the CTO, Digi International
Digi International
CTO
Telit
While the maker movement has adopted these devices to enable all sorts of ideas, the reality is they are great test beds to get to real products. Learn how the concept “cradle to real product” happens and what role these tools play in the mix.
12:45pm
Wednesday - 1/28/15
  
Keynote Luncheon - Featuring Presentation by ILS/Telit
X-02
CEO, IoT Platforms
Telit
1:30pm
Wednesday - 1/28/15
  IoT DEVELOPER - ROOM B116/117
MQTT: Scaling for Success
IOTD-05
Director, Product Management
B&B SmartWorx
The Internet is wide open for all sorts of traffic, both good and bad. Finding solutions that deliver messages quickly and reliably is why MQTT was developed. Since its inception its adoption has been about scale and speed. Learn where MQTT is deployed and why many companies have chosen it as the transport for IOT Data Traffic.
2:30pm
Wednesday - 1/28/15
  IoT DEVELOPER - ROOM B116/117
CoAP: The Invisible Connector
IOTD-06
Sr Design & Development Engineer and Technical Lead
Zebra Technologies
The internet is ever evolving, moving and shifting and the advent of IoT is a game changer. From human driven content to object drivent content, plaforms are changing to allow a new breed of publisher to interact very efficiently. We are moving away from powerful machines with sporadic limited content to billions of device publishing data at lightning speeds. This calls for new paradigms and new ways to transport and organize data. While the old models of today still apply, they simply do not scale and will need to evolve and make way for the more efficient and natural experiences of tomorrow. Enter CoAP and LWM2M. CoAp (Constrained Application Protocol) is an application layer and LWM2M (Lightweight M2M) is a device management standard and both are built with scalability of the IoT in mind. From small disposable devices to large scale operations, they redefine how devices interact and how their data is managed. They also have a small foot print with low levels of entry power requirements that ultimately allow everything to interconnect.This presents the basics of CoAP as a Layer 7 and LWM2M as a device management standard for this new space and describes how they are built on the main pillars of the IoT: interoprability, interconnectivty, responsiveness and ownership.
3:30pm
Wednesday - 1/28/15
  BONUS ITEXPO KEYNOTE - ROOM B217
Keynote Presentation by Oracle
K-03
Enterprise Architect
Oracle
4:00pm
Wednesday - 1/28/15
  BONUS M2M EVOLUTION PANEL - ROOM B118
Panel Session: MEMS and Sensor Trends and Challenges to Scale the Mobile Health Industry
GS-01
Principal Analyst
Machina Research
FreeScale Semiconductor
Executive Director
MEMS Industry Group
Draper Laboratory
VP, Head of Marketing
Essence
MEMS and sensors are experiencing rapid growth in consumer electronic devices such as smartphones and tablets and are now coming to more wearable, handheld and IOT health devices near you. From basic pedometers and sleep analysis functions over the past few years to more medical related functionality such as heart rate, blood glucose, stress, COPD, and more today. The MEMS and sensor supply chain is adapting to keep up with these changes by providing new, smaller size, lower power biosensors, but will that be enough to keep pace with the rising demand? This panel will provide an overview of theMEMS and sensor ecosystem to highlight where sensors and biosensors are heading today and tomorrow, with specific focus on the healthcare opportunities. Each panelist will share their views on the challenges facing the mobile health industry to smoothly adopt these new technologies and offer advice on how the industry can collaborate to realize the potential that these devices can bring to our lives.
5:00-7:30pm
Wednesday - 1/28/15
  
M2M/IoT Exhibit Hall Grand Opening & Reception
X-03
Thursday, January 29, 2015
8:15-8:45am
Thursday - 1/29/15
  SPECIAL BREAKFAST SESSION - Room B217
Keynote Panel: Integrating M2M and VoIP
GS-02
Solution Sales
Microsoft Latin America
Multinationals America Business Unit
Telefónica Global
Presidemt
PLC International
President
Xmartek
President
HiperPBX
President
Cisco
9:00am
Thursday - 1/29/15
  BONUS M2M EVOLUTION KEYNOTE - ROOM B121
Keynote Presentation by B&B Electronics
M2MK-01
Director, Product Management
B&B SmartWorx
9:30am
Thursday - 1/29/15
  BONUS M2M EVOLUTION KEYNOTE - ROOM B121
Keynote Presentation by Vitria
M2MK-02
CTO & Co-Founder
Vitria Technology
10:00am
Thursday - 1/29/15
  BONUS ITEXPO KEYNOTE - ROOM B217
Keynote Presentation by HP
K-04
CTO, Printing & Personal Systems
Hewlett-Packard
10:30am
Thursday - 1/29/15
  BONUS ITEXPO KEYNOTE - ROOM B217
Keynote Presentation by Intel Security
K-05
Chief Consumer Security Evangelist
McAfee
11:00am-4:00pm
Thursday - 1/29/15
  
M2M/IoT Developers Exhibit Hall Open
X-05
12:00pm
Thursday - 1/29/15
  
Lunch
X-06
1:00pm
Thursday - 1/29/15
  IoT DEVELOPER - ROOM B116/117
Security Unintended Consequences: The Backdoor of Embedded Devices
IOTD-08
Senior Partner
RMAC Technology Partners
You know you write great code, you put it to work, but do you know that your code is safe? You probably feel safe from SQL Injections, DOS attacks and other reboot strategies, but what is the backdoor you did not know existed? How do you lock down and know you have it right? This session is for the coder who knows that security as an afterthought is unacceptable.
2:00pm
Thursday - 1/29/15
  IoT DEVELOPER - ROOM B116/117
Moving from SCADA to the Internet of Things
IOTD-09
Director, Product Management
B&B SmartWorx
Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems have been steadily evolving for a long time, and new technologies have always provided new capabilities. Fahrion will explain why the industrial “Internet of Things” will be more than just a series of upgrades to existing technology, and why it represents a radical departure from the past. Today, most business analytics can only describe what has happened and why. Internet of Things technologies will move past descriptive analytics to predictive analytics, and then to prescriptive analytics that combine structured and unstructured data sets, derive meaning from them, and recommend specific courses of action.
3:00pm
Thursday - 1/29/15
  IoT DEVELOPER - ROOM B116/117
Enabling the Hackathon
IOTD-10
Founder, RIoT and General Manager
Wireless Research Center of North Carolina
We have all experienced hackathons, some are good, some are great. Some give us new opportunities and some give us new lessons. What makes up a good hackathon, other than prize monies? Should we expect that hackathons are going to be standard ways for jump starting projects or will they fade out as a fad due to lack of residual effects. This panel explores the lessons learned.
4:15pm
Thursday - 1/29/15
  BONUS M2M EVOLUTION KEYNOTE - ROOM B118
Keynote Presentation by Sprint
K-09
Senior Director, IoT Platforms, Product and Marketing
Sprint
5:00pm
Thursday - 1/29/15
  BONUS M2M EVOLUTION KEYNOTE - ROOM B118
The Sense to Invest: IoT Money Round Table
M2M-16
Founder and Chief Technology Evangelist
James Brehm & Associates
Principal
The Stephens Group, LLC
Managing Director, Head of Communications Investment Banking
Needham & Company
Managing Director
MVP Capital