IoT Evolution Expo Begins in

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Tuesday, January 29, 2019
1:00pm
Tuesday - 1/29/19
IoT Blockchain Workshop (Grand Hall D)
Welcome, Speaker Introductions, Attendee Introductions
IBC-01
President & COO Centri Technology
IoT@Edge Workshop (Grand Hall F)
Who is in Control? Fog vs. Edge
IE-01
OpenFog Consortium
Where does processing occur? The cloud is drawn by thousands of network architects, but when it comes to managing real-time mission critical information, closer is better. The question then becomes how autonomous is the decision and is it using AI to analyze other resources? This panel looks at architectures and the where and when of aggregating data.
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  IoT Blockchain Workshop
  IoT@Edge Workshop
1:30pm
Tuesday - 1/29/19
IoT Blockchain Workshop (Grand Hall D)
Blockchain for IoT 101: A High-Level View
IBC-02
President & COO Centri Technology
IoT@Edge Workshop (Grand Hall F)
Fogonomics
IE-02
Senior Director for Technology and Industry Development Huawei Technologies (USA)
Where are the benefits and value in Fog Computing models? Efficiency and effectiveness are key drivers and this session is about the value that Fog brings to Industrial IoT.
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  IoT Blockchain Workshop
  IoT@Edge Workshop
1:45pm
Tuesday - 1/29/19
IoT Blockchain Workshop (Grand Hall D)
Enterprise Blockchain: Permissioned by Design
IBC-03
Co Founder & CEO Windmill Enterprise
  IoT Blockchain Workshop
2:00pm
Tuesday - 1/29/19
IoT Blockchain Workshop (Grand Hall D)
Case Study 1: Blockchain in Smart City & Smart Region Deployments Including Smart Grid
IBC-04
Founder Smart City Works Vice President Dispersive Technologies, Inc.
IoT@Edge Workshop (Grand Hall F)
No Time But the Present: AI
IE-03
President and CEO Machineshop
Immediate, real-time information is the key to success with Artificial Intelligence. How do you assure speed, accuracy and execution? This session looks at AI and specific use cases based on experience in the field.
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  IoT Blockchain Workshop
  IoT@Edge Workshop
2:15pm
Tuesday - 1/29/19
IoT Blockchain Workshop (Grand Hall D)
Case Study 2: Blockchain: Expanding the Value of Connected Cars
IBC-05
Principal Analyst and Consultant neXt Curve
  IoT Blockchain Workshop
2:30pm
Tuesday - 1/29/19
IoT Blockchain Workshop (Grand Hall D)
Case Study 3: Blockchain in the Energy Markets; Using Certificates to Secure and Manage Smart Meters
IBC-06
Director of Product Management, IoT Solutions GlobalSign
IoT@Edge Workshop (Grand Hall F)
Use Cases at the Edge
IE-04
What is it about getting closer to the sensors that benefits the solutions? How does real-time information enable AI and other applications. This session examines the value of putting Intelligence at the edge.
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  IoT Blockchain Workshop
  IoT@Edge Workshop
2:45pm
Tuesday - 1/29/19
IoT Blockchain Workshop (Grand Hall D)
Case Study 4: Blockchain for Advanced Manufacturing Enabled by IoT
IBC-07
  IoT Blockchain Workshop
3:00pm
Tuesday - 1/29/19
IoT@Edge Workshop (Grand Hall F)
Edge Computing: Remotely Acting on Mission-Critical Decisions in the Field
IE-05
Adj. Professor EKATRA IoT Distinguished Engineer and IoT Platform Development Team Lead for Dell Technologies’ IoT Solution Di Dell Technologies
Flexibility and interoperability in the field of IoT software is a paramount objective. The mix of platforms, “things”, applications, intelligence, etc. which are connected in an IoT deployment is extensive. And it’s still growing. How do you create a software platform that connects to a variety of old & new, greenfield and brownfield devices and sensors, allows the incorporation of various edge analytics, communicates to a diverse set of cloud and enterprise platforms like Azure IoT Hub, Google IoT Core, AWS IoT? The solution, as exhibited by the EdgeX Foundry (an open source, vendor neutral IoT platform hosted by the Linux Foundation), is to use a microservice architecture. In this session, learn about EdgeX Foundry, how it works, and see how its microservices architecture can help.
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  IoT Blockchain Workshop
  IoT@Edge Workshop
3:15pm
Tuesday - 1/29/19
IoT Blockchain Workshop (Grand Hall D)
IoT Blockchain for Programmers: Platforms, Tools and Architectures: Use Case, IBM
IBC-08
General Manager, IBM Blockchain Services IBM
  IoT Blockchain Workshop
3:30pm
Tuesday - 1/29/19
IoT Blockchain Workshop (Grand Hall D)
Blockchain and Developer Communities
IBC-10
IoT@Edge Workshop (Grand Hall F)
IoT @ Edge Wrap
IE-06
Senior Director of Embedded & Integrated Solutions Western Digital Corporation
This panel is a question and answer discussion about how IoT benefits from distributed processing, aggregation and augmenting resources. It looks at IoT and the way that operational information from sensors are gathered, analyzed and processed.
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  IoT Blockchain Workshop
  IoT@Edge Workshop
3:45pm
Tuesday - 1/29/19
IoT Blockchain Workshop (Grand Hall D)
Blockchain Regulated Industries Including Healthcare
IBC-11
Co Founder & CEO Windmill Enterprise CEO and Co-Founder C-N-C Blockchain Advisory Principal Analyst and Consultant neXt Curve
  IoT Blockchain Workshop
4:15pm
Tuesday - 1/29/19
IoT Blockchain Workshop (Grand Hall D)
The Future of Blockchain in IoT - Wrap
IBC-12
  IoT Blockchain Workshop
4:30pm
Tuesday - 1/29/19
Special Panel Discussion (Grand Hall A)
Town Hall Meeting: FCC, FTC, NIST, Oh My
GS-10
Frank Bradshaw CEO Ho'ike Technologies
Ashwin Krishnan Tech Transformer + Human Revitalizer Ashwin Krishnan
Kristina Podnar Digital Governance Consultant NativeTrust Consulting, LLC
Glenn Richards Partner Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
When it comes to IoT people are developing solutions either to save money, make money or to comply with regulation. However much of the regulatory environment is trying to provide a framework for success in deployments. This general session looks at the issues being debated in government and how it will impact IoT solutions.
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  Special Panel Discussion
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
7:30am
Wednesday - 1/30/19
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Registration Opens
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9:00am
Wednesday - 1/30/19
Special Panel Discussion (Grand Hall A)
Money Matters
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James Brehm Founder and Chief Technology Evangelist James Brehm & Associates
Steve Brumer Partner 151 Advisors
Michael Lenoce Managing Director MVP Capital
Allen Proithis (Moderator) Global Tech Expert Capstone Partners
Gerry Purdy Principal Analyst Mobilocity LLC
James Turino Managing Partner Drake Star Partners
Mike Walkley Managing Director Canaccord Genuity
Our classic session where we ask the simple question; who makes money, and where does smart money go to invest in IoT? This panel of movers and shakers gives us their perspective on the who and why of IoT success.
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  Special Panel Discussion
10:00am
Wednesday - 1/30/19
Keynote (Grand Hall A)
Keynote Presentation by Cradlepoint
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  Keynote
10:30am
Wednesday - 1/30/19
Keynote (Grand Hall A)
Keynote Presentation by Cisco
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Maciej Kranz VP, Corporate Strategic Innovation Group Cisco
  Keynote
11:00am
Wednesday - 1/30/19
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Networking Coffee Break
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11:15am
Wednesday - 1/30/19
IoT Strategies Track (Grand Hall C)
Introductions - IoT Opportunities and Opinions
IOT-01
IoT Business Development SYNNEX
What is the state of the industry? Have we crossed the chasm and reaching scale, or are stuck in proof of concept: This session looks at various data sources to introduce the audience to where IoT is today.
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IoT Evolution Health Track (Grand Hall F)
Internet of Medical Things: Analytical Innovations for Realtime Health and Wellness Monitoring
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Global IoT Leader for Healthcare and Life Sciences SAS
There is significant potential for IoT technologies to impact health and wellness. A key enabler is the capture and analysis of streaming data in real time generated from connected devices such as monitors, wearables and sensors. We will review the research project conducted with NCSU Engineering and UNC-Chapel Hill Medical School focused on healthcare and wearables use cases applying analytical innovations.
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Industrial IoT Track (Grand Hall E)
Introductions: Industrial Controls At the Heart of Industry 4.0
IIOT-01
Chair, Smart Factory Task Group Industrial Internet Consortium Head - IoT Practice J.D. Power
When it comes to the Industrial Internet the essentials are about managing and monitoring production. At the heart of this management are processors that are designed to manage repetitive actions. This session looks at how Industry 4.0 is looking to revolutionize production.
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LPWAN Track (Grand Hall D)
Introductions + Conceptual Overview RE: LPWAN for Operational Efficiency/Use Case BP
LP-01
Principal Analyst Mobilocity LLC Executive Director IoT GSMA
In this session, we will give an overview of the Low Power connectivity issues that will be covered throughout the conference, and look at a key case study that is an example of Best practice across LPWAN execution.
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The Smart Cities Track (Grand Hall H)
Introductions+ Smart Cities Ecosystems and Sustainability
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SVP, Head Internet of Things U.S.A and Canada SOFTTEK President/CEO Automated Parking Corp.
The Internet of Things often represents small elements that have big impact when applied the level of a city or region. This session starts by looking at how some incremental deployments have tremendous impact.
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  IoT Strategies Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  Industrial IoT Track
  LPWAN Track
  The Smart Cities Track
11:45am
Wednesday - 1/30/19
IoT Strategies Track (Grand Hall C)
Functional Decomposition of IoT
IOT-02
Founder and Chief Technology Evangelist James Brehm & Associates Head of IoT Strategy James Brehm & Associates
What are the components to an IoT solution? What is the proper way to source a strategy? This session looks at the big picture of IoT design, development and deployment.
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IoT Evolution Health Track (Grand Hall F)
At the PCP Office: Referrals, EMR, Data Management, Data sharing
H-02
VP of Technology Globant
The primary care physician is the starting point for most patients within the healthcare process. This initial visit includes many IoT-friendly processes, including Electronic medical Records management, referrals to specialists and surgeons and examinations. In this session, the speakers will dig into the IoT-enabled options to streamline those procedures.
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Industrial IoT Track (Grand Hall E)
The Broad Picture on Industrial Controls
IIOT-02
President and CEO Wibu-Systems USA CEO and Founder Altizon Systems
Taking a broader view of Industrial Controls we discover that their processing capabilities and coding is designed to be simple and not to be communicative of all but the essentials of production. Many companies are augmenting these systems with sensors to improve the business processes and gather real – time information. This session looks at how IIoT is expanding the knowledge of production.
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LPWAN Track (Grand Hall D)
Global Scaling of Mobile LPWA Networks all the way to 5G
LP-02
The rapid rise and deployment of NB-IOT and LTE-M has been unprecedented in the cellular industry and just the start of the timeline to Massive IoT in 5G. There has been challenges in getting here but also some early success. In this session i will give a global overview of scale of deployment, the fastest growing regions and applications plus the challenges we all face to get to the billions of connections expected.
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The Smart Cities Track (Grand Hall H)
Lessons from the Greater City of Atlanta
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Regional Cloud Sales Director Microsoft Director of Business Development at Advanced RF Technologies ADRF
Atlanta has embraced the adoption of Smart City solutions for themselves and the region. This panel discusses the strategies involved at a local and regional level.
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  IoT Strategies Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  Industrial IoT Track
  LPWAN Track
  The Smart Cities Track
12:15pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
1:00pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
IoT Strategies Track (Grand Hall C)
Sensor Harmonization: New IEEE Standards
IOT-03
President & CEO Wireless Research Center of NC
Dr. Gerry Hayes will lead the IEEE working group session about sensor harmonization and the current draft standard, P2510, that is under review by the IEEE.
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IoT Evolution Health Track (Grand Hall F)
Fast and Firewalled: Connectivity for Medical Facilities
H-03
President FCI
With all the data being stored and transferred into and out of medical facilities, connectivity is critical at every point along that process. In addition, communications between departments and facilities can be time sensitive, and directly impact patient care. Of course, all of these cases also require top notch security, in addition to fast, reliable connectivity. Here, we will examine the methods and options for accomplishing this.
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Industrial IoT Track (Grand Hall E)
Industrial IoT and the Arts
IIOT-03
Instructor Miami Dade College Idea Center
It’s amazing how small and useful IoT devices have become. In the Fashion industry the use of IoT spans the production of materials to the actual garments available today. Everything from Internet posts to LEDs embedded in the materials will be on display in the fashion show later today. This session is about the impact of IoT on Fashion.
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LPWAN Track (Grand Hall D)
Battle of the LPWAN Gateways
LP-03
Regional Sales Manager MultiTech President /Co-Founder Internet of Things America, LLC
The market for LPWANs is red hot and with opportunity comes innovation. This panel of gateway manufacturers is about how the market diversity has lead to their ingenuity on how they have applied technology and application in the market.
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The Smart Cities Track (Grand Hall H)
Around the Nation Looking at Success in Sustainability
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Chief Executive Officer Small Box Energy CEO WegoWise
For most of the world resources are scarce and need to be properly managed. For those that live where resources are abundant the issue is one of caretaking. The bottom line is the need is universal to manage, monitor and protect sustainable resources. This session looks at the full spectrum of using IoT with Sustainable resources.
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  IoT Strategies Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  Industrial IoT Track
  LPWAN Track
  The Smart Cities Track
1:30pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
IoT Strategies Track (Grand Hall C)
IoT Gateways and Failover
IOT-08
Vice President of Product Digi International
While IoT has many uses one place that IoT Gateways are being utilized is in Failover of wireline services. This benefit enables other use cases to tag along. This discussion is how Enterprises take advantage of gateways .
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IoT Evolution Health Track (Grand Hall F)
Just a Few Forms: Privacy, Security & HIPAA
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CTO Aware360 Ltd.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, is the legislation in the U.S. designed to protect the privacy and medical information of patients. There is similar legislation all around the world, and IoT technology implementation in Healthcare is directly impacted by the legally mandated compliance to these regulations. IoT providers need to know how to navigate these regulations and help their customers remain compliant to the law, while still accomplishing the goal of keeping patient information safe while improving patient outcomes through better data sharing within the IoT, and this session will dig into some of those solutions.
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Industrial IoT Track (Grand Hall E)
Bridging the OT/IT Gap With A Real-Time IIoT Gateway 
IIOT-04
Sr. Mgr. Industrial Automation Segment Renesas Electronics
Managing Production is the focus of Operations, reporting on production is the focus of IT. The result is that one looks at the means to the end while the other looks at the end result. This often materializes in a failure to communicate effectively. How does IoT enable better understanding between the departments to improve production, planning and profit?
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LPWAN Track (Grand Hall D)
City Life and LPWAN
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President /Co-Founder Internet of Things America, LLC
While LPWAN is great for rural areas like most technologies, density does not hurt. Many companies are finding LPWAN solutions that enable smart cities and other vertical requirements in the big city. This session looks at what implementations have found a home in the city.
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The Smart Cities Track (Grand Hall H)
Smart Street Lighting: The strategic Backbone for Smart Cities IoT
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Co-Founder Coris VP Business Development DimOnOff
Street lighting is ubiquitous, and therefore Smart Lighting controllers can potentially carry numerous sources of data. Once every street lamp is connected, cities can favorably exploit a wireless network canopy, 30 feet in the air, enabling interaction with a wide variety of assets such as smart edge-vision and sound-recognition systems, environmental sensors, digital displays, actuators, etc. The connected assets can then be controlled and monitored remotely through dedicated open, expandable and secure interfaces.
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  IoT Strategies Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  Industrial IoT Track
  LPWAN Track
  The Smart Cities Track
2:00pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
IoT Strategies Track (Grand Hall C)
Smart Cities
IOT-05
Do Smart Cities improve the quality of life of citizens, or are the goals of Smart Cities more operational? This session looks at the different objectives involved in smart city development and how that extends regionally.
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IoT Evolution Health Track (Grand Hall F)
IoT-enabled Patient Experience: Examinations with AR, Sensors, MRI, CT
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Business Development Manager, Healthcare Axis Communications, Inc. CEO LifeWorkx, Inc
Patient exams amount to data collection, which is the starting point for any IoT system. This session will look at how IoT-enabled sensors can help streamline those examinations, thanks to smart and connected medical devices.
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Industrial IoT Track (Grand Hall E)
Analytics in Action
IIOT-05
Founder and CEO Sirqul Director of Business Development at Advanced RF Technologies ADRF
It’s one thing to gather “Big Data”, it’s another thing entirely to determine how to find the relevant data and put it to action. This session is about how analytics can bring insight and measurable improvement when using IoT to gather, deliver and execute.
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LPWAN Track (Grand Hall D)
Making the Dumb Smarter: How LPWAN is a Simple Fix to a Complex Problem of Aftermarket Connectivity
LP-05
Despite the growth of the IoT, ever approaching ubiquity, most devices are still unconnected. And many enterprises are either reluctant to buy all-new, smart equipment, or not in the position to make such a capital outlay. The answer, of course if aftermarket add-ons. LPWAN can be a critical piece of that solution. Delegates in this session will learn how and why.
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The Smart Cities Track (Grand Hall H)
Picking the Brains of US Smart Cities
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Greenlight General Manager City of Wilson, NC Senior Advisor FirstNet Executive Director NC RIoT
You have a Smart City strategy. Now what? The answer is in the analytics. How do you take the information gained and make Big Data – relevant data. This is a discussion about the lessons learned in delivering on the promise of IoT in Smart Cities.
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  IoT Strategies Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  Industrial IoT Track
  LPWAN Track
  The Smart Cities Track
2:30pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
IoT Strategies Track (Grand Hall C)
Digital Transformation
IOT-06
Senior Vice President and General Manager, Service Provider Group Syniverse
In this session, we’ll discuss why you should bypass the public internet and use a global private network to improve and secure your business, support scale and interoperability for IoT devices, provide direct secure access to cloud-based enterprise applications, and navigate the exciting opportunities that lie ahead in the age of digital transformation.
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IoT Evolution Health Track (Grand Hall F)
Let's Get Personal: Analytics for Patient Evaluation
H-06
CEO and Founder VirtualHealth
Diagnosis has in the past been an eldritch art, combining patient data, studies and statistics, doctors’ professional experience, and symptom analysis in the supervising physician’s mind. Now, thanks to advanced machine analytics, doctors have better data available than ever before, and they are using it to inform ever more accurate diagnoses. We’ll show you how.
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Industrial IoT Track (Grand Hall E)
GE’s Digital Twins and Immortal Machines
IIOT-06
Digital models of any object can seemingly live forever, but question we’re asking at GE is can those digital models, or Digital Twins, enable their physical selves to live forever? Can we meld service and design into a single process that allows us to transform jet engines, power generation turbines and more into immortal machines? This is the essence of the digital journey GE is on in the Aviation and Power industries, as we digitize our industrial assets and connect them from the Edge-to-the-Cloud. Digitization, along with GE’s technology leadership in additive manufacturing, is creating a new paradigm in how we operate and service our machines. Colin will discuss what the significant business outcomes this journey already has yielded and the ultimate path to machine immortality.
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LPWAN Track (Grand Hall D)
Small-Town LPWAN: Deploying LoRaWAN to Enable Infrastructure Efficiencies in Municipalities
LP-06
Small- and medium-sized municipalities face huge challenges in getting smarter that include financial constraints, community concerns, infrastructure limitations and, sometimes most difficult, citizen buy-in. In this session, our speakers will talk about how an LPWAN connectivity strategy can check off all those boxes and let communities save money while serving citizens better.
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The Smart Cities Track (Grand Hall H)
How Smarter Cities Can Lead to Smarter Public Safety
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Former Baltimore Fire Chief City of Baltimore, MD
In order for IoT and Smart Cities to support public safety, our first responders need fast access to critical data during emergencies. Former Baltimore Fire Chief Ray Lehr will discuss this challenge, share an overview of FirstNet, and spotlight recent cutting-edge projects that are currently leveraging this technology.
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  IoT Strategies Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  Industrial IoT Track
  LPWAN Track
  The Smart Cities Track
3:00pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
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Energy Break in General Session Room
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3:15pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
Keynote (Grand Hall A)
Keynote Presentation by Lufthansa: IoT/ LPWAN in Action from an End User - Smart Ground Support Equipment 4.0 for MRO in the Aviation Industry
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Gerrit Rexhausen Program Manager, Corporate Strategy & Innovation Management Lufthansa Technik
  Keynote
3:45pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
Keynote (Grand Hall A)
Keynote Presentation by Google: The Future of Tech - Machine Learning to Change the World
GS-02
Ricardo Prada UX Director Google
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence technologies are now widespread and it’s important to step back and consider how far we have come. What have we learned about creating models, experimenting with design, and ensuring fairness and representation of our users? The lifespan of a product is changing, and static products are no longer viable. Any devices coming out in the future must be able to learn over time and produce feedback. In this session, Ricardo Prada, Director of UX at Google, will discuss how creating models and doing experimentation in design has brought us to the current state of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence and will continue to change the world.
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  Keynote
4:15pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
Special Panel Discussion (Grand Hall A)
Putting Intelligence at the Edge
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Tao Zhang Senior Director for Technology and Industry Development Huawei Technologies (USA)
What are the economics of migrating processing to the edge? What is about the cloud that makes Edge Computing and Edge processing attractive. This discussion is about migrating processes that need real time interfaces for actuation and AI. It also is a discussion about how to optimize the edge of better data center and cloud interfaces. Learn what is happening at the edge of the network.
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  Special Panel Discussion
5:00-7:00pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
(Expo Hall B)
Grand Opening Reception on Expo Hall
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Thursday, January 31, 2019
9:00am
Thursday - 1/31/19
IoT Strategies Track (Grand Hall C)
Fleet Connectivity - Idea to Implementation
IOT-07
CTO Derive Systems Chief Technology Officer Metal Toad
Fleet is one of the largest markets for IoT and for good reason. Managing containers and loads; vehicle location, performance and maintenance; ELD requirements; and driver behavior requires a lot of data and even more intelligence than modern trucks already provide in great amount. How do Fleet managers get the essential information to be a success. How does the truck industry support the integration of this information directly. This session looks at how trucking is changing from start to finish.
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IoT Evolution Health Track (Grand Hall F)
Privacy and Security for Manufacturers of Medical Devices
H-07
CEO Geisel Software, Inc.
Industrial IoT Track (Grand Hall E)
More About Industrial Analytics
IIOT-07
CEO PROLIM Co-CTO & Co-Founder PsiKick
Within the factory, assets and inventory can be tracked with sensors, allowing for better accountability and product management. From there, industrial IoT allows the business to look at almost all components of the operation–from employees to forklifts–as assets that can provide opportunities for revenue growth if managed correctly. Using intelligence as part of the product development IoT model can also have an impact on development of processes, changing how products are innovated and built.
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LPWAN Track (Grand Hall D)
LPWAN+Location Solutions: Making the Physical more Digital through Low-Power Device Identification
LP-07
CEO Behr Technologies Senior Director of Marketing Multitech
Location services, enabled by Low Power connectivity, serve two powerful needs within the IoT-enabled IoT: security through device identification, and physical site management. Both of these goals are critical to good operations no matter the size of the company, from single-location retail to global enterprises. Here, we’ll take a look at how LPWAN enables location services in any industry.
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The Smart Cities Track (Grand Hall H)
Intelligent Transportation for Smart Cities
SC-07
Chairman Department of For-Hire Vehicles Director of Engineering EastBanc Technologies
When it comes to commuting, timing is everything. With IoT timing can become even more precise and valuable to the customer base. This session is looks at how people move and how solutions can be deployed for mass transit and personal transportation including bikes and scooters.
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  IoT Strategies Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  Industrial IoT Track
  LPWAN Track
  The Smart Cities Track
9:30am
Thursday - 1/31/19
IoT Strategies Track (Grand Hall C)
Why your Connected Building is a Digital Asset
IOT-04
Senior Vice President, Connected Buildings Software Acuity Brands, Inc
As technology goes, we live in a world where smaller seems better. But imagine that your most valuable computing asset might also be your largest asset – the very building that houses your operations. And it might be your best worker: outfitted with technology to connect it to the digital world, it’s highly skilled and performs around the clock. This indispensable “employee” offers smart, reliable and resourceful service, and stands to get even more valuable over time.
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IoT Evolution Health Track (Grand Hall F)
How Hospitals can Realize Millions in Savings using Operations Performance Management for IoT Orchestration
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Chief Commercial Officer ThoughtWire
This session will aim to educate healthcare providers and executives on how OPM can generate real qualitative and quantitative results for hospitals as well as the communities they serve. Attendees will also learn what key considerations to take into account when looking to orchestrate IoT systems and devices in the healthcare setting.
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Industrial IoT Track (Grand Hall E)
IoT, Machines & AI
IIOT-08
President Aizoon Senior Vice President Strategy, Business Development & Government Relations Schneider Electric
This session will focus on two separate real life cases of Predictive Maintenance. In both cases we enabled industrial customers to improve the technical availability of their machines and robots. The presentation will detail steps and issues resolved in developing the Data Lake and the required Machine Learning algorithms that enable corrections and improvements to industrial controls. By combining traditional Engineering approach (FMEA, RCM and Kaizen) with the Machine Learning approach (full data set analytics and multivariate correlation analysis) a Digital Twin is developed. This impact the specific manufacturing process that is way more reliable and predictable than what could be done in the past just with the Engineering approach. As these approaches continue to develop AI becomes a reality.
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LPWAN Track (Grand Hall D)
IoT and Connectivity in South America
LP-08
Executive Director CABASE Co-founder and First President ABINC
The IoT market in South America is projected to bypass $19 billion by 2023, according to a market research report published by P&S. The region's IoT boom is largely attributed to the number of governments increasing their efforts across the region and the development of smart cities across the continent. How are major organizations in this region preparing for and contributing to the flourishing South America IoT market, and how is the global IoT market responding?
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The Smart Cities Track (Grand Hall H)
Connected Governments as the Future of Innovation and Cultivators of Authentic Smart Cities
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Mayor The City of Seat Pleasant
The technology used in Seat Pleasant's Digital Transformation includes an operational data platform (i.e. command and control platform, smart city platform) that allows Cities to aggregate data from disparate sources and visualize that data in a single view. This allows the City to share data across departments, and the solution also allows for the development of KPIs for measuring productivity and SOPs for improving the efficiency of processes. The solution was developed by IBM and is called the Intelligent Operations Center. There is a Public Safety/Emergency Management Module/Add-on to the IBM Intelligent Operations Center that was developed by Priority 5. This component allows our public safety individuals monitor crime activity across jurisdictions, plan for emergencies by understanding the interdependencies of critical infrastructure and respond effectively to emergencies by improving communication and coordination.
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  IoT Strategies Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  Industrial IoT Track
  LPWAN Track
  The Smart Cities Track
10:00am
Thursday - 1/31/19
Keynote (Grand Hall A)
Keynote Presentation by Aknowledge Partners: IoT – What's Next for Enterprises?
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Homaira Akbari President & CEO AKnowledge Partners
  Keynote
10:30am
Thursday - 1/31/19
Keynote (Grand Hall A)
Keynote Presentation by Mastercard: Shared Spaces: Redefining How Work Happens
K-05
Stephane Wyper Senior Vice President, New Commerce Partnerships and Commercialization Mastercard
  Keynote
11:00am-4:00pm
Thursday - 1/31/19
12:00pm
Thursday - 1/31/19
(Expo Hall B)
Lunch in Expo Hall (Not included with Expo Only passes)
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1:00pm
Thursday - 1/31/19
Special Panel Discussion (Grand Hall A)
Controlling the Horizontal and the Vertical: Why it's Important for LPWAN to have its Fingers in Every Pie
GS-04
Brandon Dalida Regional Sales Manager MultiTech
Kenneth Schlather Executive Director Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County
LPWAN is a solution that extends range while lowering cost. The result is a solution that fits almost all network requirements for IoT transmissions. However, the vertical markets vary widely as to their needs and make it so solution selling can limit the discussion. How do LPWAN manufactures and service providers point to the opportunities.
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  Special Panel Discussion
2:00pm
Thursday - 1/31/19
Special Panel Discussion (Grand Hall A)
Follow the Leaders: Smart Cities, Counties and States
GS-05
Colin Barceloux CEO Axius
Lisa Brown Senior National Director, Municipal Infrastructure & Smart Cities Johnson Controls
Marco Della Torre CTO Derive Systems
Sarah Glova (Moderator) Director of Growth & Communications RIoT
Mari Silbey Director of Communications US Ignite
Leonardo Simoes IT Smart Cities Specialist, Technical Counselor Smart City Business Institute Americas
Delia J. Smith Vice President Dispersive Technologies, Inc.
  Special Panel Discussion
3:00pm
Thursday - 1/31/19
IoT Strategies Track (Grand Hall C)
Industrial
IOT-09
Principal Architect – Industrial & Medical Xilinx
Production is the place where success is often the most tangible and in the case of industrial the ability to benefit from trial and error is an operational necessity. This session looks at test bed case studies and how they have impacted Industry 4.0.
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IoT Evolution Health Track (Grand Hall F)
Post-OP: Remote patient care, Communications, In-home Recovery
H-09
CEO and Co-Founder snap40
Most medical after care these days happens at home, from post-operative care to maintaining medications. In addition, around the world, many people in need of care cannot get physical access to medical services. Solutions to these problems might lie with the IoT in the form of remote patient care and streamlined communications. Delegates in this session will learn about how this can work, and how the IoT enables and secures these remote solutions.
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Industrial IoT Track (Grand Hall E)
Industrial IoT from Embedded to the Cloud using Java from Beginning to End
IIOT-09
Deputy CTO Azul Systems
LPWAN Track (Grand Hall D)
LPWAN in Space: Think You Can't Get Ubiquity in Those Hard to Reach Terrains? Think Again.
LP-09
CEO FMC GlobalSat Co-founder Hiber CEO & Co-founder Helios Wire Principal Cidera Analytics
Connectivity in remote areas is a constantly evolving challenge in IoT, and satellite connectivity is one of the best solutions we’ve found for the problem. Now, LPWAN is joining the IoT space race. Learn how it works, and where it’s already being used.
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The Smart Cities Track (Grand Hall H)
How to Make Smart Cities Stay Smart with Open Source Projects
SC-09
Governing Board Chair for the Civil Infrastructure Platform (CIP) Project and Head of Smart Embedded Systems Siemens AG Technical Steering Committee Chair for the Civil Infrastructure Platform (CIP) Project and Senior Manager of Open Source Technology Toshiba Corporation
Power plants, radar systems, traffic lights, communications and weather systems are ingrained in our every day life. Many of these infrastructure systems exist for decades, if not longer, so security and longevity are paramount. Currently, all of these systems are built from scratch, with little re-use of existing software building blocks, which drains resources, money and time. It also leads to fragmentation and duplication of effort. This is where open source comes in. Many of these critical civil infrastructure systems are powered by Linux or Debian, which offers a golden opportunity to streamline efforts. For example. Civil Infrastructure Platform (CIP), aims to speed implementation of Linux-based civil infrastructure systems, build upon existing open source foundations and expertise, establish de facto standards by providing a base layer reference implementation, and contribute to and influence upstream projects regarding industrial needs.
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  IoT Strategies Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  Industrial IoT Track
  LPWAN Track
  The Smart Cities Track
3:30pm
Thursday - 1/31/19
IoT Strategies Track (Grand Hall C)
Autonomous Vehicles
IOT-10
Vice President, Strategic Programs Fortinet, Inc.
In this session we'll discuss real-life smart city implementations in reviewing connected car cyber protection trends and show how on-chip security functions help to provide security policy management and automated protection of the powertrain and communication domains in the vehicle, including the LTE module, vehicle-to-vehicle communications module, the wireless access point, the engine control module and more. We will describe ways to secure the communications between the domains and sets policies to limit access between certain domains to mitigate and control potential cyber threats. Specific demonstrations of mock IPS and DDoS cyber attacks will show how to secure the data transmitted from a public cloud service to the in-car entertainment system.
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IoT Evolution Health Track (Grand Hall F)
Wrap Up / Overview
H-10
To close the IoT Evolution health conference, we will look back at the entire patient journey, and posit what an entirely IoT-enabled medical experience will look like in the not-to-distant future.
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Industrial IoT Track (Grand Hall E)
Wrap Up - Q & A
IIOT-10
We gather key speakers and our event host review the lessons learned and to answer questions.
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LPWAN Track (Grand Hall D)
Wrap Up / Overview
LP-10
Discuss the issues and solutions raised in this track and talk about how those lessons can be translated to strategies for development of new solutions.
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The Smart Cities Track (Grand Hall H)
A Roadmap to Smart Gigabit Cities - Powered by US Ignite
SC-10
Director of Technology US Ignite
How can cities set themselves up to be Smart Gigabit Communities? What are the missing pieces that cities need to unlock before they can foster tech adoption? Join Scott Turnbull for a programmatic overview of recent US Ignite projects, including a discussion of IoT trends and a roadmap for fostering both innovation and adoption.
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  IoT Strategies Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  Industrial IoT Track
  LPWAN Track
  The Smart Cities Track
4:00pm
Thursday - 1/31/19
Special Panel Discussion (Grand Hall A)
What's Next for Industrial 4.0
GS-06
Brad Canham Vice President Cassia Networks
Jason Kelley General Manager, IBM Blockchain Services IBM
Dr. Claudio Lima Co Chair Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Energy/Utility/Oil & Gas IIC Industrial Internet Consortium
Obviously Industry 4.0 is not going to go through the same hype cycle as cellular generations, but the time has come to look at the accomplishments of IIOT 4.0 and ask the simple question. How do we get to the next phase of optimization and execution? This panel looks at the standards and best practices and then what gaps and opportunities exist for improvement.
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  Special Panel Discussion
Friday, February 01, 2019
9:00-10:00am
Friday - 2/1/19
(Expo Hall B)
Expo Hall Breakfast
X-09
Jumpstart your day at IoT Evolution Expo enjoying a continental breakfast and coffee while sharing ideas with colleagues and potential partners on the expo floor.
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9:00am-2:00pm
Friday - 2/1/19
10:00am
Friday - 2/1/19
Special Panel Discussion (Grand Hall A)
IoT Security General Session - Security Hype, Hysteria & Hope
GS-07
Frank Bradshaw CEO Ho'ike Technologies
Marcellus Buchheit President and CEO Wibu-Systems USA
Steve Hanna Senior Principal Infineon and Trusted Computing Group
Ben Herzberg Director, Threat Research Imperva
Dmitry Raidman CEO Cybeats
Jeff Wilbur Director, Online Trust Alliance initiative Internet Society
Security is like an onion it has several layers and sometimes cutting through the layers can make you cry. How do you implement a full strategy that covers everything from the physical security of sensors in the field to back end systems vulnerable to denial of service and other Internet based cyber attacks? This panel gets past the fear to speak about the practical.
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  Special Panel Discussion
11:00am
Friday - 2/1/19
Special Panel Discussion (Grand Hall A)
SDWAN IoT General Session - SDWAN - IoT: The Session on the Session Layer
GS-08
Mike Wood Vice President VeloCloud
The Internet is virtual and now the overall network is as well as software makes it possible to spin new services in just a few minutes. Given the need for segmentation and on demand solutions how do we optimize SDWAN to IoT.
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  Special Panel Discussion
12:00pm
Friday - 2/1/19
Special Panel Discussion (Grand Hall A)
5G General Session - Keeping Connected: From 5G to Zigbee
GS-09
Iisko Lappalainen Head - Technical Marketing and Technical Field Operations MontaVista Software LLC
Davitt Potter Field CTO Arrow Electronics
Randy Van Buren Solutions Engineer Nokia
5G is a lot of things its solving the large and small problems of network delivery, but it’s biggest issue for IoT is marrying the technology to what exists and the innovation in all network solutions. This panel looks at how IoT benefits from 5G using solutions that exist today and technologies coming to us in the near future.
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