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Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
11:15am
Wednesday - 1/30/19
Industrial IoT Track (Grand Ballroom E)
Mobile IoT Goes for Growth
IIOT-01
Vice President IoT Solutions G+D Mobile Security Executive Director IoT GSMA Head - IoT Practice J.D. Power
Scaling the IoT: Enabling a world in which consumers and businesses enjoy rich new services, connected by intelligent and secure mobile networks.
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  Industrial IoT Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  IoT Strategies Track
  The Smart Cities Track
11:45am
Wednesday - 1/30/19
Industrial IoT Track (Grand Ballroom E)
Enabling Industrial IoT Edge Applications
IIOT-02
President and CEO Wibu-Systems USA CEO and Founder Altizon Systems Chief Innovation Officer IIoT World
Industry 4.0 represents one of the most innovative verticals in IoT. Enabling Enterprises to benefit from IoT while maintaining production requires new solutions. This panel identifies actionable insights for Industrial IoT Edge applications with examples of analytics, productivity and quality that directly impact ROI.
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  Industrial IoT Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  IoT Strategies Track
  The Smart Cities Track
1:00pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
Industrial IoT Track (Grand Ballroom E)
IoT and Connectivity in South America
LP-08
Executive Director CABASE Head of Business Development & Sales - Americas, Australia & New Zealand OrbiWise SA Co-founder and First President ABINC General Manager and Treasurer CABASE
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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  Industrial IoT Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  IoT Strategies Track
  The Smart Cities Track
1:30pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
Industrial IoT Track (Grand Ballroom 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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  Industrial IoT Track
  IoT Channel
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  IoT Strategies Track
  The Smart Cities Track
2:00pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
Industrial IoT Track (Grand Ballroom E)
Analytics in Action
IIOT-05
Head of Technology StreetWire 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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  Industrial IoT Track
  IoT Channel
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  IoT Strategies Track
  The Smart Cities Track
2:30pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
Industrial IoT Track (Grand Ballroom E)
IoT Business Models for Advance Services
IIOT-06
Honorary Professor Aston University Co-Founder red_ Business Development Manager, Axis Technology Partner Program Axis Communications
The justification for expanding services in manufacturing requires more customer insight. This discussion is about where to find the value and how to deliver services customers need.
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  Industrial IoT Track
  IoT Channel
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  IoT Strategies Track
  The Smart Cities Track
Thursday, January 31, 2019
9:00am
Thursday - 1/31/19
Industrial IoT Track (Grand Ballroom E)
More About Industrial Analytics
IIOT-07
Global Head of Sales DXC Technology 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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  Industrial IoT Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  IoT Strategies Track
  The Smart Cities Track
9:30am
Thursday - 1/31/19
Industrial IoT Track (Grand Ballroom E)
IoT, Machines & AI
IIOT-08
President Aizoon Co-founder, VP in IoT and Predictive Maintenance Data Monsters Head - IoT Practice J.D. Power
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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  Industrial IoT Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  IoT Strategies Track
  The Smart Cities Track
3:00pm
Thursday - 1/31/19
Industrial IoT Track (Grand Ballroom E)
Industrial IoT from Embedded to the Cloud using Java from Beginning to End
IIOT-09
Deputy CTO Azul Systems
  Industrial IoT Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  IoT Strategies Track
  The Smart Cities Track
3:30pm
Thursday - 1/31/19
Industrial IoT Track (Grand Ballroom E)
IoT To Reduce the Overhead of Staying Compliant
IIOT-10
Adj. Professor EKATRA IoT
Everybody has critical and hazard prone assets, but how many of us are compliant for safety and best performances all the times? How do you handle escalations in the value chain? FOG Edge computing IoT is a great approach. EKATRA will show 2 case IoT studies to Reduce the Overhead of Staying Compliant in several fuel deposits and even nuclear plants.
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  Industrial IoT Track
  IoT Evolution Health Track
  IoT Strategies Track
  The Smart Cities Track
Friday, February 01, 2019

 

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