[CLOSE]

Be the First to Know!

Get the Latest Industry News & Event Updates
IoT Evolution Expo - January 29 - February 1, 2019

CALL FOR PAPERS

Call For Papers

IoT Evolution Expo
January 29 – February 1, 2019
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Deadline: June 29, 2018

If you are interested in speaking at one of our collocated events, please click the below logos to apply.

Call for Speakers submissions for IoT Evolution and all collocated events are still being accepted.

IoT Evolution is comprised of multiple conference tracks along with collocated events covering Smart City Technology and applications, IoT Healthcare, Industrial IoT Solutions, and the LPWAN Expo.

IoT Evolution is seeking submissions for session abstracts and speakers that have the experience, knowledge and background to educate and inform a worldwide audience of enterprise implementors, governments and municipalities, Service Providers, IoT manufacturers, platform companies and other providers of IoT infrastructure.

Submit your proposal to speak at one of the industry's longest running conferences.


General IoT Topics

  • Horizontal Platforms for Vertical Markets
  • Big Data Technologies and Applications
  • IoT and Digital Transformation
  • The Role of the Digital Twin
  • Cases Studies of Compliance, Efficiency and/or Production
  • Managing IoT between IT and OPS
  • IoT at the Edge, the Cloud or Somewhere in Between
  • Rapid IoT Deployments with Platforms and APIs
  • IoT & Artificial Intelligence beyond pattern recognition
  • Automotive IoT So Many Sensors So Much Code
  •  Driver Assisted, Self-Driving and other IoT Automotive Applications

Block Chain

  • Hyper Ledger
  • Distributed Systems and Identity Management
  • Blockchain Basics Algorithms and Architectures
  • Blockchain and Smart Contracts
  • Blockchain Exchanges and Interoperability
  • Mining Blockchain is it the like Cryptocurrency
  • Blockchain Regulations
  • Bills of Lading and Blockchains
  • GDPR and Blockchain
  • Marrying Hardware to Blockchain

Industrial IoT Conference Topics

  • New Markets for Industry 4.0
  • Micro and nanoelectronics as the Drivers of Industry 4.0 Development
  • Current Challenges and Prospects for the Platform Industry 4.0
  • Key Technologies and Competence for Implementation
  • Safety Issues for the Platform Industry 4.0
  • Vision Systems for Industry 4.0
  • Industry 4.0 and Internet of things
  • Training Issues for the Implementation of Industry 4.0
  • Standardization of Industry 4.0
  • Reducing Mean Time to Repair with Analytics and IoT

LPWAN Expo Topics

  • New Markets for Industry 4.0
  • Street Lights and LPWAN Strategies
  • LPWAN and the Factory Floor
  • Network Architectures
  • Consumer Applications for LPWAN
  • Smart Cities Low Power
  • Case Studies in LPWAN Success
  • Security Strategies for LPWAN deployments
  • LPWAN Transmission Exchanges Share and Share a Like
  • Geofencing and Asset Management

IoT Evolution Healthcare

  • Patient Registration/Data collection Smarter ER
  • IoT for Life sciences and research
  • Pharma and IoT
  • Telemedicine/Remote patient monitoring
  • Geriatrics
  • Insurance: IoT for Risk Management
  • Supply Chain and Cold Chain Logistics
  • Health Regulatory concerns and compliance strategy
  • Health Device management and monitoring/Healthcare at the Edge
  • Healthcare As a Service
  • Data analytics for medical professionals
  • Finding profits through efficiencies of IoT
  • Healthcare OEM: What does an IoT Health device need
  • HIPAA/Privacy in IoT Healthcare

The Smart City Event

  • 5G and smart city rollouts
  • Managing Regulatory compliance
  • Smart Transportation, telematics and infrastructure
  • Ubiquitous networks - enabling smart city applications
  • Smart Cities - It takes a System of Systems
  • Smart City Connectivity
  • Smart Energy
  • HVAC monitoring and management
  • Agriculture and Farming applications
  • Smart Building and facility management
  • Autonomous Autos and new transportation models

Software Defined IoT

  • What is a Software Defined IoT?
  • Software Defined Perimeter for IoT Security
  • The IoT as Software Defined Network: What are the advantages/problems?
  • SD-WAN is taking over IT, And the IoT is next
  • How SD-IoT provides unprecedented visibility and control
  • The Software-defined Edge of the IoT
  • Software Defined Services and Prescriptive Maintance
  • More reliable networks at lower cost, with SD-IoT

Government Regulations and Compliance

  • The FCC and how the changing mission will affect IoT
  • The role of the FTC in encouraging IoT buy-in
  • NIST and standards
  • Global Privacy regulations and how a global company can navigate the waters
  • Regulations in the EU, Americas and Asia and what companies need to know
  • Security Standards and what legislation will do to the process
  • The role of associations in driving compliance
  • Liberals and Conservatives and what they want for IoT

Call For Speakers Form


Please Provide Speaker Information:

First Name:*                   ( * = Required )

Last Name:*

Title:*

Company:*

Address:*

Address2:

City:*

State/Province:*

Zip/Postal Code:*

Country:*

Phone:*

Fax:

Email:*

Company Web Site URL:

Speaker's Bio (character limit: 8,000):

Session Description (character limit: 8,000):

Proposed Session Title (character limit: 8,000):


Please Provide Non-Speaker Contact Information:
(Contact Person, Speaker Coordinator or Representing Agency)

Company:

First Name:

Last Name:

Title:

Address:

Address2:

City:

State/Province:

Zip/Postal Code:

Country:

Phone:


Fax:

Email:

Company Web Site URL:


 

DIAMOND SPONSOR

GOLD SPONSORS

SILVER SPONSORS

START-UP SPONSORS

CORPORATE SPONSOR

MEDIA SPONSORS