IoT Strategies Track
IoT Gateways and Failover
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 .
IoT Evolution Health Track
Just a Few Forms: Privacy, Security & HIPAA
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.
Industrial IoT Track
Bridging the OT/IT Gap With A Real-Time IIoT Gateway
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?
Keynote: Security is not an Obstacle It’s an Opportunity
This session gets to heart of developing a Security strategy for IoT with practical advice about assessing the risks, deploying solutions, establishing policies and programs and ensuring compliance.
The Smart Cities Track
Smart Street Lighting: The strategic Backbone for Smart Cities IoT
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.