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Monday, July 17, 2017
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
9:15-9:55am
Tuesday - 07/18/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics (Forum 17)
The New Internet is Here. Are You Ready?
BIA-01
The Internet is evolving from the experimental network we all know into a new and diverse ecosystem of connected devices and objects that will make up the Internet of Things. The demand for address space for the IoT is only growing, but back in 2015 the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), the nonprofit organization manages the regional pool of Internet number resources, ran out of IPv4 addresses. With no more IPv4 addresses to distribute, all IoT companies must incorporate support for IPv4’s successor protocol, IPv6, that provides more than 340 undecillion (340 trillion trillion trillon) IP addresses. John Curran, President and CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) will explain why the runout of IPv4 addresses in our region makes it essential that businesses, both large and small, begin to implement IPv6 as soon as possible.
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1:00-1:50pm
Tuesday - 07/18/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics (Forum 17)
Securing the Connected Healthcare World
BIA-02
NetFoundry
Integron
Systech Corporation
The healthcare and life sciences industry continues to accelerate the adoption of mobile, connected devices and IoT technology, to simplify the patient experience, improve quality of care, and create a positive impact on patient outcomes. However, this adoption is being slowed by security and privacy concerns. The Internet of things introduces vulnerabilities that could expose sensitive patient data, as well as connected healthcare devices that could be susceptible to cyber-attacks. This panel session will focus on real-world examples of healthcare companies leveraging IoT technology to provide secure connected health solutions. This includes managing the logistics and mobile device management (MDM) of IoT devices within clinics, hospitals, and home health use, and securing the connected healthcare world by applying software-defined networking (SDN) to the world of IoT and Healthcare.
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  Industrial IoT Conference
  IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics
  IoT Enterprise Operations
  IoT Innovation
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2:00-2:50pm
Tuesday - 07/18/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics (Forum 17)
IoT Analytics: On-Ramp to the Internet of Things
BIA-03
Wildfire
Before we called it IoT and M2M, we had various closed systems that enabled reporting and system evaluations. As IoT deployments become better networked, do the analytics measure new opportunities for IoT to be deployed? Hear about the analytics that will make IoT valuable.
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Wednesday, July 19, 2017
8:30-9:20am
Wednesday - 07/19/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics (Forum 17)
Managing Massive Data: The Great Challenge
BIA-04
Uptake
Crossfire Consulting
GLOBECOMM
IBM
Striim, Inc.
In the old days, we used to field various closed systems to enable reporting and local system management. Now, however, we are facing massive amounts of data being delivered in various formats. Streams and lakes of data are being gathered, but insight can still be elusive. How do IoT systems increase business intelligence in the enterprise?
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  Industrial IoT Conference
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  IoT Enterprise Operations
  IoT Innovation
  IoT Smart City
9:30-10:20am
Wednesday - 07/19/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics (Forum 17)
Fog Computing and Edge Processing
BIA-05
James Brehm & Associates
Xaptum
Cradlepoint
While the Cloud promises economies of scale and vast resources, many enterprises are recognizing the need for computing resources at the point where processing can have the most impact. Edge and Fog Computing are paradigms that seek to maximize performance by keeping the information where its most valued – at the edge.
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1:30-2:15pm
Wednesday - 07/19/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics (Forum 17)
Real Time Big Data: Managing the IoT Streams
BIA-06
Sonoma State University
SAP
Striim, Inc.
When it comes to IoT, Big Data becomes a different animal. Parsing data information from resources that are designed to minimize traffic while maximizing information puts the pressure on back end systems to aggregate and analyze the traffic from multiple sources to determine and distinguish between a device failure and a system failure. This panel discusses what needs to be done to maximize the information in real time.
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  Industrial IoT Conference
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  IoT Innovation
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2:30-3:15pm
Wednesday - 07/19/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics (Forum 17)
Integrating the IoT into Enterprise IT Architecture
BIA-07
Bsquare Corporation
Oracle
Verizon Wireless
The diversity of Internet of Things technologies and products allows Enterprises to leverage and extend legacy enterprise architecture efforts to increase business value by integrating the Internet of Things into their existing information architectures and management environments. This session looks at the complexity of current enterprise architectures and integration of the business intelligence from IoT.
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Thursday, July 20, 2017
9:00-9:25am
Thursday - 07/20/17
IoT Business Intelligence/Analytics (Forum 17)
Business Analytics, predictive and prescriptive Analytics
BIA-08
Covisint
What can you stop before it happens? What can you do to ensure connectivity in case of failure? Beyond the reporting of information, how can IoT be used to identify patterns and problems before they arise? This panel discusses the use of IoT analytics beyond the simple executions for reporting and monitoring.
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