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Day 1: Wednesday 15 May 2019
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8:40am - 8:50am 10 mins
IoT World Keynotes
Chairperson's Opening Remarks
  • Greg Khan - President & CEO, Internet of Things Consortium
8:50am - 9:10am 20 mins
IoT World Keynotes
Fireside Chat: IoT in Action - How Avis Budget Group is Reinventing Rental
  • Larry De Shon - Chief Executive Officer, Avis Budget Group
9:10am - 9:30am 20 mins
IoT World Keynotes
One Size Does Not Fit All: Delivering a Multi-Application IIoT Network
  • Philip Mezey - President and Chief Executive Officer, Itron
9:30am - 9:50am 20 mins
IoT World Keynotes
Embedded Intelligence for the Next Wave of Smart Systems – Opportunities and Challenges on the Edge
  • Tony Keirouz - VP IoT Strategy, Ecosystem and Partnerships, STMicroelectronics
9:50am - 10:10am 20 mins
IoT World Keynotes
From the Edge to the Cloud: Deploy IoT Applications that Transform Your Business
  • Mark Relph - Head of Business Development –IoT and Emerging Technologies, Amazon Web Services
10:10am - 10:40am 30 mins
IoT World Keynotes
Keynote Panel Discussion: Explore New Opportunities, Solutions and Experiments That Shape the City of Tomorrow
  • Aniela Kuzon - Global Lead, City of Tomorrow Challenge, Ford Motor Company
10:40am - 11:30am 50 mins
Networking Break
11:30am - 11:40am 10 mins
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
Chairpersons Opening Remarks
11:40am - 12:00pm 20 mins
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
Data – how to monetise on data
  • How are automakers looking to monetize their data in order to offset the provision for connected services?
  • What does this monetization strategy look like?
  • How can data plus analytics can yield intelligence that can cross many markets – how can successful partnerships be formed
12:00pm - 12:40pm 40 mins
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
Multimodal for Optimal Consumer Choice - Changing how we move from A to B
  • Mark Maxham - Principal Engineer, Ellis & Associates
  • Ohad Zeira - Vice President, Fleet Ventures, Avis Budget Group
  • Steve Raney - Executive Director, Palo Alto Transportation Management Association
  • Balwinder Singh - Senior Transportation Electrical Engineer, CalTrans

Explore how the latest external trends (urbanization and government intervention) and internal trends have led to a change in how people move from A to B.

  • The Modal Shift: Analyze how bikes, mopeds and scooters are reshaping transportation and whether dockless sharing platforms are accelerating the trend. Is it time for regulation?
  • Explore the role of the vehicle in a multimodal transportation systems from shared first/last mile solutions from suburb stations to shared pick-up services
  • How to deliver multimodal mobility as a service in an efficient and user-friendly way using the best user interface, apps and payment systems
12:40pm - 1:40pm 60 mins
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
Networking Lunch
1:40pm - 2:00pm 20 mins
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
Electric Mobility: Increasing Adoption
  • Mike Harrigan - Senior Program Manager for Advanced Mobility, Prospect Silicon Valley

EVs have different adoption rates influenced by a wide range of factors from regulation to performance. Explore the wider picture of EV adoption and the new trends in electrification.

  • How to plot the e-mobility ecosystem - from OEM to energy providers - to build the right partnerships for development and implementation of electric mobility
  • Break the charging barrier – How to plan the ideal charging infrastructure whilst exploring the realities and potential of new tech such as Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC)
  • What is the future of battery tech and the implications of faster charging, increased energy density, cycle life and low leakage on battery development
2:00pm - 2:20pm 20 mins
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
Security Risks of Connected Cars: Exploring attack surface of connected cars and how to stop attacks
  • Spencer Hsieh - Threat Researcher, Trend Micro

Internet has dramatically changed our lives. Everything is connected to the Internet today, including cars. In this session, we will discuss the security risks of connected cars.

  • What kinds of devices are most susceptible to cyberattack? – Identifying the most vulnerable devices that could be targeted by cyberattacks
  • Is it easy to hack a connected car? – Attempts to hack connected cars and the security issues exposed
  • What kinds of solutions do we need to protect a connected car? – What can we learn from these hackings and what we can do?
2:20pm - 2:40pm 20 mins
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
AV’s Legislation
  • Alison Pascale - Senior Policy Strategist, Audi of America

Law makers and local authorities have a make-or-break role in the testing and roll-out of AV. This session will discuss current and upcoming regulation.

  • Get to grips with regulation and understand how it impacts the deployment of AV’s
  • Learn what ADAS features are becoming required by upcoming regulation and how they could help with AV feature development
  • Understand policies for regulating self-driving cars and how it will affect your business
2:40pm - 3:00pm 20 mins
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
Your car is connected: To What and Whom?
  • Chuck Brokish - Director of Automotive Business Development, Green Hills Software

Today’s connected car has ever‑increasing levels of connectivity.  This connectivity often comes with software originating from outside sources, and connections to unknown devices. Leveraging the ecosystem while ensuring security of the vehicle requires isolation of critical components.

The risks in common solutions today can be evidenced by the increasing recent number of vulnerabilities and security exploits seen in the automotive space. To this point, we’ve been fortunate that most of these exploits have been white-hat hacks.  But the industry is evolving to an opportunity for less ethical exploits. This mandates that we must put security and safety at the forefront of system design.

We will discuss experience from other safety-critical industries, and how automotive can enable use of software from multiple sources while still ensuring the safety and security of the vehicle.

3:00pm - 3:20pm 20 mins
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
Control the Ecosystem, Control the Revenue
  • Scott Burnell - Global Lead, Business Development and Partner Management, Ford Developer Program

As vehicles evolve towards autonomous driving, content consumption advances from fear of distraction, to relaxed living room experience.

OEMs must create and nurture content ecosystems today in order to remain relevant in the autonomous future. Learn how SmartDeviceLink (SDL) enables the automotive industry to retain control by welcoming developers, maximizing vehicle data value, and establishing user habits now, before the competitive solutions of the tech giants overwhelm the industry and commandeer control of the in-vehicle monetization opportunity.

3:20pm - 3:50pm 30 mins
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
Networking Refreshments
3:50pm - 4:40pm 50 mins
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
Exhibition Hall Tour 2 - Automotive
4:40pm - 6:00pm 80 mins
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
VIP Power Hour
6:00pm - 9:00pm 180 mins
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
IoT World Awards Ceremony
Showing of Streams
10:40am - 11:30am

Networking Break

Showing of Streams