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8:50 am 9:10 am (20 mins)

Keynotes

Keynotes: Defining the IoT Future

9:10 am 9:30 am (20 mins)

Keynotes

INSIGHT: What does the Future hold?

9:30 am 9:50 am (20 mins)

Keynotes

Less Talk, More Action: Opening Up about Security and just how this could hinder development in IoT

9:50 am 10:10 am (20 mins)

Keynotes

Ensuring your IoT Competitor Advantage with Augmented & Virtual Reality

10:10 am 10:40 am (30 mins)

Keynotes

PANEL: The Future is not just connected, it's Intelligent: Defining the Future of IoT today. Are we ready?

  • Overcoming security challenges to ensure these aren’t hindering future innovation 

  • How will AI revolutionize the Internet of Things? To what extent is this where the true value lies? 

  • Blockchain and IoT: Can Blockchain help secure and enhance IoT  

  • Emerging AR/VR: Creating new experiences with AR & VR  

  • Panelist Arlette Hart - CISO , FBI

10 am 10:20 am (20 mins)

IoT Developer Stage

Internet of Things and Augmented Reality Case Studies

  • Speaker Gaia Dempsey - VP and Co-Founder, DAQRI

10:20 am 10:40 am (20 mins)

IoT Developer Stage

Immersive environments and enhancing real-world activity: VR and AR

  • Virtual experience becomes the user's reality
  • 3-D audio surround sound, controllers allowing users to interact with the artificial world in an intuitive way
  • AR adds digital information/data on top of real-world experience
  • Pokémon Go

10:40 am 11:20 am (40 mins)

IoT Developer Stage

Panel: VR, AR, and MR: A trifecta for the ultimate digital experience

  • Users can see the real world (AR) as well as believable, virtual objects (VR)
  • MR (mixed reality) anchors virtual objects to a point in "real space"

11:20 am 12:30 pm (70 mins)

IoT Developer Stage

Prototyping: Understanding the process from initial design to end product, realities of bringing prototypes to the public

  • Moving through the design phases
  • Build and testing phases
  • Production and product launch
  • Need for developmental agility
  • Need for a quality, tested prototype
  • Quality production - working with product manufacturers

12:30 pm 1:40 pm (70 mins)

IoT Developer Stage

Developer Boot Camp - What they need to know about developing for the Internet of Things

  • Proper product development
  • Deep market understanding
  • Envisioning the future

1:40 pm 2 pm (20 mins)

IoT Developer Stage

Machine Learning and NLP (Natural Language Processing)

  • Prediction algorithms
  • Convex optimizations
  • Unifying logic and probability
  • Automatic summarization (financials), machine translation of human languages, question answering, speech recognition

2 pm 2:20 pm (20 mins)

IoT Developer Stage

Machine Intelligence at Google ScaleAgenda

  • What is Neural Network
  • Why is Deep Learning so important?
  • What are the challenges for introducing these technologies to production services?
  • Speaker Kaz Sato - Staff Developer Advocate on the Cloud Platform team, Google, Inc.

2:20 pm 3 pm (40 mins)

IoT Developer Stage

Panel: Hardware + Software + AI: The New Product Design Revolution

  • Connected product design and market success in the IoT Industry
  • Moderator Leona Hu Hudelson - Founder, CEO & Design Director, Airgora

2:50 pm 3:30 pm (40 mins)

IoT Developer Stage

Panel: Change is coming faster - Predictions for the next year

  • Open Source and Open Standard advances
  • UX, UI, and Design - where will the creativity show up next?
  • No limitations - how far will VR and AR have become incorporated in our lives?
  • Machine learning, AI, and Humanity - how seamlessly will we mesh?
  • Speaker Peter Rojas - Partner, Betaworks Ventures

10:30 am 11 am (30 mins)

Ecosystem Center Stage

Not-for-Profits and the Internet of Things

  • Organizations using new and unconventional methods to engage, gain supporters, and provide aid

11 am 11:40 am (40 mins)

Ecosystem Center Stage

Panel: Corporate/Charity philanthropic collaboration in the IoT world

  • Developing the IoT products and services that will in turn benefit cause-based initiatives
  • Moderator Chris Massot - Partner, Claro Partners

11:40 am 12 pm (20 mins)

Ecosystem Center Stage

Where is IoT lagging behind?

  • Local vs state vs federal - who makes the most of IoT technology?
  • Which industries are least prepared for their IoT future?

12 pm 12:40 pm (40 mins)

Ecosystem Center Stage

Panel: A big picture look at IoT 10 years in the future

  • What will our homes, cities, and schools look like?
  • How will Enterprises be functioning in an IoT World?

12:40 pm 1:40 pm (60 mins)

Ecosystem Center Stage

Networking Lunch

1:40 pm 1:55 pm (15 mins)

Ecosystem Center Stage

Showcase: Christine Robins, Char-Broil LLC

  • Speaker Christine Robins - Chief Executive Officer , Char-Broil LLC

1:55 pm 2:10 pm (15 mins)

Ecosystem Center Stage

Showcase: Andrew Thomas, SkyBell Technologies, Inc

  • Speaker Andrew Thomas - Co-Founder, Chief Revenue Officer, SkyBell Technologies, Inc.

2:10 pm 2:25 pm (15 mins)

Ecosystem Center Stage

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2:25 pm 2:40 pm (15 mins)

Ecosystem Center Stage

Showcase: Interested in pitching your product? Contact lisa.wittman@knect365.com

2:40 pm 3:05 pm (25 mins)

Ecosystem Center Stage

Hackathon Prize Giving

3:05 pm 3:30 pm (25 mins)

Ecosystem Center Stage

Kairos Awards

10:40 am 11:40 am (60 mins)

Main agenda

Networking Break & Expo Visit

11 am 12 pm (60 mins)

Co-located event: Connected & Autonomous Vehicles - Technical

Connected & Autonomous Vehicles - Technical

By purchasing an Internet of Things World conference pass you also get access to 2 Connected & Autonomous Vehicles tracks each day. Click here to view the agenda. If you would just like to attend the Connected & Autonomous Vehicles tracks then you can purchase a pass on the Connected & Autonomous Vehicles website.

11 am 12 pm (60 mins)

Co-located event: Connected & Autonomous Vehicles - Strategy & Product

Connected & Autonomous Vehicles - Strategy & Product

By purchasing an Internet of Things World conference pass you also get access to 2 Connected & Autonomous Vehicles tracks each day. Click here to view the agenda. If you would just like to attend the Connected & Autonomous Vehicles tracks then you can purchase a pass on the Connected & Autonomous Vehicles website.

11:30 am 11:40 am (10 mins)

Healthcare

Chairman's Opening

11:40 am 12 pm (20 mins)

Healthcare

Future of IoT – What does it all mean?

  • Looking at the challenges of overloading physicians with too much data, distracting them from patient care 
  • Keeping up with fast pace technological advancements 
  • Collaborating with companies, reaching precision in the process 
  • Big Data and Predictive Modeling to track assets in and out of hospital 
  • Preventive care

12 pm 12:40 pm (40 mins)

Healthcare

Panel: Moving Forward with Connected Health - In Hospitals and Remote care

  • Overcoming security challenges and DDos attacks

  • Improving privacy and standards 

  • Convincing management of value proposition of IoT 

  • Lack of interoperability, and the protection of patient's records

  • Panelist Joshua Liberman - Executive Director, Research, Development & Dissemination, Sutter Health
  • Panelist Kurt Erchinger - Sr. Director, Online Technology, Digital Engineering and Mobile Solutions, Walgreens

12:40 pm 1:40 pm (60 mins)

Healthcare

Networking Lunch

1:40 pm 2 pm (20 mins)

Healthcare

Case Study: Kaiser Permanente - Connected Healthcare in Practice

  • Showcasing how Kaiser Permanente is embracing connected technology to offer better patient care  

  • Remote Monitoring best practice 

  • Success stories 

  • Speaker Dr. Michael Swiernik - Leader, Medical Informatics, Southern CA Kaiser Permanente Medical Group

2 pm 2:20 pm (20 mins)

Healthcare

Transforming Patient Care through IoT

The data revolution and IoT are giving us unprecedented opportunities to transform healthcare – going from reactive to proactive and preventative as well as helping people stay healthy. But how do we move from point solutions to integrated solutions, and connect the dots with meaningful and relevant data? 

  • Speaker Liat Ben-Zur - Senior Vice-President, Digital Technology Leader, Philips

2:20 pm 2:40 pm (20 mins)

Healthcare

IoT Powering Connected Devices with AI - Cognitive Computing in Healthcare

  • Exploring surgical robotic systems to facilitate the infrastructure in hospitals
  • Convincing management of value proposition of IoT 

2:40 pm 3:20 pm (40 mins)

Healthcare

Panel: Revolutionizing methods for pharmaceuticals – the future of digital health

  • OEMs and distributors improving operations and lowering inventory costs 
  • Exploring “Smart Pill Bottles” improving medication adherence reminding patients to take medication 
  • FDA approved sensors, pills containing circuits, showing levels of medication 

3:20 pm 4:10 pm (50 mins)

Healthcare

Networking Break & Exhibition Visit

4:10 pm 4:30 pm (20 mins)

Healthcare

Use Case: Sutter Health – Transforming Healthcare Delivery from the Inside

  • R&D changing the methods of healthcare
  • Infrastructure to create interoperability
  • Data to data transformation
  • Speaker Joshua Liberman - Executive Director, Research, Development & Dissemination, Sutter Health

4:30 pm 4:50 pm (20 mins)

Healthcare

Creating safe and smart healthcare

  • Health monitoring for the elderly who live alone, improving quality of life
  • Utilizing smart devices and mobile apps to communicate from doctors from the home
  • Wearables – how will they facilitate the ability to capture health data?
  • Speaker Christian Rose - MD, UCSF Medical

4:50 pm 5:10 pm (20 mins)

Healthcare

Transforming the Patients Digital Experience in Health Care

  • Current state Healthcare and need for an integrated experience 
  • Bridging  the  real and the virtual world with sensors married with situational awareness
  • Real world roll out and Impact on adoption and patient engagement
  • Speaker Aditya Bhasin - VP of Software Development, Stanford Healthcare

5:10 pm 5:30 pm (20 mins)

Healthcare

The Gateway to Connected Health: How IoT Medical Devices are Revolutionizing Health Care Today

  • Wifi, Cellular, Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN), sensors and Bluetooth as considerations for selecting a technology for devices 

  • Exploring remote medicine and diagnostics connecting patients to doctors digitally 

  • Speaker Gianfranco Bonanome - Senior Director and IoT Consulting Practice Lead, Intelligent Product Solutions

11:30 am 11:40 am (10 mins)

Smart Cities

Chairman's Opening

11:40 am 12 pm (20 mins)

Smart Cities

Case Study: City Innovations for Smart Cities Challenge

  • Enabling a smarter city with a fiber network Highlighting Mobility, Sustainability and Public Safety Projects
  • Securing and justifying public sector spending
  • Effective partnership models: How to make it work? (Connected Visitors, citizens, sustainable transportation, smart logistics, Access to jobs)

12 pm 12:40 pm (40 mins)

Smart Cities

Panel: Developing Intelligent Public Transportation

  • Using big data, advanced analytics and machine learning to predict and prevent failures 

  • Moving toward autonomous transport in cities 

  • Effective partnership models: How to make it work? -Connected Visitors, citizens, sustainable transportation, smart logistics 

12:40 pm 1:40 pm (60 mins)

Smart Cities

Networking Lunch

1:40 pm 2 pm (20 mins)

Smart Cities

Creating more efficient buildings with IoT

  • Implementing connected systems in Buildings for Physical Security, Lighting Control and Fire Detection & Safety  
  • Enhancing Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) to optimize energy use 
  • Use cases: providing real-time billing information; reducing the number of workers needed to check meters  
  • Installing Smart Meters/systems in Commercial and Residential Buildings 
  • The Future of Free Wifi

2 pm 2:20 pm (20 mins)

Smart Cities

Exploring the roles of real estate in smart cities

  • Building cybersecurity
  • How do corporate and commercial real estate organizations overcome risk management issues?
  • Using effective strategies to create value for customers, and strengthen customer engagement

2:20 pm 2:40 pm (20 mins)

Smart Cities

Why Smart Grids are vital for the success of Smart Cities

  • Revolutionizing the Energy & Utility Business with Smart Grids
  • Why do we need the smart grid?
  • Showcasing real life examples in use today for how IoT will make grids smarter

2:40 pm 3:20 pm (40 mins)

Smart Cities

Panel: Future of Smart Buildings and City Infrastructure

3:20 pm 4:10 pm (50 mins)

Smart Cities

Networking Break & Exhibition Visit

4:10 pm 4:30 pm (20 mins)

Smart Cities

A Smart City is a city where people feel safe: Building Safer Cities by revolutionizing Public Safety

  • Transforming Public Safety with IoT
  • How can police, fire departments use data to offer safer environments?
  • Incentive policies and public funding, government focus
  • Speaker John Miri - Chief Administrative Officer, Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA)

4:30 pm 4:50 pm (20 mins)

Smart Cities

Case study: Best practice of Smart Cities Safety


  • Crime detecting sensor technology, surveillance technology and education systems
  • Using law enforcement to better safety procedures

4:50 pm 5:30 pm (40 mins)

Smart Cities

Panel: Maximizing Data whilst keeping Citizen Privacy at the forefront

  • Keeping Citizen Privacy at the forefront
  • Maintaining privacy and security
  • Communicating policies to the citizens, best practices for using consumer data
  • What are the limitations to what a Smart City is?
  • Offering personalized, improved services to citizens through more accurate data visualization
  • How can a city leverage Open Data, and turn data into insights?
  • Open Data Deployment: How do you choose a solution that best maps to your strategy?
  • Improving city services and transportation real time with data

11:30 am 11:40 am (10 mins)

Industrial

Chairman's Opening

11:40 am 12 pm (20 mins)

Industrial

Integrated Strategy of Deployment for Oil & Gas Companies

  • Managing costs, improving reliability optimizing operations and creating new value
  • Monitoring the reservoir with predictive maintenance
  • Minimizing production downtime and implementing sensors to utilize rig time
  • Managing resources through smart energy
  • Challenges for cost, expenses and value
  • Energy companies providing solutions allowing for predictive maintenance, assessing drilling risk, improving product delivery

12 pm 12:40 pm (40 mins)

Industrial

Panel: Extracting value from IoT in the Oil/Gas Industry

  • Looking at land for new drilling sites, improving business practices 
  • Data in devices used at an oil extraction site 
  • Drilling and production data 
  • Barriers to efficient executions
  • Moderator Joe Madden - Principal Analyst, Mobile Experts

12:40 pm 1:40 pm (60 mins)

Industrial

Networking Lunch

1:40 pm 2 pm (20 mins)

Industrial

Connecting the Farm to the Cloud - The Future of Farming and IoT

  • Integrating APIs, networks and sensors to track and predict weather for crops
  • Incorporating sensors, cloud computing, software, fertilizer measures and satellite images/cameras
  • Technologies guided by GPS for planting and fertilizing – getting more yields per acre to feed the world’s growing population
  • The future of water management and reducing pesticide use, creating sustainability

2 pm 2:20 pm (20 mins)

Industrial

Case Study: Making better vineyards with IoT Technologies

  • Sensor data from the vineyard environment collected and processed informing wine producers about grapes 
  • Looking at air and soil humidity, temperature and solar intensity as environmental factors 
  • Improving quality of wine through maximized output and optimized management 
  • Using apps/mobile network for real time remote access to the vineyard data

2:20 pm 2:40 pm (20 mins)

Industrial

Case Study: Transforming weather management with IoT

  • Exploring air and soil humidity, temperature and solar intensity as environmental factors
  • Predictive analytics for weather's impact on crops
  • Sensor data and alerts

2:40 pm 3:20 pm (40 mins)

Industrial

Panel: Addressing Needs and Increasing Efficiencies with Smart Agriculture

  • What are the challenges for smart agriculture?  
  • Dealing with water shortages, limited land availability 
  • Opportunities for IoT in a developing country
  • Ways to manage costs, while meeting the increasing consumption needs of the population 
  • Integrating APIs, networks and sensors to track and predict weather for crops 
  • Incorporating sensors, cloud computing, software, fertilizer measures and satellite images/cameras  
  • Technologies guided by GPS for planting and fertilizing – getting more yields per acre to feed the world’s growing population 
  • The business case - precision agriculture, water conservation and input costs and productivity
  • Justifying investments in IoT technology: is it worth it? 
  • Moving to the next stage…what would it take?
  • Panelist Vikas Choudhary - Senior Economist, World Bank - Agriculture Global Practice (GFADR)

3:20 pm 4:10 pm (50 mins)

Industrial

Networking Break & Exhibition Visit

4:10 pm 4:30 pm (20 mins)

Industrial

Building the Connected Mine – Leveraging big data and predictive analytics

  • Data security and processing platforms, device configuration
  • Solutions to improve their operating environments - Big Data Analytics for predictive maintenance to digital tailings monitoring for operational safety to ventilation controls to reduce costs and their energy footprint
  • Plant data base: solar and wind systems in the mining industry

4:30 pm 4:50 pm (20 mins)

Industrial

Case study: Creating safety within the mine and for workers

  • Finding value in sensor data
  • Renewable IoT implementations allowing workers to address problems with the mining machine, preventing unplanned outages (ABB’s GMDs)
  • Smart devices and mobile apps to manage worker output and create alerts, identifying potential system failures
  • Remote management

4:50 pm 5:30 pm (40 mins)

Industrial

Panel: Looking outward - Overcoming Mining Operational Challenges

  • ICT deployment and innovation: total ICT spending in the global mining sector projected to increase rapidly
  • Productivity issues and the cost of contraction, price and matching supply to demand
  • Future of Energy with renewables, mining power (Renewable energy and mining)
  • Solar power plants (PV, CPV, CSP, solar thermal, wind power plants)
  • Gaining value and creating smart business models

11:30 am 11:40 am (10 mins)

IoT Security

Chairman’s Opening

  • Dr. Raphael Yahalom - Affiliated Researcher, MIT

11:40 am 12 pm (20 mins)

IoT Security

A Multi-Layered Approach to IoT Security

  • Implementing Security from design/development level and maintaining it throughout lifecycle

12:40 pm 1:20 pm (40 mins)

IoT Security

Panel: Working together Towards a Trustworthy Internet of Things

- Taking a Proactive vs Reactive Approach to IoT Security

- How IT & OT can work together?

- A discussion around legal frameworks and regulation

- Healthcare Use Case:  An example of how a sensitive industry can still innovate and embrace IoT

  • Nick Merker - Partner Data Security and Privacy Practice Co-chair, Ice Miller
  • Austin O'Flynn - Senior Counsel for IT/IP, eCommerce, eDiscovery, Privacy and Data Security, Dignity Health
  • Harsh Kupwade Patil - Staff IOT Security Engineer, LG

12:40 pm 1:40 pm (60 mins)

IoT Security

Lunch

1:40 pm 2 pm (20 mins)

IoT Security

Designing and Implementing Secure IoT network infrastructure

  • Exploring frameworks to secure IoT
  • Ways to Future-proofing the Connected World
  • As IoT introduces physical and physiological risks IoT applications demand data security improvements
  • What to consider when choosing a cybersecurity solution provider?

2 pm 2:20 pm (20 mins)

IoT Security

Use Case: Internet of Things (IoT) in State Government, Why Do You Care?

This talk aims to introduce audience, both State Government personnel, and product/service providers to State Governments, to the Internet of Things, how they are being used in the State Government, challenges and opportunities to be the early adopters. And what you can do about it to gain a competitive advantage.

  1. How are IoT affecting State Government?
  2. The difference between Information Security and Network Security with respect to IoT!
  3. What are opportunities and Challenges for IoT in the State Government?
  4. Why do you care? (AKA How State Government and Industry can work together to take advantage of the Internet of Things)
  • Keson Khieu - Cyber Security Officer, State of California Government

2:20 pm 2:40 pm (20 mins)

IoT Security

Fighting DDoS attacks

  • How close are we to ending DDoS attacks permanently?
  • Weighing proactive cost against potential loss and deciding how much they are willing to risk
  • Defineing normality and Managing the load
  • Gaining better visibility in networks to better detect and correct attacks

2:40 pm 3:20 pm (40 mins)

IoT Security

Panel Use Cases: Exploring Cloud Security Solutions in Action and how they secure the modern day IoT

  • Showcasing the leading Cloud Security providers
  • Using Micro-segmentation to prevent large scale attacks
  • Exploring solutions for In-Depth Network Defense
  • Preventing Third-party vendors as gateway to their connected customers
  • Ways to prepare for ransomware attacks
  • Solving the problem of Shortage of skilled IT security workers

3:20 pm 4:10 pm (50 mins)

IoT Security

Networking Break & Exhibition Visit

4:10 pm 4:30 pm (20 mins)

IoT Security

Securing the Internet of Everything

  • Keeping firmware up to date 
  • Discovering multiple opportunities for malicious actors to manipulate the flow of information to and from network connected devices

4:30 pm 4:50 pm (20 mins)

IoT Security

Challenges and practical solutions for IoT security: Security risks of embedded systems

  • Oscar Garcia Morchon - Chief Scientist, Philips

4:50 pm 5:30 pm (40 mins)

IoT Security

Panel Use Cases: Design Method - The Only Way to do Security: Layered Security

  • Exploring the value of penetration testing 
  • How is vehicle and drone hardware secured?
  • Developing Multi-Device Security
  • Preventing Mobile phishing and ransomware, Using an infected mobile device to infiltrate nearby devices, Cross-platform attacks
  • Discussing secure boot, authentication, and integration with security management systems
  • Paul Jauregui - VP Marketing and IoT Business Lead, Praetorian

11:30 am 11:40 am (10 mins)

Blockchain 360

11.30-11.40 Chairman’s Opening

  • Moderator Susan Poole - Founder, Blockchain Advisory

11:40 am 12 pm (20 mins)

Blockchain 360

Blockchain for IoT – What is Blockchain and what are its potentials for IoT?

  • Exploring A Secure Model of IoT with Blockchain
  • Using Blockchain IoT applications to identify and govern our devices
  • Sharing IoT data in a secure private blockchain
  • Centralized networks will be difficult to establish in many industrial settings such as large farms, where IoT nodes will expand over wide areas with scarce connectivity gear. Blockchain technology will enable the creation of secure mesh networks, where IoT devices will interconnect in a reliable way while avoiding threats such as device spoofing and impersonation.

12 pm 12:40 pm (40 mins)

Blockchain 360

Panel Exploring Blockchain Initiatives across industries

  • Who are some of the most influential startups and initiatives?
  • How are they changing multiple verticals?
  • What are the collaboration potentials?
  • What are the use cases?

12:40 pm 1:40 pm (60 mins)

Blockchain 360

Lunch

1:40 pm 2 pm (20 mins)

Blockchain 360

Use Case: Exploring Blockchain for Business: Hyperledger

  • Exploring Business Blockchain Frameworks Hosted with Hyperledger

2:20 pm 2:40 pm (20 mins)

Blockchain 360

Use Case: Understanding Ethereum and its potential as IoT architecture

  • Exploring Ethereum: A Second-Generation Blockchain for the IoT

2:20 pm 2:40 pm (20 mins)

Blockchain 360

Use Case: Understanding Bitcoin and its role the in IoT payments and beyond

  • Is Bitcoin Is the Fuel We Need for the Industrial Internet of Things?

2:40 pm 3:20 pm (40 mins)

Blockchain 360

Panel Use Cases: Blockchain Disruptors across Industries: Media, Finance, Energy, Healthcare, Supply Chain

  • Meet Blockchain startups changing the media, payments, energy, healthcare, and supply chain industries
  • Zach LeBeau - CEO, SingularDTV
  • Igor Telyatnikov - COO, AlphaPoint
  • Raja Ramachandran - Managing Director, Product Development, R3CEV
  • Nick Gogerty - CEO & CoFounder, SolarCoin/ElectricChain
  • Christopher Altman - Astronaut, Director of the Board, NASA, Tau Zero Interstellar Spaceflight Foundation
  • Zaki Manian - Founder, Skuchain

3:20 pm 4:10 pm (50 mins)

Blockchain 360

Networking Break & Exhibition Visit

4:10 pm 4:30 pm (20 mins)

Blockchain 360

Blockchain for IoT: Decentralizing Networks; Lowering Costs; Improving Security and Simplifying Ecosystems

  • Exploring how blockchain benefits businisses
  • Instead of involving lots of humans in the transaction pipeline and paper processes that take days, weeks, or months to complete, huge volumes of transactions could be validated automatically

11:30 am 11:40 am (10 mins)

Smart Home

Chairman’s Opening

11:40 am 12 pm (20 mins)

Smart Home

Moving towards the Interoperable Connected Home Creating a seamless user experience and creating consumer value

  • Why interoperability holds the keys to the smart home
  • What advances have been achieved and what are on the horizon?
  • Is the lack of and requirement for INTEROPERABILITY at once the greatest barrier and opportunity for adoption of smart home technology and lifestyle?

12:40 pm 1:20 pm (40 mins)

Smart Home

Panel: Exploring Smart Home Platforms, Consolidation and Interoperability

  • How much is the “Platform War” going to hinder uptake of connected product in the home?
  •  The key to a smart home is a seamless experience but how can this be achieved?
  • It's No Longer About Platforms, But Simplicity
  • Ryan Ciovacco - President l Wally Labs & Connected Living, Sears Holdings Corporation
  • Neil Raggio - Senior Director of Home Control Business, Logitech

12:40 pm 1:40 pm (60 mins)

Smart Home

Lunch

1:40 pm 2 pm (20 mins)

Smart Home

Exploring a Complete Smart Home Package for a full Connected Living expereicne

  • is the connected everything, the ultimate smart home of the future?
  • How the connected self is going to change your home forever?

2 pm 2:20 pm (20 mins)

Smart Home

Future of Home Automation: Building a Smart Home Assistant

  • Is voice control is the future of home automation or will innovation come from somewhere else?
  • What Enhancements do consumers look for?

2:20 pm 2:40 pm (20 mins)

Smart Home

Let’s Talk and Listen: Voice recognition & NLP in smart home products

  • Advanced Natural Language Processing Tools
  • Exploring Cognitive Reasoning Platforms
  • Why Voice Control Alone Is Not Enough for the Smart Home?

2:40 pm 3:20 pm (40 mins)

Smart Home

Panel: What does the Future Home look like?

- Exploring the role of AI in shaping future connected lifestyles

- Do consumers want/need AI in the home? Convenience vs Creep

- How much will Voice lead the way in future technological developments?

- Is sound-based AI the future and how will this create a safer, more secure home?

3:20 pm 4:10 pm (50 mins)

Smart Home

Networking Break & Exhibition Visit

4:10 pm 4:30 pm (20 mins)

Smart Home

The Evolution is Now: The 2020 Smart Home

  • Nate Williams - Chief Revenue Officer, August

4:30 pm 4:50 pm (20 mins)

Smart Home

Achieving high performance in Smart Grid Management

  • Exploring smart meter data management systems
  • What's the best approach for utilities?
  • What technology to consider in the future of new home developments?

4:50 pm 5:30 pm (40 mins)

Smart Home

Panel Because I Said So

  • Voice vs Apps: Using voice as a device & application interface
  •  How much can voice control accelerate Smart Home adoption
  •  What are the limits, if any, to a product with this interface?
  • Jeff Patton - General Manager, Connected Home Products, GE Lighting

11:30 am 11:40 am (10 mins)

Sports & Entertainment

Chairman's Opening

11:40 am 12 pm (20 mins)

Sports & Entertainment

Connected Fitness – tracking and sharing goals and victories

12 pm 12:40 pm (40 mins)

Sports & Entertainment

Panel: Game changers - cognitive computing, data analytics to push athletes further

  • The Connected Athlete: How technology can enhance
  • Rejuvenating training programs with cutting edge technology
  • Gaining insights from collected data
  • Panelist Mounir Zok - Director of Technology & Innovation, United States Olympic Committee
  • Panelist Mickey Ferri - Chief Growth Officer, Enflux

12:40 pm 1:40 pm (60 mins)

Sports & Entertainment

Lunch

1:40 pm 2 pm (20 mins)

Sports & Entertainment

Mobile Connected Venues

  • Mobile IoT technology that can be set up in different locations: ex: bands on tour
  • Flexible technology that can be configured in multiple ways depending on the venue
  • Must be able to set up/take down in short order

2 pm 2:20 pm (20 mins)

Sports & Entertainment

Case Study: Collaborating with Carnival Corporation to design the OCEAN Medallion and on-ship sensor network

  • Panelist Vincent Ball - Vice President Product Innovation, Nytec

2:20 pm 2:40 pm (20 mins)

Sports & Entertainment

Safety, Productivity, Efficiency - logistics behind a well-connected venue

  • How IoT technologies enable operational & logistical efficiencies for event organizers
  • Speaker Ron Dearing, Jr. - Manager of Worldwide Technology, Systems & PMO for Worldwide Safety, Walt Disney Parks & Resorts

2:40 pm 3:20 pm (40 mins)

Sports & Entertainment

Panel: Developing the Ultimate Fan Experience

  • What do fans want or need to make going to events the ultimate thing?
  • What do they understand about the technology
  • What are they willing to pay for?
  • Moderator Keith Bruce - CEO & President, San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl Host Committee
  • Panelist Erik Watts - Senior Director, Technology, Pittsburgh Penguins
  • Panelist Mike Janes - VP, Engineering & Technology, Portland Trailblazers

3:20 pm 4:10 pm (50 mins)

Sports & Entertainment

Coffee Break

4:10 pm 4:30 pm (20 mins)

Sports & Entertainment

Participation, Consumption, and the Avidity of Fans

  • Building a relationship with sports through technology

4:30 pm 4:50 pm (20 mins)

Sports & Entertainment

Remote Spectating - live streaming sports, concerts, VR, etc

  • Creating an "I was there" feeling through live streaming
  • Courtside cameras bringing the game to VR wearers in the nosebleed seats

4:50 pm 5:30 pm (40 mins)

Sports & Entertainment

Panel: Multi-layered approach to the IoT future of sports and entertainment

  • The future of digital consumption and participation
  • Panelist Erik Watts - Senior Director, Technology, Pittsburgh Penguins
  • Panelist Mike Janes - VP, Engineering & Technology, Portland Trailblazers
  • Panelist John Coombs - Co-founder & CEO, Rover

11:30 am 11:40 am (10 mins)

IoT Architecture Symposium

Chairman's Opening

11:40 am 12 pm (20 mins)

IoT Architecture Symposium

Weather report: What is the current state of Cloud and how is it being utilized?

12 pm 12:40 pm (40 mins)

IoT Architecture Symposium

Panel: A few years into it all: strengths and weaknesses of Cloud

  • Applications, pros/cons for IoT
  • Panelist Hamid Montazeri - Director Software Engineering, Stanley Black & Decker

1:40 pm 2:40 pm (60 mins)

IoT Architecture Symposium

Lunch

1:40 pm 2 pm (20 mins)

IoT Architecture Symposium

Fog Computing in an IoT World - What you need to know

2 pm 2:20 pm (20 mins)

IoT Architecture Symposium

Challenges involved in integrating legacy devices successfully into the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

  • Speaker Suhas Joshi - Director, Enterprise Architecture and Honeywell Senior IT Fellow, Honeywell

2:20 pm 2:40 pm (20 mins)

IoT Architecture Symposium

What is the strategy for protecting privacy and data in Fog Computing?

  • Trust and Authentication, Network Security, Data Storage Security
  • "Rogue" nodes, access control, intrusion detection

2:40 pm 3:20 pm (40 mins)

IoT Architecture Symposium

Panel: Enterprise IoT Architecture & Integration - Big Data, Network, Devices

  • Panelist Phillip Miller - Director IT Infrastructure & Technical Engineering, Brooks Brothers, Inc.

3:20 pm 4:10 pm (50 mins)

IoT Architecture Symposium

Coffee Break

4:10 pm 4:30 pm (20 mins)

IoT Architecture Symposium

How Fog Computing is enhancing the value of Cloud

4:30 pm 4:50 pm (20 mins)

IoT Architecture Symposium

Data Analytics at the Edge using Fog Computing

  • Performing data analytics at the source of high-speed data
  • Moving results to the enterprise backend
  • Updating the data analytics algorithms remotely and dynamically
  • Speaker Kilton Hopkins - Co-Founder and Chief Executive , IOTRACKS

4:50 pm 5:30 pm (40 mins)

IoT Architecture Symposium

Panel:Edge to Core computing - Where are the analytics taking place?

  • How much is at the edge, how much moves to the Cloud?
  • Latency issues, data movement
  • Panelist David Nelson - Associate Technical Fellow & Chief Strategist for IoT / Cloud Computing, The Boeing Company