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May 16
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8:50am - 9:10am 20 mins
Keynotes
Case Study: Creating "The Edge", The World's Smartest Building
  • Speaker Erik Ubels - Chief Technology Officer, OVG Real Estate
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"It knows where you live. It knows what car you drive. It knows who you’re meeting with today and how much sugar you take in your coffee. (At least it will, after the next software update.) This is the Edge, and it’s quite possibly the smartest office space ever constructed"  Bloomberg

This talk examines The Edge, in Amsterdam, as a case study in creating with world' smartest and greenest building, presented by the CTO of the developer of the building.


9:10am - 9:30am 20 mins
Keynotes
Connecting the Enterprise to Enhance Business Value
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  • What does it take to crate the most durable and trusted network for IoT?
  • Proving IoT  scale in often inhospitable environments that would disqualify most IoT solutions. 
  • Ensuring that networks of critical  IoT devices operate securely and reliably
  • Our field-proven solutions for critical infrastructure in smart cities, smart utilities and connected enterprises a
  • supporting the ecosystem of partners and developers 

Senior Representative, Silver Spring Networks

9:30am - 9:50am 20 mins
Keynotes
The Evolving Role of Payments in the Internet of Everything
  • Kiki Del Valle - SVP, Commerce for Every Device, Mastercard
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  • The world around is growing ever more connected, with interfaces and devices evolving rapidly. How will the role of payment evolve in an environment of voice interfaces, wearables, AI and connected devices?
  • How will this new environment enable new enterprise and ecosystem partnerships?
  • What new challenge fro trust and security will be created, and how should these be addressed?
9:50am - 10:10am 20 mins
Keynotes
IoT Analytics at the Edge
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Edge analytics are critical to the IoT. They not only move decision making to the edge, providing real-time actions, but they also help manage the networking problem by deciding what data to move past the edge, and what can remain, relieving network bandwidth issues.

this presentation examined how to  make IoT optimization and real-time decision making a reality.


10:10am - 10:40am 30 mins
Keynotes
Key Challenge Panel: Effective Integration of IT & OT in IoT Deployments
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In the Key Challenge Panel series, the IoT World Keynotes discuss some of the key issues affecting the effective widespread adoption of IoT.

One of the characteristic features of IoT deployments a scale is that they require close interworking of OT (operational technology) with IT. A  key challenge for many organizations will be management of IT/OT convergence projects because of inherent differences how their IT and OT groups see the problem and solution.

Benefits of IT/OT integration include reduced operating costs, shorter development time and common platforms, the extension policy and security across networks, and optimization of business processes

 But challenges include issues such as project ownership, communication between groups and with stakeholders, and adapting or harmonizing conflicting organization needs, process and policy into a single and common structure.

This panel discussing real market experience in bridging the IT/OT divide.

9:00am - 9:20am 20 mins
Co-Located Event: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Chairs Welcome and Opening Remarks
  • Eric Totaro - Senior Automotive Analyst, Euromonitor
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9:20am - 9:40am 20 mins
Co-Located Event: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
User Enterprise
  • Amer Akhtar - Head of XPT, XPT
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9:40am - 10:00am 20 mins
Co-Located Event: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Building Automotive Security From the Inside Out
  • Chuck Brokish - Director of Automotive Business Development, Green Hills Software
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Many cybersecurity techniques focus on securing the perimeter of critical computer systems, and recovering in the event of failure. In this talk we’ll take a new perspective on building safe and secure systems.

10:00am - 10:40am 40 mins
Co-Located Event: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Disrupt or Be Disrupted - Auto Tech Investment Panel
  • Moderator Anselm Adams - Director, Senior Portfolio Manager , PECA - Family Office
  • Panelist Dennis Liu - Associate Director – Global Strategy & Business Development, Ford Motor Company
  • Panelist Paul Asel - Managing Partner, NGP Capital
  • Panelist Anil Rachakonda - Connected Car - Smart Cities Initiative, Continental Inelligent Transportation Systems LLC
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11:40am - 12:00pm 20 mins
Co-Located Event: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Fireside Chat: The Ethics Behind AI
  • Moderator Scott Belcher - President & CEO, SFB Consulting
  • Panelist John Delaney - Congressman - Head of the AI Caucus (Officially Invited), US House of Representatives
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Join Scott Belcher, former CEO of both ITS America and the Telecommunications Industry Association, as he discusses the future of Artificial Intelligence with Congressman John Delaney (D-Md). Congressman Delaney is the Founder and Co-Chair of the U.S. House of Representatives Artificial Intelligence Caucus.

  • Understand the current activities in Congress and the AI Caucus to incentivize the proper use of Artificial Intelligence within the public and private spheres
  • Get to grips with how the United States government is making sure it remains in the forefront of the development and implications of this very important and disruptive technology
  • Grapple with how we can insure the proper and ethical use of Artificial intelligence making sure that individual privacy is protected
12:00pm - 12:20pm 20 mins
Co-Located Event: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Re-Defining Automotive Luxury
  • Francesco Zappacosta - Managing Director, Pagani Automobili
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Auto tech innovation usually trickled down from premium segments. Connected cars disrupted that model. Autonomy and shared mobility may catch out luxury OEMs again, unless they re-define themselves and their customer experience.

  • Understand the opportunities to transform automotive luxury beyond features and technologies, and into new experiences as part of the mobility world
  • Watch video interviews with premium and luxury car buyers, and what matters to them (and what doesn’t) when choosing a brand or model
  • Hear first-hand from the big names in the luxury auto market on their visions for future driving luxury
12:20pm - 12:40pm 20 mins
Co-Located Event: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Sense and Sensor-ability
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Sensor technology has grown exponentially over the last few years. But there is still a lot of fine tuning to be done.

  • The sensor showdown – compare and contrast the different attributes of sensor subsets (i.e. LIDAR, camera, radar, stereoscopic) to help you craft the perfect sensor suite
  • Smart vs Dumb: discuss the pros and cons of smart sensors (i.e. on-board analytics, merged with other smart sensors data) against dumb sensors (i.e. central processing)
  • Enhance sensor fusion with AI to create a complete picture around the vehicle. How can we bring all the data together from all the various sensors in the vehicle?
1:40pm - 2:00pm 20 mins
Co-Located Event: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Successfully Commercializing Connected Commercial Vehicles
  • Fredrik Callenryd - Head of Strategies & Product planning for Connected Services, Scania
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  • Get to grips with tow to successfully monetize a connected product and build a successful eco system around commercial vehicles
  • Discover the journey of one of the leading commercial OEMs from telematics for the selected few to services for all vehicle users
2:00pm - 2:20pm 20 mins
Co-Located Event: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Human and Machine Sharing the Wheel
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We are still far from level 5 autonomy but we are on the verge of humans and machine sharing the wheel with the machine. How can this be rolled out safely?

  • Debate the takeover time necessary for levels 3-4 automation when vehicle and human shares the control of the vehicle. Is it time to set standards?
  • Integrate algorithms and detect human awareness (i.e. facial recognition software)   to make sure the person is always aware and ready to take over when needs be
  • How much testing or how many miles is enough? Discuss the test centers capabilities and how to validate for every situation and circumstance
2:20pm - 3:00pm 40 mins
Co-Located Event: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Smart Cities and the Autonomous Vehicle
  • Moderator Mike Harrigan - Senior Program Manager, Prospect Silicon Valley
  • Panelist Ryan Snyder - Principal, Transpogroup
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4:20pm - 4:40pm 20 mins
Co-Located Event: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Insuring the Autonomous Car
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The technology for autonomous vehicles is being tested and on the verge of being ready. But the industry needs to set out the insurance roadmap before any car can hit the road.

  • Understand the autonomous vehicles and liability. Who will be liable for a crash of a full autonomous vehicle? The OEM, the insurance carrier or the consumer?
  • Discuss the grey area of liability during the level 3-4 of autonomy where human and machine share the wheel.
  • Don’t repair, replace: Get to grips with the complexity of repairs for automated vehicles (i.e. calibration of sensors) and how a culture of replacement is effecting the bottom line of insurers.
4:40pm - 5:00pm 20 mins
Co-Located Event: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Processing Power and Algorithms
  • Bhaskar Krishnamachari - Professor, Electrical Engineering, USC
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Autonomous vehicles (level 5) will produce a phenomenal amount of data. The industry needs to find the best ways of storing, processing and analyzing these data sets.

  • On Board vs Edge vs Cloud -Debate where the processing should happen and work out where each data sets need to be stored in order of importance
  • Develop algorithms to overcome distortion of perception for both inside(i.e. facial recognition) and outside the vehicle (i.e. overcoming weather distortion)
  • How can we reduce the cost of chips? Overcome the cost barrier by creating a cost effective chip sets which meets the needs of the autonomous vehicle
5:30pm - 6:30pm 60 mins
Co-Located Event: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles Networking Party
9:30am - 9:30am 0 mins
Industrial IoT
About this Track: Industrial IoT
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Industrial IoT 

The challenges and successes of Industrial IoT will be thoroughly addressed by an in depth two day track packed with end user case studies and technical insights. 

The first day of this track,  May 16th, focuses on the Industrial IoT Strategy, whilst the second day , May 17th, looks at the the Implementation and Operation of IoT in the industrial and manufacturing environment. 

Hear from experts representing Johnson & Johnson, Colgate Palmolive, Sigfox, Stanley Black & Decker and Lockheed Martin who will focus on the key themes of Industrial IoT: Capturing the value of Industrial IoT, Supply Chain Strategy and Business Models, the Digital Twin and Converging IT/OT to name a few.

11:40am - 12:00pm 20 mins
Industrial IoT
Making Sense of the IoT Platform Chaos
12:00pm - 12:40pm 40 mins
Industrial IoT
Panel: Capture the Value of Industrial IoT - Shaping the future for the Industrial Digital Revolution
  • Panelist Bret Evans - Sr. Director IT Supply Chain, Johnson & Johnson
  • Panelist John Hajdukiewicz - Director, User Experience, Honeywell
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  • Understand IoT projects and moving beyond proof of concept
  • Enhancing user experience and meeting the customer's needs with IoT
  • Ensure business are going to see the ROI on IoT for all industries 
  • How to innovate, pushing digital transformation initiatives forward while addressing short-term stakeholder’s interests
1:40pm - 2:00pm 20 mins
Industrial IoT
How New Technologies will impact your Supply Chain Strategy: AR, Blockchain, Beacons
  • Speaker Gary Binstock - Director of Technology - Strategic Innovation and Technology Alliances, Colgate-Palmolive
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  • How AR will be an emerging tool applied to warehousing
  • Managing the challenges of the supply chain’s scattered nature
  • Finding the right data platform to track assets
2:00pm - 2:20pm 20 mins
Industrial IoT
Fault Prediction with Vibration Monitoring
  • Speaker Vipin Bothra - Director, Market Development, STMicroelectronics, Inc.
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Fault Prediction (or Predictive Maintenance) reduces down time and maintenance costs;  increases safety and monitors equipment health.  Discussion will include:

  • Solutions for sensing, processing, connectivity and Security
  • HW/SW for evaluation boards, low level drivers, middle ware libraries, SW functional packs
  • Latest developments in MEMS based sensors, Arm Cortex based STM32s and connectivity.
2:20pm - 2:40pm 20 mins
Industrial IoT
Building on the Momentum: Creating a Smart and Connected Workplace with IoT
  • Speaker Aru Bala - President, Europe, Stanley Black & Decker
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  • Enhancing communication, productivity and outcomes in the workplace
  • Manage the educational solutions that facilitate IoT projects
  • How to map your value chain and optimize business and revenue with IoT
  • Companies have the digital transformation program and convinced of value…but how do we go about implementing this?
2:40pm - 3:00pm 20 mins
Industrial IoT
Harnessing IoT to Change the Game for Education and Learning
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  • Overcome barriers hindering the successful merging of IT and OT
  • Understand the value of goals for each of the roles within a company
  • Reaching interoperability and compatibility within industrial business services
  • Getting executive support for IoT and security initiatives
4:10pm - 4:30pm 20 mins
Industrial IoT
The Digital Thread and Industry 4.0
  • Speaker Dr. Don Kinard - Senior Fellow, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
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  • The Aerospace industry has utilized the digital thread to improve the design, manufacturing, and sustainment development processes and enable increased automation. 
  • More recently we have provided digital information directly to mechanics on the shop floor, as well as validating the as-designed to the as-built configuration.
  • The industry is now tying equipment to this digital thread to increase utilization and improve maintenance. 
  • Moreover, the burgeoning connections between the major IT systems (ERP, PLM, MES, etc.) is seen as a foundational element of Industry 4.0 transformation  -  the industrial revolution of data.  
4:30pm - 4:50pm 20 mins
Industrial IoT
Sensors to Smart Phones: The Rise of Digital Agriculture
  • Speaker Mark Young - Chief Technology Officer, The Climate Corporation
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Mark Young, CTO of The Climate Corporation, will explain the growth of digital agriculture and how connected equipment is starting to show up in large commercial farming operations (drones, sensors, farm robots) as well as in smallholder farming operations in developing nations. Then, given that IoT World 2018 falls within planting season for farmers, we can Skype in Kyler Laird, a next-level farmer that can share his insights on the value that continued, major IoT advancements and automation will have on farmers.

4:40pm - 5:00pm 20 mins
Industrial IoT
Tackle the threat: Approaching Security Concerns for Industrial IoT
9:30am - 9:30am 0 mins
Energy & Utilities
About this Track: Energy & Utilities
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The Energy & Utilities sector - the heart of the new economy - reached a new era, and with that new challenges and opportunities arise for IoT. Let's discuss: Changing Global and Federal Policies, Preparing for and Rebuilding after Natural Disasters or War Zones, Security, Blockchain, Renewable Energy, and Aging Legacy Systems just to name a few.  

The first day of this track,  May 16th, focuses on Strategy, while May 17th, looks at the the Implementation and Operation of the Energy & Utilities sector.

11:30am - 11:50am 20 mins
Energy & Utilities
Track Sponsor: Strengthening the Grid and Creating New Business Opportunities with IoT-Enabled Smart Meter Data Analysis
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Utility companies need to capture, transmit, analyze and store smart meter data in order to meet their business objectives associated with installing Advanced Metering Infrastructures. Better and more accurate data collection and analysis can help prevent revenue leakage (paying for energy not being used), incorrect billing, customer complaints and longer meter repair cycles

Energy big data management solutions help Utilities monitor their data in-motion from operated assets in real-time and compare that to deep historical analysis on past trends to better predict and plan facilities

What are the simple but revolutionary concepts implemented by utility providers?

What are the pay-for-performance programs that have the potential to shape energy efficiency?

12:40pm - 1:20pm 40 mins
Energy & Utilities
Panel: How Legislation, Policy and the Political Environment affect IoT Initiatives in the Energy/Utility Sectors
  • Karen Caraway - Internet of Things Community of Practice Leader, MITRE
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How are the new US administration’s policies affecting the energy and utility market?

How does new regulation effect IoT sensor, device, and network manufacturers?

What are the new revenue opportunities in the new era?

How will the proposed funding cuts, If approved, affect Department of Energy (DOE) programs including Resilient Distribution Systems, formerly Smart Grid Research and Development. Many in the electric utility and data systems industry are anticipating what these proposed changes will mean for the grid

Preparing for energy regulations through effective demand side management in order to balance new investment in ‘smart’ infrastructure

1:40pm - 2:00pm 20 mins
Energy & Utilities
End User: Blockchain and the Future of Decentralized Utility
  • Claire Curry - Head of Emerging Technology Analysis, Bloomberg New Energy Finance
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What are the key components in the platform end energy credit enabling IoT devices

How do sensors play a role in the wider ecosystem – connectivity

What are the peer-to-peer technical solutions to track and trace emissions?

How do we enable energy traders to react instantaneously to market opportunities, without exposing their organizations to undue legal or financial risk?

How do we improve forecasting, allows them to identify market irregularities, and helps detect fraudulent trading practices?

2:00pm - 2:20pm 20 mins
Energy & Utilities
Best Practices in Optimizing Network Infrastructure Management in Renewable Energy Storage Systems
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 How innovation in battery management and flexible and more user-friendly solar panels leads to mass adoption

Advanced and flexible data visualization for real-time and historical battery consumption monitoring

High Voltage Energy Storage solutions overview

What are the technology requirements that need to be solved to accelerate Metcalf’s law?

2:20pm - 2:40pm 20 mins
Energy & Utilities
AI & Predictive, Smart Customer Service via IoT and Big Data
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This session will focus on IoT can be used to optimize consumer consumption and power distribution demand-load, including:

How does IIoT contribute to decreased CAPEX costs related to energy management

How is sensor data information processed, calculated and acted upon in the cloud

Deploying smart meters to monitor consumer usage and adjust prices according to the time of day and season

Improving customer satisfaction with faster interaction, giving consumers more control of their energy usage to save money and reduce carbon emissions. Smart meters also give power consumption visibility all the way to the meter, so utilities can optimize energy distribution and take action to shift demand loads

Balancing the need for new financially focused data with demonstrating the link between investment and customer satisfaction

2:40pm - 3:00pm 20 mins
Energy & Utilities
End User: Smart sensors, network infrastructure, & Energy Management System’s Role in Connecting Rural Areas to Smart City Grid
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Benefits of Smart Meter usage applies to energy, as it does to water management, allowing customers and utilities to optimize usage based on insights

Using the data collected from Internet-enabled devices to help promote manufacturing principles of fuel efficient transportation

4:10pm - 4:30pm 20 mins
Energy & Utilities
End User: Modernizing Energy & Utilities: AI & ML revolution in producing, transmitting, and consuming energy
  • Joshua Gould - Utility of the Future, Con Edison
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  • Computing power, data collection, and storage capabilities scale exponentially
  • AI’ limiting power of the industry’s environmental impact
  • As three separate U.S. grids produce and transmit power under the mandate to provide low-cost, reliable energy as a public good
  • How to avoid and mitigate blackouts with AI
4:30pm - 4:50pm 20 mins
Energy & Utilities
End user: Actionable Natural Disaster: Connected devices and IoT for Improved Incident Response and Community Management
  • Nancy Ross - Internet of Things Line of Business Leader, MITRE
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How can legacy utility providers improve their incident response strategy of aging system infrastructure via IoT

Clustering algorithms help to determine the probability of where natural disaster would occur, and allows agencies to devise a set of recommendations for evacuation routes, resource staging, and the identification of locations for shelters along these routes

4:50pm - 5:10pm 20 mins
Energy & Utilities
End User: Stories from the Frontline of Disaster Relief: How IoT and Big Data Can Save Lives
  • Angie Gibson - Manager, Emergency Management and Public Safety, PG&E
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Leveraging Big Data to predict, prepare, and prevent incident response strategy

How can the public and corporations utilize sensor and IoT device data to assist in incident response

What are the opportunities for IoT vendors in rebuilding cities and communities

Leveraging Big Data to predict, prepare, and prevent

Importance of predict not just where the storm was likely to impact, but also coordinate with first responders and law enforcement

Real world examples from the Napa/Sonoma Fire and the Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief program contributions

9:30am - 9:30am 0 mins
Smart Cities
About this Track: Smart Cities
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The Smart Cities track will focus on moving from not only Smart but to Resilient; Hear from the leading cities who are implementing intelligent strategies and projects in every day life.

Day 1 will highlight cities such as San Francisco and Palo Alto that are diving into the right Smart Business Models , focusing on the challenges to build Smart Cities from the ground up. The audience will be able to engage with how data, regulations and standardization are key within IoT changing the Smart Cities Landscape.

11:40am - 12:00pm 20 mins
Smart Cities
Driving Smart City Deployment: Defining a Smart Cities Framework
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  • Who is creating the regulation and rules, how they are using citizen data
  • Transforming Communities with new strategic alliances
  • Developing sensors enabled networks
12:00pm - 12:40pm 40 mins
Smart Cities
Panel: Engaging in the Smart Cities Journey - from origination to execution
  • Moderator Andrew Watkins - President and COO, Marketplace.city
  • Panelist Michael Sherwood - Director of Technology and Innovation, City of Las Vegas
  • Panelist Jennifer Sanders - Executive Director, Dallas Innovation Alliance, City of Dallas
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  • How to coordinate silos and develop and overall Smart City plan for a community
  • Cities opening data and having the private sector bring in their data within the marketplace
  • Sustainability and resistance: connectivity between making a smart city and resilient economy when facing downturn – how cities can meet the bottom line for economic development
1:40pm - 2:00pm 20 mins
Smart Cities
City of San Francisco Case Study: Streamlining IT Procurement and Interoperability with IoT
  • Speaker Jay Nath - Chief Innovation Officer, Office of the Mayor, San Francisco
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  • Working with the private and public sector and creating meaningful value
  • Integrating corporate partners and start ups to build Smart Innovations
2:00pm - 2:20pm 20 mins
Smart Cities
Measuring the Evolution of Drivers for Smart Cities
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  • Identifying government best proactive
  • Having an organizational structure within a city with dedicated resources
  • Roles within the innovation office with technical confidence and experience so there return on investment
2:20pm - 2:40pm 20 mins
Smart Cities
Can Blockchain Technology Save Our Cities?
  • Speaker Jonathan Reichental - Chief Information Officer, City of Palo Alto, California
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  • Does technology hold the key to the future of our cities?
  • How might blockchain technology play a role?
  • What's the opportunity for all stakeholders?

2:40pm - 3:00pm 20 mins
Smart Cities
What is the role and value of Data with Smart Cities?
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  • What is the governing principal of data management (internally and externally between entities)
  • The power of 5G network, next generation mobile service
  • Broadband Strategy and Big data handling
  • Power in network carriers and corning fiber
4:10pm - 4:30pm 20 mins
Smart Cities
Integrating Autonomous Vehicles into a Multimodel Environment
  • Speaker Chris Mills - IT Lead | Technology Innovation Lead - Transportation, City of San Jose
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  • Gaining buy in from citizens for technology and data and overcoming privacy issues
  • Outreach, education and community engagement
  • Creating a standardized plan and a smart cities framework
4:30pm - 5:10pm 40 mins
Smart Cities
Beyond the Smart City – Building the First Connected Place in Greater Phoenix
  • Speaker Chris Richardson - AVP - IT Development, Arizona State University
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Do you want the benefits of your Smart City initiative to end at the border of your City? Come and learn how a bold vision, a path to bring people together from diverse backgrounds for civic collaboration (i.e. politicians, corporate business leaders, builders, architects, entrepreneurs, citizens, technologists, legal counsel…), and a nucleus of Arizona State University action showing a path towards implemented solutions are defining the Connected Place.Our region’s approach to connectivity extends beyond the fabric of our community. As a region, we’re on a relentless pursuit of innovation and technology companies here are committed to changing the game. To us, connectivity is about our region’s legacy businesses joining forces with emerging disruptors. It’s about our educational institutions working together to produce talent that is job ready and entrepreneurial in spirit. It’s about community organizations listening to our residents and responding in kind. It’s about the internet of things being THE thing in Greater Phoenix. We’re in this together.

4:40pm - 5:00pm 20 mins
Smart Cities
Creating the “Grid of the Future”: Shaping the Future of Smart Power
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  • Coordinating micro Smart Grids in cities
  • Enabling integration of renewables and production of clean energy
  • Allowing integration of new technology for urban areas, and helping citizens access energy data
9:31am - 9:31am 0 mins
Smart Home
About this Track: Smart Home
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Smart Home  

This is a two-day track presenting content around technical and strategic aspects in the Smart Home arena.

On Day 1 / May 16, the focus will be on smart speakers and the impact of voice control as well as the rise of subscription models in consumer adoption and will be featured through case studies and panel discussions from August Home, ADT, and NPR.

On Day 2 / May 17, emphasis will shift to case studies and panels featuring companies like Sears Holdings, Honeywell, and LG Electronics discussing the importance of security and data privacy concerns as well as how broadening the boundaries of 'home' will move the market forward.


11:30am - 11:40am 10 mins
Smart Home
Chairman's Opening Remarks
  • Speaker Ronan de Renesse - Practice Leader Consumer Technology, Ovum
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11:40am - 12:00pm 20 mins
Smart Home
UL Case Study
12:00pm - 12:40pm 40 mins
Smart Home
Panel: Voice Control and Voice Activation for Smart Homes
  • Moderator Ronan de Renesse - Practice Leader Consumer Technology, Ovum
  • Panelist Sean Newton - Applications Engineering Manager, STMicroelectronics, Inc
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  • How is voice activation being incorporated into and transforming homes?
  • What design considerations must be taken into account?
  • What is involved in securing voice-activated devices?
  • What are the roadblocks for natural language processing and voice recognition?
1:30pm - 1:50pm 20 mins
Smart Home
How In-home delivery is changing e-commerce & services
  • Speaker Herve Letourneur - Vice President Product, August Home
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  • Outsourcing your life in the smart home era
  • Is delivery the last barrier to e-commerce adoption?
  • Is in-home delivery safe?
  • Case study: In-home delivery results
  • The future of the smart home and unattended services
1:50pm - 2:10pm 20 mins
Smart Home
Bridging the chasm: reaching consumers beyond the 1% early DIY adopters of Smart Home Technology
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  • Broadening the average consumer's understanding of what Smart Home is
  • Developing technologies that address practical needs as well as lifestyle
2:20pm - 3:00pm 40 mins
Smart Home
Panel: The Power of Voice: The Impact of Smart Speakers on Consumer Behavior and the Smart Home
  • Moderator Meg Goldthwaite - Chief Marketing Officer, NPR
  • Panelist Tom Webster - Senior Vice President, Strategy and Marketing, Edison Research
  • Panelist Micah Collins - Director, Product Management - Home Hardware, Google
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  • Survey from NPR and Edison Research confirms rapid increases in ownership of voice-activated smart speakers
  • The devices open up the consumer to much broader market interaction than ever before
  • Interaction between consumers and the Smart Home market is becoming much more targeted and personalized through the use of smart speakers
3:00pm - 3:20pm 20 mins
Smart Home
Home automation and the human element
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Smart home systems need to be ready to go "off the shelf" by allow for individual customization.

3:40pm - 4:00pm 20 mins
Smart Home
Fireside Chat: The rise of subscription models for smart objects and connected devices in homes
  • Speaker Robin Stennet - Vice President, Emerging Markets Strategy, ADT Security
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  • The meaning of service in the DIY and device-centric world
  • Curating packages of interoperable devices for different price points, lifestyles, and needs
  • Managing Smart Home systems that adapt as lives and needs change
  • Servicing consumers’ existing devices versus helping them to grow their device ecosystem
  • Balancing business model evolution with consumer needs in areas like installation and tech support
4:00pm - 4:20pm 20 mins
Smart Home
Utilities as adoption leaders in the Internet of Things and Smart Homes
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  • How smart devices and meters can introduce homeowners to the advantages of the Internet of Things and Smart Homes
  • Utility companies provide homeowners with better resource management and provide accurate, real-time usage data to utilities and their customers
  • Utilities’ ability to move resource management forward through the Internet of Things
4:20pm - 5:00pm 40 mins
Smart Home
Panel: A seat at the table – Service Providers, Device Designers, and Consumers collaborating in the Internet of Things
  • Panelist Mariel Devesa - Head of Innovation, Farmers Insurance
  • Panelist Ryan Kim - CEO, Phyn
  • Panelist Brett Jurgens - Cofounder and CEO, Notion
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  • How do service providers, device designers, and consumers all make use of the data generated by smart devices?
  • How do all the players in the market make sure devices are offered that consumers actually want?
  • How can the information generated be made easily understood with clear actions for consumers to take to generate desired results?
  • The importance of trust – providing clear value to consumers who share device-generated information
9:32am - 9:32am 0 mins
Smart Construction
About this Track: Smart Construction
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Smart Construction

This is part of a 2-day track presenting case studies and panels discussing how the Internet of Things is already impacting the construction market and where it can take the industry.  

On May 16, content will be presented by companies such as Bosch Tool Corporation, PCL Construction Enterprises, Inc, Stanley Black & Decker, and McCarthy Building Companies and discuss subjects such the shift within the construction industry toward technology integration such as drones and automated data capture, how connected worksites are key to the future of the IoT within construction, and the top aspects to consider while adopting the IoT into the industry.

This track will segue into Smart Buildings on May 17.

11:30am - 11:40am 10 mins
Smart Construction
Chairman's Opening Remarks
11:40am - 12:00pm 20 mins
Smart Construction
Construction’s shift toward technology integration
  • Speaker Eli Share - Head of IoT and Mobile, Bosch Tool Corporation
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  • Current areas within the construction process ready to be disrupted by technology
  • Integration challenges for companies and jobsites
  • Current state of product/service solutions
  • Future outlook with key milestones to get improved construction efficiency
12:00pm - 12:40pm 40 mins
Smart Construction
Panel: Using IoT to streamline the construction process
  • Panelist Matthew Rosenberg - Founder + CEO, M-Rad Architecture
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  • Introducing new technologies that provide real-time visibility across all trades within the building project
  • Breaking the language barrier: new technologies and ways of doing things require new terminology to maintain smooth communication between the trades
  • How the Internet of Things and data capture can become the ultimate tools for managing worksites and tasks and improving safety and accuracy
1:40pm - 2:00pm 20 mins
Smart Construction
What connectivity means for the construction market
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  • Real-time, effective site management improving workflow, safety, and avoiding disputes
  • Supply chain: improving timing and accuracy for ordering, tracking, and receiving
  • ROI: cost savings through better project management and more precise equipment
2:00pm - 2:20pm 20 mins
Smart Construction
Increasing accessibility, efficiency, and accuracy, in any location
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  • Using unmanned equipment in remote or dangerous areas
  • RFID tracking of machinery and tools in remote locations
  • Using drones in any location to collect data for detailed, 3-D site maps that can be overlaid on architectural drawings
2:20pm - 2:40pm 20 mins
Smart Construction
The Connected Jobsite - Implementation Challenges and Opportunities in the Commercial Construction Industry
  • Speaker David Burns - Director of Innovation and Field Applications, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc
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  • A Day in the Life - A Future Vision of a Connected Jobsite
  • Key Challenges to Implementation - People, Processes, Technology
  • Strategies (or 'A Roadmap') for navigating IoT solution development
2:40pm - 3:00pm 20 mins
Smart Construction
Enhancing training and response through the augmented worker
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  • Windshield displays on large equipment, trucks, etc.
  • Accurate tracking of onsite workers
  • Access to manuals, instructions, managing step-by-step processes through displays on safety visors and wearables
4:00pm - 4:20pm 20 mins
Smart Construction
Drones in Construction: Automated Data Capture
  • Speaker Bill Bennington - National Quality Manager, PCL Construction Enterprises, Inc.
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  • Compare site conditions against design documents
  • Verify work in place
  • Track progress over time
4:20pm - 4:40pm 20 mins
Smart Construction
Case Study: Stanley Black & Decker
  • Speaker Hamid Montazeri - Director Software Engineering, Stanley Black & Decker
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4:40pm - 5:00pm 20 mins
Smart Construction
Case Study: Implementing AR & IoT into Construction
  • Speaker Cody Nowak - President, BIMworks
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9:32am - 9:32am 0 mins
Data Infrastructure: Edge Computing
About this Track : Data Infrastructure
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The Internet of Things concerns "data" as much as connected devices. The first day of the Data Infrastructure track will focus on Edge Computing and its role in driving and expanding IoT adoption.

Join us for a full day of panels, strategic discussions and real world case studies focusing on how leading enterprises are leveraging the edge in their IoT implementations from such leaders in the industry as Orange, Stanley Black & Decker, Western Digital, EdgeX Foundry, the OpenFog Consortium, and many more.


11:30am - 11:40am 10 mins
Data Infrastructure: Edge Computing
Chair's Opening Remarks
11:40am - 12:00pm 20 mins
Data Infrastructure: Edge Computing
IoT: Pushing Computing to the Edge
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  • Why companies are adopting edge? 
  • Advantages and business benefits 
  • Challenges 
  • Emerging use cases
12:00pm - 12:40pm 40 mins
Data Infrastructure: Edge Computing
Panel: How Edge Computing is Driving IoT Adoption
  • Panelist Christos Kolias - Senior Research Scientist, Orange
  • Panelist Hamid Montazeri - Director Software Engineering, Stanley Black & Decker
  • Panelist Matt Vasey - Secretary, OpenFog Consortium
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As the number of inter-connected devices grows, so does the mountains of data to mine and analyze. Transferring data to cloud for analysis means increased latency and cost: Edge computing shifts data to servers at the edge and onto the device, speeding up applications that require real-time analytics, enabling data-throttling and low latency to improve network efficiency, while reducing costs. Join us for a discussion of how edge computing is benefiting IoT initiatives in industrial IIoT, Healthcare, Energy and emerging technologies. Topics of discussion will include:

  • What’s the optimal balance between edge and central processing and how it varies depending on applications. 
  •  Real-world perspectives from industrial, healthcare, energy sector representatives 
  • A comparison of best-in-class edge computing platforms: Google IoT Cloud, Azure Edge IoT, AWS Greengrass, Cisco Kinetic 
  • Future state: Emerging use cases for edge computing
1:40pm - 2:00pm 20 mins
Data Infrastructure: Edge Computing
Real World Stories from the Industrial Edge
  • Ashton O'Toole - IoT Product Manager, Monsanto
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Join industrial IoT leaders for discussion of how edge computing is driving digital transformation at connected factories/plants. 

  • How to decide when to use core vs. edge processing 
  • Real-time data and analysis for improved production/predictive maintenance 
  • ROI: reducing costs and increase profit margins 
  • Security and privacy benefits 
  • Lessons learned and pitfalls to avoid in implementation
2:00pm - 2:20pm 20 mins
Data Infrastructure: Edge Computing
Security at the Edge of IoT
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  • Exponential growth of connected devices operating at the edge of the network requires new approach to security. Traditional security model no longer works. Need a security model for computing that distributes resources, services and data close to end users 
  • Security /latency requirement for mission critical systems. 
  • Examples from industrial control systems, connected vehicles etc. 
  • How to overcome bandwidth constraints for cloud-based security services.
2:20pm - 2:40pm 20 mins
Data Infrastructure: Edge Computing
IoT Context Versus Content: Strategies for Extracting Insights from a Data-Centric World
  • Christopher Bergey - Vice President of Embedded and Integrated Solutions, Western Digital
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As IoT kicks into high gear across industries, the ever-increasing volume and velocity of raw data being generated by all of the new connected things can at times seem overwhelming. IDC estimates that the amount of data created and copied annually will reach 180 Zettabytes in 2025, up from less than 10 Zettabytes in 2015. With machine learning, this abundance of data from constantly-streaming connected machines and sensors offers huge potential to provide intelligence and value that can improve operational efficiencies, foresee maintenance requirements, and deliver smarter and faster business decisions. But most of it will be somewhat wasteful, not that interesting, and certainly not worth saving for any extended periods of time. With zettabytes of data flowing through IoT systems, the question becomes: How do you wade through this ocean of data to extract the value and intelligence needed to operate in a data-centric world? 

This session will share strategies for understanding the difference in data between content and context in an IoT environment, and how to unlock the value of data through edge-to-cloud digital storage environments. As a data storage solutions leader, Western Digital Corporation is focused on creating environments for data to thrive wherever that data lives. Providing real-world examples, Vice President Christopher Bergey will explore how data-intensive applications across connected automotive, IIoT and smart surveillance can maximize the potential for Fast Data insights and critical real-time responsiveness at the edge and avoid Big Data paralysis.

2:40pm - 3:00pm 20 mins
Data Infrastructure: Edge Computing
IoT Analytics at the Edge
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  • Where should data analysis be done for IoT devices: Edge, Core or Cloud or all three? 
  • What are the different types of edge, core, and cloud analytics and use cases that utilize them?
  • Review of data management, integration tools and techniques that provide the foundation for IoT analytics success. 
  • How edge analytics helps to make real-time decisions and reduce data transfer costs through compression & cleansing. 
  • How edge helps to improve security and data continuity through local operations.
4:10pm - 4:30pm 20 mins
Data Infrastructure: Edge Computing
A Carrier's Perspective on Edge Computing
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  • What are the implications of edge computing for service providers? 
  • Business strategy around 5G 
  • Future architecture 
  • Roadmap and timeline for network carriers to fully adapt edge computing
4:30pm - 5:10pm 40 mins
Data Infrastructure: Edge Computing
Panel: Edge Interoperability & Ecosystem Collaboration
  • Panelist Philip DesAutels - Senior Director of IoT, The Linux Foundation
  • Panelist Matt Vasey - Secretary, OpenFog Consortium
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  • Rapidly evolving market means edge devices/technology being developed on multiple standard and platforms 
  • Issues with interoperability 
  • What are the roles of various standards bodies and how do they work together 
  • Creating flexible architecture to interoperate with various standards/frameworks
9:35am - 9:35am 0 mins
Leaders in IoT ( INVITE ONLY)
About LeadersIn IoT - the CxO only Executive Summit
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Invited Guests C Level and above are welcome to join these interactive and informal talks and roundtable discussions in a private setting. 

11:30am - 11:50am 20 mins
Leaders in IoT ( INVITE ONLY)
Device and Application Management IoT Platform
12:40pm - 1:20pm 40 mins
Leaders in IoT ( INVITE ONLY)
Panel Public & Private Partnerships
  • Bill Bryan - Acting Under Secretary, DHS Science and Technology
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  • Government's role in tech innovation – automotive, blockchain, security
  • how GOV is addressing problem sets and prioritizing investments to spur marketplace innovation
  • Start-up Academy Best Practice: Our Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP) will partner with target startups and discuss the process of doing business w/ GOV. Overview of business tools, how to apply, testimony from target startups who went through process
1:40pm - 2:00pm 20 mins
Leaders in IoT ( INVITE ONLY)
AI and Humanoid Robots
2:00pm - 2:20pm 20 mins
Leaders in IoT ( INVITE ONLY)
Security, Privacy & Incident response strategy
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  • What are the practical considerations for CIOs and CISOs when deciding how to integrate vendors
  • What are the strategies to eliminate potential single point of failure and catastrophic meltdowns
2:20pm - 2:40pm 20 mins
Leaders in IoT ( INVITE ONLY)
End user case study: Future of Mobile Payment in IoT devices
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  • What are the technology innovations that GAPPA implements and how does that impact the financial markets
  • How effective is fintech innovation really when disrupting legacy systems
2:40pm - 3:00pm 20 mins
Leaders in IoT ( INVITE ONLY)
Machine learning, AR and the future of IoT
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  • How will algorithms will be needed to keep up with the rising sums of data generated by devices
  • How should the industry expanding the scope of the IoT
  • How will we monetize machine generated data
4:10pm - 4:30pm 20 mins
Leaders in IoT ( INVITE ONLY)
End User CSR’s increasing role in the automated future to create an efficient global economy
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  • How can enterprises operate more efficiently, reduce waste and pollution and clean up the environment
  • What’s the role of IoT in technology evolution and economic empowerment
4:30pm - 4:50pm 20 mins
Leaders in IoT ( INVITE ONLY)
End User Blockchain for scaling and securing IoT
  • Jamie Smith - Global Chief Communications Officer, The Bitfury Group
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  • Role of open source software foundation is born to support the creation of a secure, scalable, interoperable, and trusted IoT ecosystem
  • How does IoT and blockchain accelerate the digitalization of products, assets, and machines for frictionless M2M and supply chain interactions
4:50pm - 5:10pm 20 mins
Leaders in IoT ( INVITE ONLY)
End User Women leadership and equality
9:40am - 9:40am 0 mins
Developers Conference
About: IoT World Developers' Conference
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New for 2018! We have combined the popular IoT Architecture Symposium and IoT Developer Stage from last year to bring you concentrated sessions on the technology needed to put IoT into action. 

The two track conference features in-depth technical sessions, real world case studies and interactive panels covering such topics as Build & Deploy, Architecture, Security, Data & AI and Networking & Connectivity. 

The speaker line up will draw from leading technical experts from both enterprises building and deploying IoT solutions and the market leaders and emerging startups developing the platforms and products needed to drive IoT device development. Learn from leaders from such companies as Google, Plantronics, Loop by Pillar, GridGain, GE Digital and more.

11:30am - 11:35am 5 mins
Developers Conference
Chair's Opening Remarks
11:35am - 12:05pm 30 mins
Developers Conference
Streamline and Speed Up IoT Device Software Development
12:10pm - 12:40pm 30 mins
Developers Conference
Zen and the Art of Predictive Maintenance
  • Gabe Weiss - Developer Advocate, Google
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Failing costs a lot. This is true across software, industrial manufacturing, medical care and more. But the question asks itself: How can we make production cheaper and safer by predicting failures before there's even a problem at all? Software development has compilers, unit tests, functional tests and logging/monitoring tools, but how can we guarantee the same levels of safety, especially when everything runs in production? This is particularly important given that failure in industrial or medical manufacturing may mean severe consequences, which can easily include death. We’ve reached a tipping point where computers, and more specifically, micro-controllers, have gotten powerful enough and small enough that they can be integrated into hardware to communicate when hardware shows signs of failure long before it fails. Connect these mini computers to more powerful machines or the Cloud and you’ve got a framework to prevent catastrophic failure. Come to this talk to learn the pieces involved and how to set them all up into a real world predictive maintenance framework.

1:40pm - 2:10pm 30 mins
Developers Conference
Embedded Systems Development Using Modern Software Practices
  • Kimberly Clavin - Engineer & Executive Consultant, Pillar Technology
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Ever see a cobweb and wonder how it was created so quickly?  Similar to that cobweb, embedded systems and resulting software are growing exponentially.  The advancement in hardware unleashed ample potential in software coding.  It is of utmost importance to ensure that code is of highest quality.  Lives depend on it.  A known challenge for autonomous vehicle development is system integration and validation techniques to ensure quality code.

Traditional product development stems from a physical hardware point of view then adds the software layer. With the tide changing with complexity, companies must drive development with software.  Companies with software in their core that are now moving towards product development in the physical world are able to accomplish speed to market faster than the spider that made that web.  How?  By driving development with modern software practices such as test driven development and continuous integration.  But how do we apply these practices in an embedded world?  

In this session we'll discuss how to use modern software practices within embedded systems development resulting in fast scalable embedded systems development and reduced cost, and happy developers.

  • Learn how to test drive an embedded component.
  • Learn how to mock out/simulate an unavailable component.
  • Learn how to apply Test Driven Development (TDD), Continuous Integration (CI) and Mocking to achieve a scalable software process on an embedded project.

2:10pm - 2:40pm 30 mins
Developers Conference
Build Complex Things, Simply
  • Ming Zhang - Co-founder and CEO, zGlue
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Why is making hardware so hard? First, the total time and cost to launch a differentiated product is prohibitively high because of expensive and iterative design, manufacturing and testing. Second, system form factors aren’t flexible -- connected things require richer features and/or smaller sizes. And finally, there’s unnecessary complexity in the manufacturing and component supply chain. Unlike software development, hardware design is slow, cumbersome, and not fun for designers. The result is continued proliferation of mass-produced, “one size fits all” solutions versus a wide range of cost effective solutions that support empowered individual choice.

The solution? The zGlue ZiPlet Store-- a unique platform where users can build complex things as simply as stacking blocks. The zGlue Integrated Platform (ZiP) simplifies designing and manufacturing devices for IoT systems by providing seamless integration of both hardware and software on a modular platform.

Using specific customer examples (ranging from BOE Technologies Group, a leading supplier of displays and intelligent interface products and services to several innovative start-ups), Zhang will explain how this new platform accelerates product development and helps customers to quickly develop differentiated prototypes, while also reducing time to market, cost, system form factor, and design complexity. The platform is suitable for both high-growth consumer and high-volume industrial markets.

2:40pm - 3:10pm 30 mins
Developers Conference
Design to Deploy: IoT Product from Inception to Production
4:00pm - 4:30pm 30 mins
Developers Conference
Containerization & microservices in the world of IoT
4:30pm - 5:00pm 30 mins
Developers Conference
Developer Case Study: Machine Learning + IoT
9:40am - 9:40am 0 mins
Developers Conference
About: IoT World Developers' Conference
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New for 2018! We have combined the popular IoT Architecture Symposium and IoT Developer Stage from last year to bring you concentrated sessions on the technology needed to put IoT into action. 

The two track conference features in-depth technical sessions, real world case studies and interactive panels covering such topics as Build & Deploy, Architecture, Security, Data & AI and Networking & Connectivity. 

The speaker line up will draw from leading technical experts from both enterprises building and deploying IoT solutions and the market leaders and emerging startups developing the platforms and products needed to drive IoT device development. Learn from leaders from such companies as Google, Plantronics, Loop by Pillar, GridGain, GE Digital and more.

11:00am - 11:05am 5 mins
Developers Conference
Chair's Opening Remarks
11:35am - 12:05pm 30 mins
Developers Conference
Security for Low Power, Low Complexity Devices
12:05pm - 12:35pm 30 mins
Developers Conference
Panel: Minimizing Cybersecurity Risk in IoT Development
1:40pm - 2:10pm 30 mins
Developers Conference
Automation & AI to improve IoT security
2:10pm - 2:40pm 30 mins
Developers Conference
PostgreSQL: Bringing Relational and Time-Series Data together at Scale
4:00pm - 4:30pm 30 mins
Developers Conference
Apache Spark and Apache Ignite: Where Fast Data Meets the IoT
  • Denis Magda - Director of Product Management, GridGain
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It is not enough to build a mesh of sensors or embedded devices to obtain more insights about the surrounding environment and optimize your production systems. Usually, your IoT solution needs to be capable of transferring enormous amounts of data to storage or the cloud where the data have to be processed further. Quite often, the processing of the endless streams of data has to be done in real-time so that you can react on the IoT subsystem's state accordingly.

This session will show attendees how to build a Fast Data solution that will receive endless streams from the IoT side and will be capable of processing the streams in real-time using Apache Ignite's cluster resources.

In particular, attendees will learn about data streaming to an Apache Ignite cluster from embedded devices and real-time data processing with Apache Spark.

4:30pm - 5:00pm 30 mins
Developers Conference
TensorFlow: Deep Learning Networks and IoT
10:00am - 11:30am 90 mins
Project Kairos Pitchoff (FREE TO ATTEND)
Pitchoff: Smart Cities & Transportation
11:30am - 1:00pm 90 mins
Project Kairos Pitchoff (FREE TO ATTEND)
Pitchoff: Enterprise Innovation & Digital Transformation
1:00pm - 2:30pm 90 mins
Project Kairos Pitchoff (FREE TO ATTEND)
Pitchoff: Consumer IoT - Smart Home, Healthcare, Wearables
2:30pm - 4:00pm 90 mins
Project Kairos Pitchoff (FREE TO ATTEND)
Pitchoff: AI & Machine Learning
10:00am - 10:20am 20 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Connected Healthcare: Devices and smart drug supply chain
10:20am - 10:40am 20 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Connected Healthcare: Opportunities in Monetizing Data
10:40am - 11:30am 50 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Morning Break
11:30am - 11:50am 20 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Supply chain: fleet management and interoperability
11:50am - 12:10pm 20 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Supply Chain: Sensor data management in international shipment
12:10pm - 12:30pm 20 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Supply Chain: enhancing device component security by authenticating supply chain elements
12:40pm - 1:40pm 60 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Lunch Break
1:40pm - 2:00pm 20 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Connected Cars Sessions
2:00pm - 2:20pm 20 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Transportation and IoT: Innovative solutions for the next generation of urbanization: Flying cars and more
2:20pm - 2:40pm 20 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Transportation & IoT: Innovations with IoT in Seaports and the Shipping
2:20pm - 2:40pm 20 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Payments and Banking: Cloud Solutions
2:40pm - 3:00pm 20 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Transportation & IoT: IoT in Aviation: Manufacturing efficient aircrafts, making sense of the data, managing air traffic control
3:10pm - 4:00pm 50 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Afternoon Break
4:00pm - 4:20pm 20 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Payments and Banking: Mobile Payments
4:40pm - 5:00pm 20 mins
Futurist Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Payments and Banking: IoT and device micro transactions
10:00am - 10:20am 20 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Innovation in Industry 4.0: Accelerating 5G deployment
10:20am - 10:40am 20 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Innovation in Industry 4.0: Future technologies in action
10:40am - 11:10am 30 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Morning Break Keynote by STMicroelectronics
11:10am - 11:40am 30 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Morning Break Keynote by TBA
11:30am - 11:50am 20 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Security & Privacy: Preparing for Quantum computing
11:50am - 12:10pm 20 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Security & Privacy: Practical Advice: IoT Security Breaches and How To Combat them
12:10pm - 12:30pm 20 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Security and Privacy: The Intersection of Consumer Protection and IoT
12:40pm - 1:10pm 30 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Lunch Break Keynote by Ericsson
1:10pm - 1:40pm 30 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Lunch Break Keynote TBA
1:40pm - 2:00pm 20 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Blockchain: Interoperability to support IoT transaction volume
2:00pm - 2:20pm 20 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Blockchain: How blockchain can solve the central point of failure in critical infrastructure
2:20pm - 2:40pm 20 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Blockchain: Working together to interface the blockchain and IoT ecosystems
2:40pm - 3:00pm 20 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Blockchain: IoT Use case in deployment
3:10pm - 3:40pm 30 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Afternoon Break Keynote 1 TBA
3:40pm - 4:10pm 30 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
Afternoon Break Keynote 2 TBA
4:00pm - 4:20pm 20 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
All Things IoT: The power of women as IoT adopters and influencers
4:20pm - 4:40pm 20 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
All Things IoT: Future of VR and content creation for mass market adoption
4:40pm - 5:00pm 20 mins
Ecosystem Center Stage ( FREE TO ATTEND)
All Things IoT: Global perspective of IoT development
12:40pm - 3:40pm 180 mins
Insider Session
STM32L4 IoT Discovery Kit Hands-On Training: Simplifying IoT Cloud Connectivity for Embedded Devices - Hands-on Workshop
  • Speaker Slim Jallouli - Microcontroller Applications Staff Engineer, Americas Region, STMicroelectronics, Inc.
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This hands-on workshop will use an STM32L4 IoT Discovery Kit to demonstrate how simple it is to connect to the Cloud and enable you to start exploring your own innovative ideas! The STM32L4 IoT Discovery Kit features an array of sensors, NFC and Wi-Fi to showcase cloud connectivity features.

The hands-on training is a working session – please bring your laptop either a Windows® Laptop (Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10) or MacBook running Windows (Parallels, VM Fusion, etc). Note: Administrator rights is needed for software and driver installation.

ST will provide the required STM32L4 IoT Discovery Kit and software.