Day 2

24 January 2017

Connected Living

“As the connected home market gains momentum, solutions will become increasingly sophisticated, creating more value for consumers and for suppliers”. – GSMA

The connected home forms one of the largest sectors within the IoT ecosystem with smart appliances, energy metres and connected cars accounting for the majority of usage. This session will cover the future of the connected home and connected car in terms of business opportunities, development and consumer adoption. The Connected Living track will explore the idea of a mobile first approach, the smart home, user experience and monetisation, as well as addressing ideas and concerns around security and consumer anxiety. Finally this session will also discuss the emerging use of IoT technology in public spaces.

09:30AM

Connected Living: Chair’s welcome and opening comments

Matthew Evans

Executive Director

Smarter UK & TechUK IoT programme

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Moderator: . Matthew Evans, Executive Director, Smarter UK & TechUK IoT programme

09:50AM

The car as a connected device and beyond: A Case Study by Ford

Scott Lyons

Connected Vehicle and Services

Ford

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  • Thinking of the car as more than a connected device but a platform for apps and services.
  • How connected car companies need to tackle the challenges facing urban mobility, moving towards the sharing economy and fleet based customers.
  • The role of partnerships within the connected car ecosystem, from start-ups to enterprises.
. Scott Lyons, Connected Vehicle and Services, Ford

10:20AM

Panel: The next generation of connected cars and mobility.

Pablo Tomasi

Lead Analyst, IoT and Connectivity Research Group

IHS Markit

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Scott Lyons

Connected Vehicle and Services

Ford

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  • Exploring the connected vehicle ecosystem in 2017 from self- driving cars to ADAS
  • Aims for a seamless customer experience and the obstacles to be overcome to provide this.
  • Visions of the more connected and autonomous future for vehicles and mobility.
Moderator: . Pablo Tomasi, Lead Analyst, IoT and Connectivity Research Group, IHS Markit
. Scott Lyons, Connected Vehicle and Services, Ford

11:00AM

Networking Break

11:30AM

Panel: Platforms, Smart Meters, Gateways & Hubs: Creating a seamless Connected Home ecosystem

Matthew Evans

Executive Director

Smarter UK & TechUK IoT programme

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Michael Jary

Director of Connected Homes

SSE plc

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Christian Deilmann

Managing Director

tado°

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Claire Maugham

Director of Policy and Communications

Smart Energy GB

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  • Discussing ways to overcome compatibility issues in this fragmented marketplace and ensuring a smooth integration and home setup for customers?
  • To what extent can Smart Meters for utilities form a central component of the connected home?
  • How do platforms such as the Apple HomeKit and Samsung Smart Things differ from and compete with Operator-led deployments?
  • What are the benefits of having a closed platform vs. an open platform that brings together developers, device makers and consumer?
Moderator: . Matthew Evans, Executive Director, Smarter UK & TechUK IoT programme
. Michael Jary, Director of Connected Homes, SSE plc
. Christian Deilmann, Managing Director, tado°
. Claire Maugham, Director of Policy and Communications, Smart Energy GB

12:10PM

Smart Lighting and Smart Buildings

  • What changes a building from simply being connected to being truly smart?
  • Discussions around how to use smart buildings and lighting to improve energy efficiency.
  • Lighting represents close to 30 percent of a commercial building’s electric load — roughly 10 percent of a building’s operating costs. Can smart lighting reduce costs?

12:40PM

Networking break

01:40PM

Afternoon Keynote panel: what does the connected home mean in 2017?

Lubna Dajani

Consultant

Independant

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Joseph Valente

Managing Director

Impra-Gas

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Julia Bonder-LeBerre

Senior Privacy & Data Protection Counsel

MasterCard Worldwide

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  • Discussing the current state of the industry and possibilities presented through connected things in homes- What are potential areas of market growth such as senior care support?
  • What are the newest developments: products, devices, technologies from home security to smart appliance management.
  • How to move your product into the mass market – what role does retail play here?
Moderator: . Lubna Dajani, Consultant, Independant
. Joseph Valente, Managing Director, Impra-Gas
. Julia Bonder-LeBerre, Senior Privacy & Data Protection Counsel, MasterCard Worldwide

02:20PM

Increase automatization in IoT networks

Frank Reusch

Project Manager

Lemonbeat

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  • Increase automation with intelligent devices in autonomous networks
  • Autonomous and semi-autonomous self-learning mechanisms
  • Practical experiences and operational challenges
  • Impact on upcoming standards in the area of IoT and Web of Things
  • Requirements for safety and privacy
. Frank Reusch, Project Manager, Lemonbeat

02:50PM

Game Changing technology for the Connected Stadium

  • How stadiums and venues can utilise IoT technology to improve the customer experience, giving VIP personalised services to everybody, from in seat food and merchandise delivery at the click of a button to directions to your seat.
  • Discussions of the technology required for this type of experience, from small cell, to stadium wide Wifi, plus use of Bluetooth beacons, NFC and smart payment systems.
  • What role the data gathered from this type of E12E connectivity can have on your business.

03:20PM

Panel: Connected Spaces – using the IoT in public

Florian Schiebl

Managing Director

Baimos Technologies GmbH

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Dr Oualid Ali

Associate Professor and Director of the Training and Smart Solutions Center (TSSC)

German University of Technology in Oman (GUtech)

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  • Connected Living is moving beyond the home and the car to connected spaces and events from stadiums and parks to festivals and educational campuses.
  • How technologies like smart phones, NFC, RFID and beacons are being utilised in this space for both public safety and maximising the customer experience.
. Florian Schiebl, Managing Director, Baimos Technologies GmbH
. Dr Oualid Ali, Associate Professor and Director of the Training and Smart Solutions Center (TSSC), German University of Technology in Oman (GUtech)

04:00PM

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