Day 1

20 October 2016

Developing & Tech in the IoT – Day 1

“What’s the best way to build “Internet of Things software” that could do anything from control home appliances remotely, to inform an aero-engine manufacturer that one of its engines somewhere in the world needs servicing, to gather meteorological data from sensors to produce a weather forecast? What skills are needed to do so? Where do you even begin?” – CIO.com

Day One of the Developing & Tech in the IoT agenda will explore the evolving technology available to developers looking to create IoT products and software. Reviewing platforms and frameworks for development, hardware and connectivity options and also the tools needed to create products and applications for the IoT.

09:30AM

Chair’s welcome and opening remarks

Bruce Sinclair

President

Iot-Inc

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. Bruce Sinclair, President, Iot-Inc

09:50AM

Keynote – Industrial Internet Consortium

Stan Schneider

Steering Committee

Industrial Internet Consortium

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. Stan Schneider, Steering Committee, Industrial Internet Consortium

10:20AM

Keynote Panel: The future of IoT development

Brian M. Huey

M2M & IoT Business Development – Smart Grid and Energy

Sprint

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Senior Representative, EEMBC

EEMBC

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Bruce Sinclair

President

Iot-Inc

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  • Landscaping the IOT ecosystem – What are growth forecasts for regional and worldwide markets? How fragmented is the market & how big is the entrance barrier? Which sectors are predicted to show the biggest growth and success?
  • What are the newest technologies, platforms and solutions that help achieve connectivity?
  • The importance of allowing interoperability of devices in the world of IoT and how far away are we from a universal standardisation? Discussing the implementation of open source and open standards
  • What opportunities does the IOT present for developers and how beneficial is the continuous growth for this particular industry?
  • Exploring key operational challenges in the Internet of Things market and how this might affect future growth and adoption

Moderated by: Bruce Sinclair, President, IoT-Inc

. Brian M. Huey, M2M & IoT Business Development – Smart Grid and Energy, Sprint
. Senior Representative, EEMBC, , EEMBC
. Bruce Sinclair, President, Iot-Inc

11:00AM

Meet the evolving demands and challenges of IoT development

  • As the challenges facing professional IoT developers and startups become increasingly varied, find out how through the process from proof of concept, to prototyping and meeting supply chain partners and taking your product into commercialisation.

11:30AM

Networking Break

12:00PM

Panel: Discovering the world of connectivity – Unlocking the promise of the IoT

Steve Hegenderfer

Bluetooth SIG Director, Developer Programs

Bluetooth

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Mike Vladimer

Innovation Strategy

Orange

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  • Exploring connectivity in the IoT in a world with heterogenous networks and potential restrictions of embedded devices
  • Advances in wireless connectivity enabling the IoT within industry and the home
  • Discovering the challenges that can potentially disrupt connectivity and how to solve those in the future – signalling, security, presence detection, power consumption, bandwidth
  • What connectivity-based solutions are currently available and what can they achieve?
  • The potential of country-wide dedicated IoT networks–are those to become the future of connectivity?
. Steve Hegenderfer, Bluetooth SIG Director, Developer Programs, Bluetooth
. Mike Vladimer, Innovation Strategy, Orange

12:45PM

Keynote: Business Disruptions with Robots, Drones and Algorithms

Sudha Jamthe

Mobile Business Leader & Stanford Instructor, IoT Author

Stanford University

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. Sudha Jamthe, Mobile Business Leader & Stanford Instructor, IoT Author, Stanford University

01:15PM

Networking Break

02:00PM

Platforms and integration tools for end-to-end development

  • Effectiveness of tools designed to compress the design-develop-deployment cycle
  • Level of flexibility provided
  • Potential to evolve and grow your product over time
  • What are the challenges that arise with using sensors and how to overcome them?
  • Discussing the significant growth of intelligent sensors with the influence of mobile devices and how this impacts developments

02:30PM

Panel : How do current LPWA development and deployment support overall operator network strategy

03:15PM

IOT Gateways: Unlock New Business Models at the Edge

04:00PM

Networking Break

04:15PM

Will there be an Internet of Things?

Chris Greer

Director of the Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems

NIST - National Institute of Standards and Technology

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With expectations for between 50 and 200 billion connected devices worldwide by 2020, the global Internet of Things market is predicted to expand at a compound annual growth rate of over 31%, exceeding $9T by the 2020 milestone. GE estimates the Industrial Internet could add $10-15T to global GDP over the next 20 years. Gartner predicts there will be 250 million connected vehicles on the road by 2020. Navigant predicts that the worldwide installed base of smart meters will grow from over 300 million today to more than 1 billion by 2022. IDC predicts that the wearable connected fitness device market will grow from 45 million units in 2015 to 126 million in 2019. And therein lies the challenge: will there be a globally interoperable Internet of Things (IoT) or will there be isolated Internets of Energy Things, of Transportation Things, of Health Things, and so on? With an estimated 40-60% of IoT value dependent on cross-sector and multi-infrastructure interoperability, this talk will focus on the potential for convergence around a global Internet of Things.

. Chris Greer, Director of the Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems, NIST - National Institute of Standards and Technology

04:50PM

Panel: Interoperability as the key to success

Donna Yasay

President

HomeGrid Forum

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Senior representative, OMA

Open Mobile Alliance

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Chris Greer

Director of the Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems

NIST - National Institute of Standards and Technology

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  • The role open APIs play to speed up innovation and achieve interface collaboration
  • In what way do vendors need to work together to achieve standardisation across different devices?
  • What are some exemplary open, international IoT standards that are especially useful in allowing interoperability between devices and what is it about these examples that make them especially effective?
  • What is the right level of standardization to enable interoperability without inhibiting innovation?
  • What are ways to enable interoperability to scale from device-to-device and application-to-application all the way to system-to-system, infrastructure-to-infrastructure, sector-to-sector, region-to-region, and above for a truly global IoT?

 

Moderated by: Chris Greer, Director of the Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems, NIST – National Institute of Standards and Technology

. Donna Yasay, President , HomeGrid Forum
. Senior representative, OMA, , Open Mobile Alliance
. Chris Greer, Director of the Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems, NIST - National Institute of Standards and Technology

05:30PM

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Day 2

21 October 2016

Developing & Tech in the IoT – Day 2

“The concept of IoT is simple: connect all the things to the Internet so that automation and decision processes are streamlined. Experts believe the possibilities yielded by IoT are bounded only by our imaginations”. – ADA Alliance

Day Two of the Developing & Tech in the IoT agenda will focus on real-life application of the IoT and the economics around this. Including session on start-up funding, user experience and design, marketing and showcasing innovations in the IoT space.

10:00AM

Chairs welcome and opening remarks

10:10AM

Case Study: Extracting business value from the Internet of Things

  • Examining new business models and unlocking their potential
  • How connectivity can help to transform businesses and their customers experiences
  • Tips for success in the IoT ecosystem

10:40AM

Panel: Creating a standards framework for IoT

  • What does the concept of standards really mean in the context of IoT?
  • How can the varied standards relevant to the area effectively be integrated for IoT solutions?
  • Can a verticalized approach to standards work?
  • How can Open Source approaches to both hardware and software accelerate market adoption?

 

Moderated by: Senior Representative, oneM2M

11:15AM

USEF – How working along a new common standard enhances value creation

12:00PM

Panel: Testing in the IoT ecosystem

  • What new approached need to be taken to testing software and hardware within the IoT environment?
  • How to move testing outside of the laboratory.
  • What actually needs to be tested? Connectivity, security, safety and reliability.
  • Discussion of real world examples of testing IoT devices and platforms, potential pitfalls and how to avoid them.

12:30PM

Panel: Developments in the Healthcare space – an explosion of new wearables, remote devices, sensors, and health solutions

  • How does innovative technology like smart wearables affect society when it comes to healthcare and what are the benefits?
  • Opportunities of connected devices to monitor health and the ability to capture and analyse data via wearables
  • The consumer’s active role in their own healthcare – how connected devices can improve activity levels and help users make wiser, healthier lifestyle choices
  • Which solutions are there? Case study examples

This panel is moderated by: Jacqui Taylor, Founder, CEO, FlyingBinary

01:00PM

Networking Break

01:30PM

Developing and launching an IoT product: An Investors Perspective

  • What challenges are there for IoT product development and how can they be overcome?
  • Understanding the route to market and stages in the start-up lifecycle for an IoT business
  • What are investors looking for in an IoT business
  • Success stories – what they got right, and why we chose to invest

02:00PM

Start-up Panel: Funding your way into the World of IoT

David Mount

Partner

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

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  • The start-up perspective to the Internet of Things – What are the most promising markets out there?
  • How to survive as a start-up in the World of IoT and turn your business into the next big thing
  • Discussing strategies to receive funding and running a successful crowd funding campaign
  • Assessing the investment climate of the Internet of Things and knowing who to invest in – what do investors and incubators look out for?
. David Mount, Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

02:45PM

IoT Start-up success stories

Be inspired! Hear from forward thinking companies and start ups, solving problems and creating innovative products in the IoT space.

03:10PM

Networking Break

03:30PM

Crafting the optimal IoT customer experience

Vivian Li

Co-Founder and VP of Business Development (Global Market)

Sensoro

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  • Determining when and how to apply connectivity within your product
  • Best use of sensors to create mutual benefit for brand and consumer through the customer journey
  • Use cases for customer experience in the internet of things
  • The importance of transparency and perception of privacy
. Vivian Li, Co-Founder and VP of Business Development (Global Market), Sensoro

04:00PM

Design Panel: Designing for the next generation of IoT devices

  • Discussing emerging standards in the IoT and what factors influence design decisions for IoT devices the most?
  • What are the building blocks for IoT design? What challenges do interaction designers and UX professionals face and how to overcome them
  • Innovative design to drive progress vs. differentiation in the market
  • Exploring methods for prototyping experience for connected products
  • Interusability in IoT design and ways to build a coherent UX – Tips and tricks for composition, consistency and continuity

04:30PM

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