Day 1 - 17 March 2020
Applied IoT – Chairs Welcome & Opening Comments
This opening talk of the Applied IoT track will give a good overview of the market trends and it will give you an idea of what to expect from the day.
09:50AM - Day 1
New Wave: Smart Water Management for Rural Areas
This talk will look at how new measures are being considered (such as smart water management) to enable rural NHS hospitals and clinics to look to their own landscape to provide solutions to shortages.
Head of Energy Trading Services
10:20AM - Day 1
The Future of Decentralised Energy
How will the future of decentralised of energy look and who will be leading this move?
Fireside Chat: Barriers to adoption – what are the biggest challenges?
There are numerous barriers for energy companies to integrate IoT technology into it’s systems, examples of this include use of highly granular data, data protection and security, connection standards and products sold. In an industry that’s trying to develop and implement new technology, tensions from established operators are paramount, as new business models turn in favour of innovative technology and are data heavy. What is the solution to this divide and can IoT platforms help operators adopt and implement the new technology into their legacy equipment?
Keeping Control – IoT device management at scale
- From connected cars to constrained microcontrollers, device management is a key part of the IoT Ecosystem. How to ensure that these devices function correctly & securely when deployed
- What’s the solution for legacy devices?
- What is the impact of edge on this particular market?
- What are the ways in which IoT device management platforms offer lifecycle management capabilities?
IoT Testing at Scale
The sheer number of devices involved within the IoT make it especially vulnerable to hackers, and hence penetration testing has a growing role within the IoT security lifecycle. What do companies developing and utilising IoT technologies have to consider to protect their devices and data? This talk will discuss the challenges and opportunities in this field, with real life examples from enterprises.
Francisco Carranza Sierra
02:20PM - Day 1
Delivering the Crucial Low-carbon Future
To follow soon . . .
Don’t look now! Automotive Infotainment and Driver Distraction
To follow soon . . .
Panel: The Innovative and the Intelligent; What does the Future of Automotive look like?
- Connected cars have already developed so much since their inception, but how far do we still have to go?
- Thinking of the car as a device in its own right
- Connectivity considerations, and security roadblocks
- Adoption on a mass scale; what are the constraints and the time-line for deployment?
Realizing the IoT for Automotive Development
The IoT stands to innovate every facet of the way we live our lives and is moving from functionable to proactive and problem solving. As autonomous vehicles come to market, utilising the power of the IoT is more apparent then ever. How are automotive manufacturers ensuring that the potential of the IoT is realized?