Day 2 - 14 November 2019

10:00AM

John David

CEO and Founder

Amnick Social Enterprise

Associated Talks:

10:00AM - Day 2

View Application of IoT – Consumer: Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

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Application of IoT – Consumer: Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

Hear from an industry leading analyst on the application of IoT for consumers in a connected world, with reference to the latest trends, insights and solutions for autonomous transportation, connected healthcare, consumer retail, smart cities and connectivity across industries.

. John David, CEO and Founder, Amnick Social Enterprise

10:20AM

John David

CEO and Founder

Amnick Social Enterprise

Associated Talks:

10:00AM - Day 2

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Doug Anderson

Senior Director ITS - Digital Strategy and Innovation

LA Metro

Associated Talks:

10:20AM - Day 2

View Panel: V2V Communication and Intelligent Transport Systems

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Zafer Sahinoglu

Vice President, Business Innovation

Mitsubishi Electric

Associated Talks:

10:20AM - Day 2

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Jason Davis

Deputy Director of Engineering and Operations

Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT)

Associated Talks:

10:20AM - Day 2

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Brian Hoeft

Freeway and Arterial Systems of Transportation (FAST) Director

Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada

Associated Talks:

10:20AM - Day 2

View Panel: V2V Communication and Intelligent Transport Systems

11:00AM - Day 2

View Disruption Junction, Re-defining our Function

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Panel: V2V Communication and Intelligent Transport Systems

  • What are the newest innovations for the intelligent transport systems and V2V market?
  • The benefits for this kind of IoT integration speak for themselves; reduced traffic, safer roads, streamlined traffic management etc., but is the connectivity there to enable it and is the cost worth the reward?
  • Are the current security systems for this technology robust enough to cope with the kind of responsibility that they would be undertaking & how will v2v technology providers be able to gain consumer trust in this technology?
Moderator: . John David, CEO and Founder, Amnick Social Enterprise
. Doug Anderson, Senior Director ITS - Digital Strategy and Innovation, LA Metro
. Zafer Sahinoglu, Vice President, Business Innovation, Mitsubishi Electric
. Jason Davis, Deputy Director of Engineering and Operations, Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT)
. Brian Hoeft, Freeway and Arterial Systems of Transportation (FAST) Director, Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada

11:00AM

Brian Hoeft

Freeway and Arterial Systems of Transportation (FAST) Director

Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada

Associated Talks:

10:20AM - Day 2

View Panel: V2V Communication and Intelligent Transport Systems

11:00AM - Day 2

View Disruption Junction, Re-defining our Function

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Disruption Junction, Re-defining our Function

Urban mobility, consumer expectations and technological capabilities are evolving at an extraordinary rate.  With that evolution, traditional transportation is being disrupted and Las Vegas is transforming how we traditionally move people, goods and services.

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) is integrating smart technology that accommodates the needs of all users to create a safer, more reliable and efficient transportation system.

We are embracing flexibility, leveraging technology and forging partnerships to develop mobility options focused on:

    • Connecting people to opportunities and services
    • Reducing congestion, improving mobility and enhancing safety.
    • Creating solutions from data driven insights
. Brian Hoeft, Freeway and Arterial Systems of Transportation (FAST) Director, Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada

11:30AM

Networking Break

11:50AM

Karthik Sankaran

Senior Director - Digital Services

Pepsico

Associated Talks:

11:50AM - Day 2

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Scaling IoT adoption

Digitization and latest developments in the internet of things (IoT) is blurring the lines between technology companies and other types of companies;  Digital disruption from new entrants are threatening margins for large corporations at an unprecedented scale. Several pioneering companies and early adopters have seen tremendous positive impact but adoption remains slow and limited in most industries. Most companies are still either at the start of the journey or unable to go beyond the pilot stage, where technology is deployed experimentally at reduced scale for an extended period due to lack of buy-in and  technical knowhow among the employees.

To maximize the potential gains in productivity brought by technology, companies must move from pilots to adopting technology at scale, across multiple production facilities and through relevant value chains. This IoT wave is more about empowering people than fitting within the existing enterprise patterns and practices. Organizations need to encourage their employees to adopt a “maker” mindset to  accelerate technology adoption  by inspiring them to both think of solutions and make them happen.

. Karthik Sankaran, Senior Director - Digital Services, Pepsico

12:20PM

Shane Walker

Senior Principal Analyst - Technology

IHS Markit

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Viktor Krantz

Senior Product Manager

HCL

Associated Talks:

12:20PM - Day 2

View Panel: Reshaping Healthcare with the IoT

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Thushara Urumbil

Director Technology Strategy

Optum, a United Health Group company

Associated Talks:

12:20PM - Day 2

View Panel: Reshaping Healthcare with the IoT

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Dirk Schapeler

VP Digital

Bayer

Associated Talks:

12:20PM - Day 2

View Panel: Reshaping Healthcare with the IoT

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Panel: Reshaping Healthcare with the IoT

As the application of IoT in the healthcare sector is expanding, it is key that businesses understand the current market and where to progress to stay relevant in an evolving eco-system. This panel session will look closer at:

  • What connectivity provider to use for your healthcare device?
  • Data management and security of sensitive insights
  • How smart devices aim to provide a more efficient healthcare system
  • What does the future of healthcare look like for consumers?
Moderator: . Shane Walker, Senior Principal Analyst - Technology, IHS Markit
. Viktor Krantz, Senior Product Manager, HCL
. Thushara Urumbil, Director Technology Strategy, Optum, a United Health Group company
. Dirk Schapeler, VP Digital, Bayer

01:00PM

Olabisi Boyle

Vice President, IoT Platforms

VISA

Associated Talks:

01:00PM - Day 2

View How is the Internet of Things being used in the Car, Retail, Home and Cities

02:30PM - Day 1

View Panel: Connectivity Considerations for IoT Solutions

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How is the Internet of Things being used in the Car, Retail, Home and Cities

  • How does the era of IoT change the relationship between retail stores and their shoppers? E.g through Smart mirrors, dressing rooms, supply chain management and individualised marketing?
  • Which tech is worth investing in, within this space?
  • Real life examples of how IoT is being used look across in-store experience. E.g. real-time marketing, enhanced loyalty programs, and mobile e-commerce
. Olabisi Boyle, Vice President, IoT Platforms, VISA

01:30PM

Networking Break

02:40PM

Adam Waldron

CIO

Farm Bureau Insurance

Associated Talks:

02:40PM - Day 2

View IoT enabled loss-prevention integrated with Insurance software platform

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IoT enabled loss-prevention integrated with Insurance software platform

Farm Bureau Insurance of Idaho has partnered with Samsung to prevent water losses in client homes using IoT and other emerging technologies. Farm Bureau integrated Samsung’s Smart Things into the world leading insurance management platform (Guidewire Insurance Suite). The integration allows farm bureau to verify the operational status of the devices and automatically provide policy discounts to customers. It also creates customer touch points for when device status or health changes.

. Adam Waldron, CIO, Farm Bureau Insurance

03:10PM

Tony Batalla

CTO & IT Director

City of San Leandro, California

Associated Talks:

03:10PM - Day 2

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Connectivity to Power the Smart City of the Future

From the wide-ranging array of connectivity solutions, which is going to be the one which is going to be integral to the future of smart cities? This talk will look at the Pro’s and Con’s of each within the city perspective

. Tony Batalla, CTO & IT Director, City of San Leandro, California

03:30PM

Mayor Eugene Grant

Seat Pleasant

City of Maryland

Associated Talks:

03:30PM - Day 2

View ‘Smaller’ Smart Cities as key players in a Connected World

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‘Smaller’ Smart Cities as key players in a Connected World

Small Cities are often neglected by large Smart City and technology vendors because they simply don’t have the resources of their larger sister cities. However, small cities are where the majority of Americans live as 80% of cities in the US have populations of 10,000 or less and 60% have populations of 5,000 or less, and these cities can also benefit from Smart City technologies. Mayor Eugene W. Grant will bring his unique perspective of a Mayor of a Small City that has successfully transformed into a Smart City, and he will share key strategies and techniques he employed to undertake this transformation.

. Mayor Eugene Grant, Seat Pleasant, City of Maryland

04:00PM

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